Ep 44 The Wrath of Khan : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

 

With one movie down and we’ve reached the best film to feature Khan Noonien Singh in it.  In what is the best entry in the franchise Kirk played by Bill Shatner starts to feel old on his birthday. While on board on a newly spruced up USS Enterprise, the crew get a distress call from an old ex of Kirk’s Carol Marcus about her project Genisis being taken away from her. Little do they know they are walking into a trap as an old enemy Khan is seeking revenge.

Will Becca, Chris, Dave and Charlie agree that this is the best in the series…. Stay tuned and find out.

Charlie has his own website and podcast called Films on Wax, please check it out and subscribe.

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Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return in Star Trek 3 : The Search for Spock

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Ep 43 Star Trek The Motion Picture : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

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Welcome as the Starship enterprise makes its first stop on its voyage with the first Star Trek film with the punchy title, The Motion Picture. In the first cinematic outing of the USS Enterprise is very true to the heart and soul of the show with added extended sequences of Kirk looking at a ship and spending ten minutes entering the mysterious cloud that is fast approaching earth destroying anything in its path.

Joining Becca, Chris and Dave on their Star Trek journey is fellow Star Trek fan Charlie Brigden as we talk about what we like and what we didn’t like about whether the odd films are always the weakest ones.

Charlie has his own website and podcast called Films on Wax, please check it out and subscribe.

You can follow us on BeccaChris and Dave on Twitter

Please send us an email at expectustotalk@gmail.com to give us any feedback or add your own thoughts on Star Trek or any other film series you’d like us to cover.

You can find us on iTunes and Stitcher and if you like us leave us a lovely review as it helps us grow. If that wasn’t enough, you can even you can follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return in Star Trek 2 : The Wrath of Khan

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Ep 42 Star Trek Introduction Episode : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

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Another franchise over and we’re ready for another adventure… this time into space. As we prepare for our journey we bring along a guest with us. Joining our crew for this adventure we are joined by Charlie Brigden.

This episode we talk about Star Trek as the TV show before we take on the cinematic series. Charlie runs down some of the best episodes of the Original Series and the Next Generation that are considered the best and relate to the films themselves.

TOS Episodes

  • Where No Man Has Gone Before
  • The Menagerie,
  • Balance of Terror
  • The Galileo Seven
  • Space Seed
  • The Devil in the Dark
  • Amok Time
  • City on the Edge of Forever
  • A Piece of the Action

TNG Episodes

  • The Measure of a Man
  • Q-Who
  • The Best of Both Worlds
  • Family,
  • Unification
  • The Inner Light
  • Tapestry
  • All Good Things.

 

It won’t be necessary to watch these episodes as we’ll talk about the films themselves, more of a light suggestion with your viewing.

Charlie has his own website and podcast called Films on Wax, please check it out and subscribe.

You can follow us on BeccaChris and Dave on Twitter

Please send us an email at expectustotalk@gmail.com to give us any feedback or add your own thoughts on Star Trek or any other film series you’d like us to cover.

You can find us on iTunes and Stitcher and if you like us leave us a lovely review as it helps us grow. If that wasn’t enough, you can even you can follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return in Star Trek The Motion Picture

 

 

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