G & T Show 27 – The Purple Flute Giggles
The G & T Show Episode 27: The Purple Flute Giggles is now available for download. Get it here. In honor of the quickly approaching release of Star Trek Online Free To Play, this week they discuss which Star Trek episode they would like to see turned into a Star Trek Online mission — the full list of episodes will be included later. Ask Dayton #13 – About the Captains has been released.
Teri begins the show with the announcement that she is now an editor for Airlock Alpha and is now involved in their bi-weekly podcast, Alpha Waves Radio. The conversation shifts towards football. Teri’s team, the San Francisco 49ers won their game, while Nick looked forward to watching his New York Giants game later in the day. Nick shifted the conversation to Industrial Light and Magic throwing in easter eggs into JJ’s film and pointed out that the Millenium Falcon made an appearance in First Contact.
Before moving on to the new JJ Abrams Star Trek movie, they remind everyone to support Mary Czerwinski’s bid to Make Me Dehner. Principle filming has begun! Then, Nick asked Teri for a Star Trek Reunion update. The project has been delayed once again due to technical issues involving a recent demorecord bug, but apparently, a work around has been found. With that, they move on to Star Trek Las Vegas and all the new people have been added, including: JG Hertzler (Martok), Robert O’Reilly (Gowron), Connor Trinneer (Tripp), Dominic Keating (Reed), Steven Culp (Major Hayes), Martha Hackett (Seska), and many others.
Nick provides us with his plans to attend Shoreleave 2012 just a few days preceeding STLV. But before that, he will be at Farpoint 2012 on Febuary 18th, where he will be interviewing authors: Keith RA Decandido, Michael Jan Friedman, Bob Greenberger, and others. After Nick gets emotional and mentions the friendships he had developed with the audience, they move on to this week’s Ask Dayton #13 – About the Captains.
On the heels of the Ask Dayton, they moved on to this week’s topic, which came out of Star Trek Online’s Community Manager, Brandon Felczer: Which Star Trek episode would you like to see turned into a Star Trek Online Mission? Before beginning their list of favorite Star Trek episodes, a severe case of the giggles usurped the conversation. In order to get over it, Nick announced that he began watching Voyager with the intention of beating Teri to the finalle. And so the race begins. Who do you think will make it to the finalle first, Nick or Teri? Finally getting back on track, they finally began their discussion with Enterprise and continue through the series in order.
- The Entire Series (Teri & Nick)
- Incident At P’Jem (Teri)
- These Are the Voyages (Nick)
- Northstar (Nick)
- Carpenter Street (Nick)
- Tholian Web (Teri)
- The Corbonite Manuever (Teri)
- A Piece of the Action (Nick)
- Specter of the Gun (Nick)
- A Fist Full of Datas (Teri)
- Unification Part II (Teri)
- Face of the Enemy (Teri)
- The Next Phase (Teri)
- Conspiracy (Nick)
- The Wounded (Nick)
- Timescape (Nick)
- Entire Series (Teri & Nick)
- Our Man Bashir (Teri)
- Seige of AR-558 (Teri)
- Nor the Battle to the Strong (Nick)
- Empok Nor (Nick)
- Macrocasm (Teri)
- The Chute (Teri)
- The Killing Game (Nick)
- Threshold (Nick)
- The Bride of Chaotica (Nick).
After going through their list, they talk about the City on the Edge of Forever episode and STO’s City on the Edge of Never mission.
Teri introduced us to Trelaine, her tribble, before Nick mentions the response to last week’s and this week’s Massively articles. She discussed the upcoming interview with Cryptic Developer, Al Rivera, who had sat down with her and the hosts of Podcast UGC to specifically address the issues that last week’s article brought up. The interview will be aired Tuesday evening on Trek Radio and JustinTV at 6pm PST / 9pm EST and will be posted to Starbase UGC the following day. Then, they discuss the immenient Star Trek Online Free To Play on January 17th. They recount some of their experiences when they logged into the game for the first time and some of the more notable changes to the game since its release.
Finally, they talk about their website, G & T Show.com and the recent changes that have taken place. It now sports a cleaner design and includes a Star Trek Las Vegas Countdown Clock. The book club has gotten a new name. It’s now called Sisko’s Bookshelf. Foundry Gems has been updated. Teri recommends STO players to check out CaptPFDennis’ mission: Chronitons and Klingons. Teri’s Fan Fic Pick has been updated as well and features SL Walker’s On the Nature of Wind, a fan fiction series revolving around Montgomery Scott beginning in the Academy. Nick has mentioned the new intro and the additions that our download listeners are privy to with the new episodes. They thank Warp 11 for allowing us to use their music in our opening segment. Finally, Nick brings up Tales of the Dominion War, which will be discussed soon; although they couldn’t entirely agree whether it should be next week or with the author, Keith RA DeCandido … So stay tuned.
Teri revealed that January 23rd marks the Chinese New Year. It’s the year of the Dragon. Nick reveals his … well, let’s just say that you’ve got to hear it for yourself! After erupting into uncontrollable giggles, they do eventually get back on track to ask everyone to support Mary Czerwinski by telling JJ to put her in the movie. Finally, Chase Masterson is involved in a new independent film project called, “R.U.R.” She’ll be interviewed for the Airlock Alpha podcast, Alpha Waves Radio. It will be aired on Trek Radio on January 26th and Alpha Waves Radio. Support this project.
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