The Computer Talk Radio Nerdcast, with your hosts, 'East Coast Geek' Keith M. Sedor & 'West Coast Nerd' Benjamin Rockwell, helps everyone embrace their inner nerd, and join in the fun. Star Trek, Star Wars, star gazing, science fiction, lost & forgotten technologies, and other nerdy topics (like the Oreo flavor of the month) are just a few of topics we'll discuss. Special guests stop by to share their expertise, and quarterly episodes like the gathering of the 'Treksperts Roundtable' round out the fun! So join us on the nerd side for The Nerdcast... the 'Computer Talk Radio Nerdcast'!
In this gathering of The Treksperts Roundtable, the Treksperts discuss the possibility of William Shatner returning to Star Trek on the small screen.
The conversation continues as we discuss the lawsuit over Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1, followed by a our takes on the first trailer for Season 2 of The Orville, and we finish up with a blistering round of outtakes where hilarity ensues! All this and more... in this exciting, banter-filled episode of The Treksperts Roundtable!
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