In this review of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's "A Man Alone", Perry Freeze and David Wampler discuss cloning, and the unique perspective on Justice, as perceived by Odo. Also: Dolly the sheep, and the greater implications of widespread cloning.
In "Naughty Little Spock", Katie and Kyle West review Star Trek: The Original Series' The Menagerie, and Deep Space Nine's Dramatis Personae. Also, did Discovery season two add more layers and complexities to Captain Pike's journey in this TOS story?
In this episode of The Fire Caves, Perry Freeze and David Wampler review the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine premiere episode, "Emissary." Also features discussion of the cast, the relevance of the multiculturalism movement of the early 90s to DS9, and 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.
Vampires Stole Our Children features reviews of Star Trek's "If Wishes Were Horses," and "When the Bough Breaks," from Deep Space Nine and The Next Generation, respectively. Also, Kyle and Katie discuss heatwaves, social services, and more.
Neither Katie West, nor her husband Kyle, can make any sense of the absurd main plot of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's The Storyteller, in their episode review for "O'Brien's Technicolour Dreamcoat." Also, floating Chakotay energy, and a trip to A&E.
They got married! Katie and Kyle discuss their wedding day, and wearing a bride's outfit to a Mexican restaurant. Also, full reviews of three Star Trek episodes: "Heroes and Demons," "Progress," and "Too Short a Season."
Matt and Andrew treat each other with suspicion as they break down the DS9 episode "Whispers". They talk about disdain for Starfleet annual physicals, O'Brien's coffee addiction, DS9 pillaging the TNG prop dept and much more!