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Monthly Archives: February 2009
Episode 19 is posted along with a few new outtakes. We talk about the two part pilot for The Next Generation: The Encounter at Farpoint.
Listen, enjoy, and leave comments.
Last night I watched MTV Spoilers to see the “exclusive” content of the new Star Trek movie. I barely made it through the first 15 minutes I needed to wait to see the Star Trek stuff without killing myself. The bimbo 18 year old hostess of the show was painfully irritating and asked the audience and guests the most irrelevent and worthless questions MTV could come up with. I suppose that’s par with all the content on MTV.
When the Star Trek content finally came on, Zachary Quinto made a brief introduction, then we saw 2 behind the scene clips (each about 2 seconds long), then a bunch of footage that we already saw in the trailers only in a different order. Following the footage they interviewed a Star Trek alumni who was in the audience. Who was this alumni? Wil Wheaton of course. (Who looked like he might have showered sometime last week.) They went on to ask him a couple questions about the new movie of which there is no way he could possibly know the answers to.
Moral of the story is that as much as I love Star Trek, MTV is so painfully annoying that it was not worth sitting through that crap for the little footage that was shown.
Episode 18: Races of Trek 3 has been posted.
We have The Movie Examiner, Jason Roestel, as our guest and drink Rebel Bajorians.
Episode 17 is now available. In it we talk about The Cage/The Menagerie, a two part episode from the original series. The Cage was the original pilot, and The Menagerie is the two part episode where they basically watch the pilot in the episode.