Buck F'n Rogers

Buck F’n Rogers at “Vegas in Space”

1979 S1E5

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Rated R: Restricted
Strong Crude Sexual Content And Language Throughout
Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent Or Adult Guardian


The year is 1987, and NASA launches the last of America’s deep space probes. In a freak mishap, Ranger 3 and its pilot, Captain William “Buck” Rogers, are blown out of their trajectory into an orbit which freezes his life-support systems, and returns Buck Rogers to Earth, 500 years later…

Diabolu Frank is joined by Pekita Trotamundos to discuss the first standard length television episode of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, and the third original story. This one stars Gil Gerard as Buck and Juanin Clay as Major Marla Landers, with special guest stars Richard Lynch & Cesar Romero. Buck’s thiccness/girth is discussed.

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Buck F’n Rogers on the “Planet of the Slave Girls”

1979 S1E3 & 4

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Rated R: Restricted
Strong Crude Sexual Content And Language Throughout
Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent Or Adult Guardian


The year is 1987, and NASA launches the last of America’s deep space probes. In a freak mishap, Ranger 3 and its pilot, Captain William “Buck” Rogers, are blown out of their trajectory into an orbit which freezes his life-support systems, and returns Buck Rogers to Earth, 500 years later…

Diabolu Frank is joined by Mr. Fixit to discuss the feature-length first original television episode of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, following the reedited theatrical pilot. After its debut, “Planet of the Slave Girls” was broken into the 3rd & 4th episodes of the show for reruns & syndication. This one stars Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, and David Groh, with special guest stars Jack Palance, Roddy McDowall, & Buster Crabbe. We totally forgot the subplot with the lady spy assassinating the super-computer, but we’re still the only Buck Rogers podcast with Black Emanuelle cross-content, so we’ve got that going for us.

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Buck F’n Rogers on the 40th Anniversary in “Awakening”

1979 Theatrical Pilot / S1E1 & 2

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Rated R: Restricted
Strong Crude Sexual Content And Language Throughout
Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent Or Adult Guardian


In the year 1987, at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA launched the last of America’s deep space probes. The payload, perched on the nose cone of the massive rocket, was a one-man exploration vessel – Ranger 3. Aboard this compact starship, a lone astronaut – Captain William “Buck” Rogers – was to experience cosmic forces beyond all comprehension. An awesome brush with death: in the blink of an eye, his life support systems were frozen by temperatures beyond imagination. Ranger 3 was blown out of its planned trajectory into an orbit a thousand times more vast, an orbit which was to return the ship full circle to his point of origin – its mother Earth – not in five months, but in 500 years.

For 500 years, Buck Rogers drifted through a world in which reality and fantasy merged into a timeless dream…

Diabolu Frank is joined by Illegal Machine and Mr. Fixit in discussing the theatrically released pilot of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century starring Gil Gerard, Pamela Hensley, Erin Gray, and Henry Silva, in the first bawdy installment of a podcast covering the entire 1979-1981 science fantasy television show, based on the 1928 novella, 1929-1967 comic strip, 1932-1947 radio series, 1939 movie serial, and prior 1950–1951 television series.