Genesis, TNG S7 E19 Review, The Battle Bridge
Apr26

Genesis, TNG S7 E19 Review, The Battle Bridge

Enterprise crew members de-evolve into prehistoric creatures after a medical treatment by Dr. Crusher goes wrong. Today James and Lou discuss (Genesis) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest host Marc Stamper. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and Paramount and is intended to be used under the Fair...

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Eye of the Beholder, TNG S7 E18 Review, The Battle Bridge
Feb11

Eye of the Beholder, TNG S7 E18 Review, The Battle Bridge

Counselor Troi’s investigation into the suicide of a crewman suggests a murder was committed aboard the Enterprise while it was being built, and that the murderer is still aboard. This show is dedicated to the memory of our friend, faithful listener and long time contributor to the Lou Trek Show and The Battle Bridge podcasts, Colin Higgins. We discuss his life and our thoughts on his death. It has hit me very hard, especially...

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Masks, TNG S7 E17 Review, The Battle Bridge
Dec21

Masks, TNG S7 E17 Review, The Battle Bridge

While investigating a rogue comet, the cultural archive concealed inside begins taking over both the Enterprise and Data. Today James and Lou discuss (Masks) and what we think of it.  Please note, Colin Higgins, a long time friend to the Lou Trek Show and Battle Bridge podcasts, was slated to be a part of this review.  Sadly, bowed out at the last minute, saying he wasn’t feeling well.  Days later, Colin took his own life.  I...

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Please read:  Re: The death of one of our greatest listeners and contributor, Colin Higgins.
Oct04

Please read: Re: The death of one of our greatest listeners and contributor, Colin Higgins.

Hello everyone. It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of a long time contributor to the Lou Trek Show as well as the Battle Bridge.  Colin Higgins was a legend in sci-fi podcasting. I have been reading a lot of things people have left about him. He touched people in ways I had no idea about. Colin lived in Warwickshire county in England. Being he was six hours ahead of me, it made friendships hard to really maintain....

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Thine Own Self, TNG S7 E16 Review, The Battle Bridge
Sep24

Thine Own Self, TNG S7 E16 Review, The Battle Bridge

Data suffers amnesia in a primitive society while Troi applies for a promotion. Today James and Lou discuss (Thine Own Self) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest host Chris Johnson. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and Paramount and is intended to be used under the Fair Use doctrine for the...

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Lower Decks, TNG S7 E15 Review, The Battle Bridge
Sep08

Lower Decks, TNG S7 E15 Review, The Battle Bridge

Junior officers speculate on the reasons for recent unusual actions taken by the command crew near the Cardassian border. Today James and Lou discuss (Lower Decks) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest host Colin Higgins. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and Paramount and is intended to be used...

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Sub Rosa, TNG S7 E14 Review, The Battle Bridge
Jul21

Sub Rosa, TNG S7 E14 Review, The Battle Bridge

Worf’s foster brother violates the Prime Directive by saving a group of villagers from a doomed planet. Today James and Lou discuss (Sub Rosa) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest hosts Chris “The Teacher” Johnson and Krys “Kieran MacDuff” Kujawa. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and...

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Homeward, TNG S7 E13 Review, The Battle Bridge
Jul17

Homeward, TNG S7 E13 Review, The Battle Bridge

Worf’s foster brother violates the Prime Directive by saving a group of villagers from a doomed planet. Today James and Lou discuss (Homeward) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest hosts Data Logan. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and Paramount and is intended to be used under the Fair Use...

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The Pegasus, TNG S7 E12 Review, The Battle Bridge
Jul10

The Pegasus, TNG S7 E12 Review, The Battle Bridge

When Riker’s first commanding officer comes aboard to aid in the search for the vessel they served on, he is forced to rethink the actions he took at that time. Today James and Lou discuss (The Pegasus) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest hosts Colin Higgins and Shawn Vanderloo. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used...

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Parallels, TNG S7 E11 Review, The Battle Bridge
Jul03

Parallels, TNG S7 E11 Review, The Battle Bridge

After Worf returns from a bat’leth tournament, he is the only person who notices subtle changes on the Enterprise. Today James and Lou discuss (Parallels) and what we think of it, with tonight’s guest host Shawn Vanderloo. Credit: Main Title Theme (TV Edit) was arranged by Dennis McCarthy and composed by Gerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage All audio used is copyrighted by CBS and Paramount and is intended to be used...

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