The Augments storyline continues, as Kris Hill and Kyle West review Cold Station 12, the second part of the story arc. They discuss the relationship between Malik and Soong, the death of Udar, the effectiveness of the cliffhanger, and more.
Andrew and Matt go on a wild goose chase as they discuss the Deep Space Nine episode In Purgatory's Shadow. They talk about Klingon copyright laws, Ziyal's Seinfeld connection, the episode's shocking reveals and much more!
In this episode Janine Engelbrecht talks about the famous video game heroine, Lara Croft. She discusses the old version of Lara Croft, and addresses the question we have all asked ourselves: Is she a feminist icon, or is she a sexist fantasy?
Kyle and Kris discuss the first episode in the Augments arc from Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season. They talk about Brent Spiner's acting, professional wrestling (then and now!), and include droplets from other Star Trek shows along the way.
Wonder Woman has been heralded as a feminist character by many, but how feminist is she really? In this week's episode, Janine Engelbrecht looks at a brief history of Wonder Woman, and discusses her representation in Zack Snyder's Justice League.
In this teaser episode, co-hosts Baz Greenland and Geoff Owen introduce themselves to each other, and to their listeners. They discuss what Beyond Farpoint - A Star Trek: The Next Generation Podcast will be, and then test each other's Trek fandom.
This week, Katie Harben's first-ever viewing of legacy Star Trek episodes leads her and Kyle West to discuss scantily clad runners, whether Trill hosts should be responsible for the actions of their predecessors, 30cm wormholes, and much more.
"Faces." Join Liam and Suzanne as they look at Janeway's decisions in this B'Elanna centric episode. We also talk about a little known unfortunate side effect of the Phage, a little bit about Prodigy, and also… tax? Did we get a Jane-Way this time?
Nayr, Kavura and their guests discuss the science fiction articles that were in Starlog magazine issues 9 and 10, originally published in 1977. Highlights: Space Academy, Wonder Woman, Saturday Morning Cartoons, and more!