The Captain's Report

October 7, 2001 Santa Barbara, CA. Vol. 1 No. 4
The Captain's Report, a new feature of The Captain's Log, is a weekly newsletter bringing the latest news of the Seaview and her crew...

New Security
After a major review of the security measures aboard Seaview... and with the possibility of enemy agents and assorted aliens that are often aboard the Seaview... Admiral Nelson has announced a new security device has been installed for the safety of the entire crew... The Admiral words were well received when he announced... "We NOW have a lock on the circuitry room door"

Weekly Poll
This week's poll involves Cmdr. Morton. It seems that the word of his ability has reached some people very high in the Navy. Chip has received an offer to be the Captain of one of the newest nuclear subs, soon to be launched. He's interested in the offer, but he is also thinking of his shipmates aboard the Seaview and the many voyages still to come. He simply can't make a final decision... and needs "your" help. Should he take the offer ... or stay aboard the Seaview?

Your vote should be made by private email. Results to be included in next weeks Captain's Report.

Global Warming (part 4)
It's been reported that communication had been restored with the Seaview, but only for a few minutes. Admiral Nelson advised his staff at the Institute that they have found the cause of the undersea fissure. To avoid a worldwide panic, Nelson has ordered that the details of the findings be kept from the media. Further information as it becomes available.

The staff of the Captain's Report has received word on good authority from an unreliable source at the ABC television network, that twenty-five films that were scheduled for the fifth season of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea have been located. Discussions are now underway among the top brass at ABC to reinstate the series and release the found episodes. They realize that the series has gained more popularity over the years and feel the time is right to send the Seaview on many new missions.

Additional VCR Alert
Twilight Zone Probe 7---Over and Out Wed. 10/17/01 on The Sci-Fi Network. Richard Basehart plays a crash-landed space explorer who learns his home planet has been destroyed by nuclear war. Then outside his ship, he finds a footprint. Norda: Antoinette Bower. Blane: Barton Heyman. Larrabee: Harold Gould. Written by Rod Serling.

The Fly Saturday 10/13/01 on Cinemax, An experiment in teleportation tragically goes awry in director Kurt Neumann's 1958 sci-fi classic starring Al (David) Hedison.

Check local listings for times. .

Poll Results
Last weeks poll... your decision to allow the Captain to return you to shore to avoid possible dangers in a emergency mission. It seems that all the people who made a choice decided to "stay" on board. Everyone expressed their feeling of safety with the men of the Seaview

  • Stay 10 votes
  • Leave 0 votes

All on Sci-Fi Network

  • 10/08 No Episode Listed Today :-(
  • 10/09 THE MENFISH

Check local listings for times...

Reporters Wanted
Could use a little help here...

Reporters are being sought for future articles in the Captain's Report. Submissions can be made by private email. Stories can be fact... or pure fantasy... your choice. Please keep your articles between 50 to 100 words for consideration.


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