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See How Far Brent Spiner Will Go For His Comeback In Fresh Hell Episode 4 April 29, 2011

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The fourth episode of Brent Spiner’s new webseries Fresh Hell went online today. Star Trek: The Next Generation’s “Brent Spiner” is trying to get past "the incident" and get a new agent, but things don’t go exactly as planned.


Brent Spiner tries to break the "robot box" in latest Fresh Hell (#4)

In episode 4 ("The Agent Meeting") of Fresh Hell "Brent Spiner" (played by Brent Spiner) meets a potential agent, but things don’t go exactly as planned. (Note this episode contains adult theme)

More Fresh Hell:


1. Harry Ballz - April 29, 2011

Is Spiner doing anything else these days?

2. Captain Dunsel - April 29, 2011

Harry – Of course not. He’s still poison.

3. Dee - lvs moon' surface - April 29, 2011

LOL… Ok… I’ll keep following it…

:-) :-)

4. Keachick - April 29, 2011

Brent Spiner was brilliant as Data, who is one of my favourite Trek characters.

5. Bobogiz - April 29, 2011

I think Brent should be in JJ Abrahms Star Trek Movie as B4. He’s still got it, yo.

6. Capes - April 29, 2011

I love Next Gen. I don’t give a crap about Brent Spiner. He was waaaaaaay over used in the movies which held the movies back. (In my humble opinion of course!) How may times and ways did we REALLY need to explore Data finding his humanity or another copy of himself ? I mean really? Really?

7. DJT - April 29, 2011

Too short.

8. MJ - April 29, 2011

This was the first one that kind of stunk, but I will keep tuning in.

9. Toonloon - April 30, 2011

I love Brent Spiner. He’s such a good actor. And that girl is really good too as a bimbo, although her fantastic figure does stop me watching her acting. Maybe smaller implants would be better if she wants to be taken seriously.

I preferred the original theme music, instead of the new one.

Love this. Some very funny stuff, mostly after he left the office.

10. captain_neill - April 30, 2011

Brent Spiner is one of my fav actors, he was fantastic as Data, who was one of my fav characters.

11. AuroraD - April 30, 2011

I’ve seen Brent Spiner on shows like Law and Order as the “criminal” of the week recently, although it’s been on reruns so I don’t know when the shows were originally aired.

There is one advantage to being a major Star Trek actor…the royalties on that gig alone can allow an actor to pursue the gigs that they want rather than following the Samuel Jackson approach of “I’ll say yes to anything.”

12. Hat Rick - April 30, 2011

Someone give Data a job! Er, I mean, Brent. Brent Spiner. (Big grin!)

I really liked the clip, and Mr. Spiner obviously has a decent sense of self-deprecating humor. Good stuff!

13. Captain Dunsel - April 30, 2011

One very interesting aspect of this format is that they are not tied to the “so many minutes for a teaser; credits this long; certain number of minutes to the first commercial break…” etc. etc. They can spend as much or as littlle time on a given story segment as makes sense for that segment.

It leads to some wildly inconsistent segment lengths, but that’s perfectly OK.

14. Rocket Scientist - April 30, 2011

Definitely enjoying this. Spiner’s definitely a talent that needs to be utilized more by “the industry”.

15. Tiberius III - April 30, 2011

Why doesn’t he just let her DO it already?!?

16. Anthony Thompson - May 1, 2011

These are fun. I wonder if they accurately portray the situation some of the actors face?

17. DS9 IN PRIME TIME - May 2, 2011

LOL i love this show! it is funny and witty. I think Spiner would make a great lawyer on “the good wife”

18. aDunbar - December 1, 2011

I’ve really been enjoying the episodes.

As Brent hinted, the “incident” could very well be Old Age. Once most actors reach a certain age (especially with women) they find it very hard to get good assignments. is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.