Episode 42 "The USS Callister and Avocados"
Hello GLC listeners and prisoners!
If you enjoy Star Trek and/or role playing video games, and you have not yet watched Season 4: Episode 1 of Netflix "Black Mirror", then... get thee to a Holodeck! Or your living room, and watch it. It's not just Star Trek parody, it's a smart take on modern gaming, creeps with too much power, overcoming adversity, and good versus evil? Although, who do you root for? The captain of the USS Callister, Robert Cody, or the newest crew member, Nanette Cole?
Chuck and I discuss this cool episode specifically, and wonder if it could make a decent series. What does "USS Callister" have that "The Orville" doesn't?
Thank you to Ashley from Kentucky (Ashe976 on Instagram/Twitter) for her revised outro (and intro?). Also, thanks to MissGeek89 (Instagram) for her Callister review from jolly ol' England. Please follow them both on Instagram if you aren't already.
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Episode 41 "The Last Jedi - Spoilers Up The Ying-Yang"
Chuck and I give the latest Star Wars installment our potato rating. We review some theories and have some laughs.
I am really happy with this edited version. Not sure how other people do their podcasts, but this episode was an hour and twenty minutes long when I started editing it. Now it's as tight as a Porg's butt on an ice planet.
Not too much to say here, if you saw the movie, then this pod brings up some interesting points. If you haven't seen the movie yet, how did you get here?
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Our thanks to All Geeks Aside podcast for the laughs.
Tom Seaver's player number with the NY Mets was 41.