Space Vessel "Deaths"
In Star Trek, we mourn the loss of many characters - including those many starships that were sacrificed for the greater good. Or were just destroyed by a lucky shot. Or blew up in an alternate timeline.
The trio look at each of the ship "deaths" in all of the Star Trek live action series, and whether they were meaningful or just a cool explosion.
Which is your most memorable "ship death"?
Talkin’ Ships, Part Two.
The trio continue their in-depth coverage of the main vessels in Star Trek. They cover Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and the Enterprise-E. How do some of these ships separate? Is the runabout more shuttle or starship? Should saucers be circles or ovals? Let us know your starship opinions.
Talkin' Ships, Part 1
The ships of the line are an oft-discussed topic in Star Trek - the trio look at the "hero" ships from "Enterprise" to "The Next Generation." What is that makes the NX-01, the NCC-1031, the NCC-1701 (in its several incarnations), and the NCC-1701-D stand out? From the outside in, Darren, Daniel, and Phillip talk about what these futuristic ships do to bring our imagination alive.
Which is your favorite Starfleet vessel?
The trio begin a new series - focusing on the introduction on now-familiar alien species. In this inaugural installment, the trio look at the first episodes featuring the Klingons ("Errand of Mercy" TOS) and the Founders ("The Search, Parts 1 and 2" DS9). How do the "Kling'n's" differ from the ones we've seen throughout the franchise? Commander Kor acts as our first Klingon character, but seems a far cry from those warriors of TNG and DSC. Deep Space Nine introduces the leaders of the Dominion in their season three opener, which will change the course of the series and last until its finale. What do you think of these first episodes? And what changed/kept the same?
The Fathers of Trek, Part 2
The trio continue their celebration of Trek dads with a look at The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager. Who were the fathers that really left a galactic mark on their progeny? Let us know your favorites from the 24th Century.