[Review starts at 18:25]
Tony and Laurie are sad to report that Star Trek: Mission Seattle convention, scheduled for May 2023, has been canceled. They chat about that as well as Zachary Quinto’s thoughts on the possibilities of a fourth Star Trek Kelvin movie still happening. Then there is a deep dive into Tony’s new TrekMovie.com interview with the always entertaining Jonathan Frakes where he talks about supporting the PanCAN charity, directing the Strange New Worlds/Lower Decks crossover, season three of Picard, and his hopes to stick with Star Trek behind and in front of the camera in the future.
With the news done, they review the latest from Star Trek: Prodigy, “Crossroads,” a fun action-packed episode that brings the crews of the Protostar and Dauntless together (and in conflict) for the first time, along with the introduction of Okuna from TNG and a whole new Murf.
They then wrap up with some upcoming events: a webinar with Prodigy composer Nami Melumad and a new live appearance schedule from the indomitable William Shatner.
“Spock Amok” (Strange New Worlds “body swap” episode)
Crimson Tide conflict scene [YouTube]
Same Kazon slave trader (who sold the Caitian to the Diviner in the series premiere)
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