The Next Generation has some amazing stories within its seven season run, but how would those stories look had they been on a different series? From Captain Archer to The Doctor, we explore how different characters would interact within a TNG episode and storyline. This thought experiment gets your hosts' creative juices flowing!
In this episode of Earl Grey, hosts Richard Marquez, Lee Hutchison, and Amy Nelson combine different crews into TNG episodes. The stories remain the same, but the characters are different. The skies are the limit and there are no boundaries in which your hosts remain and no series that is exempt.
Rogue One (00:08:10)
Sherlock Holmes (00:16:46)
Friends Quiz (00:23:57)
Amy Nelson, Lee Hutchison, and Richard Marquez
Richard Marquez (Editor) Lee Hutchison (Producer) Amy Nelson (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Michael E. Hueter (Associate Producer) Justin Oser (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)
Games, Sports, and Hobbies on TNG. Discussion on the activities that the crew engages in on their free time.
Favorite Badass Picard Moments. We discuss our favorite moments showing Picard as a tough and uncompromising leader.
People from the Past Permanently in the Future. Discussion on episodes of The Next Generation where people from the past end up stuck in the 24th century.
Favorite Character Moments Season 3. Each host brings their list of favorite character moments and why those moments are important to a specific character's development.
Romantic Relationships on TNG. Valentine's Day episode on romances on The Next Generation.
Elizabeth Dennehy Interview. Interview with the actress who played Commander Shelby in "The Best of Both Worlds."
Gowron. Discussion on Gowron's appearances in The Next Generation and his importance to the show.
Favorite Character Moments Season 2. Each host brings their list of favorite character moments and why those moments are important to a specific character's development.
Loud As A Whisper. Discussion on the themes of communication, conflict, and disability brought up by the episode Loud As A Whisper.
Courtroom Dramas, Part 2. The conclusion of a two-part series about legal dramas onThe Next Generation.