Book confronts his worm-hunting brother while Saru seeks a new catchphrase. Join your bog-standard hosts as they discuss the various ways to enhance representation in dramatic media, the social (and entertainment) benefits that derive from increased diversity in Star Trek, and the interesting family dynamics modeled by Osyraa, head of the Emerald Chain.
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Next week: Mysterious glasses man returns when Culber seeks a cure for the ailing Georgiou.
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