Anika and Liz confront their alternate universe selves (who are them but with more trauma and different hairstyles). Along the way, we discuss…
- Toxic masculinity spoils the party again
- Track A is trauma all the way down
- The entire multiverse ships Picard/Crusher, which, honestly? Feels right!
- We shouldn’t have to say this, but infidelity does not justify murder
- Come on guys
- Content warning: we discuss real world family violence and the murder-suicide in this book from about 7:25 to 15:00
- (The specific details of the murder-suicide run from 11:42 to 15:00)
- (Also Liz’s cat started walking acoss the desk and brushing his tail against the pop filter around the 15 minute mark — at least, that’s where it became impossible to mute the track because Liz was speaking)
- This book owes Deanna Troi an apology
- Tasha Yar, Hair Exposition and a long digression on the semiotics of short hair on women in the 1980s (Liz looked up Denise Crosby’s Playboy shoot, but it was for research, honest!)
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