Captain Liam Shaw: The Most Misunderstood Character of Star Trek: Picard, Season 3

Oh Captain Shaw, how much I love your character and anxiously look forward to each week’s installment of Star Trek: Picard this season, and honestly…it’s mostly because of you! Please be advised that the following includes massive amounts of spoilers for Season 3 of Star Trek: Picard. Consider yourselves warned, proceed at your own risk.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds…Midpoint, Season 1 Thoughts

So I wanted to take a few minutes here and give an update on how this first season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is going since Paramount gave them a ten episode first season and the fifth episode was just dropped yesterday (June 2nd), which of course, I watched last night. The following paragraphs contain a few spoilers for the first five episodes of Strange New Worlds, so consider yourself warned!

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Marking Out w/Marc and Dee 12/29/15

This week on Marking Out, the part of Dee was played by “The Professor” Scott Tison and we interviewed’s Stuart Carapola. We touched on how he drastically changed careers and got into working for Dave Scherer at PWInsider, his venture into writing e-books and his titles he currently has for sale on among with a slew of other really fun and interesting topics. As always, if you have any questions, requests or ideas for the show…please inbox me at: and I’ll probably even read your email on the air. Thanks for listening!

The Passing of Leonard Nimoy #LLAP

The Star Trek world lost one of it’s founding fathers this past Friday when Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock) passed away at the age of 83. I know when I read the news that I immediately felt a sense of emptiness as my heart just sank. I never knew the guy personally or even met him at a Star Trek Convention, but I was a devoted fan of the man for just about as long as I can remember.

This will be the first time I’ve “Trekked Out” on here as all of my other posts have been about wrestling, sports or of a personal category, so please just bear with me here as I venture into my geekdom and give my thoughts on this man’s contribution to my love of his work

I have been, and forever shall be….your friend. – Mr. Spock

Growing up, I can remember watching reruns of Star Trek on Saturday afternoons with my dad. He introduced me to this world of interplanetary exploration and the positive outlook that Gene Roddenberry had for the  Continue reading “The Passing of Leonard Nimoy #LLAP”

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