Happy 4th of July! To celebrate, the Fire & Water Network has arranged a study in imperialism, as Canadian Siskoid and American Cory Drew compare and contrast their two favorite shows, Star Trek and Doctor Who! Is each a product of its own specific empire? They go in deep, discussing the shows’ attitudes towards authority, individualism, professionalism, interventionism, and even the controversial chair agenda! Fireworks incoming!
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Credits: “Star Trek Theme” by Alexander Courage, with the Irredeemable Shagg on vocals. End theme: “Deep Space Nine Theme” by Dennis McCarthy.
Bonus clips from: Doctor Who’s “Oxygen” starring Peter Capaldi; “Battlefield” starring Sylvester McCoy; “The Empty Child” starring Billie Piper and Christopher Eccleston; “The Moonbase” starring Patrick Troughton; “Tomb of the Cybermen” starring Peter Hawkins; and “The Lodger” starring Matt Smith / Star Trek The Next Generation’s “Reunion” starring Patrick Stewart; “Star Trek” by J.J. Abrams starring Zachary Quinto; “Symbiosis” starring Patrick Stewart and Gates McFadden; “I, Borg” starring Jonathan Del Arco; and “Star Trek: First Contact” by Jonathan Frakes, starring Gates McFadden.
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