The guys have to fight through a fire as they get to another episode of The Orville “Firestorm”. They have fun as they try to figure out what’s going on and why clowns are scary.
It’s time for a battle to go on as the guys get together to discuss another episode of The Orville. Join them this week as they look “Cupid’s Dagger” and cover the call back to the first episode and Rob Lowe’s… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 210: The Orville S01E09: Cupid’s Dagger
It’s vacation time as the guys tackle another episode of The Orville. This week Bryan and Corey look at the kid-centric episode and wonder where the heck they came from. They also breakdown the going ons of the planet and how… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 206: The Orville S01E08: Into the Fold
The guys journey back to another episode of The Orville and discuss how it’s similar to today’s society and how social media controls what we see and how we think.
The guys get back together to play catch as they look at the first season of “The Orville”. Bryan and Corey get together this week to take a look the sixth episode and get a more close and personal look… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 198: The Orville S01E06: Krill
Bryan and Corey get together to look at another episode of “The Orville”. The guys chat about the “let’s save someone before it’s too late” story line and we theorize the reason why Seth wrote this episode.
The guys get together again for a look at the fourth episode of “The Orville”. They talk about a new ship that’s encountered, what the inside looks like, and what happened afterward.
The guys get together again for another look at “The Orville”. They talk about sex (change) and how this episode is relevant to today’s climate, and share their thoughts on what they think about the story.
The guys return to look at the second episode of “The Orville”. They compare the differences between this one the first story and also look at the originality of this adventure.
The guys begin the descent on the Seth MacFarlane sci comedy show “The Orville”. They look at the first episode and see how close to “Star Trek” it is without crossing any lines.