“The Return of Oro”: The Starlost Ep. 13 – UFTA 014

It’s the return of Walter Koenig! It’s the return of Oro! AND . . . it’s the return of Parker J. Cole!!!

Our favorite historical romance writer is back to talk about the one true recurring character, Oro, AND the one character who wasn’t even needed in this episode and had us scratching our heads, Williams.

In this episode we talk about:
* Columbo
* Shatner
* Babylon 5
* Beachcombers
* Robbie the Robot
* The most unneeded, inconsequential supporting character ever!!!
* “I want in!” . . . “Now, I want out!”

Please visit our guest host’s websites and buy her books!
Parker J. Cole – http://parkerjcole.com

Continuing our counters . . . (not how many times we mention them, just IF they get mentioned in an episode…)
* Star Trek counter – IIII IIII III
* Red Dwarf counter – IIII IIII
* Doctor Who counter – IIII IIIII
* The Littlest Hobo counter – IIII IIII I

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2 responses to ““The Return of Oro”: The Starlost Ep. 13 – UFTA 014”

  1. Parker J. Cole Avatar

    Thank you for having me on again!

  2. sean mccoye Avatar
    sean mccoye

    Super Chemistry with Parker “I have a budget of 4 daallors.”

    I bet Parker would not turn down writing an adaptation for a Butler book because sci-fi is outside her normal genre. When little sister “of unnamed hollywood african american writer” told us the story we all lost our minds.

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