In the Trek-verse, there are not many times we see characters out of uniform, just being themselves. But in those rare moments when we catch them indulging in their off-duty interests, it can provide insight into their personalities. No matter what series it is from water polo to clarinets there are many interesting hobbies seen in Star Trek.
Which character do you think had the most interesting hobby? Let us know at #AskCA3.
Those red shirts, and more commonly in the 24th Century - yellow shirts, who serve as tactical/security officer provide unique personalities and characterizations throughout the Trek franchise, even if their roles are similar.
Should there be separate security and tactical roles? Which phaser firer is your favorite? Let us know at #AskCA3.
Everyone has their favorite series' ship, whether it's the original NCC-1701, NX-01 or the D, perhaps even Voyager or the Defiant. However, what about the other great vessels, both Starfleet and alien? This round robin episode features the co-hosts favorite Starfleet and non-Starfleet ships, from a Romulan warbird to the experimental U.S.S. Prometheus. We tackle the most important questions, such as "How did the Phoenix land?
The influence of stage theatre is seen throughout the Trek franchise, along with the many stage actors it features. Guest co-host, Jessica Nunn of the Phoenix Theatre Company, joins the trio to discuss the theatricality of ENT "A Night in Sickbay," TOS "Conscience of the King, TNG "Frame of Mind," and DS9 "In the Pale Moonlight."
Let us know what episode you would like to see performed on the stage at #AskCA3
The doctors of Star Trek provide great characters with their own unique challenges and storylines. We discuss the men and women in blue who saved lives and faced various diseases. Let us know your favorite doctor at #AskCA3