and white noise, and skirt length, and how computers are ‘infallible’ and so on. Check out this episode!
This episode has the Enterprise visit the 1960s, while the Skirts talk about all sorts of things, including PornHub and Communism, and the Cold War and so on… Rating: 3 phasers on stun – for the funny Check out this episode!
i think we forgot to rate this…
RAting: 5 phasers on stun, 1 phaser on kill
… in which the skirts talk about the virtues of logic. And Radio lab. A lot. The radio lab episode we mentioned – Driverless Delemma Here is a page on Illegal Orders – What is an Illegal Order Lucille Ball movie – 5 Come Back Here are medieval Tippets hanging off of sleeves. And here is the… Continue reading Episode 16 – Galileo 7
In this episode, we talk about all the stupid things the crew does as part of R&R. Also, seriously people – do not put a gun down your pants!!!! “the more complex the mind the greater the need for the simplicity of play” – no really it is absolutely an original star trek… Continue reading Episode 15 – Shore Leave
In which the Skirts have a guest star! Cate with a C, from the Shakesplaining podcast joins us! The Radiolab podcast Anna mentions: http://www.radiolab.org/story/playing-god/ The title is a reference to the line from Hamlet: “The play’s the thing wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the King.” (Act 2; Scene 2) This episode shares many… Continue reading Episode 13 – Conscience of the King
Subtitle of this Episode is… how to NOT treat the disabled…. Some cool links: Spock is faking the voice recorder – see most recent RAdio lab!!! http://www.radiolab.org/story/breaking-news/ John Scalzi’s Lock In WHAT is that thing in Spock’s room??
“Aggressively Average” is my boring religious music cover band? In this episode we talk trivia mostly 🙂 The name of the game in this episode really is the special effects, which were so special this one got a Hugo nomination. (What are the Hugos?) We also talked about the original vs remastered version of… Continue reading Episode 10 – Corbomite Maneuver