This week, we're resuming our commentary of one of the most democratically sexy movies ever. We put down our soggy Tiger Beat to acknowledge that a nine year marriage is really long for Hollywood. Minh's sudden onset of fandom is so intense, it's all he can do to keep throwing up a little. We're most of the way through the movie already, so that gives us a chance to slow things down and appreciate the finer things. Some of those finer things: Box Office Trivia, memories of seeing our friends in person, personal joints, and Correction Corner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're greasing the wheels of Warped by letting Erin pick our traditional end-of-season diversion from the normal weekly Trekscapade. The reward for her patience: arguably the most important and iconic movie of the 90's, "Cruel Intentions." Within the first 15 minutes of the movie, there is a reference to Captain Picard, and really, that's more then enough justification for us to watch it. There's a lot of sexual energy on the show this week as we revel in some hormonal teenage nostalgia and celebrate the fifth most important character in the movie, "The Pool." For those with a sensitivity to mentions of Ryan Phillippe's butt, listener discretion is advised. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Everyone likes a quiz, so let's find out what we smell like to vampires. We bid a fond, albeit temporary, farewell to Dr. Crusher. Minh tries to fire Philippe's producers. Matt experiences a sexual awakening sometime during the 150-year run of "The Facts of Life." Over the years, Jared Leto has slowly crawled his way from the table into the box, but it's unlikely he'll be there for long. Erin gives us her rundown of TNG Season 1's best characters. Sneak Peak: Worf makes the list!Another season of Star Trek on the books! Next stop: season 2 of The Next Generation with a brief layover in "Cruel Intentions." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There's a shake-up in the Warped crew as we go out for a fun romp with some musty Klingon warriors. Our recording aligns with the release of the new Lower Decks animated Star Trek show, and we tease our own future enjoyment of it. What kind of a bender are you? Am I asking that correctly? Like, what would you prefer to bend? Rocks? Erin talks about her preferred type of murderer for getting some good sleep, and her deep IKEA trauma. In a stroke of unbridled capitalism, we anticipate the release of all-new, completely rehashed Twilight books. Enjoy the show, where we drag you down, but in a good way. Like a whale. Does a whale drag you down? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.