In this episode of Trekabout, Eric Brasure tries to convince Richard Goodness that androids can’t love, and Richard Goodness tries to convince Eric Brasure that Dr. Chakwas from the Mass Effect series is not a lesbian. Also, they spend an inordinate amount of time discussing how Richard is dumb for refusing to read pre-80s science fiction. Man, “Mudd’s Women” and “What Are Little Girls Made Of?“ are real stinkers, aren’t they?
This week, Eric Brasure and Richard Goodness discuss “The Naked Time“ and “The Enemy Within“. Eric explains the origins of Vulcans, Richard longs for tribbles, and they argue about Sulu’s subtext sexuality. A lot. Loudly. Seriously, we’re sorry. We can’t promise it won’t happen again, because we don’t want to promise never to do it again. Also! A bonus argument about rape.
Today on Trekabout, Eric Brasure and Richard Goodness discuss 23rd Century gender politics (yes, again, we’re sorry) and why Kirk wants to kill everything, by examining “The Man Trap” and “Charlie X”. Also, Spock stops smiling.
On this first episode of Trekabout, Richard Goodness reacquaints himself with the art of podcasting, Eric Brasure tries to explain what the hell this show is about, and they both discuss two classic episodes of Star Trek: “The Cage” and “Where No Man Has Gone Before”. Turns out, a lot of men has gone before, and how. Plus! Spock smiles.