For this week’s episode, Dave and Yannick are joined once again by Michael Tunnell, from Destination Linux Network. They review the third (or second, depends on how you count them) episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Naked Now. They then talk about TNG in general, and also the origins of this particular episode. Plus, feedback!
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In this episode
- Yannick’s review of The Naked Now;
- We discuss of the first few episodes of TNG;
- Plus, the origins of this episode dating back to 1967!
- And we have feedback from Travis, via email
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