In today’s podcast, we talk about Star Trek, the new CBS series “Picard” (Spoiler Alert!) streaming TV services and our fond childhood memories of watching TV.

Star Trek was a huge influence for us, growing up both in Germany and the USA. We also both turned 50 this past year (born in 1969 – the year of the first Apollo moon landing) and so we like to joke that between the both of us, we have over 100 years of professional experience.

We also asked ourselves some very critical questions, such as: How much CO2 did a Transporter use? What is a Farmbot? Did food replicators taste like TV Dinners? What were the different names for the Star Trek cast in German and English? What was Picard’s famous saying “Make it so, Number One!” in the German language version of the show.?

Curious? You’ll just have to listen to the podcast to learn more!

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Show Notes:

  • Picard – The new Star Trek series featuring Sir Patrick Stewart (Correction: In the podcast we mistakenly say Picard is on NetFlix. Picard is actually produced by CBS and we watch it on Amazon Prime in Germany.)
  • Farm Bot – An open-source robotic farming system
  • Swansons TV Dinners – Standard TV watching meals for American children in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

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