Episode Log: Lemme Sum Up

So, it’s been a while, hasn’t it, faithful listeners? Here, then, is the Inigo Montoya version of what’s happened since the last time someone (*coughcough*lazy Bajoran*coughcough*) made any updates:

Listen to Episode 121: The Love Ship
Originally posted April 3, 2013

So that crazy Bajoran went and did something…crazy. She got hitched. So the Admiral thought it would be a good time to talk about some favorite Trek relationships. No, not the fanfic ones. Okay, some of the fanfic ones. Because…you know. Janeway/Seven isn’t going to discuss itself!

Listen to Episode 122: Spoilers
Originally posted April 18, 2013

Spoilers: Nerd Hurdlers Jakob and Mandi and Chief Editing Officer Mike Mould joined the crew to discuss spoilers. Are they awesome? Satan spit on the joy of viewing innocence? I’d tell you the final outcome but…spoilers.

Listen to Episode 123: A Tribute to Ray Harryhausen
Originally posted May 21, 2013

The crew welcomes Chief Blogger Camille as an official member of the Starbase crew before paying tribute to the incomparable Ray Harryhausen.


Listen to Episode 124: Star Trek Into Darkness
Originally posted May 30, 2013

Richard Smith, Simply Syndicated’s Chief of All, and the Starbase crew, including the increasingly elusive Kennedy, gather to discuss the latest J.J. Abrams’ abomination addition to the Trek franchise.

[insert lens flare here]

Listen to the Admiral’s Table: Doctor Who, Series 7
Originally posted June 23, 2013

The Admiral is joined by Mary, Mike, and Shane to discuss, with many spoilers, the ups and downs of the Doctor’s latest exploits.

Listen to Episode 125: More Mailbag
Originally posted July 2, 2013

Letters! We get letters! We get lots and lots of letters! (Bonus points to all those who recognize this little late night throwback) Letters are read. Answers are provided. Jokes are made. Songs are sung. Wines are drunk. Stuff is made up. Mostly stuff in this post.

Listen to Episode 126: Man of Steel
Originally posted July 14, 2013

The Starbase crew welcomes Scott Matteson of the Through the Jumpgate podcast for a little talk of Superman, his latest movie incarnation, and his nearly 75 years of manly, steely existence.


Listen to The Admiral’s Table: Alice in Conland
Originally posted July 30, 2013

The Admiral welcomes Awesome Aussie Alice to the Starbase, to talk about the amazing things she does and the amazing people she’s met at various conventions.


Listen to Episode 127: First Contact
Originally posted August 9, 2013

Ari of Do Ask, Do Tell joins the crew to discuss first contact. No, not the movie. Actual first contact, as depicted in genre fiction. We’re saving discussion of the movie for when we’re all properly Deanna Troi on tequila.

Listen to The Little Admiral’s Table of Horrors
Originally posted August 21, 2013

The Admiral welcomes aboard Boz and Goggs of The Little Pod of Horrors to talk about their wonderful podcast.


Listen to Episode 128: Topic? What Topic?
Originally posted September 20, 2013

Back from hiatus, the Starbase crew dive into a new season with unabashed, unscripted, unpredictable glee.

Listen to Episode 129: Agents of Batwoman
Originally posted September 30, 2013

The Admiral holds onto the reins of this episode long enough to discuss with Camille their recent viewing of the new Joss Whedon show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. before the Bat-crazy Bajoran hijacks things to discuss DC Comics and their bizarre relationship with two of their batty lovelies, Batgirl and Batwoman.



The Admiral’s Table: Emma Lou Goes to a Con

Listen to the Admiral’s Table: Emma Lou Goes to a Con.

Bajoran Blogger Backlog Edition: These show notes are for the Admiral’s Table that originally posted on January 19, 2013.

Want to know how to make the Starbase crew green with envy (and not the regular green of feeding them Dave’s special Romulan ale-soaked mushrooms)? Let them hear about Listener ExtraordinaireTM Emma Lou’s adventure at this bad boy:


That’s right, our very own resident Wholigan temporarily laid aside her sonic screwdriver, parked the TARDIS in a towaway zone, and hung out with a gazillion geeks at Destination Star Trek London, which is being heralded as the BIGGEST Trek convention ever held. Bigger, even, than Shatner’s ego. Not as big as Shatner’s libido.

Listen as she discusses the lay of the land, the merchandise, the costumes, the guests, the crowds…really, just listen to her. She’s got an amazing accent bound to make you melty. Learn how a dinosaur onesie almost became a Gorn costume. Learn which Trek captain wrote what on John Barrowman’s backside. Learn which Trek actor is teaching, which is Doctoring, which possibly fancies a bit of Borg probing, and which one traded in her crinkle-cut nose for…kitchen witchery?

Finally, end the Admiral’s Table with a bit of Who hoo-ha, as the Admiral and Emma Lou dish and diss on the most recent season of Doctor Who. Be warned: Thar be spoilers ahead.

Although, this late in the game, that’s a bit of a moo point…

The Admiral’s Table: Doctor Who, Part Deux

Listen to the Admiral’s Table: Doctor Who, Part 2.

Time to pack up the TARDIS and spin off from the Starbase for another roundtable romp with the Doctor and his companions!

The Admiral welcomes to this discussion of the second half of Doctor Who‘s sixth season Listener ExtraordinaireTM Emma Lou, Shane (half of the dynamic duo responsible for The Greatest Events in Sporting History podcast), James (he’s better than the “Dread Pirate Roberts”…he’s the “Scandalously Salacious Captain Morgan“), and Greg, our Inappropriate Conversationalist.

Once again, dear listeners, we must set you upon this sea of discourse without the saving buoy of show notes. The Bajoran unfortunately discovered early in her attempted travels with the eleventh Doctor that she hates fish fingers and custard and is at the moment loathe to imagine anything cool about kooky head wear of any variety. All parties involved thought it best to temporarily remove her from the Whoniverse before there was an unfortunate bow tie-related strangulation case to investigate. Starbase Security already has its hands full with all those mysterious spacings…

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