Star Trek has inspired people for generations, and you'll hear great examples of that today. First, harp musician and die-hard sci-fi/Trekkie Erin Hill joins the show to discuss how she's merged her music with fandom. This includes sci-fi and Star Trek songs, as well as a Star Trek blind date video.
Then, Dan Madsen (SvahaUSA.com) talks about launching the original Star Trek fan club and magazine. He shares fascinating memories and entertaining stories as part of his journey in Star Trek fandom, including:
How many times in your life have you talked about, "that guy/woman who played that character," but you couldn't remember their name? Well, James Hampton appeared in several movies and TV shows for over three decades, but people didn't always remember his name.
This was so common, Johnny Carson made his audience raise their right hand and pledge to remember the name - James Hampton. However, that funny story is just one of many interspersed in a Hollywood life that seems too good to be true.
If you're someone who knows his name from movies like Teen Wolf, Slingblade, The Longest Yard, and Condorman, or TV shows like F-Troop, Full House, Punky Brewster, The Rockford Files or others, you don't know the whole story. Mary Deese Hampton joins the show to discuss the entertaining and entertainment life of her husband James Hampton.
You'll hear some of the fun stories from his upcoming autobiography, What? And Give Up Show Business?, including:
As we continue to deal with the pandemic, people are staying home and watching more television and playing more video games. On today's episode, you'll get some video game suggestions from Aaron Carter (Before You Logg Off Podcast), as well as Tiffany Ojeda and Mia Dallas (Tandem Canon Podcast).
You'll hear about all kinds of games and platforms, including co-op games and titles where you play everything from the grim reaper to a shrunken person who might feel like their in a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids movie.
Later in the show, Scott recommends a binge-worthy show on Netflix - AMC's Into the Badlands, You'll also hear his interview with Sherman Augustus. Sherman is a former NFL football player turned actor who plays Nathaniel Moon in the series.
This week, San Diego Comic-Con goes virtual via SDCC at Home! Despite no in-person sessions or gatherings, you're still finding announcements for toy "exclusives".
Then, Nerd Contributors Dan Zehr (Coffee With Kenobi) and Britni Lamb (TipsByBrit) join Scott to discuss fan reactions, behaviors and influences.
This year, Back to the Future celebrated its 35th anniversary. However, it's not enough to nerd out about it. We have to add the other films in the trilogy!
In this episode:
We kick things off with some comments from James Tolkan (Principal Strickland) and Claudia Wells (Jennifer Parker) about their roles in the films. Then, 80s Nerd Culture Contributor Chris Clews joins Scott to take a deeper dive into the trilogy:
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