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Two veteran Star Trek fans guide a newcomer through the adventures of the Enterprise D while slowly going insane.

Customer Reviews

Just where are these blokes

Supposed to be from?
I mean really, in what region of the world do people sound this way? The one guy sounds like a cross between tiny Tim and Yogi bear’s little friend boo-boo.
I rather enjoy the podcast, and they have transformed something I heard on Star Trek once into one of my favorite Star Trek quotes:
I’ll still fill you with crumpet


Basically fine.

Super Politically Correct

I love this podcast, but you have to understand that they are super politically correct. Ultra liberal. Alex makes fun of the show, saying that the writers have a teenage boy point of view when it comes to sex, yet he makes his own sexual innuendos worthy of a twelve year old boy himself. Besides being hypocritical they are funny and great to listen to if you can look past their self-righteousness. Also they seem to not understand when the women in the show tend to change their mind and not make sense sometimes... Have they never meet a woman? That's pretty much a woman in a nutshell. Other than that they do a great job. I look forward to listening to them for some time.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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