September 2015

Top 10 Next Gen: Lynn’s Favorite Star Trek TNG Episodes

By | 2016-12-22T14:24:32+00:00 September 24th, 2015|Anomalous Musings, Sci Fi, Star Trek, Star Trek Episodes|

Donate Blog RSS iTunes Stitcher Zune Podcast RSS I’m Lynn. The first sci-fi show I ever watched was Star Trek: The Next Generation. It was the only show I was allowed to stay up late to watch, and it’s still one of my favorite shows. And I’m an Anomaly. I recently re-watched ST:TNG [...]

Anomaly | Worst of Trek | TNG Genesis (No… Just No)

By | 2016-12-22T14:24:33+00:00 September 13th, 2015|Anomaly, Show Notes, Star Trek Episodes, Worst of Trek|

Donate iTunes Stitcher Blog RSS TNG Genesis or "The One where Barclay Spins a Sider Web" The best thing about Genesis is that it is probably the official low point of TNG. Whether you think it was an interesting storytelling experiment or agree with us that it was just plain embarrassing, [...]

August 2015

Best of Trek | Star Trek TNG: Lower Decks

By | 2016-12-22T14:24:33+00:00 August 30th, 2015|Anomaly, Anomaly Supplemental, Classic TV, Show Notes, Star Trek, Star Trek Episodes|

Donate iTunes Stitcher Zune Podcast RSS Blog RSS In a first time ever Anomaly/Anomaly Supplemental Crossover Episode we cover Lower Decks, a 7th season TNG episode that steps outside the normal boundaries of Scifi episodic television of the 1990s and focuses on the junior officers of the Enterprise crew so you can see [...]

Anomaly Supplemental | An Interview with Kayla LaFrance (King of the Nerds)

By | 2016-12-22T14:24:34+00:00 August 23rd, 2015|Interviews, Show Notes, Star Trek|

Donate iTunes Stitcher Zune Blog RSS Podcast RSS This week's Anomaly Supplemental is an interview Kayla LaFrance, winner of Season 2 of TBS's King of the Nerds!  Kayla and I first met at Dragon Con 2014, when I was sitting on a panel about Geeky Reality TV.  One second, I'm talking to [...]

July 2015

“The Sixties” are No Excuse | Hermeneutics, Social Issues, and Star Trek

By | 2016-12-22T14:24:41+00:00 July 22nd, 2015|Anomalous Musings, Books, Geek, Sci Fi, Star Trek|

Donate Blog RSS iTunes Stitcher Zune Podcast RSS Over the last year, while working on The TOS Project, one of the comments I got most frequently was essentially, "Give it a break - it was the '60s." And now that Women at Warp is up and running, I’m hearing it even more. I’ve [...]