Our attempts at recording through Google Hangouts are getting even more legendary.
This one may have tipped the scales as far as non-Star Trek to Star Trek discussion goes. Once again, however, the Star Trek stuff is loaded toward the beginning so you can stop listening after we're done with that. Trick's on you though, because the next episode predictions (everybody's favorite segment) is loaded in at the end. Hey, check out the time listing if ya wanna pick and choose.
Anyway, more Enterprise! This time they're either stranded on a planet, in their own ship or in their own insecurities. Buck up, crew!
0:00 -- nuqneH
1:35 -- "Singularity"
11:09 -- "Vanishing Point"
23:37 -- "Precious Cargo"
41:53 -- "The Catwalk"
56:31 -- Awards and rankings
1.12:18 -- Viewer mail
1.14:07 -- Oscars and other assorted talk (Sundance, phones, What's Up Doc?, Christmas, Hanabi, Pandemic, the Khan graphic novel, etc.)
1.31:46 -- Upcoming movie podcast semi-update
1.33:41 -- Next episode predictions
1.45:50 -- More movie talk (Okana, Avengers, Creed, etc.)
1.53:04 -- Qapla' and outtakes (and books, strangely)
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A Killer Among Us -- Characters die one by one and nobody knows who among them is the killer (Murder by Death, Clue, Ten Little Indians, The Thing, etc.)
Alien Invasion -- Self-explanatory (Independence Day, Mars Attacks!, etc.)
That's Not a Dress -- Audrey Hepburn movies (Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Always, etc.)
Skynet -- Man vs. machines (Terminator; I, Robot; The Matrix; Superman III; etc.)
Did You Hear that? -- Anachronistic movie music (Ladyhawke, A Knight's Tale, etc.)
So What Happened? -- Ending left open to interpretation (Inception, Blade Runner, Donnie Darko)
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Click here for "Hooked" by Vanilla Ice (is it scary?)!
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This episode is dedicated in loving memory to Doug Kenney (1946-1980).
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