In the fourth episode of Beyond Farpoint, Geoff and Baz dive into Geoff's guilty pleasure episode, Genesis. They discuss the horror and entertainment of the episode, and dissect whether the science stands up.
Andrew and Matt talk about the classic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Yesterday's Enterprise". They discuss realistic warp times, the merits of killing Tasha Yar, grisly omissions from the final battle and much more!
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."
In this episode, Baz Greenland is joined by Star Trek fan, therapist and wife Gemma Greenland to discuss mental health in Star Trek, focusing on the depictions of social anxiety, loss, grief and trauma in specific The Next Generation episodes.
In "Cobra Kai Opaka," Katie Harben and Kyle West discuss four legacy episodes of Star Trek. Is Katie softening to Kira? Did Picard want to join Riker's sexual escapades? And, will Katie be a runaway bride at their upcoming wedding?
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!
In "Pull My Loop", Katie expresses more concerns about Captain Kirk's sexual behaviour with Janice Rand, and shares her thoughts on other Star Trek episodes. Also, Kyle reveals all from his encounter with an anti-lockdown protest earlier that day.
In episode two of Beyond Farpoint, Baz Greenland and Geoff Owen discuss recurring character Q, looking at John De Lancie’s performance, examining his appearances in Star Trek: The Next Generation and beyond, and muse on his return in Picard season two.
In "Let Me Kiss Your Sceptre," Katie comes up against her greatest Star Trek challenge yet: a Deep Space Nine episode focused on the Ferengi. Also, appreciation for Data's origins being revealed, and shock at Tuvok's behaviour. All this, and more.
In the first full episode of Beyond Farpoint, Baz Greenland and Geoff Owen discuss their love of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and the pilot episode Encounter at Farpoint, which debuted in 1987 and introduced the recurring entity known as Q.