Aquaman is now DC's biggest box office hit. Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker. Bryan finally watched a few episodes of Netflix's Lost in Space. Rob shares next season's introduction to the Flash TV show. DC Universe's Titans live action show. Star Trek Discovery. Jennifer continues her homework with more episodes of Star Trek: TNG and The Walking Dead.
This week we talk about the movie Venom and why it has performed so well in the box office despite the poor critic score. We also briefly cover Star Trek: Nemesis and Aquaman before Bryan's headset has a meltdown on-air.
This week Jennifer takes a break while Bryan, Kevin, and Rob get nerdy chatting about Star Trek: The Next Generation. Jennifer hasn't watched any Star Trek:TNG so the boys decide to make a list of four episodes from each season that Jennifer might enjoy. That's right...it's more homework for poor Jennifer!
Tell us your favorite episodes from each season of Star Trek:TNG in the comments!
This week we discuss news that Nichelle Nichols is fighting dementia; The dark side of ComicCon celebrity signatures; Star Trek 4 negotiations with Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth fall through; The Academy Awards is adding a new "popular film" category; and finally, silly fan backlash over Batwoman casting.
This week, Jennifer, Bryan, and Kevin enjoy some Rob-free time. Does the new Venom trailer make the movie look any more interesting? Patrick Stewart confirms he will reprise the roll of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Jennifer reveals she has never seen any Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes and promptly receives more home work. Robert DeNiro and Marc Maron are officially part of the Joker origin movie starring Joaquin Phoenix.
Kevin shares his thoughts about weather coverage in the midwest and also finally managed to finish watching Star Trek: Nemesis. Jennifer expands Bryan's comfort zone by taking him out to new and different restaurants. Noted science fiction writer Harlan Ellison passed away. The Private Eyes with Don Knotts and Tim Conway. Bryan celebrated his birthday.
Bryan, Kevin, and Rob talk about the recent Star Trek news including the new Discovery show runner, the possible return of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and Kevin tries to stay awake long enough to give his thoughts on Star Trek: Nemesis. So join us on another away mission as we once again attempt to stay on topic and find a point to anything we're saying.
This week Bryan, Jennifer, and Rob talk a little about an upcoming episode of Star Trek Discovery directed by Jonothon Frakes. They also review the first episode of the SyFy show, Krypton, which Bryan affectionately calls "Crap Ton".