Much science news for the team this week: Inflatable space stations, genetic engineering, NASA’s warp drive hijinks, force fields, and more–including a great detour into a Star Trek Enterprise chat! Then we round things out with some entertainment news on Jurassic World, Galaxy Quest, and the new Stargate trilogy.
And Sam recounts the entire plot of Gattaca.
New Star Wars and Terminator trailers are on the Super High Sci-Fi triumvirate’s hive mind this week! After debating whether or not Terminator films should even be made anymore and if JJ Abrams can regain Clark’s trust, the trio has a rambling roundtable of pro-bono advice for Sci-Fi TV producers about the pitfalls of replacing characters mid-show.
Sam is free at last from his Carbonite prison and joins Grant and Clark to talk all about SyFy’s return to being, well, about Sci-Fi! And we manage to solve the Hugo Awards controversy in under an hour to boot!
Clark and Grant are back to finish what they started. Except this time…it’s personal. It’s time to settle this once and for all: Which Star Trek film is the worst?!
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It’s a busy Easter for Clark and Grant! Exciting news about space exploration, Clark giving NASA credit for kitchen appliances, and the first half of an epic challenge: Ranking the Star Trek films from dead neutral to awesome! Don’t worry, neutral to awful is next week.
Clark and Grant do their best to navigate some exciting news about virtual reality and share their picks for the best Star Wars EU stories.
New Star Wars books: http://www.blastr.com/2015-3-26/here-how-six-new-star-wars-books-fit-film-timeline-and-what-theyre-about