#203 – ‘The Q and the Grey’ Voyager S3E11

Captain Janeway receives a rather unlooked-for proposition from Q. Join your omnipotent hosts as they discuss the extremely male perspective of both the plot and humor in this episode, how even ostensibly progressive sci-fi often adheres to traditional and/or neoliberal gender roles in depictions of the future, and the curiously un-examined apotheosis of Tom Paris.

Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware!

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