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Special Issue #32 • ships from Dec 2 2004
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

Looking back on 2004,
and forward to 2005!

Including previews of...

• Boston Legal
• Charmed
• CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
• CSI: Miami
• Dead Like Me
• Desperate Housewives
• Joan of Arcadia
• Las Vegas
• Lost
• Scrubs
• Smallville
• Star Trek: Enterprise
• Without a Trace

Plus these features…

The year!Times Past Review of the Year
• We take a look back at the year Angel bit the dust, new Doctor Who was announced, Enterprise added 'Star Trek' to its name…

…and Smallville plied its trade in the world of damp teens

New LoisSmallville
• New Lois Lane Erica Durance tells us how she's approaching the classic character, what it's like encountering Tom Welling in the buff and why she's a different Lois

• Eric Szmanda explains how he improved his CSI profile by encouraging his character to get out. And with changes in Season 5, the sky's the limit for Greg Sanders…

• The latest gorgeous guest star to enter the lives of the Charmed Ones is Kerr Smith, who plays Kyle Brody, an FBI agent who seems to know an awful lot about the mighty evil power on the rise. We find out if he can be trusted

Star Trek: Enterprise
• Pity poor Anthony Montgomery. Now into a fourth year piloting the Enterprise while barely saying a word, he's staying positive. But, he admits, he has a few ideas on how he can be more involved this season…

• From Damon Lindelof and Alias creator JJ Abrams comes the story of a plane crash and its survivors, who are trapped on an island with strange creatures and other oddities. We spoke to genre veteran Emilie de Ravin about her life on the beach as Claire

• Star Sarah Chalke brings us into the surreal world of Sacred Heart Hospital, where her role as ditzy doctor Elliot Reid has so far required her to dress as a stripper, act alongside a whale and Michael J Fox – and occasionally take personal abuse

Joan of Arcadia
• Having been told her visions of God are hallucinations, Joan Girardi has been enjoying a spell in Crazy Camp. Now out and back at school, executive producer Stephen Nathan reveals what's next for the young girl

• After spending four years tending the needs of the Andromeda Ascendant, Seamus Harper has moved on to tending bar on Seefra-1. We ask Gordon Michael Woolvett what's brought on this odd career change

Dead Like Me
• Back soon for a second season, we tracked down Callum Blue to ask him about playing Grim Reaper Mason and if the role really requires him to show his bottom quite as often as he does. Apparently the answer's 'yes'

Images taken from this issue are copyright or courtesy of: Warner Bros, CBS

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2004. Not for reproduction

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