516 episodes

Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Maggie Rowbotham review Star Trek episodes for your ongoing amusement.

The Post Atomic Horror podcast Ron "AAlgar" Watt, Maggie Rowbotham

    • Comedy
    • 4.7 • 49 Ratings

Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Maggie Rowbotham review Star Trek episodes for your ongoing amusement.

    425 - “The Next Generation”

    425 - “The Next Generation”

    Kicking off Picard season 3 with “The Next Generation.”

    424 - “Farewell”

    424 - “Farewell”

    Wrapping up — maybe not the worst, but certainly the dumbest — season of Star Trek we've ever covered.

    423 - “Hide and Seek”

    423 - “Hide and Seek”

    Covering “Hide and Seek.”

    422 - “Mercy”

    422 - “Mercy”

    Covering “Mercy.”

    421 - “Monsters”

    421 - “Monsters”

    Covering “Monsters.”

    420 - “Two of One”

    420 - “Two of One”

    Covering “Two of One.”

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

MinmoMaximo ,

The Return of the Best Star Trek Podcast

I couldn’t believe my own eyes when I saw a new episode pop up on my podcast feed. Post Atomic Horror mix of both hilarious ribbing through the ages of Star Trek that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but still delivers genuine insight into the episodes and their topics. I don’t think I could have made it through the end of Voyager and Enterprise without their bits and commentary to add to the experience. I am so excited to hear their thoughts on the rest of Picard and Discovery plus any of the newer shows on the way. Give this one a listen if you who want to revisit series old or explore the latest offerings with a quality format and great chemistry and flow from the hosts. Post Atomic Horror is a funny and worthwile companion through the ages of Trek.

LbjBBC ,

Best Star Trek Podcast

Al & Matt offer the perfect balance of insight and humor in this podcast, and it's the best Star Trek podcast I've managed to find. I just finished a DS9 rewatch, and listening to the episodes in between helped me gain a better appreciation of the series as the whole. They often catch tiny character insights or moments that I often miss on first viewing. Their humor, although crass, is very enjoyable and complements their analysis rather than overpowering it. I especially enjoy Matt's Rom impression, bruther. Love you guys!

Oakwoodguy ,

Great show!

I’m currently enjoying the Voyager episodes.

Your anguish sustains me.

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