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#64 – ‘Tuvix’ Voyager S2E24

Captain Janeway decisively handles a somewhat awkward situation. Join your symbiogenetic hosts as they discuss the tricky morality of killing one person to save two, the uncomfortable misogyny of female dialogue written by 1990’s men, and the puzzling inability of professional Starfleet Officers to cook eggs properly.

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: We travel back in time with Captain Archer and Commander T’Pol as they explore turn-of-the-millennium Detroit.

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#4 – ‘Caretaker’ Voyager Pilot

You are invited to enjoy the newest episode of It’s Got Star Trek, in which your beleaguered hosts wrestle with the fact that they like, but don’t love, ‘Caretaker,’ the pilot episode of Star Trek: Voyager.  We discuss Tom Paris’ presumptions, Captain Janeway’s shady (and short-lived) senior staff, and confusing interpretations of the Prime Directive.  Also, Neelix.  Subscribe today at your nearest certified Podcast® dealer!

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Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts:

Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com

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