Join Rob, Nick, and Joe as we dive into the world of Nerd culture! Specializing in Star Trek, we also find our way into other things such as Comics, TV Shows, Movies, Music, and really anything that we find even slightly interesting. The first half is filled with a multitude of content. The second half of the show features a review of a show Rob, Joe, and Nick find worth watching. This year, join us as we review the Battlestar Galactica reboot created by Ronald D. Moore.
Episode 149: Pop Culture Overload
Rob, Joe, and Nick might come to blows this week. The source of contention: Sydney Sweeney and Adam Scott. Are they "average" or are they attractive? Rob goes on a rant about Sketchers. Marvel seems to continue its losing ways, and finally, we get lost in the weeds of best TV theme show songs.
Episode 148: BSG Wrap-Up and Potpourri
With BSG finally done, what do the Cardassians have to say about the series? Join us as we hear Rob say, "This is so much better than DS9"
Before getting there, we dive into the weeds and have fun! We fill you in on the fun we have on Patreon, and why you should join. From there, we talk about the end of the writer's strike, and the rise of our AI overlords. And...AND...The DERP question of the week makes a comeback.
Episode 147: Battlestar Galactica Series Finale
It's time for the series finale of Battlestar Galactica! Join the Cardassians as we review "Daybreak: Part 1,2, and 3". What do the Cardassians think of Starbuck? Is Baltar redeemed? Is it a finale worthy of praise or scorn?
Before the review of Daybreak, join the Cardassians as they cover a wide range of topics from the death of Matthew Perry, the possibility of Nick in a Nurse Chapel cosplay, South Park Panderverse Discussion, and whether Nicholas Cage should matter or not!
Episode 146: Battlestar Galactica Season 4: Episodes 17 & 18
It is time for the penultimate episodes of Battlestar Galactica! This week, the Cardassians review the final two episodes before the series finale, "Someone to Watch Over Me" and "Islanded in a Stream of Stars".
In the first half of the episodes, we talk about whether Steven Seagal should have the right to yell at "Grump Old Men". We then find ourselves talking about the 1990's sitcom Step By Step with the passing of Suzanne Summers. Rob poses the question, "If you had to pick one lead from Friends, who is the lead character?
Episode 145: Battlestar Galactica Season 4: Episodes 15 & 16
The Cardassians are inching closer to the series finale of Battlestar Galactica! Today, the trio reviews the episodes, "No Exit" and "Deadlock" Which come in the second half of the episode.
In the first half, the Cardassians talk about Matthew Vaughn and the Superman Trilogy he pitched prior to "Man of Steel". Rob gets excited about the possibility of a sequel to "The Rocketeer" which would be coming to Disney+. Finally, Joe talks about the possibility of a Seinfield reunion after Jerry Seinfield implies something is in the works.
Episode 144: Battlestar Galactica Season 4: Episodes 13 & 14
It's time for a mutiny! Join us for the season 4 review of the Battlestar Galactica Episodes "The Oath" and "Blood on the Scales". Before we get into reviewing those episodes, join us for a conversation on The End of Physical Media, Comic Book movies needing a moratorium, and Star Trek being revived!
Trek, culture, music and more
Right now these guys are watching Battlestar Galactica, and I’m begrudgingly agreeing to it’s place in the sci-fi pantheon—-nevertheless, their commentary on movies, music, being human…It’s all good —give them a shot✌🏽
This is a really good listen. The hosts have great insights and discussions into two of the greatest sci fi epics of all time (and a whole lot more). The show is well produced and the hosts have great chemistry, although one mentally challenged host often bursts into song and mispronounces everything.
Incredibly fun and often insightful
The guys are fun with whatever they are talking about. I love it when they get insightful with topics. Star Trek is only half the content, the first half is just a couple of guys riffing about current events and pop culture. Where will you go after DS9?!