The Synthaholics crew take a break from our lookback of Captain Picard. We review the new Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips 2019 movie “Joker”. David and Aaron also discuss the newest Short Trek “Q&A”. As well they break down the newest Star Trek Discovery Season 3 and Star Trek Picard trailers. Enjoy together responsibly!
The Synthaholics crew travels back in time to 1996 to enjoy Star Trek: First Contact the movie. What do we think of the “action hero” Captain Picard compared to the measured man we saw in the TV series? How will they depict Picard in his new upcoming series? Listen to our praise and problems with one of the best Star Trek movies made. Enjoy together responsibly!
In this lookback episode of Picardí Breezer in preparation for the new Star Trek Series Picard! Picard gets a second chance at life! Q shows up as Picard is dying and gives him the opportunity to fix a regret. But Picard finds out how the bad decisions that he made build the life he has now. We discuss how our worst experiences are just as valid as our best moments. Kick back with a cool beverage and drink in our look back of Picard and our speculation of the new upcoming series. Enjoy together responsibly!
This is the tenth lookback episode of Picardí Breezer in preparation for the new Star Trek Series Picard! Picard becomes a Federation spy/ninja to infiltrate a Cardassian secret base. While Captain Jellico takes command of the Enterprise. Jellico adopts a “madman theory” diplomacy with the Cardassians and alienates the Enterprise crew. While Picard is captured by the Cardassians and asked how many lights are in his prison cell. Dave, Aaron & Guy Davis lookback at the Picard character as a 50 something year spy/ninja. Picard’s torture and what it does to his mental state. Enjoy together responsibly!
Discover why true passion can’t be tamed with Picardí Breezer! This is the ninth lookback episode of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in preparation for the new Star Trek Series Picard! Picard plays a dangerous game of Settlers of Kataan and builds structurally unsound atmospheric condensers. All the while fucking off and playing the flute. (Does this guy have job?!) Picard experiences a whole life within 20 minutes! Is this a burden or a gift? Dave and Aaron discuss the greatness of this episode and it’s possible implications of the new Picard series. Pour yourself a cold beverage and listen to the thoughts of two men that yearn for a decent story. Enjoy together responsibly!
Rainbow Panties. Pew Pew Pew. Space Rubbers. My LIttle Pony. Tiny Cane. Mmmmbop. Crochet Cod Pieces. Balloon Noises. Magma Bones. Equal OpportuniTitts… OpporBoobity… Boobertunist! Confused? Well GOOD, We wouldn’t want you walking into this episode knowing what the hell was going on, now would we? Tune in to this weeks Synthaholics discussion in preparation for the very recently wrapped first season of the new Star Trek Series -Picard!
The mission this week is to discuss two episodes from TNG that have already been discussed in the past, because we believe they may ready us for what is to come. “The Measure of a Man” and “Who Watches the Watchers” are episodes that deal with Picards moral standings, his integrity, his dedication to his crew, and shows that he is willing to go toe-to-toe with the Federation if he feels it necessary. This is the third episode in a series of investigations into Picard, in hopes of getting us inside Jean-Luc’s head before the much anticipated series airs in 2020…
For deeper discussions on these two episodes, enjoy Episode 143: The Measure of a Man with Kipleigh Brown, and Episode 174: Who Watches the Watchers with Robbie Palmer.
These are the Voyages of the Starship Synthahol. The second adventure in their new Mission:
To explore the inner psyche of one Jean-Luc Picard… To look to the past; To predict the future…
To inappropriately go where no one has gone before…
Hah! Sorry, it had to be done. This week the gang discusses another Picard episode in hopes to re familiarize themselves with Jean-Luc before the premiere of Star Trek: Picard! “Battle” shows us a time in Picards career where he had to abandon ship, and now he is reliving the event but he may not be coping well with it. Stand-by, and enjoy this week’s episode paired with a niiiiiiice parfait…
This week Aaron and Holly chase their tails, much like Captain Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise in Where Silence takes Lease. This episode has us thinking about the observation, treatment, and judgment of others- and a lot of side chat that hopefully we managed to tack onto the end of this episode.
This week the Synthaholics get Loaded, and no one can seem to agree whether there is a Matrix within a Matrix, or if Neo simply has a unique connection to the A.I who enslaved all of humanity. While there are far less rabbit holes in this episode, this weeks’ episode is a bit on the longer side -much like a few of the sequences in The Matrix Reloaded! This film is packed with action and intrigue and we are all looking forward to see what is next for Neo and the team! So Jack-in, find yourself a Jack’n’Coke, and traverse The Wachowski’s imaginary world that influenced so much of pop culture and film. And please… if you’re gonna Jack Off, keep it to yourself and don’t do it on our exit!