Have you ever felt so lazy, you needed someone to do your talking for you? Get ready for the future, you just might need three. But, uh, don’t get too attached. Theo wishes this was a Geordi episode, Sara recognizes that Troi’s abilities makes us all disabled, and Kirby loves a good phaser-cooked skeleton dance. Continue reading
What’s this Star Wars Guy doing in Star Trek? Theo embraces the non-physical threat, Sara is not amused by Guinan’s amusement, and Kirby wants to know if its all a Shakespeare comedy rip-off. Continue reading
When podcasting the final frontier, always be recording. Theo wonders what Geordi needs with a magnifying glass, Sara can’t believe the holodeck is still eating people, and Kirby gets too involved in the online model sailed-ship community. Continue reading
Commander Sara exposes Ensign Theo to the mental gauntlet that is Star Trek Merchandising. Watch him cope with an affront to galactic good taste and Federation approved kitchen utensils.
Star Trek gets a little M.C. Escher as they explore a void of nothingness in space! Kirby is a Skeletor fan, Theo enjoys his first real red shirt death, and Sara likes asking reasonable-crazy science questions. Continue reading
We get our first glimpse at parenting in the future with The Child! Sara makes a declaration about 36 hour pregnancy leave, Kirby uses the phrase “voluntary birth”, Theo decides to focus on Guinan and a lot is made of a hairy chest. A strange white light invades the Enterprise and Troi has a miracle baby in a matter of hours. While the baby grows with incredible speed the enterprise struggles to keep a plasma plague from escaping and wreaking havoc. Continue reading
Just like the show, we’ve been renewed for Season Two! Here’s a brief logcast going over the journey so far and where we boldly go next.
It’s time for the thrilling season finale! Well, it’s the season finale at least. Sara is annoyed with the odd use of the word ancient, Theo thinks the Romulans would fit in with the Beatles, and Kirby wonders what small child was left behind in the supposedly empty pod. Continue reading
In this episode the future gets really gross. Sara finds even progressive utopian institutions rely heavily on the patriarchy, Kirby refers to the monsters of the episodes as “neck piglets”, Theo feels a sticky universe would be icky, and no one is shocked by the plot of an episode titled “Conspiracy”. Continue reading
The Star Trek TNG cast does Casablanca! Sort of. Sara laments the quickly forgotten Tasha Yar, Theo learns about binary star systems, and Kirby is unimpressed by a futuristic masturbatory accordion. Continue reading