SyFy Sistas

SyFy Sistas #006: Celebrating of Black Love on DS9 with Special Guest Cirroc Lofton

We said we had a BIG surprise and it is epic. The SyFy Sistas welcome our very first guest to the podcast, none other than Mr. Cirroc Lofton. Cirroc settles in to discuss Black Love on DS9 in all it’s iterations. But, we also cover his experiences growing up as a working actor, his special…

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SyFy Sistas #005:Black History Month Tribute to the Queen of Star Trek Ms Nichelle Nichols

The SyFy Sistas kick off Black History Month, 2021, as guest hosts on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network. The topic for this honor is, of course, a session discussing the sista who start it all, Lt. Uhura, played by our Queen, Ms Nichelle Nichols. Join Fran, J.D., Subrina, Tamia, and Yvette as they recount their…

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SyFy Sistas #004: Star Trek Picard (Episode 8, 9, and 10) The Resolution

SyFy Sistas Tamia, FranT, and Subrina complete their deep dive of Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard with this three episode review. There is a mini art history lesson, special shout outs to the second unit production crew, FranT’s love of “Miss” Ryan, and Tamia’s onpoint head scratchers. But, will the Sistas be satisfied with…

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SyFy Sistas #003: Star Trek Picard (Episode 7, Nepenthe)

In our third podcast Tamia, Fran T,  and I delve into #107 which is a well-deserved break in the action of Picard’s journey. Nepenthe is an episode full of rich ST TNG memories and new observations that bring surprising facets out of each of us.  Correction: The Story of Helen of Troy (yes, we went…

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SyFy Sistas #002: Star Trek Picard (Episodes 4, 5, and 6)

Fran, Tamia, and Subrina continue their deep dive in the middle episodes of the first season of Star Trek Picard.   Sound engineer: DoS The Anonymous 1 Production. You can reach him  at dostheanonymous1@gmail.com  

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SyFy Sistas #001: Star Trek Picard (Episodes 1, 2, and 3)

Fran Taylor, Tamia Harper, and Subrina Wood discuss in depth, the first three episodes of Star Trek Picard. Listen as they go into their favorite lines and aspects of plots that resonated with Black women.   Sound engineer: DoS The Anonymous 1 Production. 

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