A Star Trek podcast by two guys who are a bit embarrassed to have a Star Trek podcast. After reviewing all of Star Trek: The Next Generation and DS9, we're reviewing Star Trek: Voyager from beginning to end. Check out Greatest Trek, our spinoff about all the new Star Trek series!
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When the li’lest Borgs leave Voyager for good, Icheb stays aboard to try to Wesley Crusher his way onto the bridge. But when Seven’s cortical node goes on the fritz, her pupil ends up on the trolly tracks where a sacrifice is the only way to save her... more
When the Borgified dustbuster club infects the beef cube’s central plexus, the Queen starts losing track of Zeros and counters with an ultimatum to force them back. But when Captain Janeway orders the garden center shut down for good, it keeps the re... more
When Seven starts visiting a garden center in her dreams, the people are familiar and they’re asking for her help. But when the Borgs Queen goes medieval to try to shut down Unimatrix Zero, Captain Janeway plans a dangerous away mission to the Borgs’... more
There is the noisy fart, there is the quiet fart
I admire that guy. I'm disabled and have struggled to find places to go to the bathroom in areas where they're legally required to have publicly accessible bathrooms, even for people who aren't disabled. I had to hobble over 2 miles with a cane and digestive disorder, checking every restaurant, ready to buy something just to be able to go, before I found one.
The jokes and references in this podcast, have as many callbacks as a Trill has life times.
Great pod, only mildly embarrassing 5/5
Do you enjoy Star Trek and laughter? How about John Taffer impressions? Look no further. This podcast makes Mondays immensely enjoyable
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The Greatest Generation launched 8 years ago and published 506 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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