Wednesday, January 31, 2018


Star Trek TNG's 53rd episode "Booby Trap " is where Chief Engineer Geordi does his best to get it on with Christy on the holodeck.

 He spends several hours perfecting the ideal love-nest holodeck programme only for it to end without even scoring a kiss. - Why does Geordie have such lousy luck with women on the holodeck?

 We find out later when the USS Enterprise NCC 1701-D gets caught in an energy radiation trap. Curiously, a Promellian battle cruiser emerges unscathed and Picard is impressed but all is not what it seems. The battle cruiser is a relic left over from a war years ago.

Later daft begger Geordi, activates another hologram. Low and behold, the original designer of the Enterprise-D engines Dr Leah Brahms (Susan Gibney) springs up. After speaking to her, the guy figures, ouch, freezer woman, I've got to make a few technical adjustments to her original programming.

 Ah-ha So, with the wizardry of the Federation's flagship Enterprise, Geordie adds a few personal touches of his own to make" Leah the hologram" more receptive to his needs. Not bad huh? you sly devil Geordi, haha!!!

Of course the tweaks are all in the engineer's line of duty whos only trying to save the Enterprise from fatal exposure to space radiation. Isn't it sweet when your a Chief Engineer? Whatever happened to the rules and ethics pertaining to courting ladies on the holodeck? - but hey, Leah isn't complaining!

 Live a lot.... Get semi naked at the nightclubs or you haven't lived! LOL wheres the harm in having some fun, eh?


Live Long and Prosper!

Friday, January 26, 2018


What is one of The Greatest Moments In Science Fiction? 

Well Trekkers, I figure Christopher Nolan's 170 minute movie Interstellar (starring Matthew McConaughey, Ellen Burstyn, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain) does a stand up job boldly going where no father and daughter has trekked before taking us through the curvature of time and space. Here we have a humanist determined to save humanity but will he succeed?

Its a beautiful feature with a fascinating storyline taking the viewer through the thrilling greatness of our solar system. I know I was excited were you? Which areas of Earth do you believe have been visited by Aliens?  Yes, Aliens are in Interstellar.

So who were the Aliens really, aren't you curious?     

Live Long and Prosper.                                  

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Star Trek Discovery - The Wolf Inside

CBS have released Star Trek Discovery's 11th episode - The Wolf Inside.

 It turns out Burnham and Tyler locate a bunch of rebels.... but to spell it out

Aliens are a diverse bunch. Its not every day you run into Andorians, Vulcans, and Klingons!

Among them is Sarek, who mind-melds with Burnham, to confirm she isn't the real mirror captain?

Its a sweet trick, Vulcan Mind melds.... c'os Sarek timing is neat...  Meanwhile the planet is being heavily bombarded, at least some things never change in Star Trek.

 CBS spared no expense this time round. What do you think of Star Trek Discovery's bridge set designs? Are you enjoying Discovery's new trek through the stars or do you prefer the older ones?

Live Long and Prosper

Monday, January 08, 2018


Happy 2018, Trekkers! Here is a Best Sci-Fi TV Series list of all Time from Total Nerd at Do you agree with the configuration of this Sci Fi List?

At No 1, The Expanse rules the Galaxy over Star Trek: The Original Series trailing at No 6. Great space, thanks to SyFy, FX, CBS, Netflix and the CW, new Sci Fi shows premiere every year..... yet popular Science Fiction series like Star Trek Discovery (on Netflix tonight) continue to grow fan bases.

 Netflix has also contributed to the science fiction genre with their original series Stranger Things, which was met with rave reviews. You just can't get away from all this hyperspace and warpspeed. Can you? Curiously Star Trek Discovery is languishing in this Sci-Fi list.... but your geek will fix that now, won't it!

All you have to do is vote!  So make it so!

Nerd long and Prosper.
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