Happy New Year 2018.
Our second show of the holiday season and we wish everyone a very Happy New Year! Zach and Ken review each of their top three Standard Orbit Podcasts from 2017. They add in a few honorable mentions to round-off this past year's slate of shows. We owe a lot of thanks to many of the guest hosts this past year in order to ensure we hit as many Monday launch dates as possible.
Looking ahead to Quentin Tarantino: we discuss some of his films and the possible approach he'll bring to Star Trek. We are hopeful that he will keep the Kelvin timeline crew intact so we can continue to enjoy the journey of Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise! We thank all of you for listening and hope you enjoy this week's and first of the New Year Episode!
Welcome to Standard Orbit! (00:01:23)
Our six favorites of 2017 (00:04:30)
Honorable Mentions (00:27:50)
Thank you to our guest hosts! (00:33:20)
Crossovers are coming (00:35:20)
Quentin Tarantino (00:36:10)
POTFM and Closing (00:39:04)
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