Category Archives: Space: 1999

341 – Space: 1999 – Journey to Where

Journey to Where?  Journey to Where.  Is it a question, or is it a statement?  What are the deep philosophical differences between those two interpretation?

You won’t find out in this episode, as Ben and Eugene ask the question, or respond to the statement, “journey to where(?/.)”

338 – Space: 1999 – All That Glisters

There’s a planet that has rocks on it.  Desirable rocks.  Koenig leads a highly-specialized team of crack rock collectors to the planet to get those rocks, but he soon learns that all that glisters is not Melganite.

Ben and Eugene discuss All That Glisters.

334 – Space: 1999 – One Moment of Humanity

Help, I’m trapped in a bottle being forced to watch episodes of Space: 1999, and they’ve put on One Moment of Humanity.

I’m afraid I might go out like a Christmas Light!

Oh, but I’m obligated to say…  Ben and Eugene discuss One Moment of Humanity.

331 – Space: 1999 – The Exiles

A swarm of space bees arrives at Moonbase Alpha…  no wait, that was an episode of the Starlost, wasn’t it?

Some missiles attack Moonbase Alpha…  no, that’s not right.

Exiles arrive at Moonbase Alpha, and like immigrants from anywhere, John Koenig welcomes them with open arms and a concealed laser gun.

Ben and Eugene discuss the Exiles.

328 – Space: 1999 – The Metamorph

Big, exciting changes are coming in the Series Two premiere of Space: 1999.  First up, Mentor of the planet Psychon wants to drain the Alphans’ brain.  His daughter Maya just wants to have fun with her ability to transform into any living creature.  What could possibly go wrong?

Ben and Eugene discuss the Metamorph!

325 – Space: 1999 – Testament of Arkadia

I’m not going to lie to you.  I had a blast recording this episode.  I can’t remember an episode that had so much to talk about it.

Pity, it’s a bit rubbish.

Ben and I discuss the Testament of Arkadia, the series one finale of Space: 1999.

317 – Space: 1999 – Dragon’s Domain

Tony Cellini has a problem – either he’s an arrogant, incompetent bungler that destroyed the Ultra Probe or he’s an unlucky sod that’s psychically tied to a nasty space alien that wants to eat his life force.

It doesn’t really matter which because he’s Koenig one true man-crush.

Ben and Eugene discuss Dragon’s Domain.