Speaker: Daniel

#3 – ‘Emissary’ DS9 Pilot

This week your hosts fawn over their favorite (spoiler!) of the Star Trek pilot episodes, Deep Space Nine’s ‘Emissary.’ Joined again by guest TNG expert Daniel H. Johnson (who is a dab hand at DS9 as well), Patrick, Dan, and Jesse praise the tight writing, efficient world-building, and distinctive atmosphere present right from the start of what is arguably the best Star Trek series to date. Oh, we also discuss the sinister implications of a Federation justice system that does not include plea bargains, Miles O’Brien’s favorite transporter room, and the uncomfortable awkwardness of our new daddy fighting with our old daddy…

Join us for another earth-shattering, mind-blowing, soul-evaporating episode of It’s Got Star Trek! Allamaraine!

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#2 – ‘Encounter at Farpoint’ TNG Pilot

In this installment of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast, Patrick, Dan, and Jesse continue their quest to discuss all the Star Trek pilots with ‘Encounter at Farpoint,’ the episode that introduced the world to the gentle wisdom of Jean-Luc Picard, the aggressive charm of William Riker, and the understated sensuality that is a brace of space-faring jellyfish.  Your hosts are joined by one of the world’s foremost experts on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Daniel H. Johnson, and cover topics including Riker’s anti-android racism, Geordi’s condescending gesticulation, and John de Lancie’s oboist parents.  Also, what exactly was Groppler Zorn’s plan – did he honestly think this was all going to work out in his favor?  Anyway, this is a good one – go get it!

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0.053 It’s got the hots for Karl Urban, ruminations on Tarantino’s Star Trek, and a nasty case of testicular meningitis

In which a group of rusty podcasters records two hours worth of nonsense, with today’s presentation highlighting the bits that won’t be a total waste of our audience’s time (though that is perhaps a generous, and obviously biased, assertion).

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0.052 It’s got a radio prize mystery timeline, esoteric punk band auditions, and a special presentation of “Q&A with the Computer Boyz”

In which Dan recounts his days slinging tunes and japes on the radio with Ron and Fez, Daniel recounts the time he experienced “bassist at first sight,” and Jesse is amused by Daniel’s interrogation of Dan and Patrick’s first personal computer systems.

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0.051 It’s got a trip to Tangier Island, self-destructive inaction on climate change, and the unlooked-for moral hazards that accompany off-brand cell phone service

In which Daniel, Jesse, and Patrick describe Tangier Island to a curious and confused Dan, Mike is reluctant to correct a mis-delivered voicemail, and everyone is concerned about the grey goo. Also, Daniel keeps talking about wanting to commit arson for some reason. See Daniel’s video documenting our trip to Tangier.

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0.050 It’s got a Swiss Cake Roll conspiracy, consensual cheesecake, and Constable Odo’s sexuality

In which Patrick, Daniel, Jesse, and Dan veer from the childish to the absurd and back again in an uninformative, off-putting waste of 71 minutes. Dan is, however, wearing an amazing sweater.

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