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#28 – ‘Past Tense (Parts I & II)’ DS9 S6E11 & 12

Sisko, Dax, and Bashir get a taste of our potential future when they travel back in time and witness the culmination of centuries of inequitable public policy. Join your increasingly radicalized hosts as they discuss the social, political, and cultural drivers of oppression, the danger of willful ignorance, and the value of fiction for inspiring change in this, the 28th episode of It’s Got Star Trek.

Next week: We return to slightly sunnier pastures as we discuss the clever sci-fi shenanigans of ‘Cause and Effect’ – episode 18 of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s fifth season.

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#27 – ‘In the Pale Moonlight’ DS9 S6E19

Captain Sisko teams up with Garak to troll the Romulans. Join your morally-conflicted hosts as they discuss the ethical complexities of galactic warfare, the brilliance of Avery Brooks and Andrew Robinson, and the creepiness of one Mr. Grathon Tolar on this, the 27th episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

Also, we announce the winners of the free T-Shirt contest!

Next week: We go with the social flow and dive right back into DS9 to discuss the increasingly and upsettingly relevant two-parter, ‘Past Tense’ – episodes 11 and 12 from Season 3. This might be a rough one, folks.

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#23 – ‘Things Past’ DS9 S5E08

Constable Odo reluctantly confronts his past while trying desperately to keep his nosy friends out of it. Join your masked and disinfected hosts as they discuss the uniquely intense style of Changeling psychotherapy, the brilliant subtly of Kurtwood Smith’s acting, and Quark’s mastery of casual condescension on this, the 23rd episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

Next week: We travel back to pre-Federation times to witness Jonathan Archer’s curious encounter on a ‘Rogue Planet’ – the 18th episode of Star Trek: Enterprise’s first season.

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#3 – ‘Emissary’ DS9 Pilot

This week your hosts fawn over their favorite (spoiler!) of the Star Trek pilot episodes, Deep Space Nine’s ‘Emissary.’ Joined again by guest TNG expert Daniel H. Johnson (who is a dab hand at DS9 as well), Patrick, Dan, and Jesse praise the tight writing, efficient world-building, and distinctive atmosphere present right from the start of what is arguably the best Star Trek series to date. Oh, we also discuss the sinister implications of a Federation justice system that does not include plea bargains, Miles O’Brien’s favorite transporter room, and the uncomfortable awkwardness of our new daddy fighting with our old daddy…

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