While the fandom collectively waits to see the first episode of Star Trek: Picard, your jive-talking hosts take a look back at the first two episodes of Star Trek: The Animated series, ‘Beyond the Farthest Star’ and ‘Yesteryear.’ We discuss the broadened visual scope the animated format affords the production team (made up of many of the key players from The Original Series), the peculiar (and often profound) performance choices made by the actors, and Spock’s racist friends.
Next week we finally get to review fresh and delicious new Trek, as we begin covering each and every episode of Star Trek: Picard. Let’s hope it is as glorious and brilliant as the shine on Patrick Stewart’s sexy head!
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