For the best in feminist Star Trek comedy, join Alice Wetterlund and Veronica Osorio as they watch Star Trek: The Next Generation episode by episode with guests and talk Picard, Troi, Data, Riker, sex, gender, fashion, and more. Includes SFX and Original Songs. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
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We're recording new episodes of our critically acclaimed show NOW. Available in full at patreon.com/treksandthecity. This sample episode includes clips of our first two eps on Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Let's talk Sisko, Jax, Veronica's dating life, ... more
Treks favorite Paul F. Tompkins (Rutherford Falls, Threedom) returns to the show to unpack Jonathan Frakes' wandering around the Next Generation set, visiting a Star Trek convention, and what it's like when the man speaks at half speed. Plus, special... more
For this mini-sode sponsored by BetterHelp, Willam and Alaska - hosts of the Forever Dog podcast, Race Chaser - give us brief history of drag pageants and their importance to the Queer community right in time for Pride! more
...but the rest is a well intended mess if you want actual Trek. i wish the hosts all the best but they get bogged into the mess of their own political and personal baggage too often. more
The women who host this podcast are vapid, scattered, self-righteous (judging 1980s TV by modern standards) and so confident in their opinions that they are stated as fact. I give them a tiny bit of credit because they are upfront about the fact that they know very little about TNG and do no research. If they took a bit of time off from enjoying the sounds of their own voices and did some prep work on the episodes, they'd have more fun and we'd get a better podcast.
Hardly ever actually talking about Star Trek at all, it just seems like 3 girls hitting the wine box too much with Star Trek on the tv in the background, that they *might* occasionally talk about. Love Alice on Resident Alien, but this podcast rather spoils her rep with our household. Unfortunate.
Looking for more stuff from Alice and I stumbled upon this podcast late. I haven’t watched Star Trek, but more of a comedy fan. Great voices from Alice and Veronica, also super funny guests. My fav so far is Paul F Tompkins. Excited to listed to all these and binge some Sci-Fi on Netflix
As a woman who likes Star Trek it is nice to find podcasts and other media from a female perspective. I listened to 13 episodes and most of them were all over the place with a few being okay. Maybe not for my taste personally because it just did not seem like they even liked the show. Of course it’s not perfect and there are constructive ways to talk about it. But to just say Troi or Tasha are useless and the only defense is they do not know how to write strong female characters, while ignoring ... more
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