Brian here! We’re back for Strange New Worlds! This time out, LT and I talk through Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, S2E3 titled Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow. This episode was written by David Reed and directed by Amanda Row. Overall, though we liked the episode, we both rated it the lowest episode so far. We both had some issues with the problematic aspects of the implications to the timeline. Enjoy!
The Star Trek Strange New Worlds Talk Through covers the new Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds that takes us along during the voyages of the starship Enterprise before the days of Captain James T. Kirk. We follow the journeys of Captain Christopher Pike, Lieutenant Spock, Number One, Cadet Uhura, Nurse Chapel, and others aboard the USS Enterprise. These episodes can be found on the Star Trek Discovery Podcast, Star Trek Picard Cast, and the Talk Through Media All-Inclusive Feed. It will also be available on its own feed coming soon. Hosted by Brian Meloche, Laurence Todd, and a third host TBD.
Brian here! We’re back for Strange New Worlds! LT and I talk through the season premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, S2E1 titled The Broken Circle. While we both enjoyed it, LT gave it his lowest rating of the series so far. I liked it a little more than he did but still thought it disappointing because there was not enough of Pike in the episode.
Brian and LT are joined by Rebinge Deep Space Nine and Star Trek Prodigy by RebingeIt co-host James Rowan, as they talk through S1E6 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, titled Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach. Brian and LT didn’t like this one as much as the last five episodes but it still got a high rating (9.5). James loved it.
Brian & LT are joined by Wes Huntington, co-host of the Twin Cities Trekkies Podcast as they talk through Star Trek: Strange New Worlds S1E5 titled Spock Amok. This episode was written by co-executive producer Henry Alonso Myers & Robin Wasserman, and Rachel Leiterman directed it. This episode had a great homage to Amok Time, while also being a good character-based romantic comedy. They all loved it, but Brian a little less, he thought probably due to a poor viewing experience.