The failed pilot/TV movie NorthStar tries to convince us to stare directly into the sun to get that throbbing brain we've been after.
Guest Ihor joins us for drive-by rocket attacks, a future cop unlocking the powers of his mind and the one & only Robosaurus in the failed pilot/TV movie Steel Justice.
We are joined by returning guest Jane for the failed pilot Global Frequency, which imagines a secret spy network investigating supernatural incidents using the futuristic technology of smart phones and rolodexes.
Guest Kevin returns to delve into the reboot/sequel to Roddenberry's failed pilot/TV movie Genesis II. This failed pilot/TV movie is retitled Planet Earth and returns to the post-apocalyptic future to discover a society where women rule and where everyone involved probably feels pretty uncomfortable for appearing in a weird Gene Roddenberry sexual fantasy.
This week, hosts Jordan & Luke take on their first failed sci-fi sitcom pilot featuring a prologue death scene, a Catskills comedian robot overlord, and the funny from 1979.
We're joined by our guest Will to explore the baffling TV movie/failed pilot Baffled!, starring the incomparable Leonard Nimoy. He's a swinging 70s lady man, professional race car driver and budding psychic who heads to jolly old England to solve a murder that hasn't happened yet via a series of trippy premonitions.
We wrap up the second half of The Invaders mini-series/failed pilot as it very awkwardly tries to wedge autism into its mythology of chain-smoking, environment-polluting alien invaders and their evil plot to stop a subway expansion.
Hosts Jordan and Luke watch the first part of a mini-series/failed revival of The Invaders. Starring Scott Bakula, part one reveals a sweeping alien conspiracy to smoke cigarettes and eat steak & eggs for every meal.
Hosts Jordan and Luke dive into the universe of The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy (or The Osiris Chronicles, depending who you ask) which borrows liberally from Star Trek and Star Wars before it finally finds what its got going for it: A huge gross blob monster.
It's a spooktacular Halloween episode as hosts Jordan and Luke watch the failed pilot/TV movie for The Omen, where a body-jumping supernatural parasite tries to ruin Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade.