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March 07, 2005

To boldly go where no man has watched television before.

Spike TV might offer to bail out the endangered Star Trek: Enterprise series.

Somebody care to tell me the difference between a show being off the air and a show being aired on Spike TV?

Posted by Dan at March 7, 2005 03:13 PM

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Ah, the network that brought us the animated classic "Stripperella" -- ditzy stripper by night, ditzy superheroine by uh... well, night (voiced by Pamela Anderson) and "Slamball" -- (nope, I just can't bring myself to actually type a description of this 'X'treme travesty).

Episode one of "Spike Trek: Enterprise" -- T'Pol, now inexplicably captain and played by Pamela Anderson, faces off against the Backstreet Squirrel Boys [Gone Wild], inexplicably played by N'Sync.

... not that I'm actually familiar with this "Spike TV" you mentioned, of course.

Posted by: Pete at March 7, 2005 08:44 PM

Somebody care to tell me the difference between a show being off the air and a show being aired on Spike TV?

More T&A, less SF. (Though Pete beat me to the punch, mine's snappier.)

Posted by: folkbum at March 7, 2005 09:15 PM

omebody care to tell me the difference between a show being off the air and a show being aired on Spike TV?

Commercials.

Posted by: Ara at March 8, 2005 06:39 AM

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