If the Enterprise-D Had Lived in the Movies
We all know that the Enterprise-D was destroyed and unable to be salvaged in "Star Trek: Generations." In this episode, Darren, Daniel, and Phillip try to imagine the rest of the Next Generation feature films with our favorite Galaxy-class vessel. What if the flagship went through the same evolution as The Original Series' Enterprise in the movies - with a modified version as its successor, analogous to the "All Good Things" model. How would it have fared against the Borg? The Briar Patch? How many extra warp nacelles are too many?
Which movie would the Enterprise-D have been best in?
The Ultimate Star Trek Crew Bracket.
There has been a lot of uses of “pop culture” brackets following the end of sports ball bracket season. Daniel, Darren, and Phillip put their own spore drive spin on the concept - they pick a captain and crew member from each series and “pit” them against each other in a “Hunger Games”-esque scenario. Which pair will come out on top? And which partners might turn on each other? What Trek character makes it to the end, with arms raised in victory? Join this celebration of 50 plus years of Star Trek, and let us know what your ultimate Trek bracket would look like.
Shakespeare in Star Trek VI
In this week of 4/1, the Ceti Alpha 3 duo tackle the ubiquitous use of William Shakespeare in The Original Series' final feature outing, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. From the film title itself to General Chang's frequent quotations, Jessica and Phillip look at how Klingon culture embraces the Bard and more.
What is your favorite Shakespeare line from the movie?
Picking Your Fantasy Starfleet Assignment
We all dream of serving on the Enterprise with Captain Kirk or Voyager in the Delta Quadrant. But the trio decides to pick their fantasy Starfleet assignments outside of the "main" ships and space stations. This leads to some surprising choices across time and space. Join the stranded team as they do a round-robin exercise of picking their future starship assignments.
Which secondary Star Trek ship would you choose to serve on?
Star Trek: Titan Pilot Episode.
Star Trek fans hunger for the continuing adventures of the 24th Century. Many of those stories live on in the novels, including those with Captain William T. Riker and the starship Titan. However, Daniel, Darren, and Phillip decide to write and pitch their own television pilot for “Star Trek: Titan,” with new characters and some familiar faces. They fill in the senior officers with a diverse group of aliens, and a story that strikes at the heart of the United Federation of Planets. They propose a familiar villain acting in a new capacity, and Captain Riker will face a foe who may know him better than anyone.
Who would you want on the crew of the U.S.S. Titan?