Podcast… the final frontier! "Star Trek: The Next Generation" devotee and authority Matt Mira leads Next Gen skeptic Andrew Secunda into the deepest reaches of the series episode by episode. Listen as they discuss, debate, and enjoy all the legendary show's strengths, failings, and innovations. Email us! STTNCPOD@gmail.com Twitter: @StarTrekTNC Web: startrektnc.com
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Is Bernie Casey a badmiral or a badactor? Or neither? And Dax is dating a Ferengi offscreen - is it Quark, who we are led to believe is making a turn from creep to charmer? Meanwhile, Matt has HAD it with the Maquis. Even though this is their fir... more
Jadzia gets tangled in a Klingon plot with bat'leths and convos about honor galore and Andy loves it! Matt, predictably, feels otherwise. Also predictably: Trill Talk!™ more
Quark falls in love with a Cardassian and Andy tries to give Susan from SEINFELD her due. more
Star Trek The Next Conversation is a Trek podcast where one host seems to genuinely love and be enthusiastic about Trek, and the other host is named Matt Mira. After finishing season 3 of Picard, I wanted to rewatch TNG for the millionth time, but to change it up I decided to listen to a podcast while watching. TNC seemed an interesting take, in that it was two tv writers of a show I enjoyed, The Goldbergs, going through the series. So I dove into the pod, and since May of 2023 I have literally ... more
A very good review podcast. Just disregard their unfortunate political leanings. Don’t hold it against them that they have to cater to the “Hollywood” rules of thought. They are actually quite funny.
I’ve been re-listening to the Next Generation episodes of the podcast to pass time during a stretch of long commutes and had forgotten the Andy Secunda School of Specific Acting had not yet been founded in 2020. Wow, what a treat to be able to hear the early discussions and nuggets of wisdom from our future headmaster that eventually led to the formation of what we know today as “The School.” A true privilege to have these early recordings preserved for posterity.
I found this brilliant podcast so very very late, only about 3 weeks ago. And that’s terrible but in a way also totally great because I can binge my way thru the whole series of TNG without having to wait for each new episode. Very funny and brings back so many memories of me watching this brilliant show on TV, buying the VHS tapes and working security at Trek Conventions. TNG for me stands for some of the best and happiest times of my life, these guys bring it all back - it’s like listening to ... more
This is my escape pod (pun intended) while at work. It makes corporate slavery a little less painful. more
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