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Earl Grey is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Not an episode review show, Earl Grey explores specific elements of TNG with hosts Amy Nelson, Richard Marquez, and Justin Oser.

Earl Grey: A Star Trek The Next Generation Podcast Trek.fm

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    • 4.7, 116 Ratings

Earl Grey is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Not an episode review show, Earl Grey explores specific elements of TNG with hosts Amy Nelson, Richard Marquez, and Justin Oser.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
116 Ratings
116 Ratings
thecogito ,

Enjoy a Cup of Earl Grey

Glad to leave a review for this excellently produced podcast. I listen to a wide variety of podcasts and Early Grey stays on my playlist consistently due to its wide variety of subject matter, and refreshing angles on well known stories and characters from TNG. I feel like all perspectives are welcome and we can all appreciate making fun of Wesley together. Episodes 229 (The Wounded) and 258 (On Jellico) are particular recent standouts for me. Thanks Justin, Amy, and Richard!

David Cavalleri ,

TNG!

Amy and Justin are a delight to listen to, and Richard is tolerable when he isn’t being smarmy or condescending to Amy.

Chris @TrekFanLV ,

Definitely A Must Listen

I’ve been listening to TrekFM for some time and each show does not disappoint each and every time. Specifically, for the team on EG, they continuously put out the best subjects, great guest interviews and who doesn’t love the ‘casts of which I call “Storytime With Justin” in which his top notch research ability finds us listening to never before heard story plots which never made it to the series. Amy Nelson gives that breath of fresh air every time and Richard Marquez is that “hard hitting, pull no punches, rip the band aid off, why Wesley?” Klingon that like Worf, you enjoy. Kudos to TrekFM and specifically EG. May you continue success for years to come.

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