This week on Educating [Geeks] geek hosts Alice and Andrea discuss J.R.R. Tolkien‘s 1937 classic The Hobbit with Cassie and Megan. Alice enjoys the straightforward adventure story and Andrea recognizes a familiar figure in one of the characters.
When people write about/talk about the costumes from the Star Trek: The Original Series, it is usually about either the women’s costumes or the dress uniforms. William Ware Theiss was the costume designer for all three seasons of TOS and went on to design The Next Generation as well. His designs of women’s clothes led to the creation of the Theiss Titillation Theory. The trope states: the sexiness of an outfit is directly proportional to the possibility that a vital piece of it might fall off.
But in this post I would like to talk about the much less discussed men’s costumes, and I am not talking uniforms here.
All The [Trek] E36 – TOS “That Which Survives,” “The Lights of Zetar,” “Requiem for Methuselah,” & “The Way to Eden”
This week on All The [Trek] Bri reviews “That Which Survives,” “The Lights of Zetar,” “Requiem for Methuselah,” and “The Way to Eden” from Star Trek: The Original Series.
Your one stop shop for a listing of the Winter 2014/2015 Genre TV premieres. We’ve got the day, time, channel and a link to view the trailer for upcoming genre tv premieres all in one handy spot. Geek hosts Megan and Cassie toss in some quick comments as well. Let us know what you are planning to watch in the comments and/or on social media!
Last week on Educating [Geeks] I introduced Alice, Andrea and special guest Jonathan from Lightning Octopus to thatgamecompany’s game Journey. We wanted to bring you our weekly drinking game rules podcast, but sadly we lost the audio file. But we still created a drinking game, so here it is in text form!