The crew of the Discovery has their hands full in this week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery, episode 4×02, “Anomaly.” There are many different themes that could be discussed within this week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery, but the ones I will focus on are mentorship, trauma, and recovery. Here are a few of my thoughts on “Anomaly.”
We’ve been using those “Hold Onto Your Butts” grab handles all week, eagerly anticipating the resolution of last week’s cliffhanger on Star Trek: Prodigy.
With an ominous name like “Kobayashi Maru,” every Star Trek fan should be on edge. The infamous no-win scenario test sets the tone and perhaps the theme for season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery.
The latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy does a theme and variations on previous versions of Trek, gives us deeper insight into what each of our crew desires the most, and makes us glad for those, “Hold onto your butts” Grab Handles because we’re left on a cliffhanger already in this week’s episode of Prodigy– “Dreamcatcher.”
Our final Star Trek: Discovery roundtable interview features Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, and Anthony Rapp. Their characters, Dr. Hugh Culber, Adira, and Paul Stamets make up our found family on the Discovery. It was such a pleasure to speak with these three, but before we get into the interview, let’s learn a little more about each of them.
Our second round of roundtable interviews with the cast of Star Trek: Discovery features Mary Wiseman, aka Sylvia Tilly, and David Ajala, aka Cleveland “Book” Booker.
We got to participate in roundtable interviews with the cast and showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery! Check out our interview with Sonequa Martin-Green and Michelle Paradise.
We’ve got some thoughtful discussion of ethics, a lesson in humility, and some encouragement from Hologram Janeway in “Starstruck.” Let’s talk Trek!
Star Trek: Prodigy may be billed as a children’s show, but this is a show that is sure to please both the kids and the adults in the room. The pilot for Prodigy, “Lost & Found,” has something for everyone.
young leads of Star Trek: Prodigy, Rylee Alazraqui, Brett Gray, and Ella Purnell. Before we get into the interview, let’s learn a little bit about each of these actors.
Kevin and Dan Hageman and Ben Hibon. These guys have a great track record for making genre work accessible to young audiences. Learn a little more about these guys and then we’ll get to the interview.
We’ve got a short break between Star Trek: Lower Decks and Star Trek: Prodigy, but that doesn’t mean we’re slacking off. I was fortunate enough to join a group of journalists in a roundtable discussion with the cast and showrunners of Star Trek: Prodigy recently.
We’ve been boldly going all season with Lower Decks this year! Episode 2×10, “First First Contact” really sets the bar high for next season. Here are some of the things I enjoyed the most in “First First Contact” and a few of my expectations for season three.
The three ships we encounter give us a perspective we’ve not really seen before in any Star Trek. We get a peek at how the lower decks operate in Vulcan and Klingon ships. Even the cool logic of the Vulcans and the robust emotion of the Klingons are not immune to the bureaucracy of the lower decks.
It’s an episode that manages to embody the heart of all Trek shows–working together as a crew to overcome adversity–while also bringing madcap humor and deep-cut Trek references galore!
Secret princes, evil computers, & near-death experiences are stressing us out in Star Trek: Lower Decks, “Where Pleasant Fountain Lie.”
While the crew of the Cerritos keeps getting handed the jobs no one wants, from both the lower decks staff to the bridge crew, they just keep on persevering.
Episode 2×05, “An Embarrassment of Dooplers” features a tribble-like plot device, a car chase we’ve not seen the likes of since Star Trek: Nemesis, and emotional depth from Mariner.
“Mugato, Gumato” shows us the power of math, persistence, and friendship. Check out our review of 2×04 of Star Trek: Lower Decks.
“We’ll Always Have Tom Paris” has us laughing with this week’s episode 2×03 of Star Trek: Lower Decks. Voyager, pirates, plates, and more!
From the cold open that set the tone for the episode to a story full of deep-cut references, episode 2×02 of Star Trek: Lower Decks proves that it’s more than just a comedy within the Star Trek universe.