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#35 – ‘One of Our Planets Is Missing’ & ‘The Lorelei Signal’ TAS S1E03 & 04

Spock chats with a cloud and Uhura saves the day. Join your cartoonish hosts as they revel in the camp and creativity of the first animated Trek series, discuss the pluses and minuses of the animated format, and analyze the struggle between feminist and patriarchal messaging in old school Trek.

Next week: In preparation for our coverage of Lower Decks, we will be discussing the use of humor (successful and otherwise) in the Star Trek franchise. Contribute to our discussion by sending in your favorite and least favorite moments where Trek tried to be funny!

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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#33 – ‘Wink of an Eye’ TOS S3E11

A fast lass covets Kirk’s “space seed” while Spock saves the day with a little inspiration from Dark Helmet. Join your easily-confused hosts as they discuss the threshold for immoral action when your entire species is in danger, lament the general slip in writing-quality during TOS’ third season, and inquire as to precisely how long Kirk spent hanging out with Deela in his quarters.

Next week: Data is having some trouble sleeping and Worf gets excited for cake in ‘Phantasms’ – the sixth episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s seventh season.

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#25 – ‘A Piece of the Action’ TOS S2E17

Need a concrete example for why the prime directive is so important? Alternatively, looking for any sort of contrivance to watch Captain Kirk and Commander Spock dress up as sexy gangsters? Whichever is your pleasure you will get served nicely in ‘A Piece of the Action,’ episode 17 of the original Star Trek’s second season. Join your fawning fedora fan hosts as they debate the morality of interstellar interference, the difference between art and dogma, and the sheer joy of William Shatner’s acting in this episode.

Next week: We investigate the time-cycling shenanigans of one Harcourt Fenton Mudd in ‘Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad’ – the seventh episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s first season.

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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#20 – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

If you thought Picard liked Shakespeare, wait till you get a load of these Klingons! Join your nostalgic hosts as they discuss the excellence of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, a film whose plot and themes remain strikingly relevant to today’s crazy mixed-up world. We also, of course, discuss knee-balls.

Next week: Who knows? It’ll be something about Star Trek though! Check out @ItsGotStarTrek on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to find out!

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#8 – ‘Beyond the Farthest Star’ & ‘Yesteryear’ TAS S1E01 & 02

While the fandom collectively waits to see the first episode of Star Trek: Picard, your jive-talking hosts take a look back at the first two episodes of Star Trek: The Animated series, ‘Beyond the Farthest Star’ and ‘Yesteryear.’ We discuss the broadened visual scope the animated format affords the production team (made up of many of the key players from The Original Series), the peculiar (and often profound) performance choices made by the actors, and Spock’s racist friends.

Next week we finally get to review fresh and delicious new Trek, as we begin covering each and every episode of Star Trek: Picard. Let’s hope it is as glorious and brilliant as the shine on Patrick Stewart’s sexy head!

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#1 – ‘The Cage’ & ‘Where No Man Has Gone Before’ TOS Pilot(s)

At long last, after endless haranguing by fans from across the world, the It’s Got Everything Podcast Network is excited to present the very first episode of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast, featuring hosts Patrick, Dan, and Jesse, three of the foremost Trek experts this side of Argus Array. In the pilot episode of the podcast, your hosts will discuss the ins, outs, and arounds of the two (TWO!?) pilot episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series, ‘The Cage’ and ‘Where No Man Has Gone Before.’ We’ve hidden a few smart bits in among the dumb bits – be the first to find one!

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