Tag: 7 of 9

#86 – ‘Message in a Bottle’ Voyager S4E14

The Doctor is repeatedly antagonized by Andy Dick. Join your alpha-quadrant-oriented hosts as they discuss the importance of this episode to the overall series arc of Star Trek: Voyager, the varying styles of leadership presented in the Star Trek universe, and the enticing conundrums associated with downloadable penises.

Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware!

Next week: Things get very very weird when we discuss Star Trek: The Animated Series’ “The Magicks of Megas-tu” and “Once Upon Planet”

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#76 – ‘Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy’ Voyager S6E04

The Doctor is embarrassed when the crew learns he sexually commodifies his female colleagues. Join your slightly-skeeved-out hosts as they discuss the brilliance of Robert Picardo, the opportunity for the cast to play their characters to the goofy hilt, and the difficulty divorcing the 1990’s-style over-sexualization of women from an otherwise clever and entertaining episode.

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Next week: T’Pol recounts the tale of her Earth-bound grandmother in Star Trek: Enterprise’s ‘Carbon Creek’

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#22 – ‘Year of Hell (Parts 1 & 2)’ Voyager S4E08 & 09

Have you ever been in a situation where you wish the year you were enduring would simply reset and allow you to start over while avoiding all the horribleness? Well then this episode is for you! Join your reality-fatigued hosts as they discuss Voyager’s fourth season two-parter, ‘Year of Hell.’ Is it genocide if the people never existed? Is manipulating the timeline any different than contemporary mechanisms of influence, such as war-making or the aggressive application of political and economic power? We unfortunately failed to discuss the most important question of all: is Annorax partial to anoraks? Regardless, we cover a lot of ground in this one!

Next week: We investigate Odo’s past (and enjoy another appearance by the great Kurtwood Smith) in Deep Space Nine’s fifth season episode, ‘Things Past’ – prepare to trek back in time to Terok Nor!

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#18 – ‘Et in Arcadia Ego (Part 2)’ Picard S1E10

Holy death and resurrection, Batman! Join your homebound hosts as they discuss the impact of mythology on decisionmaking, the connection between mortality and meaning, and the enduring, aggressive sensuality of the “Riker Lean.”

Next week: We discuss our overall thoughts on season one of Star Trek: Picard and where we think the story might go in season two.

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#17 – ‘Et in Arcadia Ego (Part 1)’ Picard S1E09

Things are getting down to the wire as JL and the gang encounter a rascally band of 1980’s-themed androids. With Jesse on an away mission, Dan and Patrick fumble their way through ruminations on the nature of identity, the somewhat bizarre Star Trek tradition of pretending colleagues didn’t murder people, and who we think might show up if Sutra and A.I. Soong manage to activate that beacon! We very much hope you enjoy this completely ridiculous 17th episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

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#13 – ‘Stardust City Rag’ Picard S1E05

Join your overly-chatty hosts as they negotiate their way through the wild, wicked world of Freecloud on this, the 13th episode of the It’s Got Star Trek Podcast.  Jean-Luc finally gets to be himself, 7 of 9 enjoys the more Shakespearean aspects of her regained humanity, and Elnor learns how to fit in by blankly staring off into the distance.  This episode also includes the first volley of custom jokes from Dan, fulfilling his ongoing obligation to reward reviews on Apple Podcasts with bespoke humor.  We apologize in advance for the length of the episode – the content is solid throughout, but the increased availability of snakeleaf appears to have contributed to a disruption in our perceptions of time and space.

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