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Discussing Trek: Star Trek Podcast

Discussing Trek: Star Trek Podcast

Author: Clarence Brown, Kyle Jones, and Larry Erby

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Discussing Trek is the ultimate podcast for all things Star Trek! Whether you're a lifelong Trekkie or just beginning your journey into the final frontier, our passionate hosts explore the rich universe of Star Trek, diving deep into each series, dissecting iconic episodes, and analyzing beloved characters. Join our vibrant community of fellow fans as we embark on an unforgettable exploration of all things Trek! Hosted by Clarence Brown, Kyle Jones, and Larry Erby.
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Welcome back Star Trek: Prodigy! Join in as we discuss Star Trek: Prodigy Season 2, episodes 1-5. We will briefly talk about the logistics of reviewing a show that drops 20 episodes at once, before getting into the details of episodes 1-5.
In the episode, we explore the current state of Paramount Global, the home of Star Trek, chat about the prestigious Peabody Awards, and then discuss the final Star Trek Prodigy trailer. Join us as we dive into the inner machinations of the Shari Redstone and new initiatives to bolster the troubled company, gush over the wide range of Star Trek actors in attendance at the Peabody ceremonies before finally giving our thoughts on what we like from the Prodigy trailer and thoughts on its new home at Netflix.
In the episode, we discuss the future state of Star Trek and give some final thoughts on Star Trek: Discovery. As we prepare for Prodigy on Netflix next month, we look a bit further by discussing what we know of the Section 31 movie, Strange New Worlds season three, and the final upcoming season of Lower Decks. We also chat about how much of Discovery DNA we would like to see in Starfleet Academy.
Welcome back to the Trekkie Book Club, ah, Logical Reads — where we take the Vulcan approach, to our Star Trek Literature. We resume our discussion of 'The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko' written by Derek Tyler Attico, as we cover chapters 7 and 8. In this episode, we get into Sisko family's acceptance of Benjamin's pursuit of Starfleet, which a trip to high school presents some challenges of its own. Oh, and that vision — what is going on with that?
Join us for a fun-filled discussion of the finale episode of Star Trek: Discovery ‘Life, Itself’. The journey to find the Progenitor tech comes to an end, and so does the series. Did this season fulfill its promise? Join us as we unpack it all and more. It’s not me crying.
Join in as we discuss the penultimate episode of Star Trek: Discovery, Lagrange Point. After the Breen Dreadnought led by Moll is able to nab the Progenitor tech before Discovery, our crew is forced to go on a heist of sorts!
In this review, we discuss the eighth episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, Labyrinths. As Burnham attempts to escape a maze of the mind, the Breen enter the Badlands at the behest of Primarch Ra'une, who is now on an unrelenting quest to acquire the Progenitor tech.
In this review, we discuss the seventh episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, Erigah. While Stamets, Adira, Book, and Tilly dissect the last clue to find the Progenitor's tech, all other efforts are geared toward a diplomatic standoff with the Breen, along with keeping L'ak alive.
In this review, we dive into the sixth episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, titled Whistlespeak. Are you ready to challenge spirituality? What about upholding the prime directive? Everyone is looking for answers as we get closer to the Progenitor's tech. Join us as we unpack it all.
In this review, we dive into the fifth episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, titled Mirrors. Get ready for a good dose of backstory, along with an enticing taste of nostalgia. Rayner gets his wings and Culber is not so good. Join in as we unpack it all.
In this review, we dive into the fourth episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, titled Face the Strange. Get ready for a journey through Disco's past, where the connections made along the way are at center stage. You must remain connected!
In this review, we take a dive into the third episode of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery, titled Jinaal. Wilson Cruz delivers a commanding performance as Hugh Culber/Jinaal, while Commander Rayner, albeit reluctantly, gets to know the crew of the Discovery. You won't want to miss a detail of this episode as we unpack and analyze it all.
Welcome back to the Trekkie Book Club, ah, Section 32 — the secret literary division of Starfleet, tasked with archiving the galaxy's written word. We resume our discussion of 'The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko' written by Derek Tyler Attico, as we cover chapters 5 and 6. In this episode, we get into Benjamin's recovery from a rather traumatic experience, along with his yearning to join Starfleet.
In "Under the Twin Moons", the adventure continues as Burnham as Saru embark on one last join mission together. Join in as we discuss how their relationship has come full circle, Book's connection with Moll, and Captain Rayner's fate in Starfleet.
Star Trek: Discovery kicks off it's fifth and final season with "Red Directive". We give this one the deep dive, discussing the good, the bad, and the ugly. Join us as the show charts an adventure to find the greatest treasure in he known galaxy.
Star Trek Discovery’s final season is almost here! We’ll take a walk down memory road one last time by revisiting some of our top moments of season four. We will dissect how some things aged over time, key plot decisions, and a whole lot more. Tarka!
Join us as we countdown to the final season of Star Trek Discovery by revisiting some of our top moments of each season. Up next is season 3. We will dissect how some things aged over time, key plot decisions, and a whole lot more. How did you feel about ‘The Burn’?
Join us as we countdown to the final season of Star Trek Discovery by revisiting some of our top moments of each season. Up next is season 2. We will dissect how some things aged over time, key plot decisions, and a whole lot more.
Welcome back to the Trekkie Book Club, ah, Literary Frontier — or whatever we eventually decide to call the show! We resume our discussion of 'The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko' written by Derek Tyler Attico, as we cover chapters 3 and 4. In this episode, we get into the early years of Benjamin Sisko as he deals with grief, the greater universe, and a bit of a rebellious nature. Join us!
Join us as we countdown to the final season of Star Trek Discovery by revisiting some of our top moments of each season, starting with season 1. Dissecting how some things aged over time, key plot decisions, and a whole lot more.
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