Tag: Star Trek: Voyager

#31 – ‘Blink of an Eye’ Voyager S6E12

Janeway and the gang goof up a planet, but everything works out in the end. Join your time-zone-agnostic hosts as they discuss the often tricky-to-navigate chasm between the ideal of the Prime Directive and the practical realities faced by Starfleet crews, the problem of fiction relying on disproven tropes about cultural evolution, and the fact that The Doctor seemed more agitated by sports rosters than being ripped away from his wife and child. All of the proceeding, and much more to boot, is poured straight into your earholes on this, the 31st episode of It’s Got Star Trek!

Next week: We don our hot-weather gear to traverse the ‘Desert Crossing’ – episode 24 of Star Trek: Enterprise’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.

Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020.

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

Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com

Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek

Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek

Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek

Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube

Telephone us at 202-456-1414

You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!

#22 – ‘Year of Hell (Parts 1 & 2)’ Voyager S4E08 & 09

Have you ever been in a situation where you wish the year you were enduring would simply reset and allow you to start over while avoiding all the horribleness? Well then this episode is for you! Join your reality-fatigued hosts as they discuss Voyager’s fourth season two-parter, ‘Year of Hell.’ Is it genocide if the people never existed? Is manipulating the timeline any different than contemporary mechanisms of influence, such as war-making or the aggressive application of political and economic power? We unfortunately failed to discuss the most important question of all: is Annorax partial to anoraks? Regardless, we cover a lot of ground in this one!

Next week: We investigate Odo’s past (and enjoy another appearance by the great Kurtwood Smith) in Deep Space Nine’s fifth season episode, ‘Things Past’ – prepare to trek back in time to Terok Nor!

Subscribe to the It’s Got Star Trek Podcast on Apple PodcastsGoogle PlaySpotifyStitcherOvercastYouTube, or whichever clever podcast app you are most fond of.

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.

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

Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com

Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek

Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek

Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek

Telephone us at 202-456-1414

You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!

#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!

Subscribe to the It’s Got Star Trek Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or whichever clever podcast app you are most fond of.

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.

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

Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com

Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek

Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek

Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek

Telephone us at 202-456-1414

Finally, you can visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment (or indeed a series of comments – really, what have you got to lose?)