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#50 – ‘Forget Me Not’ Discovery S3E04

Commander Burnham helps Adira reconnect with their past, while Culber and Saru cheer up the crew! Join your tentacle-adoring hosts as they discuss the relationship between mental health, human connections, and acceptance of identity and the value of sci-fi for unpacking these sorts of complex ideas. Also, in celebration of our 50th episode, we call out a racist Star Trek fan!

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 learn that knowing is just half the battle…

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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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#47 – ‘That Hope Is You, Part 1’ Discovery S3E01

Burnham meets a new friend and obtains some chemically-induced revelations. Join your cat-friendly hosts as they ruminate on the state of the Federation in 3188, how myths shape society, and the peculiar fat-shaming of a perfectly normal feline.

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 catch up with the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery and see how they are handling their new temporal digs.

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#26 – ‘Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad’ Discovery S1E07

Michael Burnham overcomes her social anxiety with the help of a wayward space whale, a rascally con man, and a genetically-modified friend. Join your time-agnostic hosts as they discuss the value of disrupted routines, curiously contemporary music, and the logic of love on this, the 26th episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

Next week: We debate the complex moral minefields of interstellar war and peace as we discuss ‘In the Pale Moonlight’ – the 19th episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s sixth season.

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#7 – ‘Context is for Kings’ Discovery Pilots (Part II)

In the newest episode of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast, your distractable hosts discuss King of the Hill, Benson, Star Trek II, Star Trek Phase II, Lake Geneva, masturbation croissants, The Expanse, The Orville, Fried Green Tomatoes, a cat meowing, Too Close for Comfort, swiss chard, suspension of disbelief shattered by errant trombone slide positions, TNG bloopers, tips for picking wineberries, chess pies versus pecan pies, the curiously convergent genetic origins of a variety of staple vegetables, The Cube, Benny and Joon, prolapsed anuses, and, occasionally, episode 3 of Star Trek: Discovery, ‘Context is For Kings.’

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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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