Nayr, Kavura, and guests, discuss the science fiction articles that were in Starlog magazine issues 19 & 20, originally published in 1979. Highlights: Lord of the Rings, Battlestar: Galactica, the awful Star Wars Holiday Special, and more!
In “Grandma’s Scratch Marks”, Katie and Kyle West review the third episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks’ second season, “We’ll Always Have Tom Paris”. They discuss the return of Star Trek: Voyager’s helmsman, M…
In this episode, Janine Engelbrecht chats about non-biological motherhood, and witches, in fantasy film. She focuses on Mary Poppins and Maleficent, as Great Mothers, and how feminism grapples with motherhood.
Parturition. Suzanne and Liam got the vapours during this episode as they started shipping Neelix and picked on Harry Kim’s inability to blow Tom’s clarinet. Grab your nearest bottle of glandular secretions, and take a listen!
In this episode, Janine Engelbrecht chats about Emperor Georgiou from Star Trek: Discovery once more. She explains what makes Georgiou an intersectional character, and what her character arc reveals about feminism.
In "There's Always One Evil Twin", Katie and Kyle review the second episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks season two, "Kayshon, His Eyes Open". Discover Kyle's shower scene kink, thoughts on how Boimler's return to Cerritos was handled, and much more!
In "Odo the 3D Printer," Kyle and Katie West discuss Lwaxana Troi's debut on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Katie's two bags of water, whilst reviewing The Next Generation's "Home Soil." Also, space horses, inappropriate songs, and kids football.
In the fifth episode of Beyond Farpoint, Baz and Geoff look at the career of writer / producer Ronald D Moore, the origins of his career on Star Trek: The Next Generation, focusing on several of his key episodes as a writer and his career beyond the show.
In "A Giant Cerritos Cookie," Katie and Kyle discuss "Strange Energies," the first episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks season two. Includes talk of rainbow vomit, the correct Klingon pronunciation of OMG!, taking a kick in the Ransom nuts, and more!