The unofficial, irreverent and filthy aftershow for all the new Star Trek television: Discovery, Picard, Lower Decks, Short Treks, Prodigy, Strange New Worlds, and anything else they throw at us. Each Tuesday after a new episode of Star Trek, Adam and Ben recap, review and roast all the New Trek. Check out our other show, The Greatest Generation, a Star Trek podcast by a couple of guys who are a little bit embarrassed to have a Star Trek podcast!
Star Trek: Slickback (Prodigy S1E16)
Edward Phaserhands (Prodigy S1E15)
Putting the Parlay To Bed (Prodigy S1E14)
Rushmore Family Players (Prodigy S1E13)
Backwards Family Circus Slug (Prodigy S1E12)
Murph in the Mug, Broken by a Hug (Prodigy S1E11)
W/R/T This Podcast…
I’m watching Greatest Trek on a trans-pacific flight and the man next to me is clipping and filling his nails, and these are mysteriously compatible pieces of information for explaining what makes being a lifetime viewer of the Uxbridge-Shimoda family of products such a rewarding experience. If you’re going to be a little bit embarrassed about having a decade-long parasocial relationship with two cishet white guys who podcast about Star Trek for a living, let it be these two delightful idiots. [editors note: I found this warning buoy in my notes app a month after this flight, and I forgot about it because I accidentally over-oiled my saxophone (all you jazz enthusiasts know what that can be like) and maybe an hour after the buoy was deployed, I literally passed out from jazz in the middle seat of the middle row of the middlest section of the biggest plane I’d ever been on over the middle of our planet’s Necrid Expanse, with my seat up and shoes on, sweating like an ice-cold poolside hoof while Kevin and Rishon seated on either side of me argued over me about their meal choices - making me, I think, the Edward Larkin of that flight. Side note: I did ask if they’d like to switch so they could sit next to one another, but they just laughed, and laughed, at me. [But like the proverbial light at the end of a space butthole, Adam and Ben’s voices pulled me through that dank and vile place and I offer this now as a warning to fellow travelers - if you are going to the Delta quadrant in coach, bring these two chucklebunnies along with you, and don’t be like me using street-grade mystery saxophone grease - invest in the finest quality jazz supplies recommended by our dear friends Ben and Adam.]
Very funny NüTrek podcast
This is probably my second favorite Star Trek podcast, my favorite being The Greatest Generation.
Greatest Prodigy! Thanks Daddy!
Murph in the Mug episode was full of songs and stories and bits and bets, all great entertainment! Kudos to the team who made this episode!