PAT TREK

PAT TREK

Patrick O'Rourke loves Star Trek: The Next Generation. Patrick Winegar has never seen it. As Pat O. introduces Pat W. to the series episode by episode, they discuss the good and the bad of Star Trek, and the strange universe that surrounds it.

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    S04E15: First Contact

    Pat and Pat talk First Contact (the episode, not the movie), where Riker's espionage mission to a pre-warp culture is exposed, and Picard must negotiate with an alien leader who sounds a lot like Unsolved Mysteries' Robert Stack.

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    Bonus: Starfleet Engage

    Today is a very important day, because today two things of note are happening...

    First, I get to meet our newest security team. They sound like upstanding young ensigns, and I can not wait to meet them.

    Second, I have been awaiting the arrival of Glaxxom, an Ambassador from Zadhira. We must talk soon for the stability of the entire region depends us reaching an understanding about his planet's history.

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    S04E14: Clues

    The Enterprise finds itself in a mystery of lost time, forcing Data to keep a secret from his captain against all odds, and the Pats to talk about beard growth measurement for several minutes.

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    S04 E 13: Devil's Due

    When the Enterprise answers a scrambled distress call, they unearth a planet in apocalyptic crisis, and a godlike flim-flammer, or "con artist", to use a more obscure term.

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    S4E12: The Wounded

    The Pats discuss The Wounded, where O'Brien comes to term with past trauma, the Federation chases down a war criminal from their own fleet, and Picard preserves a shaky peace with an alien race that we apparently should have known about.

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    S4E11: Data's Day

    This week, the Pats discuss Data's Day: an in-depth look of how Data navigates human relationships, deals with human customs, and avoids plunging the galaxy into years of war.

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    S4E10: The Loss

    In this episode, the Enterprise must navigate away from a dangerous anomaly in space, and Troi experiences a momentary loss of her powers, thanks to a heavy handed metaphor outside the ship.

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    S4E9: The Final Mission

    Carlos (The Dungeon Rats) and Aram (Godsfall) join the Pats to break down The Final Mission: an episode that gives us radiation mishaps, weird old miners, and the final regular cast appearance of Wesley Crusher

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    S4E8: Future Imperfect

    After Riker passes out in a cloud of toxic gas, he awakens in command of the Enterprise 16 years later (OR DOES HE?), then in the clutches of the dreaded Romulans (OR IS HE?)

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    S4E7: Reunion

    In Reunion, K'Ehelyr returns with the son that Worf never knew, Picard tries to mediate a struggle for the Klingon throne, and Pat O. mixes up the names of Michael Dorn and Michael Piller.

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    S4E6: Legacy

    Pat & Pat break down Legacy, where the Enterprise crew chases a distress signal to Turkana IV, discovers Tasha Yar's long-lost sister, and takes part in underground post-apocalyptic gang warfare.

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    S4E5: Remember Me

    A static warp bubble traps Dr. Crusher in an alternate reality, while the Enterprise crew struggle to bring her home by reminding her that time, space, and thought are All One Thing.

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    S4E04: Suddenly Human

    The Enterprise crew is forced into a delicate situation as a human-born foundling raised in an alien culture comes aboard. Cultural divides are bridged, a young man overcomes childhood trauma, and Picard gets stabbed in the chest (again).

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    S4E03: Brothers

    Two young boys on the Enterprise are forced to forgive and forget after a nearly fatal practical joke, while Data gets his brain hijacked and is forced to visit a planet of Brent Spiners.

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    S4E02: Family

    As the Enterprise gets repaired following its battle with the Borg, Worf reconnects with his parents, Wesley gets a recording from his dad, and Picard travels to France to wrestle his brother in a mud pit.

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    S4E01: The Best of Both Worlds, Pt. 2

    Pat, Pat, & Chris Geiger finish the thrilling conclusion of The Best of Both Worlds, where Riker proves his ability to command the Enterprise, and Data pulls a Jeff Goldblum on a fearsome alien mothership.

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    S3E26: Best of Both Worlds, Pt. 1

    Pat and Pat are joined by Chris Geiger to break down the thrilling conclusion of Season 3: the one where Picard gets a bunch of computer parts glued to his face.

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    S3E25: Transfiguration

    In this episode, the Enterprise crew rescues a mysterious crash victim who struggles to recover his memory and evolves into a phosphorescent Green Man costume.

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    S3E24: Menage a Troi

    In this episode, a rogue Ferengi kidnaps Lwaxana and Deanna Troi, Riker beats up a badguy with his chess skills, and Captain Picard yells some Shakespeare.

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    S3E23: Sarek

    In Sarek, a legendary diplomat shows up on the Enterprise to negotiate a difficult treaty, while Pat & Pat mistake a vat of goo for the real villain in the episode: getting old as hell.

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    S3E22: The Most Toys

    Pat and Pat dive in to The Most Toys, where an evil art thief has captured Data to add to his priceless collection of paintings, sculptures, and rare puppetry.

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    S3E21: Hollow Pursuits

    In Hollow Pursuits, Pat and Pat explore an episode where the Engineering crew must solve a mysterious warp drive malfunction with the help of a socially awkward junior officer (hopefully before reporting him to HR).

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    S3E20: Tin Man

    Zack Mast returns to Pat Trek to talk about Tin Man, an episode where a powerful Betazoid bonds with a living ship, crawls inside its weird hollow body, and blows himself up.

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    S3E19: Captain's Holiday

    The Pats break down Captain's Holiday, where Picard takes a much-needed vacation, goes on an archaeological dig, and buys some nice interstellar erotic art for his pal Riker.

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    S3E18: Allegiance

    The Pats break down Allegiance, where Picard is kidnapped by some very rude aliens, a space warthog tries to eat his cellmate, and a Picard doppelgänger tries to fly the Enterprise into a star.

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    S3E17: Sins of the Father

    In Sins of the Father, Chelsea from the Long Trek Home podcast joins the Pats to recap the drama, intrigue, and thrills of a Klingon circuit appeals court.

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    S3E16: The Offspring

    With The Offspring, Pat and Pat use Star Trek to ask the tough questions, such as: What makes a family a family? What is a sentient being? Do people on the Enterprise use scissors to cut their hair, or some kind of laser thing?

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    S3E15: Yesterday's Enterprise

    In Yesterday's Enterprise, Pat and Pat (mostly Pat W) struggle to make sense of an alternate timeline where the Federation is in a 20-year war, and Tasha Yar returns to not let herself die such a dumb, meaningless death.

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    Star Trek Adventures 2 Pt. 1

    Join the Pats, Chris, Stephen, Zack, and Lindsay on the second installment of the Star Trek Adventures tabletop game. The crew of the USS Venture embark on their first mission: delivering supplies to station Epsilon III. Will everything go according to plan? Probably not, because that would be boring.

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    S3E14: Matter of Perspective

    ​In Matter of Perspective, Pat and Pat discuss another courtroom in space episode that starts strong and gets muddled with some questionable writing choices towards the end. They lighten the mood with some dueling Andy Rooney impersonations.

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    S3E13: Deja Q

    ​Pat, Pat, and Brian Sebby break down Deja Q, a thrilling episode where the Federation must stop a moon from crashing into a planet, Q learns what feelings are, and the Enterprise security yet again just let any rando waltz into the shuttle bay.

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    S3E12: The High Ground

    The Pats try to decide who truly has the high ground in this season 3 Melinda Snodgrass political thriller. Is it the terrorist organization with no unifying cause, or the police state they inhabit?

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    S3E11: The Hunted

    ​Aram of Godsfall and Dungeon Rats fame joins the Pats to discuss The Hunted, an episode that attempted to confront serious issues of PTSD and veterans' rights with extended scenes of awkward grappling.

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    S3E10: The Defector

    Pranks from Never Tell Me the Pods sits down with Pat and Pat to talk about The Defector, a gripping episode full of Romulan/Federation intrigue, Shakespeare, and the worst spy in the galaxy.

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    S3E9: The Vengeance Factor

    This week, the Pats break down The Vengeance Factor, a fun romp of an episode where the Enterprise crew must make peace between warring factions of civilized Vice Principals and the rag-tag Party Dude Burnouts.​

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    S3E8: The Price

    By special request, Lindsay returns to Pat Trek to discuss an uncharacteristically panned 3rd season episode: The Price, where the Federation must negotiate against wily Ferengi and Troi is seduced by Lloyd from Seinfeld.

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    S3E7: The Enemy

    ​In this week's Pat Trek, Geordi makes peace with a Romulan foe while the Enterprise narrowly avoids war. Also, Pat and Pat confuse Teddy Roosevelt with Joe Don Baker.

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    S3E6: Booby Trap

    On "Booby Trap", Grant joins Pat and Pat to discuss an episode featuring Geordie's ethically questionable use of the Holodeck, and yet another ancient space curse.

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    S3E5: The Bonding

    In The Bonding, Pat and Pat find a very emotionally heavy episode of Star Trek, where Worf must deal with the responsibilities of command, an alien being of pure energy invades the ship, and everybody talks about their dead parents.

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    S3E4: Who Watches the Watchers

    This week, Pat and Pat discuss Who Watches the Watchers, pore over the true meaning of the Prime Directive, and argue for five minutes straight about whether or not the Enterprise medical staff can heal an arrow wound.

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    S3E3: The Survivors

    Pat and Pat get back to watching TNG with an episode about a guy who wants to be left alone, Worf enjoying some tea, and a mystery that Picard must solve.

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    S3E2: Ensigns of Command

    Lindsay Baish-Flynn returns to Pat Trek to recap Ensigns of Command: an episode where Data learns how to use brute force to solve his problems and Picard and Troi outwit a sentient sleeping bag.

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    S3E1: Evolution

    Pat and Pat dive into Season 3 with Evolution, an episode where we find Dr. Beverly Crusher returning to the Enterprise and Wesley's weird nerd habits almost destroying the ship (again).

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    S2E22: Shades of Gray

    Alcohollywood's Clint Worthington returns to help the Pats close out the 2nd season with Shades of Gray. A mysterious illness takes hold of Commander Riker, forcing him to relive every time he faced imminent danger or arousal.

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    S2E20: The Emissary

    Pat and Pat finally get to The Emissary (out of proper order), an episode where the Enterprise crew must pacify a ship full of recently awoken Klingons, and Worf gets busy in the holodeck.

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    BONUS: Star Trek Adventures pt 3

    It's the final installment of our BONUS series! Thanks for playing Star Trek Adventures with us. We can't wait to do it again.

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    S2E21: Peak Performance

    Oooops, with all the holiday rush we screwed up. Pat accidentally skipped The Emissary. Sorry, we will make it up next week.

    In Peak Performance, the Pats finally get to see what happens when Riker and Picard match wits in a battle simulator, and Data and some guy with gills go head to head in a board game with milking attachments on it.

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    BONUS: Star Trek Adventures pt 2

    It's part two of our special three part series! Will the ensigns find the science station? Or will their fear hold them back?

    For more information on the game, visit Modiphius Entertainment.

    Playing with the Pats are Chris Geiger, Lindsay Baish, and Stephen Kropa.

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    BONUS: Star Trek Adventures pt 1

    We got our hands on the alpha version of the Star Trek Adventures Tabletop RPG from Modiphius Games. We had a blast playing it, so Pat O. couldn't help himself and edited together a special 3 part mini-series.

    Playing with the Pats are Chris Geiger, Lindsay Baish, and Stephen Kropa.

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    S2E19: Manhunt

    Surena Marie from The Dungeon Rats joins the Pats to watch Manhunt, an episode featuring the return of Lwaxana Troi, a Dixon Hill holodeck adventure, and a certain British soft-rock star in a full-body alien fish costume.

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    S2E18: Up the Long Ladder

    In Up the Long Ladder, pandemonium erupts on the Enterprise as hundreds of ethnic stereotypes from a Thomas Nast cartoon seek refuge on the ship. Pat and Pat dissect this poorly received second season episode, full of dropped subplots, broad comedy, and clones.

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    S2E17: Samaritan Snare

    Ben Vigeant of Space Lincoln joins Pat and Pat to talk about Samaritan Snare, an episode packed with personal revelations from Captain Picard and villains from the 1991 Dan Aykroyd film Nothing but Trouble.

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    S2E16: Q Who

    This week's Pat Trek sees the return of both Chris Geiger and Q in Q Who, an episode featuring everyone's favorite multidimensional trickster, as well as the first appearance of the Borg (and baby Borglings).

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    S2E15: Pen Pals

    In Pen Pals, the Pats break down an episode where Wesley takes his first command, the Enterprise crew saves a planet from destruction, and everyone wrings their hands over the Prime Directive for 40 minutes.

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    S2E14: Icarus Factor

    In The Icarus Factor, Pat and Pat dig deep into Riker's relationship with his father, Klingon bar-mitzvahs, and wrestling your dad.

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    S2E13: Time Squared

    In Time Squared, the Enterprise crew gets thrown for a loop once again by the complexities of space time. Pat and Pat break down a mostly forgettable episode where Picard murders his future self and Riker screws up scrambled eggs.

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    S2E12: The Royale

    Eric Scull guest stars on Pat Trek to discuss one of his favorite episodes: The Royale. Once again, the Enterprise crew is trapped in a film noir story full of swaggering gangsters, high-rolling gamblers, and terrible dialog (but on purpose this time).

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    S2E11: Contagion

    The Pats continue their slog through middling season two episodes with Contagion. After the USS Yamato mysteriously explodes while studying an ancient alien graveyard, the Enterprise crew must uncover clues as to what destroyed their sister ship (SPOILER: it was the ancient alien graveyard).

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    S2E10: The Dauphin

    Coming down off the high of Measure of a Man, Pat and Pat trudge through a more forgettable episode: The Dauphin. The Enterprise crew handles some delicate alien diplomacy, Wesley falls in love with a shapeshifter, and the Holodeck is surprisingly used for something other than death or sex.

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    S2E9: Measure of a Man

    Brian Sebby returns to Pat Trek to talk about one of TNG's most critically acclaimed episodes: Measure of a Man. Data fights for his legal rights as a person, Picard reunites with an old flame, and Pat W. struggles not to laugh at the words "JAG officers".

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    S2E8: Matter of Honor

    The Pats recap A Matter of Honor, a fast-paced, action-packed episode where Riker has an adventure on a real Klingon vessel, not a Holodeck sex fantasy or a sad desert.

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    S2E7: Unnatural Selection

    Cinemajaw's Matt Kubinski joins the Pats to dissect Unnatural Selection, an episode featuring everyone's favorite single-season filler character, Dr. Pulaski.

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    S2E6: The Schizoid Man

    Peaches & Hot Sauce's own Schuyler Weinberg talks with the Pats about The Schizoid Man, an episode where the Enterprise crew learns about what it means to be human. Also, Data gets a horny old man stuck in his android brain.

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    S2E5: Loud as a Whisper

    Pat W and Pat O try their hand at diplomacy in Loud as a Whisper, an early Season 2 episode where viewers learn a lesson about sign language, a war is (maybe) averted, and not much else happens.

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    S2E4: The Outrageous Okona

    Pat W.'s older brother Thomas guests on this week's edition of Pat Trek to talk about the Outrageous Okona, an early season 2 episode with a CBS version of Han Solo and special appearance by Joe Piscopo for some reason.

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    S2E3: Elementary, Dear Data

    Once again, the Enterprise crew nearly destroys themselves by playing dress-up in the Holodeck. Carlos Luna joins Pat and Pat to chat about Elementary, Dear Data, the nature of life itself, and why Starfleet installed this death machine on the ship in the first place.

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    S2E2: Where Silence Has Lease

    Lindsay Baish-Flynn returns to the show to talk to Pat and Pat about Where Silence Has Lease, a bizarre episode that finds the Enterprise crew trapped in a black hole by a sadistic late-80s CGI face.

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    S2E1: The Child

    Pat and Pat begin the journey into season two with "The Child", a confusing story that combines a deadly virus and an immaculately conceived space Jesus.

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    Pat Trek Beyond

    Pat, Pat, and Zack venture outside the studio and the TNG universe to see Star Trek Beyond, a summer flick that's one part Star Trek, seven parts action movie. (SPOILERS AHEAD)

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    S1E25: The Neutral Zone

    Pat and Pat sit down with Max Temkin of Cards Against Humanity to talk about "The Neutral Zone", the final episode in the long, strange journey of season one.

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    S1E24: Conspiracy

    Pat and Pat break down Conspiracy, the most violent and graphic episode of Star Trek TNG yet, chock full of mind control grubs, phaser shootouts, and an exploding pile of meat that once was a Starfleet officer.

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    S1E23: We'll Always Have Paris

    Pat and Pat explore the streets of Space France in "We'll Always Have Paris", an episode where Picard rekindles an old flame, Data travels through five seconds of time, and not much else happens.

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    S1E22: Skin of Evil

    Pat and Pat sit down with Jason Baker to talk about Skin of Evil, a controversial episode where not much happens, other than a main character getting killed by a puddle.

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    S1E21: Symbiosis

    Pat and Pat break down Symbiosis, an episode where the Enterprise takes on a planet full of drug-pushers, the Prime Directive is stretched to the limit, and Wesley enrolls in D.A.R.E.

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    S1E20: The Arsenal of Freedom

    Improviser TJ King and P&HS contributor Zack Mast join the Pats to discuss The Arsenal of Freedom--an episode in which LaForge's command skills are put to the test, and Picard outsmarts a homicidal chatbot.

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    S1E19: Heart of Glory

    Pat and Pat discuss one of season one's better episodes, Heart of Glory. This week, the Enterprise crew pick up a band of Klingon outlaws, Captain Picard almost kills his away team by babbling about Geordie's visor, and Worf finally delivers more than one or two lines for once.

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    S1E18: Coming of Age

    Brian Sebby returns to the show to discuss Coming of Age, a Wesley-centric episode that surprisingly holds up. This week, the Pats discuss a shadowy conspiracy threatening the Federation, and rigorous Academy exams that look a lot like hazing.

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    S1E17: Home Soil

    Pat W. literally phones in this episode of Pat Trek from vacation in Omaha to discuss Home Soil. In this episode, the Enterprise crew must solve a murder on a terraform base, and suffer the insults of a sentient talking rock.

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    S1E16: When the Bough Breaks

    Peaches and Hot Sauce contributor Zack Mast sits down with Pat and Pat to discuss When the Bough Breaks, an uncharacteristically good Season 1 episode, until it takes a bizarre turn in the third act.

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    S1E15: Too Short a Season

    This week, the Pats discuss Too Short a Season, an episode where a diseased Muppet must help Picard negotiate a hostage situation on an alien planet, raising big questions about the Prime Directive.

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    S1E14: 11001001

    The Enterprise takes a break from deep space exploration to get upgrades from an alien race of binary cybernetic creatures. Alcohollywood's Clint Worthington sits down with the Pats to talk about Bynars, Starfleet, and Riker's questionable use of the Holodeck.

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    S1E13: Angel One

    This week, the Pats sit down with Kathryn Fallucco to discuss Angel One, a mysterious planet where the Enterprise crew must negotiate with a female-dominated oligarchy, rescue a rogue band of Men's Rights Activists, and control Riker's libido.

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    S1E12: Datalore

    This week, the Pats dig further in to the first season to discuss Data and his twin brother in Datalore. Where did Data come from? Why does he talk like that? Why was he built to resemble character actor Brent Spiner? Some of these questions will be answered, and more on this episode of Pat Trek.

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    S1E11: The Big Goodbye

    Finally, the Holodeck gets used for something other than a place for Riker to mope about girl problems, as Picard takes a virtual-reality vacation to live the life of a 1940s private eye. Brian Holden of Starkid joins Pat and Pat to discuss his Star Trek fandom and whether or not the Holodeck is actually an elaborate execution chamber.

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    S1E10: Haven

    Lindsay Baish joins Pat and Pat to talk about Haven, an episode supposedly set in the 24th century, but is clearly inspired by the 1980s. Deanna Troi deals with a surprise arranged marriage, big-haired aliens hail the Enterprise, and Armin Shimerman makes another Star Trek appearance as a talking silver box that poops out jewels.

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    S1E9: Hide and Q

    Stephen Kropa joins Pat and Pat to discuss the return of Star Trek's most famous transdimensional being in Hide and Q. Meanwhile, Riker is given godlike powers, which he surprisingly does not use for sex.

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    S1E8: The Battle

    On today's episode, Carlos Luna joins Pat and Pat to discuss the second appearance of the Ferengi in The Battle. Enemies come to the Enterprise bearing gifts, skeletons are pulled from dusty closets, and Picard gets tortured by a weird globe.

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    S1E7: Justice

    Vishnu Boray joins Pat and Pat in the studio to discuss the seventh episode of season one, Justice. In today's episode, the Enterprise encounters a living god, and Picard nearly ends Wesley's life by sending him to explore a quasi-fascist sex planet.

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    S1E6: The Lonely Among Us

    Pat O.'s mom and dad stop by the studio to talk about The Lonely Among Us and the O'Rourke family's love of Captain Picard. Pat W. gets further in to the universe of Star Trek in an episode full of beings of pure energy and slapstick alien cannibalism.

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    S1E5: Where No One Has Gone Before

    Pat and Pat venture where millions of viewers in 1987 have gone before as they review Where No One Has Gone Before, the fifth episode of Star Trek: TNG. Mel Fox joins the Pats as they wrap their heads around long-distance space travel and Wesley Crusher's messiah complex.

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    S1E4: The Last Outpost

    In The Last Outpost, an away team uncovers an ancient mystery planetside (again) and the Enterprise crew nearly dies (again). Join Pat, Pat, and The Nerdologues' Chris Geiger as they chat about TNG's fourth episode, as well as the first appearance of the Ferengi.

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    S1E3: Code Of Honor

    On this week's episode of Pat Trek, Pat & Pat finally come into agreement over Code of Honor, an almost universally panned episode of TNG. Special guest Brian Sebby joins the Patricks to pick apart the wreckage of this televised train wreck.

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    S1E2: The Naked Now

    Sean Kelley of Improvised Star Trek joins the Patricks to discuss The Naked Now. In this episode of Pat Trek, they debate whether the second installment of TNG was any good, as well as the ethics of programming a robot for sex.

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    S1E1: Encounter at Farpoint

    On September 28, 1987, Star Trek returned to television for the first time in almost 20 years with Encounter at Farpoint. In this episode, Patrick O. guides Patrick W. through the complexities of Starfleet, the mystery of Q, and why Jean-Luc Picard has a British accent.

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