SPOILER ALERT! There are spoilers for Star Trek: Into Darkness from 25:19 to 45:20
This week it’s Karen and friend of the show Lily with a *lot* of Star Trek: Into Darkness talk.
But first! Karen has started a bunch of new projects (let’s not discuss whether she’s finished any old ones), and had some major knitting peril at the movies a couple nights before. Lily, meanwhile, talks about a few projects she’s finished and a few that she’s started, because she’s responsible like that.
Then it’s on to the Star Trek: Into Darkness squeeing, including some flailing over Chris Pine and Benedict Cumberbatch, which should surprise no one. There’s also some spacey news with the safe return of the crew of ISS Expedition 35, as well as a couple videos you’ll really want to see (including possibly the first music video filmed in space), a mention of a sci-fi show that will be premiering in the fall that looks like it could be interesting (and which stars one of the main actors from nu!Trek), as well as a full trailer for some little show that few people know about yet. Something about some agency called S.H.I.E.L.D.?
Finally for Cravings, Covets and Crushes, we have some seriously gorgeous yarn and gradient sets which you guys really need to go buy before Karen caves.
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Episode 74: The Fibre Frontier
Subversive Cross Stitch - probably not safe to browse at work and not around the kids
ChiaoGoo Red Lace Interchangeable Needles (from FiberWild)
Knitter’s Pride Karbonz (from WEBS)
Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing
A couple more Marvel characters will be appearing in Avengers 2!
Almost Human trailer
Cards Against Humanity - SO TOTALLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK/KIDS, NO REALLY