- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (A.D.D. Thread #1)
- Peter Capaldi as The Doctor and the current season of Doctor Who
- Eric is watching Star Trek: Enterprise for the first time.
- Making Eric watch things he hasn’t seen and reporting on them.
- Are there people hate Firefly?
- Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return
- Danish monster movie, Reptilicus.
- Patton Oswalt apparently likes giant women?
- Live streamed funerals.
- Chris strikes out trying to remember what Jeffrey Jones was in.
- Alex discovers Milo Yiannopoulos.
- Classic Doctors and Con Kasterborous (a.k.a. Con K, see link below)
- Treklanta 2017 (see link below) post convention report and discussion of the convention guests.
- NOTE: We failed to mention screenwriter David Gerrold as a guest at Treklanta. He is best known as the writer of the episode The Trouble With Tribbles. (see photo below)
- If you go to small conventions, open your wallets!
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (A.D.D. Thread #2)
Who is Bjo Trimble? It is not an exaggeration to say that Bjo Trimble is the Godmother of fandom. Unless you were watching Star Trek when it first aired in 1966, if you consider yourself a Star Trek fan today you owe that fact to Bjo Trimble. Star Trek was facing cancellation after its second season due to falling ratings. Bjo and her husband John started a massive letter writing campaign (there was no internet or email in the Sixties) to save the third season of Star Trek. NBC was convinced to produce and air the third season by the outpouring of support led by Bjo. Because of the third season being made, there were enough episodes of Star Trek when it was finally cancelled for it to air in syndication (i.e. they licensed the rights to air re-runs of the show to local television stations). As a result of this widespread exposure, Star Trek’s audience gradually grew and become the pop culture classic that it is today. Had that third season not been saved, the re-runs would likely not have aired, and many of us would know little or nothing about Star Trek. Thank you, Bjo!
The Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison) Regenerates into The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) and breaks the fourth wall.