The Doctor is embarrassed when the crew learns he sexually commodifies his female colleagues. Join your slightly-skeeved-out hosts as they discuss the brilliance of Robert Picardo, the opportunity for the cast to play their characters to the goofy hilt, and the difficulty divorcing the 1990’s-style over-sexualization of women from an otherwise clever and entertaining episode.
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: T’Pol recounts the tale of her Earth-bound grandmother in Star Trek: Enterprise’s ‘Carbon Creek’
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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