Fran Taylor, Tamia Harper, and Subrina Wood discuss in depth, the first three episodes of Star Trek Picard. Listen as they go into their favorite lines and aspects of plots that resonated with Black women. Sound engineer: DoS The Anonymous 1 Production.
Fran, Tamia, and Subrina continue their deep dive in the middle episodes of the first season of Star Trek Picard.
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Tamia, Fran T, and Subrina delve into #107 which is a break in the action of Picard's journey. Correction: Helen of Troy is from the Iliad, not the Odyssey. Thanks to our terrific sound engineer DoS The Anonymous 1 Production. You can reach him at email@example.com
In this there is a mini art history lesson, shout outs to the second unit crew, FranT's love of Miss Ryan, and Tamia's onpoint head scatchers. Will the Sistas like the end of dear friend?
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The SyFy Sistas kick off Black History Month, 2021, as guest hosts on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network. The topic for this honor is, of course, a session discussing the sista who start it all, Lt. Uhura.
We said we had a BIG surprise and it is epic. Our very first guest is none other than Mr. Cirroc Lofton who played Jake Sisko on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Happy Valentine's Day!
From Kirk and Spock to Burnham and ??? What makes this unique and critical relationship work. What characteristics are common to the leaders of each franchise, and what makes their union stand out? Join Fran T, Tamia, and Subrina for a discussion of the dynamic duos of Star Trek.
The Sistas discuss the impact of the 1997 TV movie Cinderella, starring Brandy Norwood and Whitney Houston, on multiple generations of Black women. Did the Whitney Houston production of this classic fairy tale with its color-blind cast help lay the foundation for Black leading ladies to come?
It’s STNG’s fan-favorite “Darmok” and an episode of Doctor Who called “Midnight.” Both episodes examine the frustration and fear induced by the inability to communicate. But the REALdrama is will J.D.’s diabolical episode pairing turn Tamia and Subrina into Tardis-loving Whovians?
Latina/Klingon B'Elanna Torres of Star Trek: Voyager and Belter Naomi Nagata of The Expanse are our favorite chief engineers. Besides being two of the smartest characters in sci-fi, they also have enthralling story arcs that border on 'messy.' But who would want with you in a firefight?