Michael’s back with a look ahead at
One of the real gems of TNG’s third season sees the Enterprise D reunited with the Enterprise C with disastrous results: a Klingon War, Tasha Yar’s return, and really, really terrible weapon belts on the standard uniforms. The TNG Rewatch for this week is “Yesterday’s Enterprise.”
Michael’s back with a book meant for a much younger audience for this week’s Bookish Wednesday. It’s The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster!
Michael’s back with this week’s Serial Saturday with the second entry in Jade’s adventures. It’s Siphon Volume 2 by Jay Boyce!
A group of violent separatists take Beverly Crusher hostage because they need a doctor, and while the Enterprise gets her back, no one leaves the planet unscathed. This week on TNG Rewatch, we revisit “The High Ground.”
Michael’s back with a topic he said he’d cover in his review of Final Fantasy XIV’s latest expansion for this week’s Video Game Tuesday. It’s all about Shadowbringers’ Lack of Healer!
Michael’s back with an old classic from the Gamecube era for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Super Monkey Ball!
The Enterprise and crew evaluate a planet applying for membership in the Federation. Everything looks good on the surface, even if the local population is a bit boring, until they discover that not everything is as it seems. This week’s TNG Rewatch revisits The Hunted.
Michael’s back with a movie adaptation of one of his favorite books for this week’s Movie Monday. It’s The Lincoln Lawyer!
Q has been defrocked by his fellows, and he seeks asylum from his favorite species, the particular breed of Human that inhabits the USS Enterprise. The rest of the crew are not so thrilled with their new passenger whose histrionics are distracting everyone from their efforts to save Bre’el IV from a misbehaving moon. TNG Rewatch Continues with Deja Q.