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Mission Log Live : 036 - The One with More Star Trek Pals

This week, Mahogany, Barry, and Beth join us to talk about their Star Trek fandom, why it matters, and what brought them to Star Trek Las Vegas. What happens at STLV doesn’t stay at STLV. Find out why and meet some new Star Trek Pals on this week’s Mission Log Live! Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Tuesday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern


The Trek Files : 2-03 Star Trek Phase II meeting notes - August 3, 1977

With Paramount executives ready to push forward with a new Star Trek TV series, the braintrust held a meeting in August 1977 for a production update. Gene Roddenberry along with Gary Nardino, Michael Eisner and others kicked around story, budget and logistics ideas. Surprisingly, Gene was ready to go ahead without Spock until one executive argued that it wouldn't be Trek without him. Read the document:


Standard Orbit : 232: Star Trek: The Escape

More Moments From STLV 2018. This week hosts Ken Tripp, Zach Moore and Hayley Stoddart discuss more about the experiences that Zach and Hayley had while at Star Trek Las Vegas. Hayley shares about some of the personal interactions she had with friends and others while there. We talk cosplay, new friendships made, old ones reinforced as well as this year’s convention in comparison to previous years and what the future might have in store. We’re still basking in the glow of Star Trek Las...


The Ready Room : 220: Holding Out for Tan

Patrick Stewart’s Return, Kelvin Trouble, and Discovery Changes. Few characters in Star Trek history are as widely loved as Captain Jean Luc Picard. When the final credits of Nemesis rolled in December 2002, fans thought they had seen the last of the The Next Generation’s inspirational leader. So, when Patrick Stewart took the stage at this year’s Las Vegas convention—nearly 16 years after after he strolled down the corridor of the Enterprise one last time for viewers to see—no one...


Continuing Mission : 48: B-Shea and the Hitman

Mike Schmidt Talks Renegades. While visiting Alberta, Canada, for the 2018 Vul-con—an annual Star Trek convention hosted by the city of Vulcan— roving reporter Brandon-Shea Mutala of Melodic Treks met up with a specially trained hitman by the name of Mike. But don't be alarmed; Brandon is fine. As for Mike, he landed a role in the series Renegades (formerly Star Trek: Renegades) playing a hitman in a crucial scene in the second episode of this adventure featuring many familiar faces...


The Edge : 46: So We All Agree

Tilly. When we first met Discovery’s fiery cadet, Sylvia Tilly, she was a bright-eyed but socially awkward character serving in engineering. But she quickly befriends Michael Burnham and the two develop a mutually beneficial relationship, one that nurtures her goal of becoming a captain. At the end of the first season, she is promoted to ensign and sets out on the command track that could lead her to the captain's chair. In this episode of The Edge, hosts Amy Nelson and Patrick Devlin are...


To The Journey : 256: Ocampan Sex Ed

Kes Mini-Marathon. Everyone's favorite Ocampan, Kes, may have been in only three seasons of Star Trek: Voyager, but she left her mark on the Voyager crew and on Voyager fans alike. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Suzanne Williamson and Zachary Fruhling put together an ultimate Kes mini-marathon. Find out which Voyager episodes Suzanne and Zachary choose as their essential Kes episodes, and which episodes didn't make the cut. Chapters Intro (00:00:00) We're Like Laverne & Shirley...


Warp Five : 157: One of Those Memes

Writers' Room - Enterprise Movie. How a television series ends may color how viewers feel about that series as a whole. All too often, a series is canceled without notice, and many loose ends are left untied. Sometimes, the series writers know the end is coming, and have chosen how to tell that final story before shuffling off that mortal coil. Even in such cases, the last story may not be to everyone's liking, and possibly won't give viewers the closure they feel the characters deserve....


Mission Log : Supplemental 44 - But, is it Star Trek? Or, Yet another one from the Rio

Incendiary for six-years running, John and Ken pose the age old question, “But, is it Star Trek?” Spoiler alert: Yes. And, no? Yet another one from the Rio goes into the Mission Log. Get in touch with us! On Facebook: On Twitter: @missionlogpod On Skype: missionlogpod On the phone: (323) 522-5641 Online: We may use your comments on a future episode of Mission Log.


The 602 Club : 194: A Jedi and a Chiss Walk Into a Bar

Thrawn: Alliances. In Timothy Zahn's previous Thrawn novel he alluded to the fact that Anakin had met the Chiss during the Clone Wars and now that story has been revealed as Zahn weaves together a story involving, Thrawn, Anakin, Padmé and Vader. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by Jedi Masters Bruce Gibson and John Mills to talk about Star Wars: Thrawn: Alliances. We discuss the plot, alliances, Thrawn's leadership, the Thrawn/Vader relationship, Thrawn's...


Mission Log : Supplemental 43 - The One with the Roddenberry Podcast Network

From Las Vegas, Nevada - Sue and Grace from Women at Warp, Elijah and Kenna from Priority One, Dr. Trek from The Trek Files, and John and Ken from Mission Log talk fandom and podcasts and the return of Picard on this supplemental edition of Mission Log. Get in touch with us! On Facebook: On Twitter: @missionlogpod On Skype: missionlogpod On the phone: (323) 522-5641 Online: We may use your comments on a future episode of Mission Log.


The Trek Files : 2-02 Andrew Probert spacesuit designs - June 1978

Andrew Probert returns to The Trek Files to discuss early concept work for spacesuits and other wearable props on Star Trek: The Motion Picture. See the documents:


Earl Grey : 240: Star Trek: The Next Generation Musical!

TNG Characters Who Play Music. Music is an important element to the experience of watching episodes of The Next Generation, but there are also a number of characters on the show that play musical instruments themselves. What motivates them to play music and how might they use their talents as part of a music group? In this episode of Earl Grey, hosts Justin Oser and Amy Nelson are joined by special guest Tony Robinson of Continuing Mission and Melodic Treks (Tony also creates the...


Standard Orbit : 231: Star Trek Las Vegas 2018

TOS and DS9 at STLV 2018. This week host Zach Moore is joined by Lance Laster to debrief about the TOS presence at Star Trek Las Vegas 2018; Shatner, Takei, Koenig and more. How does this year's convention live up to their last visit for STLV 50? Was TOS truly as progressive as its reputation? All this and much more in this week's Standard Orbit. They also discuss the celebration of DS9's 25th anniversary, the screening of Far Beyond The Stars, and how its even more relevant and...


Earl Grey : 239: Jean-Luc Picard Is Back!

New Picard Series. On August 4, 2018, Patrick Stewart made a surprise appearance on the main stage at Star Trek Las Vegas to announce that Jean-Luc Picard will be returning in a new series set 20 years after Star Trek: Nemesis. Only a few other details have so far been given on the new series, but the reaction inside the hall during the announcement and throughout social media in the short time since has been one of incredible excitement and enthusiasm. In this episode of Earl Grey,...


Literary Treks : 238: Don't Be Afraid to Ask for Help

A Time to Harvest. The situation in the Dokallan system is deteriorating rapidly. As Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise attempt to normalize relations with the Dokallans, sinister forces are working behind the scenes to undermine their efforts and subvert the Dokallans' terraforming operations to their own purposes. It will take all of the effort of Picard and his crew to turn the tables on their mysterious enemy, who have the power to hide in plain sight! In this episode of...


Primitive Culture : 34: Hippocrates Wasn’t Denobulan

Pandemics in Star Trek. At times, the medical technology of the Federation seems almost miraculous, offering cures for pretty much everything short of the common cold (and, of course, baldness). But a sudden outbreak of an unfamiliar disease can leave Starfleet’s doctors racing to find a remedy before mass death ensues. Sometimes, they even must bend the Prime Directive to save lives. In this episode of Primitive Culture, hosts Clara Cook and Duncan Barrett take a look at Star Trek’s...


Mission Log : 287 - In the Hands of the Prophets

A Bajoran spiritual leader takes issue with classes taught to schoolchildren on Deep Space Nine. But is it religious conviction or ruthless ambition that drives the contentiousness? This week, In the Hands of the Prophets is in the Mission Log. Get in touch with us! On Facebook: On Twitter: @missionlogpod On Skype: missionlogpod On the phone: (323) 522-5641 Online: We may use your comments on a future episode of Mission Log.


The 602 Club : 193: Mission Impossible: The Golden Rule

Mission Impossible: Fallout. In a world inundated by franchise films, many of them failing to live up to the hype or even their predecessors, it is truly rare that a sixth movie in a series could be a contender for the of best in the series. With this in mind, if someone had told you 22 years ago when the first Mission Impossible film was released that the sixth installment would still be staring Tom Cruise at the age of 56 and that it would be the best in the series, people would have...


The Orb : 122: An Evilish Tint

The Mirror Universe, Part 3: Shattered Mirror. Since its introduction in the second season of The Original Series, the Mirror Universe has been a fan favorite. This alternate world in which good is bad has captured the imagination of fans and allowed writers to put a new twist on Star Trek's familiar wrappings. Following 1967's “Mirror, Mirror,” our connection with this reflection of sorts was severed for many years. It wasn't until Deep Space Nine’s second season and “Crossover” in...