Boimler gains some practical experience while Rutherford explores his options. Join your jamaharon-deficient hosts as they discuss the world-building benefits of animation, the unfortunate prevalence of misplaced rage among a small segment of Star Trek fans, and the happy fact that professionalism need not preclude tomfoolery.
Spoiler warning! In our excitement to discuss the episode we dove right into spoiler territory, so if you have not been able to see the episode yet you might want to avoid the noid.*
Next week: Expectations of time-travel-based shenanigans are high in ‘Temporal Edict’ – the third episode of Lower Deck’s first season.
* The “noid” in this case represents the podcast episode – but you got that, you are clever folks, by and large.
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