Sunday, February 12, 2017
The plot is devoid of the usual spacial anomalies and time-space distortions the Enterprise would typically encounter, and instead presents a moral quandary for guest star Wil Wheaton as Starfleet Cadet Wesley Crusher. This particular portion, coming in the third act, really shows off the show at its best. It's a vid that I show regularly in my Public Speaking classes not only for its exemplifying the uses of Ethos, Logos, and Pathos in persuasion, but also the underlying lesson about the importance of truth-telling in any context:
One Year Ago in Nostalgia Theater: The Animated Rambo
Two Years Ago in Nostalgia Theater: Ultraforce -- It Came From the Nineties!
Three Years Ago in Nostalgia Theater: Hey Paisanos! It's The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
Four Years Ago in Nostalgia Theater: The Pretender Among Us
Five Years Ago in Nostalgia Theater: America's Brief, Torrid Love Affair With ALF