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.
In "French Revolution Pigs", Katie Harben and Kyle West discuss four episodes of the legacy Star Trek shows, picked from Voyager, and The Next Generation. What did Katie think of the return of Q? Did Dixon Hill get a thumbs up? That, and more!
In The Big D, Katie and Kyle finally come to blows about a plot point in a Star Trek episode. Also, Katie chooses her favourite version of Harry Mudd, talks about crew loyalty to Captain Picard, tries to stomach a Dr. Bashir episode, and more!
In this teaser episode, co-hosts Baz Greenland and Geoff Owen introduce themselves to each other, and to their listeners. They discuss what Beyond Farpoint - A Star Trek: The Next Generation Podcast will be, and then test each other's Trek fandom.
This week, Katie Harben's first-ever viewing of legacy Star Trek episodes leads her and Kyle West to discuss scantily clad runners, whether Trill hosts should be responsible for the actions of their predecessors, 30cm wormholes, and much more.
This week, Katie discusses a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode that she watched on her own, whilst Kyle confesses a big secret about his own solo viewing. All this, and more, including problematic writing in The Original Series' "The Enemy Within".