Kris Hill and Kyle West discuss whether T'Pol's previous career, revealed in Star Trek: Enterprise's The Seventh, fits with what we know of her character. Was Menos a sympathetic villain? And, isn't it illogical for a Vulcan to remove painful memories?
Matt and Andrew get animated as they discuss the Lower Decks episode "No Small Parts". Topics include the episode's myriad of callbacks, Badgey's re-appearance, the intelligence level of the Pakleds and much more!
In this episode, Janine Engelbrecht looks at Cultural Feminism. She explains how Ellen Ripley, Sarah Connor and Captain Kathryn Janeway embody Cultural Feminism's ideals, especially regarding women's empowerment and motherhood.
Janine Engelbrecht provides a fun and light-hearted feminist analysis of Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon. She looks at how the movie perpetuates and subverts some female tropes, and considers whether it passes the Bechdel test or not.
In this episode of The Expanse - A Star Trek: Enterprise Podcast, Kris Hill and Kyle West have an in-depth discussion about the fourth original Star Trek: Enterprise novel, "Daedalus". Full book review, and more!
In this episode, Janine discusses the key premises of Second Wave Radical Feminism, and looks at how some Radical Feminist ideals are embraced by Ellen Ripley from Alien, Sarah Connor from The Terminator, and Kathryn Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager.
Katie and Kyle look at three new episodes of Star Trek, this time focusing on Deep Space Nine and Voyager. This week, they're discussing DS9's Captive Pursuit and Q-Less, with a Janeway filling in the middle: Voyager's The Cloud.
Put on your best Victorian outfit, grab a bowl of garlic soup, some sweet tea and join Liam and Suzanne as they analyze our dear Captain's decisions in 'Cathexis.' Beware, they are giving out half points again!
Andrew and Matt shore up their deuterium supplies and review the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Marauders". They talk about uncharacteristic Klingons, the lack of booby traps, best one-off Starfleet uniforms and more!