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122: #WFENTRPG

10/13/2017
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Warp Five Role Playing Game. While all Star Trek series have focused on a main set of characters, every once in a while an episode would come along and show the viewers what the lower decks of the ship, and what some of the less important crew members would be doing. Enterprise never got the chance to do this, until now... In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by DM (VM?) Phillip Gilfus for a Role Playing Game adventure set in the first...

Duration: 01:11:28


121: In Slinks the Entertainment

9/29/2017
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"Bound" Commentary. The Orion slave girl is an image that has been associated with Star Trek since we first saw one in the episode "The Menagerie Part II." While a sexual slave is not a politically correct type of character, the writers of Star Trek: Enterprise tried to ret-con some explanations for this alien species in the fourth season of the show. Did they succeed? In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala provide a watch along commentary for the...

Duration: 01:09:59


120: Too Much, Too Much. Bring it Back, Bring it Back

9/15/2017
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Movie Night - For Whom the Bell Tolls. Friendship and fellowship is important for people's general health and well-being. All of the Star Trek series have shown some sort of interaction between the members of its crew on screen in varying ways. The Next Generation had poker, Deep Space Nine had Vic's lounge, Voyager had Sandrine's and the resort program, and Enterprise had movie night. Since the invention of home video releases of films, many fans of movies have participated in an event...

Duration: 00:52:41


119: All the Extras Stand Over There

9/1/2017
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Jim Moorhouse Interview. Star Trek fans have dreamed about living the fantastical lives of the characters that they have come to love. They dream about visiting new worlds, encountering new life, traveling faster than the speed of light, and ... firing the torpedoes? For one fan, visiting the sets of the Enterprise and walking the halls of that ship became a reality for him when he won an online contest that awarded him the prize of a walk on role for a season four episode of Star Trek:...

Duration: 00:54:29


118: Pool Tables and Pinball Machines

8/18/2017
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"Dead Stop" Commentary. One method of storytelling that the producers of Enterprise wanted to utilize was continuity throughout the episodes. Their desire was that actions in one episode would have ramifications in the next. One example was the damage that the NX-01 received during the episode "Mine Field." This begged the question: How would they repair their ship when the crew was in the middle of nowhere with no support from Starfleet? In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd...

Duration: 00:56:31


118: Pool Tables and Pinball Machines

8/18/2017
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"Dead Stop" Commentary. One method of storytelling that the producers of Enterprise wanted to utilize was continuity throughout the episodes. Their desire was that actions in one episode would have ramifications in the next. One example was the damage that the NX-01 received during the episode "Mine Field." This begged the question: How would they repair their ship when the crew was in the middle of nowhere with no support from Starfleet? In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd...

Duration: 00:56:31


118: Pool Tables and Pinball Machines

8/18/2017
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"Dead Stop" Commentary. One method of storytelling that the producers of Enterprise wanted to utilize was continuity throughout the episodes. Their desire was that actions in one episode would have ramifications in the next. One example was the damage that the NX-01 received during the episode "Mine Field." This begged the question: How would they repair their ship when the crew was in the middle of nowhere with no support from Starfleet? In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd...

Duration: 00:56:31


117: Do You Think They Might Let Me Watch?

8/4/2017
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Top 3 Phlox Moments. Many Star Trek fans cite the alien crew members as their favorite characters to watch because of the unique perspectives that can be utilized by the writers. While he can definitely be cited as the most optimistic crew member in all of Star Trek, Doctor Phlox has many different sides to his character including anger, and sadness. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Justin Oser to discuss their top three Phlox...

Duration: 00:48:44


117: Do You Think They Might Let Me Watch?

8/4/2017
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Top 3 Phlox Moments. Many Star Trek fans cite the alien crew members as their favorite characters to watch because of the unique perspectives that can be utilized by the writers. While he can definitely be cited as the most optimistic crew member in all of Star Trek, Doctor Phlox has many different sides to his character including anger, and sadness. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Justin Oser to discuss their top three Phlox...

Duration: 00:48:44


117: Do You Think They Might Let Me Watch?

8/4/2017
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Top 3 Phlox Moments. Many Star Trek fans cite the alien crew members as their favorite characters to watch because of the unique perspectives that can be utilized by the writers. While he can definitely be cited as the most optimistic crew member in all of Star Trek, Doctor Phlox has many different sides to his character including anger, and sadness. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Justin Oser to discuss their top three Phlox...

Duration: 00:48:44


116: An In-Between-Quel

7/21/2017
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Enterprise References in Star Trek: Beyond. In 2016, for the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek, fans were excited to hear that a new movie would be gracing the silver screen. Continuing the Kelvin Timeline adventures of Captain Kirk and his crew, the writers made an effort to tie this film into Star Trek continuity with numerous references to events and characters established in the previous fifty years of the franchise. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and...

Duration: 01:06:55


115: This Guy Is So Greasy!

7/7/2017
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Season Three Retrospective Part 3. Season three of Star Trek: Enterprise was an brave experiment of storytelling with the franchises first season long story arc. As a response to the events of September 11, 2001, the creators of the show wanted to take Star Trek in a new, darker direction. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Heather Barker and Patrick Devlin for the third part in our season three retrospective. We discuss the...

Duration: 01:23:14


114: A Magnificent Comparison

6/23/2017
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Marauders and The Magnificent Seven. Television shows have frequently taken inspiration from popular movies when it comes to story telling. Some influence is subtle, and some is obvious. In a follow up to Warp Five 101, where John Tenuto and Brandon-Shea Mutala compared "Dawn" to the film Enemy Mine, we take a look at another second season episode that has inspiration from a popular film. In this episode of Warp Five, host Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Brandon Cowles and Michael...

Duration: 00:38:29


113: Pick Up His Own Dead Body

6/9/2017
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Mike Sussman Interview. Mike Sussman began his writing career on Star Trek with a last minute pitch of the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Meld." After several years of working for Voyager, and working closely with his friend Phyllis Strong, the two of them would take the reigns as Executive Story Editors for the new series, and later, Sussman would become a producer for that show. In this episode of Warp Five, Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Mike Sussman to discuss his writing career...

Duration: 01:12:34


112: Fifty First Dates

5/26/2017
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Season Three Retrospective Part 2. Season three of Star Trek: Enterprise was an brave experiment of storytelling with the franchises first season long story arc. As a response to the events of September 11, 2001, the creators of the show wanted to take Star Trek in a new, darker direction. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Patrick Devlin for the second part in our season three retrospective. We discuss the episodes "Impulse,"...

Duration: 01:05:26


111: Beer, Peanuts, and Water Polo

5/12/2017
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Jonathan Archer with Richard Marquez. We all have a favorite captain, and one of the things that Star Trek fans love to debate is which one they feel is the best. Each show has a very different leader, and each captain has their own command style, expertise, and hobbies. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Richard Marquez, one of the hosts from trek.fm's own Earl Grey, to discuss Archer's command style and how he compares to the...

Duration: 00:49:09


110: Chocolate Chip Cookies

4/28/2017
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"Carbon Creek" Commentary with Dayton Ward. *there are some intermittent audio issues with B-Shea's file that start at 48:11 and last for about 6 minutes. Many episodes of each of the Star Trek series have spawned sequels and story continuations in the form of books and comics. While some are direct sequels to the episodes, some simply take characters or ideas and extrapolate further adventures for our crews. One of the most prolific Star Trek authors currently at work is Dayton...

Duration: 01:12:13


109: Did I Mention I'm an Actor?

4/14/2017
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Gary Graham Interview. Born in Long Beach, California on June 6, 1950, Gary Graham is an actor and producer, most notably remembered for his starring role in the television show Alien Nation, based on the film of the same name. Gary has starred in numerous feature films such as Robot Jox, The Last Warrior, Man Trouble, and Hollywood Knights. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Gary Graham to discuss his career in acting, writing and...

Duration: 01:12:59


108: It's Moving in All Kinds of Ways

3/31/2017
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Phyllis Strong Interview. Phyllis Strong began her work on Star Trek with the seventh season episode of Star Trek: Voyager called "Body and Soul," which she wrote with her writing partner Mike Sussman. After an additional three credits on that show, she was offered the position of Executive Story Editor for first season of the new Star Trek spinoff which would be called Enterprise. During the show's run, she would write or co-write 12 episodes, many of which have become fan favorites...

Duration: 00:55:10


107: Alt-Vulcan Movement

3/24/2017
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Changes to Alien Designs in Trek. Star Trek has always had cool alien races, both friends and foes to the Federation. After five different live-action series, and fifty years of technological advancement, the designs and looks of these aliens have changed. While some have changed more than others, none of them look exactly the same as they did when they first appeared. In this episode of Warp Five Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Patrick Devlin to discuss how the designs and...

Duration: 00:38:50

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