Captain Picard is beside himself. Join your cross-eyed hosts as they discuss this episode’s unusual use of near-time time travel, learn about the original ending that retroactively resolves a lot of loose plot threads, and rage about Riker’s supposed skill at cooking. Also, though we talk primarily about “Time Squared” there is perhaps more than expected discussion about My Three Sons, Martin, Three’s Company, Donna Reed, Three’s a Crowd, Babylon Five, The Ropers, Farscape, Deep Space Nine, Everybody Hates Chris, Enterprise, Mister Ed, and Star Trek: The Original Series.
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!
Next week: We dive right into our weekly coverage of Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 2 with a double-helping of animated discussion about “Strange Energies” and “Kayshon, His Eyes Open”
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