This week it’s just Q and Square talking Grammy’s and some other odds and ends from the entertainment world, including the preview release of Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-Ray, The reboot/re-imagining of the Green Arrow character for the new CW Series “Arrow” and more. So kick back and enjoy this episode.
Odds and Ends
So to start things off we talk a little Green Arrow and the CW’s new take on it with an upcoming TV series titled appropriately “Arrow”. The series is going to go a different direction than they did with Justin Hartley‘s “Oliver Queen” in fact it’s not being produced by the creators of Smallville or featuring any of the actors that were in Smallville (2001). Instead the producers of the Green Lantern (2011) (or as I called it the Green Lanturd awhile back by mistake) will be producing this new series. The show is going to be more Jason Bourne esquie and will star Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, Katie Cassidy as Dinah ‘Laurel’ Lance aka Black Canary and Susanna Thompson playing Moira Queen. Q and I agree this sounds good and are looking forward to seeing this new show.
Space the final frontier….
Recently I got my hands on the newly released Blu-Ray preview of what will sure to be a must have for “Star Trek: The Next Generation”fans. CBS/Paramount recently went into the vaults and masterfully begun the tedious process of restoring all of the TNG (The Next Generation) episodes and sound/audio/effects/etc for the shows anniversary this year. What I’m most impressed with is the quality of this 3 episode set including the Pilot, The award-winning and fan favorite “The Inner Light” and the 2-part “Sins of the Father”. I’d have to say this was well worth the $17 I spent. I’m looking forward to seeing more episodes later on this spring/summer from the remastered series.
Q had the opportunity to watch the Grammy awards and see the performances as well as the winners and losers. In fact I think Q is quite smitten with Adele and her vocal talents. I’d have to agree with this as she had me hooked with her previous album 19. This year she swept the Grammy’s with her new album 21 which you can find the review here. The show however had a more somber tone than most years as Whitney Houston died a day before the Grammy’s. Q talks about other musical acts as well as his thoughts on music in general.
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