Thursday, December 15, 2016

The Beige and The Bold Solo Sessions: Lonely Among Us

I'm only posting Star Trek movies every other week because of the time necessary to edit them (and also laziness). 

But instead of having nothing on Thursdays, here's a solo session for our Star Trek: The Next Generation podcast, The Beige and The Bold

None of this stuff made it to the final episode so I wanted to follow-up with it here:

Stand By Me did not win an Oscar. It was only nominated.

Frakes did "Beyond Belief."

Aykroyd did "Psi Factor," but to be honest I was thinking of "Sightings." The nineties, man. The nineties.

Michael Cera and Jonah Hill were both in Superbad


SkilTao said...

I've probably seen an episode or two of "Beyond Belief" and "Sightings." Not many though, and don't remember them.

Huh. The "space bird flies into your ship, possesses stuff until it gets out again" plot gets reused a couple times, doesn't it.

Ah, you were more on the ball than me with the Engineering set. (I wouldn't have noticed the aircraft career either if you hadn't called it out.)

Haha, man, that arc of filler comments on Federation Veganism... [rhetorical] Does the Prime Directive require the Federation to let cows die off? [/rhetorical]

VanVelding said...

I wasn't on the ball with the sets. I like the idea of sets, so I've done a lot of research on them. It's cool how few there were and I'll try to construct them as we go through the series. Thus ruining the magic forever.

"Space bird flies into your ship, possesses stuff until it gets out again." So accurate it hurts.