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#30 – ‘Frame of Mind’ TNG S6E21

Commander Riker has a particularly bad week. Join your totally-not-insane hosts as they consider the ramifications of not trusting your own brain, the positives and negatives of episodic storytelling, and the inherent contradiction of spiny lobefish.

Next week: We fast-forward through cultural evolution in ‘Blink of an Eye’ – episode 12 of Star Trek: Voyager’s sixth season.

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#29 – ‘Cause and Effect’ TNG S5E18

Dr. Crusher saves the day using poker, deduction, and fragile stemware. Join your thrupling hosts as they discuss the curious mechanics of looping through time, the value of unwavering trust in your senior staff, and exactly how long a way it is to the bottom of the warp core.

Next week: We root for Commander Riker as he tries to maneuver himself out of a mental prison in ‘Frame of Mind’ – episode 21 of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s sixth season.

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#19 – Picard Season 1 Wrap-Up

Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard is over, but we aren’t quite done yet! Join your stir-crazy hosts as they unpack the first season storyline, discuss the best bits (and where there is room for improvement), and, most importantly, ponder the enduring mystery of Captain Crandall.

Next week: Fire up your old Constitution-class starships, arm the gas-detecting photon torpedoes, and set a course for our discussion of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Cover your knees!

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#15 – ‘Nepenthe’ Picard S1E07

This week your increasingly sloppy hosts raid Raffi’s snakeleaf stash and delve into the most nostalgic episode of Star Trek: Picard thus far.  Special guest Jimmy joins Patrick, Dan, and Jesse as they discuss android mucus, puny pizza portions, and the most tactful way to get someone to stop talking about your dead son. Welcome to the 15th episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

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#2 – ‘Encounter at Farpoint’ TNG Pilot

In this installment of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast, Patrick, Dan, and Jesse continue their quest to discuss all the Star Trek pilots with ‘Encounter at Farpoint,’ the episode that introduced the world to the gentle wisdom of Jean-Luc Picard, the aggressive charm of William Riker, and the understated sensuality that is a brace of space-faring jellyfish.  Your hosts are joined by one of the world’s foremost experts on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Daniel H. Johnson, and cover topics including Riker’s anti-android racism, Geordi’s condescending gesticulation, and John de Lancie’s oboist parents.  Also, what exactly was Groppler Zorn’s plan – did he honestly think this was all going to work out in his favor?  Anyway, this is a good one – go get it!

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