Besides a grand new ship, one thing The Next Generation introduced fans to was an amazing new technology called the holodeck. Essentially a blank slate for the writers, it allowed our ship and crew to be put in situations that they never would have otherwise. In this episode of Earl Grey hosts Phillip Gilfus, Darren Moser, and Daniel Proulx discuss the technology as well as the stories and plot devices that were made possible by the holodeck.
Phillip Gilfus, Darren Moser, and Daniel Proulx
The Science of Illusion Favorite Holodeck Episodes Is It Worth The Risk? Final Thoughts
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Troi's Dishonor. Discussion on Counselor Troi's assaults and how they were portrayed on The Next Generation.
Durinda Wood Interview. Interview with TNG season 2 costume designer Durinda Wood.
Best and Worst Will Riker Moments. Amy, Justin, and guest Wes Huntington list their choices for best and worst Riker moments.
Favorite Character Moments from Nemesis. Each host lists their three favorite character moments from Nemesis.
The Lost Episodes, Part 5. Discussion on the never-produced episode of The Next Generation called "Blood and Fire."
Weapons of TNG, Part 2. Discussion on ship weapons, both Federation and non-Federation.
Captain Jellico. Discussion on Jellico's command style and effectiveness in the "Chain of Command" two-parter.
Favorite Character Moments from Insurrection. Each host lists their three favorite character moments from Insurrection.
Favorite Badass Troi Moments. We discuss our favorite moments showing Deanna Troi as tough and uncompromising.
The Lost Episodes, Part 4. Discussion on the never-produced episode of The Next Generation called "The Crystal Skull."