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This is my recap of episode Fourteen of Star Trek Discovery, The War Without the War Within.
This is the first TV Trek since 2005 and with season 2 already confirmed we have a lot to look forward to, so dust off your Klingon guide to Shakespeare and get ready to boldly go once more.
Episode Fourteen – The War Without the War Within
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Ghouli Trojan-horsed its way into a mythology episode. What started as a monster-of-the-week plot line ended as full on mythology. Was the transition smooth? Dean and Josh get into the William plot line, Anderson’s acting, and of course the overall effectiveness of what has been a weak mythology backdrop. PS – who even likes William?
Another triple-hosted episode and this time we bring in our Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, and Westworld host – Jessica! We all know how she loves serial killer stories and true crime, and what better podcast to bring her onto with Matthew and Dean than “Silence of the Lambs”. They get into this film’s influence over an entire genre, how it was ahead of its time in terms of sexual identity and women in law enforcement, and of course the fascinating idea of treating Lecter as a protagonist. Tie your hair back, because like Migs, this one could get messy. Read More
Dean finally gets what he has been waiting for: more Gaius Baltar. He’s been promising Matthew that Gaius is an interesting character, and Matthew is starting to see the light. The lads try to shed some light onto Gaius by evaluating him as a character. Is Gaius a man who has experienced an easy life because of his innate talents? Can he relate to Adama and the rest of the crew? Can Adama and the rest of the crew relate to him? Is Gaius a good person? Is he a bad person? How does he stack up against the rest of the crew in terms of value v. liability. No matter what the answers are – Gaius always provokes great discussion.
This is my recap of episode thirteen of Star Trek Discovery, What’s Past is Prologue. The episode title is another Shakespearean reference as it is a quote from The Tempest, Prospero uses illusion and skilled manipulation to achieve his ambitions, remind you of anyone?
This is the first TV Trek since 2005 and with season 2 already confirmed we have a lot to look forward to, so dust off your burning resentment at the Oscar committee for overlooking Patrick Stewart’s performance in Logan, and get ready to Boldly go once more.
Episode Thirteen – What’s Past is Prologue
This blog contains spoilers so if you haven’t watched episode thirteen yet – What are you? A green-blooded hobgoblin? This review will definitely Read More
The X-Files continues to improve and this week it delivers not only a good episode but a great episode that Josh is confident will make a “best of” list in the future. The lads go hard in the paint with topics like: memory, morality, philosophy, and ethics. Disclaimer: they are NOT qualified to talk about these fancy book-learning topics, but they give it one hell of a try. Pop on the scuba-gear because you are going deep below the surface of Josh and Dean’s qualifications.
He’s smooth and hard to pin down. He can be enjoyed on pancakes, hot toast, or served just plain raw. He’s Jonny Butters. The slipperiest and most visually talented of the LSG Media crew. You’ve seen his artwork and now you can hear the dulcet tones of his voice as he gives Nolan the old rub’n’tug with the happiest of endings.
An inquest shines a light onto prior decisions by Adama to keep the cylon threat classified, and it also places one of Chief Tyrol’s subordinates directly in the line of fire for Hardian’s relentless interrogation. Is the hearing justified or simply paranoia run amok? Matthew and Dean examine these decisions and discuss possible alternatives had things gone a little differently.