For the best in feminist Star Trek comedy, join Alice Wetterlund and Veronica Osorio as they watch Star Trek: The Next Generation episode by episode with guests and talk Picard, Troi, Data, Riker, sex, gender, fashion, and more. Includes SFX and Original Songs. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
S7E01 The Emergence from "Descent, Part II" (w/ Paul F. Tompkins)
Alice and Veronica finish out their three-parter episode re two-parter TNG event with none other than Paul F. Tompkins. They discuss TNG's "Descent, Part II" while they troll Paul with both sound effects and drawings.
S6E26B The Descent Into "Descent, Part I" Part II of II (w/ Paul F. Tompkins)
In part II of their three-part episode, Alice and Veronica dig into Star Trek TNG's "Descent, Part I" with special guest Paul F. Tompkins. More importantly, Data watches porn.
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S6E26A The Descent Into "Descent, Part I" Part I of II (w/ Paul F. Tompkins)
Before any recapping of any episodes, Alice and Veronica chat with fan favorite Paul F. Tompkins about life, his new podcast, TNG and life.
S6E25 "Timescape" (w/ Zack Pearlman)
Comedian, voice actor and podcaster Zack Pearlman visits Alice and Vero on the pod to discuss Star Trek TNG's S6E25 "Timescape." Also, chickens are dumb.
Fall Check-In (Presented by BetterHelp)
As Alice finishes up her mandated quarantine in Canada before shooting a TV show, she and Vero discuss what it means to be social in a pandemic, and the isolation and paranoia that can come with feeling left behind.
Customer ReviewsSee All
To go where no woman has gone before
I love TNG and I love these women and they know a lot of funny people who guest star. My favourite part is when they do not talk about Star Trek for the first half hour.
My latest podcast binge
Comedic Star Trek commentary that's friendly to women and gays. Focuses on the emotions, relationships, and personalities of the crew and the bigger themes of the show rather than factoids and trivia.
Refreshing, Funny, and Zany! (Yes, I Mean “Zany”)
I really appreciate the humour and analysis of the TNG episodes. It’s important to take the piss out of Star Trek, which is s fantastic franchise, but some basement-dwelling fans treat it seriously (like saying Picard is the best captain when it’s clearly Sisko). When I’m zombified at work in the morning, I really enjoy Veronica and Alice’s chemistry and frequent digressions—they’re able to melt my cold, black heart, preventing me from escalating work conflicts. I hope they will cover Deep Space Nine next!