The adventure doesn’t end on the small screen. This week, we’re heading into the theaters (remember those?) with Star Trek: The Generation Movie Trivia. Specifically, Star Trek movies 7 through 10.
That just leaves us with the new Star Trek movies that started in 2009. Stay tuned for those in a future episode.
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Next week, we’ll have a feel-good episode to follow up our Next Generation Movie Trivia. Come on back next Wednesday.
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Hey gang, I’m Brian Rollins and this is episode 117 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy trivia podcast. Last year, we covered Star Trek movies 1-6. This week, it’s the Next Gen crew’s chance with movies 7-10.
Like always, we’ve got three rounds of ten questions each. Each round gets harder than the one before. If you need rules, score cards, or want to find out more about the show, visit us at DorkyGeekyNerdy.com.
That covers the basics, so let’s get to the questions.
The Dorky Round
3. What ship was scripted to be destroyed in the Borg battle at the beginning of Star Trek: First Contact but was saved at the last minute?
The Geeky Round
The Nerdy Round
1. Dennis McCarthy, who composed the theme for Deep Space Nine, also wrote the score for what Star Trek movie?
And that’s it for this week’s questions. We’ve got three more Star Trek movies to cover, so stay tuned for at least one more Star Trek episode. We’ll be back again next Wednesday for more trivia games. Here’s your clue for what’s coming next week:
“What do Oskar Schindler, William Kyle Carpenter, and Candy Lightner all have in common?”
A new type of topic we haven’t had before, but one that should be uplifting.
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