In this episode of Anomaly, Jen and Angela celebrate the Star Trek: TNG 25th Anniversary. It’s a nostalgic look back at the original series spin-0ff that made mauve carpets and spandex uniforms cool.
At the start of the show, the two hosts welcome new listeners, give a very brief history of Anomaly and talked about how Star Trek TNG shaped their lives as they grew up and how the show changed the way audiences view television. Also included in this episode, is an episode review of Ship in a Bottle from Star Trek: The Next Generation’s sixth season. The review of this TNG episode, originally aired on the Treks In Sci-Fi podcast in August of 2008 and was shared with Anomaly. It existed in the feed for a short time and when Anomaly switched podcast feeds, it was archived on the web site. The two decided it was too fun not to share again, so they included it in this look back.
The review show was produced by Jen and featured radio stingers and parody commercials from Rick Moyer and Simon Meddings. Also included was a song by Rick and a cameo appearance by Kasey…her first on Anomaly.
Jen and Angela will be at Austin Comic Con next month. Swing by our booth if you will be at the convention.
Additional Star Trek reviews:
Star Trek: Into Darkness
Star Trek: Into Darkness Debate
Women of Star Trek Panel: Sirtis and McFadden
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Rascals
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Measure of a Man
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Visitor
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