"Non-Sequitur" What better way to celebrate a boring episode, than with a guest! Liam and Suzanne are joined by Starfleet Boy (Sohail), as they talk about homosexual Pon Farr, the God that is Danny Byrd, and put on drunk offensive Italian accents.
Projections. What is real and what isn't real? Liam and Suzanne get very confused in this episode about their own show's premise! They also talk about Josh Holloway, BBC News, Neelix Grunting, and a long discussion about holodeck fluids... Again...
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!
Initiations. Liam and Suzanne venture behind the doors of Voyager's public bathroom just off of the Mess Hall and discover Voyager's take on playing Marco Polo. Grab some jalfrezi or baklava, and prepare yourself for a creepy Kazon kiss.
Andrew and Matt exchange places, as they look at "A Matter of Honor," a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode. They discuss Star Trek's lack of adventurous eaters, the best way to enjoy gagh, old school versus new school Klingons, and much more!
The 37s. Let Season 2 commence! Join Liam and Suzanne as they go through this incredibly convenient episode, where Janeway fangirls over A PERIOD E A R H A R T. Is this a Jane-Way? We also touch on anal probing, manure, and Dolly!
Kris Hill, Kyle West, and Perry Freeze discuss the show's namesake, Star Trek: Enterprise's season two finale, "The Expanse." This super episode packs a lot of thoughts and heart, as Kris and Perry discuss their memories of 9/11.
The Temporal Cold War continues, as Kris Hill and Kyle West review Future Tense, from Star Trek: Enterprise season two. They discuss everything from Doctor Who's TARDIS, to theories on who the pilot was, and connections to The Original Series.
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?