Thirty episodes! And it’s way past time we hit Star Trek again. This time, it’s the series that brought the franchise back to TV. Plus, with the new Picard series coming soon, it’s good to catch up with the Captain, Riker, Data, and all the rest. Let’s get started with Star Trek: The Next Generation Trivia this week.
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We’re back to boldly going, but this time, it’s where no ONE has gone before.
Hey gang, I’m your host Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Every week, we offer you thirty questions on a variety of geeky topics. It’s been 20 episodes since we last went into the final frontier and it Episode 30 felt like a great time to come back to the franchise.
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That enough of a briefing, it’s time to head out. Engage.
The Dorky Round
5. While Jean-Luc Picard enrolled in Starfleet, what industry did most of the Picard family work in?
The Geeky Round
The Nerdy Round
2. Which technology, most closely associated with Next Generation, actually made its first appearance in 'The Practical Joker' from the animated series?
9. When he realized this set wasn't going to be built for the pilot, Gene Roddenberry added a scene in what part of the Enterprise?
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