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Matt Forney’s Podcast Extravaganza, Episode 27: Where No Man Has Gone Before

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In this edition of the Extravaganza, I talk about the plagiarist formerly known as Viva La Manosphere and discuss Star Trek: The Next Generation (mainly why Star Trek is overrated and why most science fiction is crap). I also solicit musicians for a new theme song for the Extravaganza (mainly one that sounds more indie/alternative rock and less rolling-on-E-at-3am-in-a-crappy-club).

Listen below:

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As I said in the podcast, I’m looking to hire a musician to compose a new theme song for the podcast (or alternately license a song to me). Email me here if you’re interested.

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  • WOW Matt!! This Pod cast was a jaw dropper! Plagiarism should never even be allowed! All in all a great podcast brother.

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  • I’m embarrassed by how much I used to love TNG back in my “greater good/socialism is the future” days. These days I like it because I have a weird thing for late 80s/early 90s kitsch.

    Main reason for my comment is I would be remiss if I did not mention my least favorite TNG episode, The Outcast (S5), which came into being because civil rights and gay activist groups demanded an episode for pro-gay propaganda and fuck whether the result is even entertaining or watchable.

    The plot basically has Riker fall in love with an alien from a society of ugly, genderless asexuals, where sexual relations are forbidden. The alien gets busted, gets put on trial, and is sentenced to curative brainwashing. Of course it was supposed to be an allegory of how gays are/were treated, but it kind of backfired in that all it accomplished was showing how potentially awful life in a genderless society could be, which is kind of a fuck-you to the part of the LGBT bloc who’s idealism is based on “gender is a social construct”.