Hello O-Deck! I know i haven’t been active miuch around these parts but I’m hoping to change that up. I plan to be a bigger contributor this year, starting with this little topic I thought of during a recent rewatch on TNG S3.
We need an Open Thread around these parts. Since this is Election Day, i figured it would be fun to see we in the USA compare in government to other races from our favorite sci-fi shows and films. Of course since this is an Open Thread, discuss whatever else you want.
It’s Weekday and that means it’s time for Midweek Trivia. Today, we look at a classic Next Generation episode, “The Wounded”
I saw a woman at the supermarket this afternoon wearing a shirt with this familiar striped pattern on it. I thought for sure it must be similar but couldn’t possibly be what I thought it was.
With such amazingly awful candidates in season one or two (space Arabs?) you’d expect the worst storyline to ever air was in one of those, but no, the later seasons had their fair share of stinkers too (space Native Americans?). However, specifically, this is a subplot storyline that carries on between two episodes in…
Born in 1862. It’s been awhile since we’ve had a Nobel Prize winner. Shared the 1915 Physics award with his son “for their services in the analysis of crystal structure by means of X-rays.”
In the embedded clip: To help Sheldon get past his embarrassment over blundering into a scientific breakthrough on Thursday's The Big Bang Theory, Amy asked Wil Wheaton to talk about his past feelings on living in Wesley Crusher's shadow.
Anyone going to a showing of this? I stumbled onto it (while looking for a matinee showtime of that Dwayne Johnson/Anthony Mackie piece of alright) just now, and I don't even know how good it's supposed to be.