This is it, listeners! The Starbase breaks through Q’s pesky force field grid (complete with 1987 CGI goodness!) to finally hit 100!
How could they do it up right, you might ask? Why, by inviting some friends aboard for the party, of course! Smexiness reigns supreme on this episode, as the Admiral and Ro welcome aboard Boz and Casey from Here Goes Nothing fame to coordinate refreshments, and musical maestro Steven Cogswell to spin the tracks and keep the Starbase crew dancing well into the wee hours of night.
(No, it didn’t look like the rave scene from that Matrix movie. Although the Starbase crew would not protest if Gina Torres ever felt like coming on board and teaching us how to dance like that.)
In what might go down in history as the lewdest, most suggestive, one-handed-typingest episode of the Starbase, our intrepid crew try to tackle a topic of Centennial Celebration by discussing some of their favorite genre fiction television shows that also reached the 100-episode mark. Admittedly, not all the shows discussed are actually genre shows…but we guess you’re just going to have to listen to make that call for yourselves, aren’t you?
Along the way, we hear some fantastic audio comments, the Admiral brags about his Cogswell Box, we touch on Klingon Kleavage, someone please go back and CGI Commander Sela’s hair black before Ro blows a fuse!, why is Scully English now? (oh, wait, she’s not), purple-haired moon chicks, Maria Bello in leather pants, what was he about to say about Jorja?!?, Christina Hendricks and her spectacular contributions to the genre, and that infamous Lucy Lawless wardrobe malfunction…which is no longer available on YouTube, so enjoy this instead.
The Admiral and his crew would like to thank each and every one of you for joining us this far into the journey. We’ve got light years yet to go!