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April 12, 2007 | Mark Sachs
"SLOW BURN" is an appropriate film title, given the time it's taken getting into theaters -- the thriller opens Friday after originally being slated for release in 2005 -- but for Jolene Blalock, who plays a prosecutor opposite Ray Liotta, the timing couldn't be better. "It's just such a departure from what I'm known for," said the former space-alien scientist of the "Star Trek" prequel "Enterprise." "It just reminds me of all the things I still want to do.
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April 12, 2007 | Mark Sachs
"SLOW BURN" is an appropriate film title, given the time it's taken getting into theaters -- the thriller opens Friday after originally being slated for release in 2005 -- but for Jolene Blalock, who plays a prosecutor opposite Ray Liotta, the timing couldn't be better. "It's just such a departure from what I'm known for," said the former space-alien scientist of the "Star Trek" prequel "Enterprise." "It just reminds me of all the things I still want to do.
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January 27, 2009
'10 Items or Less': "The Monitor" column in Sunday Calendar, about the TBS sitcom "10 Items or Less," stated that Jolene Blalock was in the television series "Star Trek: The Next Generation." The actress starred in a "Star Trek" prequel series called "Enterprise."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 2002 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By almost any standard, the first year of "Enterprise's" mission to explore intergalactic cultures would have to be deemed a success. Well-written, boldly visualized and impeccably cast, it has become UPN's second-most-watched program, attracting an average weekly audience of 5.9 million viewers. Tonight's season finale (8 p.m.), however, is predicated on a threat to that mission.
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September 26, 2001 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
How many Klingons does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Never mind. All you need to know is there's a new Enterprise in prime time, this one going boldly where other TV starshippers have gone many times before. The newcomer arrives in a UPN series succeeding its "Star Trek: Voyager," which came after "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," which followed "Star Trek: The Next Generation," which was spun from Gene Roddenberry's "Star Trek."
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September 10, 2003 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
The war is on. When last we left the "Enterprise" crew, it was hurtling into the Bermuda Triangle of deep space, a gnarly zone called the Delphic Expanse, and preparing to battle the Xindi, an alien race supposedly so fierce it makes the Klingons look like Care Bears. With tonight's season 3 premiere (8 p.m., UPN), the protracted confrontation begins.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 21, 2003 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
"Enterprise" is about to blandly go where no show has gone before. In the Season 2 finale (8 p.m. UPN), the ship and its crew head to the brink of an outer-space Bermuda Triangle known as the Delphic Expanse, charting a course for war in an effort to rescue Earth, humanity and UPN's ratings. The episode promises a new plot line and loads of computer-generated pyrotechnics next season, but the show's usual hokey writing and uneasy acting clearly haven't changed a bit.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 16, 2007 | Mark Olsen, Special to The Times
Anyone who has ever wondered what became of the screenwriter for the Wesley Snipes potboilers "Murder at 1600" and "The Art of War" now has an answer, as Wayne Beach adds director to his resume with the equally unconvincing "Slow Burn." In a generic midsize city, a power-hungry district attorney running for mayor tries to quash the potential firestorm of his top prosecutor (also his girlfriend), having just killed a man. Things unravel quickly, and it soon seems that a plot to bring down the D.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 2000 | TOM SHALES, WASHINGTON POST
It's ironic that as a society we are armed with the most technologically advanced forms of communication ever devised by science and yet we sometimes employ them in the telling of tales that are thousands of years old. We're back sitting around a campfire and listening to stories of danger, magic and derring-do.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 25, 2009 | Jon Caramanica
Now in its third season, "10 Items or Less" (TBS, 11 p.m. Tuesday) is a modest sitcom, modestly drawn, and with modest ambitions. Its characters don't much grow from episode to episode. Its plotlines are sprightly riffs on contrived scenarios. Dialogue is improvised, which means it can be hit or miss.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2005 | Maria Elena Fernandez
FINALLY, September is here and the answers to last season's cliffhangers (well, a few) are coming. On Wisteria Lane, the "Desperate Housewives" will be more desperate than ever; far away in the South Pacific, the castaways of "Lost" will be more lost than ever; and in Miami, it will take more than a little nip-tucking to repair the damaged doctors of "Nip/Tuck." * Desperate Housewives Season premiere: Sunday, Sept. 25 (ABC, 9 p.m.
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