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Cupid's Now Time

While The Orville is generally a mixture of drama and comedy, it showed last night that in the comedy department at least it can outdo Star Trek. The occasional comedy episode of any Star Trek series is usually pretty awkward but in a homage to the “Naked Time” and “Naked Now” episodes of Star Trek and Star Trek: TNG

Disco Inferno

So I guess disco does live on in the Federation imagination—this week’s new Star Trek Discovery, “Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad”, featured “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees in the form of a sample in a song by Funkmaster. So maybe they just don’t know it used to belong to a genre called disco? Maybe they don’t…

The Good Sex Egg

There shouldn’t be any mistaking The Orville for a parody now, though I’m sure people still will. Last night’s new episode, “About a Girl”, is the third written by Seth MacFarlane, making that three more episodes written for The Orville than MacFarlane’s written for Family Guy in the past ten years. It presents the…

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