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W: Do you know the first documented time “Google” was used as a verb?

Me: Yes, it was on Buffy the Vampire Slayer πŸ‘©πŸΌ, Willow said it, it was in Season 7, it was in reference to the character Cassie who claimed to speak on Tara’s behalf. But I don’t remember which episode.

10 TV Shows to Know Me πŸ“Ί

  • The Muppet Show
  • Punky Brewster
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • The Kids In the Hall
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Firefly
  • 30 Rock
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • You’re the Worst
  • GLOW

I just finished the midseason finale of #StarTrekDiscovery and I thought it was beautifully done. Space family talking through problems is my fave. This is SOCIAL science fiction. ❀️ Replies may contain spoilers. πŸ“ΊπŸ––πŸ»

Me, watching STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION and seeing a newborn in a glass bassinet in sickbay with the birthing parent nowhere in sight: “What, in the 24th century there’s no rooming in?” (Rooming in wasn’t common in 1990 but it was a thing by 1994.) πŸ“ΊπŸ––πŸ»

I just watched the SHORT TREKS episode “Q & A” and it has me really excited for STRANGE NEW WORLDS. πŸ“ΊπŸ’»πŸ––πŸ»

How much do we know about the instructors at Starfleet Academy and their pedagogy? πŸ––πŸ»πŸ“Ί

Every time we’re watching Power Rangers and Kimberly says “I’m Kimberly” I say “I’M Kimberly!” and I don’t think my kid likes it. πŸ“Ί

Anybody else get a little Billy-Crystal-as-Miracle-Max vibe from Brent Spiner’s performance as very-old Dr. Noonian Soong? πŸ––πŸ»πŸ“Ί

This post contains minor spoilers for Star Trek Discovery Season 4 Episode 2, “Anomaly."

Near the end of the latest episode of Discovery, Lt. Tilly tells Dr. Culbert that something feels …

I watched Star Trek Discovery 4x01 “Kobayashi Maru” last night and I have a lot of feelings. I’m happy to chat if you’d like to. Replies may contain spoilers. πŸ––πŸ»πŸ“Ί

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