G & T Show 58 – The Great Omega Debate
G & T Show 58 – The Great Omega Debate is now available for downloading. Please be sure to check it out here. Nick, Teri, and Mike are back with guests Oliver (CerberusFilms) and Xander. This week’s show begins with Neil Armstrong‘s immortal words from the moon. After brief introductions, they deliver mention an STLV update, an all new Ask Dayton, Teri’s Voyager Watch, and Listener Mail. They also discuss Star Trek writing, reality television, and engage in a heated debate about the Voyager episode Omega. They remind us that the G & T Show Kobayashi Maru Audio Drama Contest ends next week, and then there will be the start of G & T Show’s Leeta Short Story contest for a chance to win one of many Holo-Leeta Duty Officers for Star Trek Online. The story must feature Leeta from either DS9 or STO in order to be eligible to enter.
Show notes will be posted here later.
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