Surprise! Richard and Eric have so far survived the pandemic and are back to podcast both the most underwhelming gay romcom and the most surprising season of television of 2022.
The first season of Star Trek: Picard is over, and what better way to celebrate it than for Eric and Richard to sit down and discuss what they thought of it? Plus! A bonus discussion of Jewish mysticism. Yes, this is indeed an episode of Trekabout.
On this, the last ever patron special, we sat down to discuss the 1968 classic Rosemary’s Baby. (First released October 2018.)
On this patron special, we sat down to discuss the then-breaking news that Patrick Stewart would return to play Jean-Luc Picard. (First released September 2018.)
This week on the third-to-last patron special, we sat down to discuss the 1991 TNG novel Q-in-Law. You’re welcome. (First released August 2018.)
Richard managed to talk Eric into covering the 1991 film Oliver Stone film JFK. (First released July 2018.) What happened to the 30th patron special, you may ask? The finished episode has somehow been lost. We still have the raw audio, but Eric is too lazy to reedit it. Every great work of art has a lost piece–Trekabout is no exception.
This week on the rapidly-depleting stock of patron specials, we talked about the wonderful movie Contact. (First released May 2018.)
In this “high concept” patron special we sat down to interrogate what makes the Federation of TOS and the Federation of the 24th Century different. (First released April 2018.)
We were asked quite often to cover Babylon 5, so we finally decided to talk about the original pilot, “The Gathering”. (First released March 2018.)
In this extra-special patron episode, we sit down to discuss Blade Runner, which as of November 2019, now officially takes place in the past. (First released February 2018.)