Tag: Star Trek: The Next Generation

#21 – ‘Thine Own Self’ TNG S7E16

Our old buddy Data has gone an caught a bad case of amneezy, landing himself and a bunch of medieval villagers in a boatload of trouble! Meanwhile, Counselor Troi discovers that career advancement can be tricky business, especially when your boss is your on-and-off again Imzadi. Distract yourselves from current events by enjoying a fun tale about science being ignored by hoards of ignorant lunatics!

Next week: Some clever Star Trek-related topic – this quarantine business has made it tricky to plan ahead. Check out @ItsGotStarTrek on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to find out about your assigned viewing!

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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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