Richard loves Klingons, and Eric hates them, so what better topic for a patrons special? First released May 2016.
It may be hard to believe, but it’s been over 3 years since a new Trek series was first announced, and in this episode, first released in April 2016, Richard and Eric gave their thoughts on what they wanted to see from the new series. Did they get what they wanted? Listen and find out!
Fan films have been a long part of Trek history, and in this episode, first released in March 2016, we sat down to discuss the first (second?) episode of Star Trek: New Voyages, “In Harm’s Way”.
This week’s EFKAPS (episode formerly known as patron special) comes to you from February 2016 and is only more relevant with time, as we talk about Lwaxana Troi and why she’s actually a good character.
We hope you enjoy!
Thought you were done with us, eh?
As a special treat to everyone, we’ve decided to release our patron-only episodes to the whole world! Some of these are quite old, some of the content may be out-of-date, and they’re a bit “looser” than our regular episodes–but we still think you’ll get a kick out of them.
Look for one of these once a week on Tuesdays until we run out. When will that be? Only we know. Mwahahahahahahahaha. Ha. Ha. Ha?
We hope you enjoy these bonus episodes! Let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter.
We’ve reached the end of 24th Century Trek and the end of Trekabout, as we dive into the flawed Star Trek: Nemesis.
Thank you everyone for your support over the past 6 years. You made this worthwhile. Live long and prosper.
Trekabout skips about 23 episodes into the future, just as it took the USS Voyager 23 years to get home, to discuss the Star Trek: Voyager series finale “Endgame” in the penultimate episode of Trekabout. Plus! What does Richard think about cricket flour snacks?
Also! Make sure to read our announcement today about the future of Trekabout.
Sad news from Trekabout–the podcast is ending.
Today’s episode is the last regular podcast.
In the coming weeks we will be releasing two additional episodes–one on Voyager’s series finale and one on Star Trek: Nemesis. We want to provide some sort of goodbye, and figured wrapping up 24th Century Trek was a decent way to do it.
This was a difficult decision, but we’ve been doing this for over six years and 300 episodes, and that’s a good run.
Thank you all so very much, whether you’ve been listening since episode 1 or last week.
Live long and prosper, everyone.