Tag: captain janeway

#228 – ‘Death Wish’ Voyager S2E18

Captain Janeway has to untangle an improbable moral dilemma involving Tuvok. Join your life-affirming hosts as they discuss the differences in Q-episode vibes between TNG and Voyager, the many interesting philosophical and moral questions this episode raises (and those it does not fully explore), and of course Dan plays each of the characters saying the word “suicide” so often as to render the word aurally meaningless.

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

Next week: Dan’s algorithm will tell the tale. Or, more accurately, will tell us which episode we’ll be watching. Check the website or our social media to find out what it will be! Hint: it’s probably going to be a TOS episode.

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#223 – ‘Random Thoughts’ Voyager S4E10

Neelix is stinky and B’Elanna gets arrested. Join your telepathically-sensitive hosts as they discuss clever analogies to censorship and drug prohibition, Seven of Nine’s astute observations, and the bizarrely cavalier attitude Janeway has towards getting her thoughts recorded by goofy aliens.

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

Next week: Dan’s podcast-topic-selecting algorithm will generate something truly exasperating for us to discuss!

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#216 – ‘Cold Fire’ Voyager S2E10

Kes continues to show poor judgment in men. Join your subspace worm-like hosts as they discuss clever sci-fi concepts and interesting philosophical quandaries muddled by meandering execution, disjointed tonality, and bizarre plot choices. Also some discussion about Sally Struthers.

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

Next week: We give Dan’s algorithm a holiday break and instead have manually selected two episodes from Star Trek: The Animated Series’ second season, ‘Bem’ and ‘The Practical Joker’

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#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!

Next week: We utilize Dan’s patent-pending bespoke podcast-topic-selecting-algorithm. Keep an eye on our social media and/or website to discover what episode we’ll be discussing!

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#185 – ‘Resistance’ Voyager S2E12

Captain Janeway navigates a series of increasingly intense social interactions while Harry plays engineer for a day. Join your ANTIMO (anti-Mokra Order) hosts as they praise balanced plotlines, applaud excellent performances, and somehow even squeeze in a mention of that fabled Jerry Lewis holocaust clown movie!

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#169 – ‘Worst Case Scenario’ Voyager S3E25

Tuvok goofs up. Join your mutinous hosts as they examine story structure, well-timed performances, and the lyricality of the phrase “B’Elanna’s on it.”

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