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#49 – ‘People of Earth’ Discovery S3E03

Commander Burnham reunites with the crew while Tilly and Stamets tangle with an aggressively intelligent future-teen. Join your tightly-uniformed hosts as they discuss the importance of representation of otherwise marginalized people in popular media, the clever twist of having Earth be the “planet of the week,” and the return of whimsical music to the live-action Trek fold.

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: Discovery departs Earth to help Adira unlock some old memories in ‘Forget Me Not’ – the fourth episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s third season!

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#48 – ‘Far From Home’ Discovery S3E02

Saru and Tilly visit a local saloon while Jet Reno life-coaches an injured Stamets. Join your neuroblocker-addicted hosts as they examine the emerging philosophical themes for this season of Discovery, discuss how various characters have grown over the course of the series, and debate the purpose of the weirdly-slow-to-kill weapons favored by bandits in the future.

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: The crew of the Discovery, now reunited with Michael Burnham, head back to Sector 001 in search for the ‘People of Earth’ – the third episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s third season, heading to the third rock from the sun.

Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids.

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#6 – ‘The Vulcan Hello’ & ‘Battle at the Binary Stars’ Discovery Pilots (Part I)

Would you believe it?  Another week, and another new episode of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast!  In this new entry to our rapidly-expanding library of insightful, irreverent (and ultimately irrelevant) audio recordings, your hosts discuss the first two episodes of Star Trek: Discovery, ‘The Vulcan Hello’ and ‘Battle at the Binary Stars.’  There will be praise, there will be frustration, and, most importantly, there will be references to the Klingon blood scientist from Enterprise.  Oh, before you ask, yes we will be covering the third episode, “Context is for Kings,” next week since that is essentially a second pilot for the series.  Note that this episode was not sponsored by Siggi’s Icelandic-style Triple Cream Vanilla skyr yogurt, no matter what you think you might have heard.

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