Tony and Laurie also take their first look at the characters of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy.’Read More
Tony and Laurie also talk deepfake Data and their hopes for Disco season 4.
Time for Tony and Laurie to review the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ season 3 finale “That Hope is You, Part 2.”
Join podcasters Tony and Laurie as they discuss the week’s news and review the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ episode “There Is A Tide…”
We love this episode. How does it fit into Trek’s legacy of social commentary?
Tony and Laurie review “Su’Kal,” the latest ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ episode, and consider that sometimes a cat is just a cat.
Tony and Laurie are not quite in agreement about how this two-parter wrapped up.
Tony and Laurie review the newest ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ episode, the wily and unpredictable “Terra Firma, Part 1.”
Neil Shurley joins Tony and Laurie to preview the new book ‘The Art of Star Trek Discovery’ and review the latest Frakes-directed episode.
Tony and Laurie review the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ third season episode “Unification III.”
David and Joe talk about the 8 Trek documentaries under their belts plus new DS9 and VOY docs in production.
We also cover the latest news on Simon Pegg’s spat with Quentin Tarantino.
Listen along with the podcasters as they grow their beards for the sophomore season of TNG.
The podcasters review “Die Trying,” the newest episode of ‘Star Trek: Discovery.”
The podcasters are thankful for another strong ‘Discovery’ episode, although they have a nitpick or two.
Kayla from the Shuttle Pod joins us this week to talk monuments, Michael, and marshmallows. Marshmelons?
“Whoever he is, he sure talks gloomy!”
Tony and Laurie also discuss Star Trek TV going back into production with some cool new tech.
What’s ‘Beyond’ the next horizon for Star Trek on film? Listen along.
Tony and Laurie also talk sexuality in ‘Lower Decks’ season 2, STLV, and butts.
Matt from the Shuttle Pod joins Tony and Laurie this week to cover NY Comic Con news and wrap up the season of ‘Lower Decks.’
Tony and Laurie share an excerpt from TrekMovie’s interview with Jonathan Frakes and review ‘Lower Decks.’