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The Guest Room Podcast

Larry Ganni hosts an almost weekly podcast with a rotating cast of friends (including his wife, the brilliant Dr. Jessica Ganni) in which they talk about various pop-culture topics including movies, television, music, even the occasional book. An aspiring musician, Larry also attempts to entertain with his somewhat above average drumming and rather middle of the road vocals. The conversations are friendly, funny, occasionally vulgar, and often heartfelt. Sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy your stay in The Guest Room!

Feb 12, 2018

Larry and Dr. Jess break down the Season 1 finale of Star Trek: Discovery, titled "Will You Take My Hand?" They get into the nuts and bolts of the episode, discuss whether it provided a satisfying conclusion to the season long story arc, and speculate on what may be coming in Season 2. 


Feb 7, 2018

This week Larry and Dr. Jess review the Star Trek: Discovery episode titled "The War Without, the War Within," singing the praises of the actors and writers, contemplating the creative process, and discussing how deftly the plot points have been handled throughout the season. This week also marks the return of Fun Facts...


Jan 29, 2018

Dr. Jess and Larry wanted to have their cake and eat it too this week so they watched the Grammys in their entirety before Star Trek: Discovery Episode 13, titled "What's Past Is Prologue." The result is a brief and rather sleepy discussion, but still one worth listening to!


Jan 22, 2018

Larry and Dr. Jess review the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, "Vaulting Ambition." In addition to the episode review they also discuss fan reaction to the series overall and how it compares to reaction to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. They also discuss how television has evolved over the years and how Star Trek,...


Jan 15, 2018

This week Dr. Jess and Larry review episode 11 of Star Trek: Discovery, titled "The Wolf Inside," and get into some heavy speculation about where they think things are headed. A lot of time is spent gushing about the acting, because this cast is really, really good.