Thursday, August 7, 2008

Anomaly Of Galaxy Quest

This week, Angela and I read emails from a few of our loyal listeners, talked about why you should never call an office at five pm on a Friday, described our Lucy and Ethel moment and discussed a future classic: Galaxy Quest.

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Check out this site for general inconsistencies in Star Trek. Thanks Chris. Maybe this would make a good episode topic.

Here's a link where you can see the Millenium Falcon in Star Trek: First Contact,
the Enterprise in Battlestar Galactica, and an assundry of Star Trek vessels in Firefly.

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1 comment:

Scyo said...


I wanted to respond to your comment on my blog (comicxpress).

I've heard everything that you mentioned (except "San Antone" of course). However, I've never actually been to Pleasanton, I have driven through it though.

I realize that some people in Texas have heavy accents but my main problem with "Texans" in movies is that they seem to be channeling the same "Texan" and I feel that the accents they use make them seem ignorant or I suppose as they'd say, "Ignant."

And I made an offensive offhand comment about the Minutemen, so apologies for that one.

Finally, thank you for reading my blog. And yes, I do plan on keeping the comic reviews coming. Later tomorrow or today since it's 12:45 am, I'll be taking a look at the comic that inspired the movie Wanted.