Sunday, July 27, 2014


Returning with another Film Flashback bonus episode hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton finally take on a giant of the franchise; 1982's awesomely entertaining STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN. Does the picture still hold up all after all these years? Does it have any nagging flaws? Over the course of a lengthy informal chat these topics are tackled, as well as the themes, action sequences and character beats that make the film so insanely popular. So buckle yourself in for a fun, free-wheeling supplemental show that delves boldly into this series-reenergizing tale of vengeance in the heavens. 

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014


As promised by Tyler in the opening of our BEST & WORST MUSICAL MOMENTS episode, here is the (almost*) complete collection of clips played during the show:

"Someone to Watch Over Me" - Robert Picardo, "Someone to Watch Over Me," VOYAGER

"Tuvok Pon Farr Opera" - Robert Picardo, "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy," VOYAGER

"Instrument Smash" - LeVar Burton & Michael Dorn, "Qpid," THE NEXT GENERATION
"Enterprise Theme V.2" - Russell Watson, STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE

"Gene Roddenberry Birthday Greeting" - Patrick Stewart

"Picard and Daren Duet #2" - Patrick Stewart & Wendy Hughes, "Lessons," THE NEXT GENERATION

"Theme from STAR TREK: Disco Version" - Nichelle Nichols

"Star Trek Theme (Live)" - Nichelle Nichols
"HMS Pinafore" - Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner & Michael Dorn, STAR TREK: INSURRECTION
"The Way You Look Tonight" - James Darren, "All That You Leave Behind," DEEP SPACE NINE
"Fever" - Nana Visitor, "His Way," DEEP SPACE NINE
"Uhura's Song" - Nichelle Nichols, "Charlie X," STAR TREK
"Hey Out There" - Charles Napier & Mary Linda Rapelye, "The Way to Eden," STAR TREK
*Uhura's humming interlude from THE ANIMATED SERIES' "Once Upon a Planet," and Riker's first trombone performance in NEXT GENERATION's "11001001," could not be found online.

Sunday, July 20, 2014


Riker trombone jokes were only the beginning! In this latest ambitious blast of sci-fi geek silliness hosts Cam Smith, Benjamin Yong and Tyler Orton sing the praises of Trek's most wonderful moments of impromptu musicianship, as well as play a solemn dirge for some truly wretched off-key caterwauling. When not reveling in the powerful dulcet tones of some of the franchise's biggest stars, they find time to discuss how one terrible light-hearted moment nearly sinks Insurrection, as well as engage in a passionate, fiery debate over a certain notoriously polarizing series theme song. We have faith... that everyone will really enjoy this one!

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Sunday, July 13, 2014


You wanna get nuts?! Let's get nuts! Join Cam Smith, Benjamin Yong and Tyler Orton in this brand new madcap, daffy installment in which they attempt to comprehend some of the craziest creative decisions in the history of Star Trek. Wanna hear about puppet-wielding man-babies, or sinister circus clowns played by members of Spinal Tap? We gotcha covered! And, just to add to the fun, the trio analyze the bizarre love life of everyone's favorite Klingon security chief, as well as finally deal seriously with the ramifications of Ferengi cross-dressing. Pull up your space-bootstraps, cuz you're in for one mighty kooky ride!

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Sunday, July 6, 2014


Even hosts as tough as Cam Smith, Benjamin Yong and Tyler Orton get scared every now and again. In this chilling and spooktacular episode the trio recount their most unsettling Trek experiences, and revel in the horror of some of sci-fi's most revolting and disquieting television hours. Along the way, counselor-based desserts are discussed, as well as the awesome deadliness of DS9's most beloved Cardassian. And, as an added bonus, the discussion culminates in an extended discussion on the potential format of the franchise's next journey back to the small screen. Enjoy! If you dare...

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