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STD Podcast: A Star Trek Discovery Podcast is an unofficial podcast about the CBS All-Access series, Star Trek Discovery. We review each episode of Star Trek Discovery in somewhat excessive detail, in addition to talking all things trek.

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Star Trek: Lower Decks “The Least Dangerous Game” Review
As Boimler attempts to get to the next level in Starfleet by becoming a Yes-Man, Mariner continues to work under the guidance of Commander Ransom. Join in as we talk about Star Trek: Lower Decks, The Least Dangerous Game.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Grounded” Review
In the season three premiere of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the search for the truth surrounding the arrest of Captain Freeman is in full swing, as Beckett Mariner and the rest of the lower-deckers get back together in an attempt to exonerate the Captain. We discuss the hijinks, easter eggs, and more. Listen along as we review Star Trek: Lower Decks, Grounded.
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Remembering Nichelle Nichols: Star Trek’s Lieutenant Uhura and Beyond
There are so many great things to say about Nichelle Nichols. Join in as we take a brief look back at Nichelle's life before hearing thoughts from our listeners on the impact she had on their lives. Not only will we miss Nichelle for her work on Star Trek, but we will also miss her for the work she did many years after Star Trek. Thankfully, we will always have her with us, forever immortalized in television history.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “A Quality of Mercy” Review
In the season finale of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, A Quality of Mercy, we see the events of a classic TOS episode from a slightly different point of view. Join in as the Discussing Trek crew unpacks it all.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “All Those Who Wander” Review
While on a mission to recover the survivors of a crashed Federation vessel, the crew of the Enterprise encounter a familiar threat. Listen in as we review Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, All Those Who Wander.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “The Elysian Kingdom” Review
Things get a bit weird aboard the USS Enterprise, as Doctor M'Benga finds himself in an elaborate version of a kid's story with the ship's crew as the characters and Enterprise as the backdrop. Join in as we unpack it all in our latest review of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, The Elysian Kingdom.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “The Serene Squall” Review
Pirates, treachery, and deceit -- are you not entertained! The latest episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, The Serene Squall, delivers whimsey, delight, and much more. Argh! Join in as we unpack it all.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach” Review
Love can make you do crazy things, whether it's the love of your child or the love of your life. The latest episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach, explores said themes and much more. Join in as we unpack it all.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Spock Amok” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Pike and April negotiate safe passage through an alien territory for the Federation, while Spock attempts to further his relationship with T'Pring via unconventional means. Join in as we review Spock Amok.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Memento Mori” Review
While celebrating Starfleet Remembrance Day, La'an Noonian-Singh once again faces her greatest foe in an increasingly strategic battle for survival. Mind-meld with us as we discuss Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Memento Mori.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Ghosts of Illyria” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, secrets are uncovered, both jeopardizing and aiding a standing mission to understand what happened to a colony of augments. Join in as we discuss Ghosts of Illyria.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Children of the Comet” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, fate is pitted against faith as our intrepid explorers attempt to divert the path of a comet headed toward Persephone III. Listen in as we dissect Children of the Comet, an episode that puts Cadet Uhura and her exceptionally unique skills to the test.
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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “Strange New Worlds” Review
After a stellar season two on Star Trek: Discovery and an outpouring of love and support from the Star Trek fandom, Captain Pike, Spock, and Una are back with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Listen in as we discuss the self-titled series premiere, which brings back that classic Star Trek formula of self-contained episodes and a strikingly familiar feel.
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Star Trek: Picard “Farewell” Review
With the future in jeopardy, Picard and his friends must find a way to set things right and chart a course back home. Join in as we review the Star Trek: Picard season two finale, Farewell.
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Star Trek: Picard “Hide and Seek” Review
The group gets back together for a shootout at the chateau, as Adam Soong and Two of One aim to change the future. Join in as we review the penultimate episode of season two of Star Trek: Picard, Hide and Seek.
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Open Channel: Lee Shackleford talks about Jeffrey Hunter’s Captain Christopher Pike (Revisited)
This episode of Open Channel is a love letter to the first on-screen captain of the USS Enterprise, Captain Christopher Pike — with our friend and playwright Lee Shackleford.
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Star Trek: Picard “Mercy” Review
With Picard and Guinan in custody, the interrogator becomes the interrogatee, while Soong gets to choose his path with help from Two of One. Join in as we review Star Trek: Picard, Mercy.
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Star Trek: Picard “Monsters” Review
As Tallinn enters Picard’s mind, Seven and Raffi go on the hunt for Jurati while Rios fails at keeping his secret from Teresa. Join in as we review Star Trek: Picard, Monsters.
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Star Trek: Picard “Two of One” Review
Our heroes infiltrate a Gala to make contact with Picard and prevent the timeline divergence. While things initially seem to be going well, a particular mad scientist has other plans. Join in as we discuss Star Trek: Picard, Two of One.
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Open Channel: Chatting with Sonequa Martin-Green about Star Trek Continuum
Are you a collector? As everything moves from physical to digital, Paramount and Star Trek are ready to set the stage for the next evolution of collectibles into the metaverse. Amid technical difficulties, Clarence and Kary unpack it all before sitting down for a very short chat with Star Trek: Discovery's Sonequa Martin-Green.
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Star Trek: Picard “Fly Me to the Moon” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard, Fly Me to the Moon, things take an unexpected turn as Adam Soong joins the game. Meanwhile, Picard gets one step closer to stopping the divergence -- although his efforts may be futile. Join in as we unpack it all, with special guest<em> Tasha Pierce of AfterTheSnap</em>.
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Star Trek: Picard “Watcher” Review
A beloved character makes a return, but things are not as Picard expected. Meanwhile, we ponder who the "Watcher" might be, with Gary Seven's people being at the top of our list. Bring your theories and join in as we review Star Trek: Picard's latest episode, Watcher, with special guest Tasha Pierce of AfterTheSnap.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Coming Home” Review
Another season of Star Trek: Discovery is in the books! In the season four finale of Discovery, there are consequences and repercussions. But does the Federation encounter with Ten-C manage to stick the landing? Join in as we talk it out in our review of Coming Home.
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Star Trek: Picard “Assimilation” Review
Things feel a little close to home as Picard and crew travel back to 2024 to get the future back on course. But can Picard get the Borg Queen to help with his plan? Join in as we unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Picard, Assimilation.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Species Ten-C” Review
Discovery arrives at the doorstep of Species Ten-C, looking to make first contact and save Federation worlds in the process -- though Book, Tarka, and General Ndoye may sabotage those efforts. We unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Discovery's season four penultimate episode, Species Ten-C.
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Star Trek: Picard “Penance” Review
When Picard finds himself and the state of the universe in a hellish nightmare seemingly created by Q, he and his friends come together to figure out how to right the ship with the help of an unlikely ally. Join in as we unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Picard, Penance.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Rosetta” Review
While an unlikely discovery could lead to a means of communication with 10-C, Discovery and her crew will have to find who lurks in the shadows. Join in as we review Star Trek: Discovery "Rosetta" with our good friend and YouTuber Tasha Pierce of AfterTheSnap.
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Star Trek: Picard “The Star Gazer” Review
Old friends and foes resurface as Picard ventures toward what may be his most challenging frontier yet, time. Join in as we unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Picard, The Star Gazer.
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Galactic Barrier” Review
The Galactic Barrier is a scary place. Discovery goes where few have gone before as Discovery attempts to make first contact with species 10-C. Join in as we review Star Trek: Discovery, The Galactic Barrier.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Rubicon” Review
Cleveland Booker reaches the point of no return, as Michael Burnham and the crew of the Discovery make a last-ditch effort to stop Book and Tarka with the help of an old friend. Join in as we review Star Trek: Discovery, Rubicon.
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Star Trek: Discovery “All In” Review
Discovery is back and is putting all its cards on the table as Burnham and Owo travel outside Federation space to meet an old courier friend. Join in as we review Star Trek: Discovery, All In.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “A Moral Star, Part 2” Review
We finally get the reveal of what happened to Gwyn's people, but surviving the Diviner's assault may have taken a larger toll than our crew anticipated. Join in as we unpack Star Trek: Prodigy, "A Moral Star, Part 2".
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Star Trek: Prodigy “A Moral Star, Part 1” Review
Our heroes finally get on the same page as they risk it all in order to free the enslaved people on Tars Lamora. Let's hope they have a plan. Join in as we unpack it all in the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, "A Moral Star, Part 1".
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Time Amok” Review
Time runs Amok as Hologram Janeway purposes a team-building exercise for the rag-tag crew of the USS Protostar, but it may take more than just a training exercise to get this group of misfits on the same page. Join in as we unpack it all in the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, Time Amok.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “First Con-tact” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, First Con-tact, we confirm our love/hate relationship with the Ferengi. Meanwhile, we continue to unfold the mystery behind Captain Chakotay and the original crew of the USS Protostar.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Kobayashi” Review
In the mid-season premiere of Star Trek: Prodigy, Dal gets help from some unlikely candidates as he takes a stab at the legendary Kobayashi Maru. Meanwhile, the plot thickens around the mystery of Gwyndala and the Diviner. What was the USS Protostar's original mission? We have theories.
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Star Trek: Discovery “…But To Connect” Review
In the mid-season finale, Zora poses a problem for the crew of Discovery, while a meeting of the four quadrants member worlds determines what to do about the DMA. Join in on the fun as we review, But To Connect.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Stormy Weather” Review
In this episode of Star Trek Discovery, Stormy Weather, we get a glimpse at Zora's evolution and wonder if we may have a problem on our hands. Also, we discuss the appearance of someone from Cleveland Booker's past, along with our desire to get more meaty stories about the bridge crew. Join in as we unpack it all.
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Examples” Review
Burnham and Book go on a mission to save "The Examples" on Radvek 5, while Stamets and Tarka team up to figure out the source of the DMA. Join in as we unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Discovery, The Examples.
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Star Trek: Discovery “All Is Possible” Review
In an episode that explores the intricacies of Federation politics, Discovery crew members also explore inward. This one is sure to be an emotional ride, as some paths come to an end. We unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Discovery, All Is Possible.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Choose To Live” Review
Whether it be in your new and improved synth body or through the pain of massive loss, <em>the path you are on has come to an end</em>. Choose to live. We unpack it all as the Qowat Milat and the Federation team up in this latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Anomaly” Review
The Federation attempts to assess the scope of a massive new threat, while Book attempts to work through the horror of where this threat has left his people. Join in as we unpack it all in our review of Star Trek: Discovery's latest episode, Anomaly.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Kobayashi Maru” Review
Season four of Star Trek Discovery is finally here, and it wouldn't be Discovery without some massive mystery to keep us fastened to our seats. Enter the season four opener Kobayashi Maru. Join in as we unpack it all.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Terror Firma” Review
In the season one mid-season finale of Star Trek: Prodigy Terror Firma, the crew of the USS Protostar must work together with the Diviner's progeny to escape planet Larry. Our speculation about the USS Protostar runs rampant as new truths about this experimental ship come to light.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Dream Catcher” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, Dream Catcher, things get a little scary as our rag-tag crew of the USS Protostar go on their first away mission. And as with most planetary explorations, things don’t go exactly as planned. Join in as we unpack it all.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Starstruck” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, Starstruck, Dal learns a valuable lesson in knowing when to ask for help -- we also get a look at more of the USS Protostar and what it has to offer, as well as a lesson on the Federation from Hologram Janeway. We unpack it all and have theories abound.
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Star Trek: Prodigy “Lost & Found” Review
A new Star Trek series is upon us! Star Trek: Prodigy debuts with its premiere episode, Lost & Found. While aimed at a younger audience, episode one sets the stage for a journey through the delta quadrant that should appeal to fans from age nine to ninety -- and the Discussing Trek crew is here to dissect it all.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “First First Contact” Review
In the season two finale of Star Trek: Lower Decks, all hands are on deck to rescue Captain Gomez and her ship, the Archimedes. Not only does the episode deliver on a stellar season closer, but it also raises the stakes for season three. Join in as we review the season two finale, First First Contact.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “wej Duj” Review
When Star Trek: Lower Decks chooses to aim for the fences, they really can put together an excellent episode. Join in as we discuss wej Duj, the penultimate episode of season two, with special guest Tasha Pierce from the AfterTheSnap YouTube channel.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “I, Excretus” Review
If not for one of the worst scenes in Star Trek history, the latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, “I, Excretus”, could have been a real gem. We know we said it last time, but this episode really goes where no Star Trek show has gone before. Try not to turn off your television.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Where Pleasant Fountains Lie” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, Where Pleasant Fountains Lie, we can officially say that Lower Decks has gone where no Star Trek show has gone before. We try our best to find the goodness in an episode that ventures into uncharted territory within the Trek Universe.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “The Spy Humongous” Review
In this episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, The Spy Humongous, a Pakled spy boards the USS Cerritos and attempts to uncover all of Starfleet's secrets while on the Pakled homeworld, Captain Freeman needs to find a bigger hat. Join in as we discuss all the antics, from the anomaly consolidation duty to Boimler's new redshirt friends.
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Open Channel: Star Trek Day 2021
In this bonus episode, Kyle and Clarence discuss the myriad of announcements from Star Trek Day 2021. And with a slew of trailers and season premiere dates, there is plenty to unpack. Join in to learn about when new Star Trek content will be coming to a screen near you, characters coming to Strange New Worlds, and a whole lot more.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “An Embarrassment of Dooplers” Review
In this episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, An Embarrassment of Dooplers, the show introduces an alien that duplicates based on his emotional reactions, proving problematic for the Cerritos. Also, the lack of an invite to an “elite” Starfleet party won’t stop the duo of Becky and Boimler from attending.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Mugato, Gumato” Review
In this episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the show proves that nothing is off the table in its mission to make you laugh. The Ferengi are up to their old tricks, leaving our way team to strike a compromise while avoiding the path of the all-mighty Mugato. Join us for our review of Mugato, Gumato.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “We’ll Always Have Tom Paris” Review
In this episode of Lower Decks, a Voyager cameo is in order! While Boimler acts as our fanboy avatar, Rutherford attempts to figure out how Shaxs is back, and Tendi enlists Mariner in a vital discreet mission for Dr. T’Ana. Join us for our review of We’ll Always Have Tom Paris.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Kayshon, His Eyes Open” Review
In episode two of season two of Star Trek: Lower Decks, we find that sometimes the best ideas come from the least likely places -- only if the alphas will take the time to listen. Also, is this episode a meta-commentary on the current state of Trek? Join us for our review of Kayshon, His Eyes Open.
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Open Channel: I Like Lower Decks
In this bonus episode with Lee Shackleford and Kyle Jones, we have an in-depth conversation about Lower Decks and why Lee likes it. We first talk about the original vision of Roddenberry before discussing the acceptance of a character that does not play by the rules.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Strange Energies” Review
Lower Decks is back for another season, and the crew of the USS Cerritos is up to the same old shenanigans. As always, albeit sometimes reluctantly, Discussing Trek is tagging along for the ride. How do you face a god-like being born of Strange Energies? You hit him where it hurts.
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Star Trek: Voyager “Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy” Review
Sometimes trek can get downright comedic, while elegantly staying within the confines of the Star Trek Universe, and Star Trek: Voyager "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy" is no exception. Join in on the fun, as we get into the wackiness that is The Doctor's daydreams.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Hippocratic Oath” Review
In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, Hippocratic Oath, Julian Bashir weighs the strategic importance of helping a rogue group of Jem'Hadar -- while Worf weighs the dedication of Deep Space Nine's security chief. Join in on the fun as we unpack it all.
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Open Channel: Star Trek Prodigy Teaser and Lower Decks Season Two Trailer Reaction
In this bonus episode, the crew offers their reaction to the recent trailers unveiled during the Peak Animation block during San Diego Comic-Con. In addition to looking for the devil in the details, we give our opinion on the outlook of two very different takes on the Star Trek franchise.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Remember Me” Review
In an episode that felt more like Twilight Zone than Star Trek, Beverly Crusher navigates an alternate reality where the crew mysteriously disappears. I vote for not allowing your junior crewman to carry out crazy experiments aboard your flagship vessel. Join in as we unpack the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, Remember Me.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Unnatural Selection” Review
In this episode, we see the new Chief Medical Officer of the USS Enterprise walk the fine line between her duty as a Starfleet Officer and her dedication to the oath of a healer. Doctor Katherine Pulaski risks it all to save a research station that seems to care more about its research subjects than the implications of trying to play God. Join in on the fun as Discussing Trek reviews Star Trek: The Next Generation, Unnatural Selection.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Miri” Review
We continue our "Best of the Doctors" series by looking into the happenings on Earth 2 and the race to cure a virus that affects all GRUPS. Captain Kirk kicks up the charm in a race against time to find a cure for the virus that has now affected him and the away team. Join in as we review Star Trek: The Original Series, Miri.
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Doctor’s Orders” Review
In this episode, John Billingsley roams about the Enterprise checking on her systems and tending to her crew, but for this Denobulan, solitude might be the worst thing he could have ever asked. Join in on the fun as we review Star Trek: Enterprise 'Doctor's Orders', kicking off our "Best of the Doctors" series!
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Star Trek: The Original Series “The Devil in the Dark” Review
In our bonus “Best of TOS” review, we discuss a listener-favorite episode, “The Devil in the Dark”. Join in as we dissect a journey into the mining facility on Janus VI, where a “monster” is wreaking havoc on a critical excavation operation.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “All Our Yesterdays” Review
In our final “Best of TOS” review, we dive into the penultimate episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, “All Our Yesterdays”. Join in as we dive into an episode in which Leonard Nimoy flexes his acting chops, as Spock flirts with the barbaric nature of the Vulcan past.
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Open Channel: Interview with Gates McFadden
Join me in welcoming the amazing actor, director, teacher, and choreographer, Gates McFadden to the podcast. Clarence chats with Gates about her career as an actor and choreographer, before finally getting the details on her upcoming podcast ‘Gates McFadden InvestiGates: Who Do You Think You Are?’.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Assignment: Earth” Review
In our latest episode, we review the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Assignment: Earth". Though we are temporarily sidetracked by our fascination with the cat named ISIS, we get into all the details of Gary Seven and what could have been.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Return To Tomorrow” Review
While out in deep space, the Enterprise encounters the remnants of a god-like race, seeking to “live again”. While the potential for advancement is high, the risk to captain and crew might turn out to be more than they bargained for. Join in as we review Star Trek: The Original Series “Return to Tomorrow”.
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Open Channel: Discussing Who Presents “Discussing Toxic Fandom”
Join Clarence, along with Discussing Who‘s Kyle Jones and Lee Shackleford for a discussion about toxic fandom. What is Toxic Fandom? Which fan base is the most or least toxic? What role do we play? And how do we become good stewards of the franchises we love.
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Open Channel: Star Trek First Contact Day
In this episode of “Open Channel” Jonathan and Clarence sit down to chat about the recent Paramount+ event, Star Trek “First Contact Day”. We talk all about the panels, big news, and announcements, as the Star Trek Universe celebrates 25 years of Star Trek: First Contact, and the future date in which the humans make contact with the Vulcans.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “The Immunity Syndrome” Review
Amid telepathic explosions, we continue our “Best of TOS” series, deep-diving into an episode that puts the Enterprise in the path of a galaxy destroying organism that drains the energy of everything it encounters. Rest and refuge on Starbase 6 will have to wait, as we review the season two original series Star Trek episode, “The Immunity Syndrome”.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Journey to Babel” Review
We continue our "Best of TOS" series, as the Discussing Trek crew reviews "Journey to Babel", a season two episode of Star Trek. We dive deep into an episode that gives us a look at Spock's parents for the first time, along with an insight into the complicated relationship he has with his father Sarek.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “The Doomsday Machine” Review
We continue our "Best of TOS" series, as the Discussing Trek crew reviews "The Doomsday Machine", a season two episode of Star Trek. We dive deep into an episode that focuses on a distraught captain who is hellbent on destroying a threat to all life in the galaxy.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Amok Time” Review
Our "Best of TOS" series rolls along, as the Discussing Trek crew reviews Star Trek "Amok Time", the first episode of season two of Star Trek. We dive deep into an episode that has so many core ideas that have permeated Trek-lore, and with such a great story, it's not hard to see why this episode is so beloved.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “The City On The Edge Of Forever” Review
We continue our “Best of TOS” series, as the Discussing Trek crew reviews Star Trek “The City on the Edge of Forever”. The episode is often regarded as one of the best episodes of Star Trek, but does it stand the test of time? I’m not sure we are qualified to say otherwise, but we sure do have a lot of fun diving into the specifics of this iconic episode of Star Trek.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Space Seed” Review
We continue our “Best of TOS” series, as the Discussing Trek crew reviews Star Trek “Space Seed”, an iconic episode from the first season of the original series. As always, we give the deets by putting on our collective 1967 hats, while framing it against how this story has influenced the franchise as a whole.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Season Three” Review
Here we are at the end of yet another season of Star Trek: Discovery. Join in as recap the high and lows of season three, ranging from our favorite moments of the season to our most disappointing.
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Star Trek: Discovery “That Hope Is You, Part 2” Review
While Osyraa makes a last-ditch effort to get away with Discovery, Burnham and the crew will stop at nothing to keep their ship out of her hands. Meanwhile, the mystery of the Burn is finally put to rest. Join in as we give all the details on this climactic end to yet another great season of Star Trek Discovery, as we review the season three finale, 'That Hope Is You, Part 2'.
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Star Trek: Discovery “There Is a Tide…” Review
Things come to ahead as Osyraa travels to Federation's front door, though her intentions are not all that clear. Join in as we unpack it all in the penultimate episode of 'Star Trek: Discovery' season three, 'There Is a Tide...'.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Su’Kal” Review
We finally get to the source of the burn! But will the revelation turn out to be as interesting as the mystery itself? Join in as we unpack it all in our review 'Star Trek: Discovery' season three episode eleven, Su'Kal.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Terra Firma, Part 2” Review
Emperor Philippa Georgiou's journey back into the mirror-universe leads the terran-turned-section-31-agent on a new path, while Cleveland Booker helps Stamets and Adira further investigate the source of the burn. Join in as review 'Star Trek: Discovery' season three episode ten, Terra Firma, Part 2.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Terra Firma, Part 1” Review
Let the theories fly! In a quest to cure the former Emperor, the crew of the Discovery travel to a planet that seems to have a strong link to a TOS fan favorite. Join in as we chop it up and theorize on what the heck is going on in 'Star Trek: Discovery' season three episode nine, Terra Firma, Part 1.
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Sanctuary” Review
In the latest episode of 'Star Trek Discovery', we start to get answers! Our favorite crew narrows down the location of the burn, Tilly takes charge, and we visit Book's home world. Join in as we review season three episode eight, "The Sanctuary".
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Star Trek: Discovery “Unification III” Review
The showrunners at Star Trek: Discovery have done it again, delivering an episode that hits at the heart strings in a big way. But if none of that tickles your fancy, MOMMA-DONT-PLAY, and the Discussing Trek crew is here for it! Join in as we review, Unification III.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Scavengers” Review
Cleveland Booker's ship arrives at Starfleet/Federation headquarters with news that Book has gotten his hands on yet another black box at the price of his freedom. Join in as we discuss Burnham and Georgiou's unsanctioned rescue mission, in Star Trek: Discovery 'Scavengers'.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Die Trying” Review
We finally get to Starfleet/Federations headquarters, but the welcome is not so warm. This episode was full of distortion fields, debriefs, and possible divisions. Join in as we review Star Trek: Discovery "Die Trying"!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Forget Me Not” Review
The journey to Trillville takes Adira on a quest to remember their past, while Discovery and her crew deal with the ramifications of their new reality. Join in as the Discussing Trek crew dive deep into the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery 'Forget Me Not'.
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Star Trek: Discovery “People of Earth” Review
The U.S.S. Discovery makes the journey to Earth, but this is clearly not the earth they are looking for. We give all the details as Saru and crew looks to give Earth a lesson in Starfleet 101. Join in as we discuss Star Trek: Discovery season three episode three, People of Earth.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Far From Home” Review
Star Trek: Discovery "Far From Home" takes the space western formula quite literally, and the Discussing Trek crew are here for it! Join in as we discuss the perils of the U.S.S. Discovery, as it crashes into its uncertain future.
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Star Trek: Discovery “That Hope Is You, Part 1” Review
Time-traveler Michael Burnham is thrust into a reality in which the Federation is all but decimated. When all hope is lost, A New Hope emerges. Join in as we kick off our discussion of season three of Star Trek: Discovery with its premiere episode, “That Hope Is You, Part 1”.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “No Small Parts” Review
I guess you could say its been a long road? But we finally get the episode we have been looking for, as the show wraps up firing on all cylinders! Join in as we discuss the season finale of Lower Decks, "No Small Parts".
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Crisis Point” Review
Welcome to the movies! We peer into Mariner’s attempt to work out her demons, while Boimler searches for tips to suck up to Captain Freeman. We dive deep into what some consider the best episode of Lower Decks so far! Join in for our discussion of Crisis Point!
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Open Channel for September 2020 with Jeremy Barrow: Stargate Rocks!
Join in as we have our third Open Channel discussion, this time with Discussing Trek co-host Jeremy Barrow. We talk about how Jeremy got into Trek, before pivoting to talk all things Stargate!
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Veritas” Review
The Lower Deckers are put to the test to recall details of a certain stardate and their alien interrogator ain't buying it. Join in as we take a look at the Lower Decks episode "Veritas". We use the Horn of Candor to speak our truth on the good, bad, and ugly of this episode!
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Much Ado About Boimler” Review
Where do Starfleet officers go when an accident or an anomaly leaves them... let's say, different? Enter Division 14. Boimler and "The Dog" head for a supposed paradise, while Mariner meets an old friend. Once again, we are here for all the fun!
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Terminal Provocations” Review
It's Star Trek Day! Er, or at least it was on September 8th! We cover all the news coming out of the celebration of the first televised episode of Star Trek, along with the latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks. As always, we give the episode the deep-dive, giving the good, the bad, and the ugly of "Terminal Provocations".
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Cupid’s Errant Arrow” Review
Bradward Boimler finds love. But is there more to this unlikely romance than meets the eye? Mariner thinks so. Join in as we discuss the fifth episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks "Cupid's Errant Arrow".
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Moist Vessel” Review
In the latest episode of Lower Decks, Moist Vessel, Mariner's foolishness has unexpected consequences and Ensign Tendi's urge to please leads her on an adventure of her own. Join the Discussing Trek crew for all the deets.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Temporal Edict” Review
We get our first Star Trek: Lower Decks time episode! Though no one will be contacting the Department of Temporal Investigations just yet. We give "Temporal Edict" the deep-dive, as the USS Cerritos and crew seem to be turning the ship in the right direction.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Envoys” Review
We are back with yet another Lower Decks review, as we take a look at episode two, “Envoys”. We dig deep to find any goodness out of an episode that felt more like a pilot and had more name drops than a Jay-Z song.
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Star Trek: Lower Decks “Second Contact” Review
Animated Star Trek is back! Albeit in a more slap-sticky kind of way. I'm boarding the USS Cerritos and dragging the rest of the Discussing Trek crew along.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Balance of Terror” Review
We kick off our “Best of TOS” series with “Balance of Terror”. We venture to sharpen our appreciation of the show that started it all by taking a look back, starting with a battle of tactical wits and a fight against bigotry. Join in on the fun in a staple of “The Original Series”.
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Off-Trek: Reality Breached Presents “Lee Shackleford of Relativity”
We diverge off the beaten trek to focus on something very dear to my heart, the Relativity Podcast! We join friend Sergio Lugo II as he dives deep with Lee Shackleford about Relativity, audio drama, his background in theater, and also about his time writing for Star Trek! Be sure to subscribe to Relativity and Reality Breached wherever podcasts are found.
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Star Trek: Nemesis Review
We round out our Next Generation movie reviews with Star Trek: Nemesis. Join in as we review the 10th Star Trek film and the last of "The Next Generation" cast. As always, we give all the deets and more.
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Open Channel for June 2020 with Jonathan Shorts: Trek X
Join in as we have our second Open Channel discussion, this time with Discussing Trek co-host Jonathan Shorts. We talk about how Jonathan got into Trek, before pivoting to briefly talk about how #SpaceX has lifted our spirits during the quarantine!
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Far Beyond the Stars” Review
Join in as we talk about what may be one of the most impactful Star Trek episodes ever made, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "Far Beyond the Stars". While this episode sadly remains relevant over twenty years later, we thought it timely to offer heart felt discussions, as we dissect how this episode touches a little too close to home.
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Star Trek: Insurrection Review
Join the rebellion! The Starfleet-Son’a partnership is up to no good and Picard ain’t having it! Join in as we review yet another “The Next Generation” movie, Star Trek: Insurrection! As always, we give all the details, background information and more as we have fun looking back at another entry in the Star Trek movie-verse!
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Star Trek: First Contact Review
Discussing Trek is back at the movies to review Star Trek: First Contact, the second of the TNG movies to grace the big screen! We give all the details, background information and more as we have fun looking back at a classic in the Star Trek movie-verse!
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Who Do You Think Is The Best Star Trek Villain?
On the heels of me questioning the validity of Star Trek villains. Star Trek’s official twitter account must be listening, because they recently tweeted about something that’s so on the nose, that we had to talk about it. Who Do You Think Is The Best Star Trek Villain?
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Star Trek Generations Review
Our fascination of Picard continues as we discuss the TNG-crew and their introduction to the big screen! Join in as we give Star Trek Generations the deep-dive, as the baton is passed from the Original Series-crew to The Next Generation!
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Open Channel for April 2020 with Kyle Jones: Star Trek v Doctor Who
Open Channel is where we talk about the state of Star Trek, with fans of the show through feedback and comments. Today’s guest is none other than the Whostorian, Kyle Jones, as we look at some of the similarities and differences between #StarTrek and #DoctorWho.
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Star Trek: Picard “Season One” Review
Join in as we review the first season of Patrick Stewart's return to Star Trek. As always, we give this season of Star Trek: Picard the deep-dive, hitting the highs and lows, and everything in between.
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Star Trek: Picard “Et In Arcadia Ego, Part 2” Review
Picard makes one last plea for organics as he now faces Synthetics and Romulans on both sides. Join in on the fun as we wrap-up the season one finale of Star Trek: Picard.
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Star Trek: Picard “Et In Arcadia Ego, Part 1” Review
A trip Coppelius proves to raise as many questions as it answers, and with the Synthetics and Romulans at the brink of war, Picard and crew are left to calm the brewing storm.
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Star Trek: Picard “Broken Pieces” Review
Truths are told and mysteries are uncovered as "Broken Pieces" makes an attempt to cope with it all. Rios has to face his past, Dr. Jurati has to face her actions, and Soji has to face her existence. As always, we give this one the deep-dive on the latest episode of Discussing Trek!
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Star Trek: Picard “Nepenthe” Review
A reunion is in order, but others are lost, as Picard and Soji's trip to "Nepenthe" reunites him with old friends. Also, Astra gives Soji a crash course on her father, while Picard gets candid advice from his Number One. Join in as give all the deets on an episode sure to warm any fans heart.
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Star Trek: Picard “The Impossible Box” Review
In our latest review, "The Impossible Box", Picard confronts his demons, while Soji is awakened. Join in as we give all the deets in our review of the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard.
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Star Trek: Picard “Stardust City Rag” Review
In the latest episode episode of Star Trek: Picard, we take a trip to Freecloud! With Maddox taken hostage by Bjayzl and Mr. Vip, our rag-tag group of heroes go undercover to make a deal! Join in as we dive-deep into Seven's return to Star Trek, as we review "Stardust City Rag"!
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Star Trek: Picard “Absolute Candor” Review
In episode four of Star Trek: Picard, "Absolute Candor", truth's are told! Join in as we give all the details on Picard's visit to Vashti, a planet that he helped relocate 14 years earlier.
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Star Trek: Picard “The End is the Beginning” Review
In episode three of Star Trek: Picard "The End is the Beginning", the plot thickens! With the help of a former first officer, Picard puts together his rag-tag group of misfits! Meanwhile on the Artifact, we dive deeper into the Borg reclamation. Beware of the Destroyer, but join in on the fun!
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Star Trek: Picard “Maps and Legends” Review
In episode two of Star Trek: Picard “Maps and Legends”, Jean-Luc Picard aims to get reinstated into Starfleet to uncover the mystery around Dahj and the appearance of the Zhat Vash on federation soil. Meanwhile, Narak and Asha get even closer, as more details about the Artifact emerge. Join in as we talk about all the details in the latest episode of Discussing Trek.
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Star Trek: Picard “Remembrance” Review
Star Trek: Picard is finally here! Join in on all the fun as we enter a new era in the Star Trek Universe. We discuss all the details as Picard attempts to gain all that he has lost, and uncover the mystery surrounding a strange new visitor to the Picard-homestead.
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IDW’s Picard Countdown Issues #1 and #2 Review
In this episode, we cover issues #1 and #2 of IDW’s Star Trek Picard Countdown prequel. As always, we give the issues the deep-dive, but not before relaying some final thoughts on the return of Jean-Luc Picard and our “Discussing Picard” series.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “All Good Things…” Review
Our "Discussing Picard" series comes to a close, finishing things off with the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "All Good Things...". Join in as we discuss Picard's continued test for the existence of humanity.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Tapestry” Review
We continue to round out our "Discussing Picard" series with a look at Picard's brush with death as a young and cocky ensign. Join in as we discuss yet another pivotal moment in Picard's journey, in "The Next Generation" episode "Tapestry".
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Star Trek: Short Treks “Q&A” and “The Trouble with Edward” Review
We take a brief departure from our Discussing Picard series to talk about season two of Star Trek: Short Treks. We take a look at Spock's first day on the Enterprise, as well as the origins of the troublesome tribbles. Join in as we review "Q&A" and "The Trouble with Edward".
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “I, Borg” Review
We review yet another Jean-Luc Picard focused episode, “I, Borg”. When faced with the decision weather to help or leave a lone-Borg drone to die, Picard allows “3rd of 5” aboard. While Crusher wants to save the drone’s life, Picard has another plan in mind. Join in as we cover another defining moment in Picard’s history, and what we feel is required episode for the upcoming Star Trek: Picard series.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “The Drumhead” Review
The Star Trek Universe has been on hitting all cylinders, as New York Comic Convention brought us trailers for both Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Discovery! We briefly discuss the NYCC news, then dive into yet another profound Picard-focused episode! When an investigation by Admiral Norah Satie goes terribly off course, Picard's own command decisions are put into question!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Family” Review
As the Enterprise receives some much needed care after its encounter with the Borg, family takes center focus: Worf gets a visit from his parents, Wesley gets a message from Jack, and Jean-Luc visits the Picard homestead. Join in as we explore one of the BEST episodes of the TNG-run, "Family".
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “The Best of Both Worlds” Review
Captain Picard is forced to act as the liaison for the Borg invasion of Sector 001! In “The Best of Both Worlds”, we review a pivotal moment in Picard’s journey, as he becomes Locutus of Borg. Like always, we are here for the deep-dive, reflecting on how Commander Riker and crew fair in his absence, and how Picard is shaped going forward.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Samaritan Snare” Review
We continue our "Discussing the Best of Picard" series as we discuss the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Samaritan Snare". Picard's pride gets the best of him, as he accompanies Wesley to Starbase 515 to get surgery for a heart condition. Meanwhile Commander Riker and crew play good Samaritan, only to find a crew member has been held hostage. Join in on the fun, as we give yet another Picard-focused episode the deep dive!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Q Who” Review
We continue our "Discussing the Best of Picard" series as we discuss the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Q Who". Picard's unwavering Federation optimism is put to the test, as Q places the Enterprise in the path of an adversary that Guinan knows all too well!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Conspiracy” Review
Join in as we kick-off our “Discussing the Best of Picard” series! We start the series with episode twenty-five of season one of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled, “Conspiracy”. We give the deets on Picard’s quest to uncover a secret invasion at the top levels of Starfleet. Also, we give our thoughts on San Diego Comic Con 2019, discussing the Star Trek Universe Panel and what’s in store for Picard, Discovery, and Lower Decks!
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Extreme Measures” Review
We conclude our "Section 31" coverage with a look at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "Extreme Measures". As Odo suffers from a seemingly incurable disease, Doctor Bashir seems to think Odo's ailment was the doing of Section 31. Join in as we get inside the head of Sloan, as Julian and O'Brien team up for one last romp.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges” Review
Doctor Julian Bashir is front and center, as Section 31 aims to protect Federation interests, even while neck deep in the Dominion War. In this episode, we get into the nuts and bolts of Section 31, as Deputy Director Sloan looks to utilize his genetically-enhanced recruit.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “Captain Saru” 2019 Annual Review
Join in as we take a look at the Star Trek Discovery 2019 Annual from IDW Publishing, Captain Saru. We give the comic book the deep dive, as we go on an adventure that takes place between the end of season one, but before Discovery meets up with the Enterprise on its way to Vulcan.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Season Two” Review
We sit down around the virtual table to talk all about our thoughts on "season two" of Star Trek Discovery. Join in on the fun as the Discussing Trek crew reflects on the highs and lows of what we felt was an excellent season!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Review
Another season of Star Trek Discovery is the books! While the penultimate episode, "Such Sweet Sorrow", was all about the parting of ways, the finale was all about the action! Join in as we discuss the end of the pre-TOS era, as Discovery leap frogs into the future!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Such Sweet Sorrow” Review
The latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, “Such Sweet Sorrow”, makes a firm attempt to tug at the heart strings in an unexpected parting of ways. As the title implies, the crew has to deal with the eventuality of an unbearable decision, one that could potentially alter the course of the entire series and the lives of our beloved characters.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Through the Valley of Shadows” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, "Through the Valley of Shadows", Michael Burnham and Spock follow a lead that spells disaster for the federation, while Captain Pike comes face to face with his bleak destiny on the Klingon planet of Boreth. Join in on the fun as we give all the details!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Perpetual Infinity” Review
You are NOT the angel! In the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery "Perpetual Infinity", we deal with the fallout of the revelation of the red angel and what that means to Michael Burnham. We also learn the enemy from the future has found a new host. The full Discussing Trek crew is on board to give all the details!
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Red Angel” Review
The identity of the red angel is finally revealed in dramatic fashion, but was the ride to the reveal as illustrious as the show runners intended? We discuss it all and more in our review of Star Trek Discovery episode 10, “The Red Angel”!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Project Daedalus” Review
Things come to a head in the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, "Project Daedalus", as Airiam executes her secret mission, Discovery attempts to stop her and whatever else is working behind scenes at Section 31. Join in as we give the episode our usual breakdown!
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Star Trek: Discovery “If Memory Serves” Review
The latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, "If Memory Serves", takes us on a nostalgic trip that reaches back to the originally commissioned un-aired pilot, that started it all over fifty years ago. Join in as the Discussing Trek crew unwraps it all!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Light and Shadows” Review
While Michael Burnham travels home to Vulcan to see if Amanda has discovered anything about the whereabouts of Spock, Captain Pike and the crew of the Discovery investigate a time-rift near Kaminar. Join in as we give the details and more on episode seven of season two of Star Trek Discovery, "Light and Shadows".
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Sound of Thunder” Review
Just as Saru is given a second lease on life, and a new found sense of power, the red angel takes the USS Discovery to the Kelpian home world of Kaminar, where Saru's resolve is put to the test. Join in as we give the details on yet another excellent episode of Star Trek Discovery.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Saints of Imperfection” Review
The show runners at Star Trek Discovery continue to up the ante, as the search for Spock is momentarily derailed, and the search for Tilly takes center-focus. We give the details on phenomenal performances, a pretty good script, and just enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat punching the air!
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Star Trek: Discovery “An Obol for Charon” Review
Join in as we review episode four of season two of Star Trek Discovery, "An Obol for Charon". We give the details on the near death of a crew member, the last moments of a sphere, and a chat with a spore! Clarence gives his thoughts on the episode, before turning it over to our Discussing Trek pundits Kyle, Kary, John, and Jeremy, to battle it out.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Point of Light” Review
The Klingons take center stage as L’Rell struggles to maintain power over the Klingon empire, while Burnham gets a visit from Amanda Grayson as Tilly tries prevent from going insane. Join in as we talk about the third episode of Star Trek Discovery season two, titled “Point of Light”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “New Eden” Review
Join in as we talk about the second episode of Star Trek Discovery season two, entitled "New Eden". We give it the deep dive, discussing the classic feel, which is spurred on by Pike's struggle to maintain General Order 1.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Brother” Review
Season two of Star Trek Discovery is here, and we are back to review this fun-filled episode! Join in as we give our thoughts on Captain Christopher Pike assuming command of the USS Discovery, and his mission to find "the red things" and how they may somehow lead to Spock!
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The Orville “Jaloja”, “Primal Urges”, and “Home” Reviews
This week are we are slightly off the beaten path, as we review episodes one through three of season two of "The Orville". Stay tuned as we give the deets on a season that has started off strong, and is full of Star Trek actors and more!
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Star Trek: Short Treks “The Escape Artist” Review
In this episode, we review episode four of the Star Trek 'Short Treks' where we go along for an adventure with Harcourt Fenton Mudd in The Escape Artist.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Fear Itself” Review
In this episode, we take a look at the third Star Trek Discovery novel, "Fear Itself", written by James Swallow.
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Star Trek: Short Treks “The Brightest Star” Review
In this episode, we are back for another review of Star Trek Discovery's Short Treks, with "The Brightest Star", featuring Doug Jones as Saru.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Inquisition” Review
In this episode, we get into the nuts and bolts of Section 31! Bashir is just having an all-around bad day, as he becomes the focus of Deputy Director Sloan as he attempts to uncover a spy among the DS9 ranks. We give the episode the deep-dive as Section 31 emerges from the shadows!
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Star Trek: Short Treks “Calypso” Review
In this episode, we are back for another review of Star Trek Discovery’s Short Treks with “Calypso”. We give the episode the deep-dive before have a chat with friend of show Lee Shackleford about his visit to Stage 9 Studio in Kingsland, GA!
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Terra Prime” Review
In episode four of our Discussing Section 31 series, we review Star Trek Enterprise “Terra Prime”. Join in as we tackle everything from Terra Prime’s xenophobic agenda to the validity of the prime directive. We also talk about our overall thoughts on Section 31’s presence in Star Trek Enterprise.
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Demons” Review
In episode three of our Discussing Section 31 series, we review Star Trek Enterprise “Demons”. Join in as we cover the first episode of this two part-er, as the fringe group Terra Prime goes to great lengths to propagate their xenophobic agenda.
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The Aftershows: Volume 02
In this week's episode, we are back with the aftershows! Again, we get a bit goofy, but valuable discussion is always around the corner. In these vignettes of post show banter, we discuss everything from the promise of Star Trek's Utopian ideas, to the life of a Captain post Star Trek-series!
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Star Trek: Short Treks “Runaway” Review
In our latest episode, we cover news coming out of New York Comic Convention and the second action packed season two trailer for Star Trek Discovery. We also take a deep dive into the first “Short Trek” featuring Ensign Silvia Tilly, entitled Runaway!
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Divergence” Review
In episode two of our Discussing Section 31 series, we review Star Trek Enterprise "Divergence". Join in as we cover the climatic end to the two-parter that explains the origins of the TOS-era Klingons, with Section 31 ties abound!
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Affliction” Review
This episode kicks off our Discussing Section 31 series, where we will review each of the Section 31 related episodes, starting with Star Trek Enterprise “Affliction”. While initially coming to this episode for the Section 31 ties, we get an awesome treat of revisiting the origins of the TOS Klingons. Join us for what I consider a must watch Enterprise episode!
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Star Trek Discovery: Drastic Measures and Star Trek: The Original Series “The Conscience of the King” Review
In this episode, we take a look at the second Star Trek Discovery novel, "Drastic Measures", written by Dayton Ward. We also dive into the Star Trek: The Original Series episode from which it is derived, "The Conscience of the King".
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Star Trek: Enterprise “Broken Bow” Review
We talk about some major Star Trek news coming out of Star Trek Las Vegas 2018, most notably Patrick Stewart's return to Star Trek! After wrapping up recent Star Trek news, we dive into our review of the first Star Trek Enterprise episode, “Broken Bow”.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “Succession” Issue #3 Review
SDCC is here! We take the better part of this episode to discuss Star Trek Discovery news coming out of San Diego Comic Con 2018! In addition to the cavalcade of news coming from San Diego, we give a review of the third Succession comic from IDW.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Desperate Hours” Review
In this episode, we take a look at the first Star Trek Discovery novel, “Desperate Hours”, written by David Mack. Join in and get the details on the adventure that takes place one year prior to “The Vulcan Hello”, with a very special appearance from that “other” ship!
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Star Trek: Voyager “Caretaker” Review
In this weeks episode, we talk about the first story of Star Trek Voyager, “Caretaker”. We chat about our first impressions of our beloved Voyager crew, and also give our thoughts on the events that led to the long journey home. In addition, we also talk a bit about the news of Alex Kurtzman’s five-year deal and spin-offs galore.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Emissary” Review
In this weeks episode, we talk about the first episode of Star Trek Deep Space Nine, "Emissary". We debate the vast change in tone of this iteration of the series, as well as giving our thoughts on this new adventure aboard a previously-Cardassian occupied space station.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “The Light of Kahless” Issue #4 and “Succession” Issue #2 Review
In this weeks episode, we cover the last book from IDW’s Star Trek Discovery “The Light of Kahless” series, issue four of four. We also take a look at issue two of the Star Trek Discovery “Succession” series.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “Succession” Issue #1 Review
We cover the latest from IDW’s Star Trek Discovery books, as we review Star Trek Discovery Succession Issue #1. We take a look into this exploration of the Terran empire, following the events of Star Trek Discovery season one.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation “Encounter at Farpoint” Review
We continue our look into Star Trek pilots and series openers, as we move into the TNG-era! Join us as we discuss a bit of news before diving into the show that picked up the mantle of “The Original Series” — Star Trek The Next Generation.
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The Aftershows: Volume 01
This week's episode, is all about the aftershows. While we do get a bit goofy afterwards, valuable discussion is always around the corner. In these vignettes of post show banter, we discuss everything from Black Mirror's pig-gate, to the plausibility of turning while in warp. Join in on the fun!
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Remembering Jeffery Hunter’s “Captain Christopher Pike”
This episode is a love letter to the first captain of the Enterprise, Captain Christopher Pike! Join in as we cover a brief bit of casting news — with feedback from friend of the show Matthew Turnage, then our friend and playwright, Lee Shackleford, talks about his feeling on what Captain Pike has meant to him and so many others.
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Star Trek: The Original Series “Where No Man Has Gone Before” Review
While aired as the third episode of the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series, “Where No Man Has Gone Before” — the second of two pilots — manages to right the ship. Not only did it get the series green-lit, but it also started a phenomenon. Join us as we review “Where No Man Has Gone Before”.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “The Light of Kahless” Issue #3 Review
In this episode, we take a look at IDW’s third issue of their Star Trek Discovery book, “The Light of Kahless”. Join us as we give the book the deep-dive, as well as discuss the Star Trek Discovery news coming out of WonderCon 2018!
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Star Trek: The Original Series “The Cage” Review
In this episode, we take on the pilot that *ahem* almost started it all. Though a second pilot was ordered, this is where it all started. Join us as we drive into “The Cage”.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “The Light of Kahless” Issue #2 Review
In this episode, we take a look at IDW’s second issue of their Star Trek Discovery book, “The Light of Kahless”. Join us as we give the book the deep-dive, as well as talk a bit about our time at PENASCON–were we got at meet Robert Picardo!
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Discussing Who Reviews “Arrival”
In this episode, we are once again doing things a bit differently! While the normal crew takes a bit of a break after covering season one of Star Trek: Discovery, we go to the Discussing Who archives for a review of the 2016 movie Arrival! Join in as Kyle Jones, Lee Shackleford, and Clarence Brown give their thoughts on one of the biggest science-fiction movies of 2016.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Season One” Review
In this episode of the Discussing Trek, we take a look back at season one, discussing the highs, the lows, and some things that just didn’t sit well with us! Did things end as well as they started with the onset of the Klingon War in the “Vulcan Hello”? Are we satisfied with the Tyler/Voq-arc? Was the venture into the mirror universe ultimately a good thing? Join us as we attempt to answer these questions and more!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Will You Take My Hand?” Review
Season one of Star Trek Discovery is in the books! In the season finale, Mirror-Georgiou leads the away team to execute a plan that could give the federation a leg up in the war against the Klingons. All is not as it seems, and Burnham and crew are left with the only thing they know–their Starfleet principles. Join us as we wrap-up season one of Star Trek Discovery with “Will You Take My Hand?”
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Star Trek: Discovery “The War Without, The War Within” Review
In the next to last episode of season one, a decimated Federation confides in a unlikely source, while the crew of Discovery attempts to come to terms with what remains of Lieutenant Tyler. Join in as we unpack it all in our review of the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery “The War Without, The War Within”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “What’s Past Is Prologue” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, Lorca attempts to fulfill his destiny, while Burnham–with the help of the Emperor–attempts to keep Lorca’s forces at bay. Meanwhile the power source for the ISS Charon, powered by the mycelium network, threatens all life as we know it. Join in as we review Star Trek Discovery “What’s Past Is Prologue.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Vaulting Ambition” Review
In the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, the mysteries keep unfolding! Saru tries to keep Tyler alive, Stamets is trapped in the mycelial network, and mirror-Georgiou gives Burnham critical information that sheds light on Lorca’s true intentions. Tonight we dine on ganglia-soup!
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Wolf Inside” Review
We are back in the thick of it! Burnham defies orders, Tilly plays doctor, and "The Wolf Inside" emerges! Buckle in for a fun ride, as we give the deets on the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Despite Yourself” Review
Star Trek Discovery is back for “Chapter 2”, and we are back to give you all the details! Love, death, treachery — we have it all! Join us as we review Star Trek Discovery season one episode ten, “Despite Yourself”.
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Black Mirror’s “USS Callister” On Netflix
In our first episode of 2018, we take a detour off the beaten path to talk about the Netflix Black Mirror episode, USS Callister. Like all Black Mirror episodes, USS Callister takes a modern day dark twist on technology with a backdrop of a Trek-esque world. We give it the deep dive, and have vastly different opinions on Black Mirror’s first entry into their fourth season.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Chapter Two” Speculation
In what may be our last episode of 2017, we talk Star Trek Discovery “Season One, Chapter Two” speculation, giving our best guess at what the just announced episode titles could bring to the series. We also reflect on the fan love-hate relationship for the series, by diving into a bit of feedback. Finally we wrap things up, briefly talking about the Star Trek Discovery Soundtrack, and the newly announced IDW annual.
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IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery “The Light of Kahless” Issue #1 Review
In this episode, we take a look at IDW’s first Star Trek Discovery comic book, “The Light of Kahless”. Join us as we give the book the deep-dive, as well as talk a bit about the Issacs/Shatner debacle, Black Mirror’s U.S.S. Callister trailer, and the Quenton Tarantino pitch to Paramount.
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Lets Talk About “The Orville”
In this episode, we talk about that “other” show. Star Trek faithfuls have made no qualms about their love of “The Orville”, and how it has managed to capture some of that Star Trek magic. Throw in the vast differences in the tone of Discovery, along with the CBS All-Access paywall, and you have the makings of a true competitor. But how does the show really stand-up?
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Discussing Who Reviews “Star Trek Beyond”
In this episode, we are doing things a bit differently! While the normal crew takes a bit of a break after covering the fall half of Star Trek: Discovery season one, we go to the Discussing Who archives for a review of the 2016 movie Star Trek Beyond! Join in as Kyle Jones, Lee Shackleford and Clarence Brown give their thoughts on the third Star Trek movie based in the Kelvin-universe!
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Star Trek: Discovery “Into the Forest I Go” Review
The first-half of season one is in the books, and it ended with quite the bang. As Stamets sacrifices his well-being for the success of the mission, Burnham and Tyler infiltrate the sarcophagus ship to complete the second leg of an equally dangerous and complicated plan to crack the Klingon cloak. Stay tuned as we unpack this action-packed ground-breaking episode of Star Trek Discovery.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum” Review
The cloaking technology of the sarcophagus ship is spreading among the Klingon houses and the Federation is on the hunt to find scanning technology that can detect their presence — but Saru finds so much more. Join us we take a deep dive into “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum (if you want peace, prepare for war)”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad” Review
Groundhog Day is among us! DISCO is hitting all cylinders as we get a Mudd-filled time-loop episode! Join us as we review Star Trek Discovery “Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Lethe” Review
In episode six of Star Trek Discovery, Sarek runs into a bit of trouble — what is it about these darn shuttles! As Sarek tries to foster an end to the war with the Klingons, Vulcan logic extremist have plans of their own. Join us as we review, “Lethe”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “Choose Your Pain” Review
In episode five of Star Trek Discovery, an impact is made on the history of the franchise. Whether it’s dropping f-bombs or romantic endeavors, one thing is clear — it’s not your daddy’s Star Trek. Buckle in for a captured captain, a tardigrade’s plea, a rash decision, and a daring escape! Join us as we review, “Choose Your Pain”.
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Star Trek: Discovery “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry” Review
Lorca wants a weapon, but he gets something much better -- a working spore drive. Burnham sciences the crap out of this one. Join us as we review the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry”. No humans were eaten in the making of this podcast.
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