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Trek.fm brings you new talk and interviews each day covering every corner of the Star Trek universe. The Trek.fm Master Feed contains every episode of every show, and may also include content and messages not available in our individual show feeds. If you're looking for an easy way to sample the full range of our content, or if you normally listen to all of our shows as they come out, subscribe to Trek.fm Complete!

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By Kisstodian - Sep 01 2018
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Every podcast on Trek.fm in one place, get it you won’t regret it.

My Favorite Podcast

By Kindyj - Apr 03 2016
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Love it! I listen as soon as a new episode comes out!

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66 Ratings
Average Ratings
54
8
2
0
2

#50

By Kisstodian - Sep 01 2018
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Every podcast on Trek.fm in one place, get it you won’t regret it.

My Favorite Podcast

By Kindyj - Apr 03 2016
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Love it! I listen as soon as a new episode comes out!
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The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: The Line : 22: The Wrench of Requirement

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Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2.

The first season of Star Trek: Picard has come to an end, and opinions on the finale—and the season as a whole—have run the gamut from glowing praise to bitter criticism. In “Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2,” we see Soji coming to understand her place in the universe, a tense confrontation between the Federation and the Romulans, and the moving reunion between Picard and Data that leads to an unexpected new beginning.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Brandon-Shea Mutala, and Justin Oser discuss “Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2,” the final episode of Star Trek: Picard’s first season. We explore the beacon being used to summon advanced synthetic beings, the behavior and motivations of Commodore Oh and her Romulan followers, whether Narek redeemed himself, the emotional interaction between Data and Picard, and what the death and resurrection of Jean-Luc means for his future and the next season of the show.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Initial Thoughts (00:02:33)
Favorite Moments (00:04:43)
The Synths and the Beacon (00:06:50)
Seven of Nine (00:39:19)
The Wrench of Requirement (00:54:15)
Narek’s Redemption? (01:01:22)
Picard’s Death and Resurrection (01:27:55)
Canon and Books Connections (02:07:27)
Chrissie’s History Corner (02:11:57)
Closing (02:30:37)

Hosts
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Justin Oser, and Brandon-Shea Mutala

Production
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Editor and Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 31 2020

2hr 38mins

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Rank #2: Mission Log : 339 - Indiscretion

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Two old friends set out on a journey to find survivors of a lost ship... in a different episode. In this episode the two are Kira and Dukat. Kira wants to find Bajorans, Dukat wants to find his daughter. Then kill her. Indiscretion goes into the Mission Log.

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Feb 13 2020

1hr 24mins

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Rank #3: Mission Log Live : 111 - Star Trek: Picard, Season 1 Wrap-Up

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For weeks we've analyzed each episode of Star Trek: Picard, but this time around, John, Norman, and our callers examine the entire ten-part story for messages, morals, and meanings.

Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern

Apr 07 2020

1hr 4mins

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Rank #4: The Line : 23: Laughing All Night in a Borg Cube

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Evan Evagora Interview.

When Elnor was introduced in the Star Trek: Picard episode “Absolute Candor,” actor Evan Evagora became the first Australian series regular in Star Trek history. Through his appearances in seven episodes of the first season, Elnor shows his incredible fighting prowess while maintaining his charming innocence, which is unlike that of any Romulan we had seen before.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Brandon-Shea Mutala, and Justin Oser are joined by Evagora to learn about his experience working with Patrick Stewart and Jeri Ryan, using his natural Australian accent as Elnor, what it was like to live in the United States while filming the show, his positive and negative interactions on social media, and much more!

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Starting as an Actor (00:01:54)
Playing Elnor (00:04:51)
Social Media (00:34:55)
Conventions (00:40:11)
Fantasy Island (00:44:56)
Hobbies, Interests, and Upcoming Work (00:46:52)
Closing (00:55:01)

Hosts
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Brandon-Shea Mutala, and Justin Oser

Production
Justin Oser (Editor and Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Producer) Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Apr 15 2020

1hr 2mins

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Rank #5: The Orb : 126: Thrown Back into the Mythology

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DS9 Documentary: Season 8 Premiere.

As the camera pulled back from Deep Space 9, and we watched Kira and Jake stare out at the wormhole, what we left behind were many unanswered questions. When Ira Steven Behr and the writers of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine gathered for the documentary, they put together a rough outline for the premiere episode of a hypothetical eighth season.

In this episode of The Orb, hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing dip into the documentary What We Left Behind to discuss the story of Captain Nog calling his former crewmates to the station 20 years after they went their own ways, the mystery of Kira’s behavior, Julian Bashir as the leader of Section 31, and, of course, the return on the Emissary: Benjamin Sisko.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Cold Open (00:04:16)
Act I (00:08:55)
Act II (00:19:01)
Act III (00:26:43)
Act IV (00:40:41)
Act V (00:47:17)
Closing (00:54:16)

Hosts
C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) William Murray (Associate Producer) Kay Elizabeth Shaw (Associate Producer) James Muldrow (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager)

Apr 15 2020

1hr 10mins

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Rank #6: The Line : P12: Yet Another Instance of Eye Removal

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Fan Response to “Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2.”

After watching the final episode of Star Trek: Picard’s first season, “Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2,” fans had much to talk about! In this episode of Postcards on the Line, host Christopher D. Littlefield is joined Trek.fm founder C Bryan Jones to discuss all the comments we’ve received from listeners of The Line—both positive and negative!

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Fan Response (00:02:15)
Questions and Concerns (01:02:27)
Deeper Thoughts (01:37:18)
Final Thoughts (01:47:13)
Hosts and Listeners Thank You (01:49:56)
Closing (01:51:26)
Coda (01:58:02)

Host
Christopher D. Littlefield

Guest
C Bryan Jones

Production
Christopher D. Littlefield (Editor and Producer) Mike Schindler (Producer) Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager)

Apr 02 2020

1hr 58mins

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Rank #7: The 602 Club : 280: Choked on Their Aspirations

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Final Season.

In March of 2013, in the wake of the sale of Lucasfilm to Disney, it was as if millions of voices suddenly cried out, but instead of being silenced, they continued to speak clearly with one voice saying, #SaveTheCloneWars. Because of the dedication of the fans and Dave Filoni, on July 19, 2018, a day that will be long remembered, a new hashtag was born #CloneWarsSaved, the series would return for it's final season to wrap up properly!

In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills as we celebrate the final season of The Clone Wars! We discuss our relationship with the series, The Bad Batch arc, the Ahsoka Walkabout arc, the Siege of Mandalore/Order 66 arc and the music.

Chapters
Relationship With The Clone Wars (00:03:32)
The Bad Batch (00:11:55)
Ahsoka Walkabout (00:43:45)
The Siege of Mandalore and Order 66 (01:01:19)
The Music (01:51:48)

Host
Matthew Rushing

Co-Host
Christy Morris

Guest
John Mills

Production
Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer)

May 11 2020

1hr 59mins

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Rank #8: Earl Grey : 317: Picard's Spirit Animal

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Favorite Badass Guinan Moments.

Guinan first appeared at the start of the second season of The Next Generation and she quickly became a fan favorite character. Through appearances in twenty-eight episodes and two movies, Guinan dispensed important wisdom as Ten Forward's bartender while keeping the history of her long life mostly a mystery. With Guinan set to appear in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, we thought it was the perfect time to choose her most badass moments that we've seen so far. We also have an important announcement after the discussion.    In this episode of Earl Grey, hosts Joe Keegan, Amy Nelson, and Justin Oser list their three favorite badass Guinan moments from The Next Generation. Each choice is discussed and highlights Guinan as tough and uncompromising.   Chapters  Intro (00:01:15)  First Picks (00:16:33)  Second Picks (00:33:47)  Third Picks (00:47:11)  Honorable Mentions (01:03:09) 
Final Thoughts (01:12:08) 
Announcement (01:16:56)  Closing (01:27:30)     Runtime: 01:41:28   Hosts
Joe Keegan Amy Nelson Justin Oser    Production  Amy Nelson (Editor and Producer) Joe Keegan (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) Tony Robinson (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Michael E Hueter (Associate Producer) Thomas Appel (Associate Producer) Justin Oser (Associate Producer) Chris Tribuzio (Associate Producer) Joe Keegan (Associate Producer) Jim McMahon (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 24 2020

1hr 41mins

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Rank #9: The Line : 20: He Undeclined His Decline

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Broken Pieces.

Bits of the Star Trek: Picard story have been sprinkled across the first seven episodes, setting up the eighth to bring them altogether in a powerful, emotional episode. In “Broken Pieces,” each of La Sirena’s crew candidly examines who they are and where they should go, while Seven of Nine and Elnor attempt to liberate the Artifact from Romulan control.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Justin Oser, and Brandon-Shea Mutala discuss the eighth episode of Star Trek: Picard, “Broken Pieces.” We explore the ancient warning called the Admonition, Seven’s creation of a mini-collective on the Artifact, Jurati coming to terms with her terrible actions, and Soji continuing to explore who she is and how she fits into the universe. We also discuss Rios’s haunted past, Raffi’s entertaining interactions with his holograms, and the moving conversation between Picard and Soji about Data. Plus, we share our predictions for upcoming episodes.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Initial Thoughts (00:02:33)
Favorite Moments (00:04:39)
The Admonition (00:09:02)
Narissa, Seven, and Elnor (00:31:55)
Jurati (00:56:38)
Raffi and Rios (01:14:27)
Soji (01:41:17)
Canon and Book Connections (01:55:42)
Chrissie’s History Corner (01:58:46)
Final Thoughts (02:02:00)
Closing (02:05:09)

Hosts
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, Justin Oser, and Brandon-Shea Mutala

Production
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Editor and Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 16 2020

2hr 12mins

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Rank #10: The Ready Room : 224: Emergency Double Agent Hologram

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Midseason Picard.

Seeing Patrick Stewart on screen once again in the role of Jean-Luc Picard has been a dream come true for fans—particularly those who grew up with Star Trek: The Next Generation. But while the opening scene brought us two familiar faces aboard a familiar ship, this new series is far from a return to TNG. Nearly twenty years after the film Nemesis, Picard finds himself in the midst of a mystery involving old enemies and Starfleet that is unlike the one in which he served. While some elements may be familiar, this is a modern take on Star Trek of old.

In this episode of The Ready Room, host C Bryan Jones is joined by Matthew Rushing, his co-host from The Orb, to discuss the first half of Star Trek: Picard Season 1. We share our thoughts on the tone and direction of the new show, characters old and new, what happened in the first five episodes, what we feel has and has not worked in the writing and pacing, and where we would like things to go from here.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Change of Heart (00:05:30)
The Premise (00:12:26)
Federation Gone Bad (00:15:40)
Do You Need to Read The Last Best Hope? (00:19:35)
Every Universe Has Its Own Rules (00:31:22)
Romulan–Borg Disconnect (00:32:46)
Laris and Zhaban (00:41:02)
Dahj and Soji (00:47:39)
Narek and Rizzo (00:51:07)
Jurati (00:57:31)
Raffi (01:05:12)
Rios (01:11:53)
Seven of Nine (01:15:40)
For Mature Audiences Only (01:20:17)
Episode Rundown (01:28:43)
Where Is the Story Headed? (01:34:02)
Are 10 Episodes Enough? (01:39:47)
Final Thoughts (01:42:00)
Closing (01:44:31)

Host
C Bryan Jones

Guest
Matthew Rushing

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Renee Roberts (Associate Producer) Zachary Fruhling (Associate Producer) Sam Piassick (Associate Producer) Kay Elizabeth Shaw (Associate Producer) Tim Robertson (Associate Producer) David Shuford (Associate Producer) Joo Kim (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager)

Mar 07 2020

1hr 52mins

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Rank #11: Earl Grey : 316: Andorians on Enceladus

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Favorite Exoplanets in TNG.   Exoplanets are planets outside Earth's solar system and they have been very important to Star Trek from the first time that the crew of the Enterprise on The Original Series startedexploring strange new worlds. There have been many exoplanets depicted in every series, from familiar M-class planets like Vulcan and Betazed to gas giants to even more exotic planets. Over the course of seven seasons and four movies, The Next Generation introduced us to many amazing exoplanets that have been fueling our imaginations for more than three decades.    In this episode of Earl Grey, hosts Joe Keegan and Justin Oser are joined by guest Mike Wong of the Strange New Worlds: A Science and Star Trek Podcast to list their three favorite exoplanets on The Next Generation. Each participant talks about why the exoplanets they have chosen are meaningful to them and important to The Next Generation.   Chapters  Intro (00:00:00) 
Welcome, Mike! (00:02:42) Exoplanets (00:04:24) First Picks (00:19:12) Second Picks (00:38:14)
Third Picks (00:59:29)
Honorable Mentions (01:13:48) Closing (01:28:10)    Runtime: 1 hour 37 minutes 24 seconds   Hosts  Joe Keegan Justin Oser   Guest Mike Wong    Production  Joe Keegan (Editor and Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) Amy Nelson (Producer) Tony Robinson (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Michael E Hueter (Associate Producer) Thomas Appel (Associate Producer) Justin Oser (Associate Producer) Chris Tribuzio (Associate Producer) Joe Keegan (Associate Producer) Jim McMahon (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 17 2020

1hr 37mins

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Rank #12: The Line : 16: Bejeweled Bedazzled Björk

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Stardust City Rag.

Star Trek has rarely shown us the fringes of the galaxy without at least some of the perspective coming from Starfleet characters. In Star Trek: Picard, we’re seeing 24-century life in more parts of the galaxy that are far from the oversight of the Federation, and where few interactions with Starfleet officers occur. In “Stardust City Rag,” the crew of La Sirena go on a mission to find cyberneticist Bruce Maddox. They trace him to a city where it seems almost anything goes and any sort of official law is a distant memory.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Justin Oser, and Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi discuss the fifth episode of Star Trek: Picard, “Stardust City Rag.” We explore the controversial opening scene as well as the important roles of Bruce Maddox and Seven of Nine. We also talk about colorful and seedy Stardust City, the heartbreaking reunion of Raffi and her son, and where Dr. Agnes Jurati’s goes after a big change for her character. We also share our predictions for upcoming episodes.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Favorite Moments (00:02:09)
The Opening Scene (00:05:26)
Picard and Seven (00:25:45)
Political Implications of the Mars Attack (00:28:47)
Maddox and Stardust City (00:41:02)
Seven’s Revenge (01:02:45)
Raffi and Gabe (01:06:29)
Maddox and Jurati (01:18:09)
Chrissie’s History Corner (01:28:41)
Canon and Book Connections (01:35:19)
Predictions (01:41:00)
Questions, Concerns, and Final Thoughts (01:46:03)
Closing (01:54:02)

Hosts
Justin Oser, Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, and Brandon-Shea Mutala

Production
Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Editor and Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Feb 23 2020

2hr 7mins

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Rank #13: The Line : 17: Locutus?

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The Impossible Box.

“I Borg”—the acclaimed episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation that aired in May 1992—introduced Hugh, the first individual we see who has been liberated from the Borg Collective. After two more appearances in the series, Hugh has returned almost three decades later in Star Trek: Picard as the executive director of the Borg Reclamation Project. In “The Impossible Box,” Picard and Hugh have an emotional reunion amid the major storylines of Picard’s quest to find Soji—all while the intrigue aboard the Artifact finally leads to dramatic results.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Justin Oser, and Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi discuss the sixth episode of Star Trek: Picard, “The Impossible Box.” We explore the long-awaited meeting of Picard and Hugh, the deep friendship between Raffi and Rios, and the sudden turn in Soji and Narek’s interaction. We also talk about the flaws we seem to be seeing in Picard himself, more about life aboard La Sirena, and Picard finding Soji after half a season of searching. We also share our predictions for upcoming episodes.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Initial Thoughts (00:03:40)
Favorite Moments (00:04:50)
Picard and Hugh (00:07:10)
Raffi, Rios, and Picard’s Mission (00:23:57)
More of Life aboard La Sirena (00:36:52)
Soji, Narek, and the Artifact (00:49:18)
Intersection of Storylines (01:19:36)
Brandon’s Rios Theory (01:28:50)
Canon and Book Connections (01:34:13)
Chrissie’s History Corner (01:40:13)
Final Thoughts (01:44:30)
Closing (01:48:05)

Hosts
Justin Oser, Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, and Brandon-Shea Mutala

Production
Brandon-Shea Mutala (Editor and Producer) Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Producer) Justin Oser (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 02 2020

1hr 57mins

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Rank #14: Earl Grey : 323: Greebling the Borg

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Borg Collective Set.

"We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile." These immortals words were spoken by one of the Enterprise crews most relentless enemies - The Borg. We cover the topics of the evolution of the Borg from Q's first introduction in "Q Who" to Lore's mini-collective in "Descent" and continue the conversation on the next episode of To The Journey.

In this episode of Earl Grey, hosts Joe Keegan and Amy Nelson are joined by TrekFM's To The Journey hosts Liam Smart and Zachary Fruhling to discuss the Borg episodes from The Next Generation and Voyager included in the Borg Fan Collective set. The episodes discussed include, Enterprise's "Regeneration" and TNG's "Q Who," "Best of Both Worlds," "I, Borg," and "Descent."

Chapters
Intro (00:01:12)
TTJ Intro (00:05:44)
"Regeneration" (00:09:41)
"Q Who" (00:22:28)
"Best of Both Worlds" (00:31:01)
"I, Borg" (00:46:01) 
"Descent" (00:55:05) 
Final Thoughts (00:59:46) 
Preview (01:07:35) 
Closing (01:10:19)

Hosts
Joe Keegan, Amy Nelson

Guests
Zachary Fruhling, Liam Smart

Production
Amy Nelson (Editor and Producer) Joe Keegan (Producer) Tony Robinson (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Michael E Hueter (Associate Producer) Thomas Appel (Associate Producer) Justin Oser (Associate Producer) Chris Tribuzio (Associate Producer) Joe Keegan (Associate Producer) Jim McMahon (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

May 05 2020

1hr 16mins

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Rank #15: Mission Log : 348 - Sons of Mogh

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Worf's brother, Kurn, has a simple request - kill him. So Worf does, or at least he tries to before Odo and Dax can save him. Kurn is only made more miserable so is there a resolution to save a life and save face? Sons of Mogh go into the Mission Log.

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Apr 16 2020

1hr 6mins

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Rank #16: The Line : 19: Thad R. R. Martin

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Nepenthe.

The last time that we saw Will Riker and Deanna Troi together with Jean-Luc Picard was in Star Trek: Nemesis, when a newly married Captain Riker and Commander Troi were about to embark on adventures aboard the USS Titan. Twenty years later, the couple—now retired—returns in the series Star Trek: Picard for a heartfelt reunion with their beloved captain. Lending a helping hand, they provide Picard and Soji much-needed refuge at their peaceful home on the beautiful planet Nepenthe as they try to digest the dramatic events that have turned lives upside down.

In this episode of The Line, hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Justin Oser, and Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi discuss the seventh episode of Star Trek: Picard, “Nepenthe.” We explore the much-anticipated meeting of TNG favorites, Will and Deanna’s charming daughter Kestra and her friendship with Soji, and the dangerous turn of events for Elnor and Hugh back on the Artifact. We also discuss the worlds and languages invented by Thaddeus Troi-Riker, what may be happening with Rios, Jurati, and Raffi, and the disturbing images we see in a mind-meld between Commodore Oh and Jurati. We also share our predictions for upcoming episodes.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Initial Thoughts (00:01:43)
Favorite Moments (00:05:04)
Scenes on Nepenthe (00:09:52)
Jurati and Oh (01:02:20)
Rios, Raffi, and Jurati (01:14:42)
Elnor and Hugh (01:34:20)
Canon and Book Connections (01:42:14)
Chrissie’s History Corner (01:50:04)
Final Thoughts (01:54:19)
Closing (01:57:45)

Hosts
Justin Oser, Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi, and Brandon-Shea Mutala

Production
Justin Oser (Editor and Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Producer) Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

Mar 10 2020

2hr 4mins

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Rank #17: The Edge : 92: Klingon Tuning Fork

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Disco Klingons.

Honor! Glory! Death in battle! Klingons have been a part of Star Trek since the beginning. The Original Series saw smooth-headed Klingons, the movies introduced forehead ridges, and we learned more about their culture during the franchise’s so-called golden years of the 1990s. More than two decades later, Star Trek: Discovery once again changed—or reimagined—the look of one of the show’s staple aliens species.

In this episode of The Edge, hosts Liam Smart, Brandi Jackola, and Nick Collinson go full Klingon as they talk about the reimagined look of the species first brought to like through Koloth, Kor, and Kang, including the women of the Empire and Klingon culture.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
Klingon History (00:08:10)
The Look (00:12:22)
Language (00:27:10)
Lady Chancellor (00:31:36)
Sets and Culture (00:42:38)
Closing (00:55:29)

Hosts
Liam Smart, Brandi Jackola, and Nick Collinson

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Liam Smart (Editor) Brandi Jackola (Producers), Nick Collins (Producers), C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Tony Robinson (Associate Producer) Lisa Slack (Associate Producer) Tom Puleo (Associate Producer) Shoaib Mirza (Associate Producer) Richard Rutledge (Associate Producer) James Muldrow (Associate Producer) Cornelia Reutner (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Chris Tribuzio (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art)

May 22 2020

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Rank #18: Mission Log : 337 - The Visitor

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After Benjamin Sisko dies in an accident, he visits young Jake Sisko on DS9. Years later, the elder Jake is visited by a young writer looking for a good story. Norman and John are visited by some heavy emotions as The Visitor visits Mission Log.

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Jan 30 2020

1hr 26mins

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