Be it due to broken translators, weird meme-based languages or just genuine stupidity, communication issues are a staple of Trek, with often hilarious consequences. Nominate/vote on an episode along this theme on the Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/8731153518/)! We'll also be watching an episode of Discovery. I can't make it this week so your esteemed First Officer is taking command - I hope you all have a fab time!
We'll be meeting outside St John's Porter's Lodge at 19:45.
Hope to see you there,
Captain Le Croissette
P.S. Last chance to fill out the stash form on the Facebook Group!
I hope you've had a fab 1st week (for those of you not running on Student Time®, that's 8th-14th October), and that everyone's settling back in well. It was really great to see so many new faces last week - hopefully we haven't scared you off and we'll see a few now-slightly-less-new faces this Monday. If you didn't manage to make it last week, don't despair, you're still so so welcome!
Oxford (especially TrekSoc) is full of weird, wacky and wonderful people - let's try and set that in context (or not as the case may be) by watching episodes with the wackiest aliens in the known universe. Please do jump onto the FB group and nominate/vote for something along this theme (or just turn up and be surprised). We'll also be watching an episode of Discovery (ep.5), and with their track record so far, we're sure to see something wacky in that too.
We're meeting outside St John's College porter's lodge this Monday (16th) at 7:45pm :) Hope to see you there!
Sorry for the really late notice, but the venue for tonight has changed to Teddy Hall (https://goo.gl/maps/9oAEBLoPrAq). We'll meet outside the porter's lodge there at 7:45pm. Don't worry if you don't get this in time - someone will be hanging around outside Somerville until around 8:00pm to catch any stragglers!