Monday, October 26, 2009

Podcast 39: Unforgetable - That's what Kahless is...

Once again, Joey and I show the world why we have a weekly TALK show instead of a weekly MUSICAL NUMBER. For the misanthropes out there, you'll enjoy our TNG rendition of Unforgettable. Mediocre episodes this week for us to talk about, but we were able to have some good conversation none the less. This podcast covers episodes 21-24 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 6.

Various topics discussed in this podcast include:
    10 books that screwed up the world
    The philosophy of why Joey thinks he is always right
    Can the mentally ill be held responsible for what they do?
    Exploring your darker side
    Xenophysiology must be the toughest field of study
    Dealing with a personal religious crisis
    Boots should not be worn on a star ship
    Joey can control his bladder
    I Fight Dragons
    JC Hutchins 7th Son Novel

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Here are the ratings that we gave for each show:
Frame of Mind: 54min 09sec
Peter: SciFi - 8 Television - 7
Joey: SciFi - 8 Television - 8

Suspicions: 19min 58sec
Peter: SciFi - 6 Television - 2
Joey: SciFi - 6 Television - 1

Rightful Heir: 43min 35sec
Peter: SciFi - 6 Television - 4
Joey: SciFi - 4 Television - 5

Second Chances: 17min 18sec
Peter: SciFi - 5 Television - 5
Joey: SciFi - 4 Television - 5

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1 comment:

Jim said...

Good show, guys.

Joey, another book you might like is "Ten Philosophical Mistakes" by Adler. I think his book is better than "10 Books...". It's less polemical and more meaty. Adler is less interested in making jokes than he is the philosophy.

Which isn't to say that "10 Books..." doesn't have its charms, and it's probably good that Wiker doesn't pull his punches, but I think he's a little bit of a lightweight.


Regarding "Lost", yes I do like the show. In fact, I've just begun a rewatch of the show preparing for season 6. It is a different kind of reality bending show, though, than the "this is all a dream" variety. (At least I hope it is.) Whether or not I truly like the show is yet to be seen, since the ending could make or break the show. If this is all in Hurley's head, say, in the asylum, I will end up hating the show.

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