Hey, remember the Ferengi that got stranded in the Delta Quadrant way back in “The Price”? Well, “False Profits” brings them back. Then, B’Elanna is given memories of a horrible event, in “Remember”. iTunes Google Play RSS
This month on our patrons-only episode, Eric and Richard sit down to discuss the 1991 adventure game Star Trek: 25th Anniversary. Spoiler alert: we have controversial opinions on this one. To listen, just head over to our Patreon and donate $5 per month or more.
As a companion piece to this week’s Star Trek: First Contact podcast, for the June patron special, we discuss the novel Federation by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, an alternate take on the Zefram Cochrane/post-World War III Earth, which may or may not be better than the “canon” version–and you know you want to find out …
Quark is having a pretty bad day in “Body Parts”, as he finds out he’s dying. Odo is having a pretty bad day in “Broken Link”, as he finds out he’s dying. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine isn’t dying though–it’s just getting started! iTunes Google Play RSS
Do Klingons believe in ritual murder? That question is answered early in “Sons of Mogh”. Do Ferengi believe in unions? That question gets a new answer in “Bar Association”. Does Trekabout believe that these episodes are good? You bet we do! iTunes Google Play RSS
We all have problems with our parents sometimes, and Quark is no exception, as “Family Business” makes clear. We also all have problems with our politicians sometimes, even the Bajorans, as “Shakaar” makes clear. Well, at least the Bajorans don’t have to deal with President Donald Trump. iTunes Google Play RSS
We deal with the aftermath of the Bajoran-Cardassian peace treaty in “Destiny”, as Kira starts making Sisko a little uncomfortable. Then, in “Prophet Motive”, Quark makes the Bajoran prophets uncomfortable. Plus! Richard doesn’t know who Tracy Scoggins is. iTunes Google Play RSS