Star Trek: Age of Discovery
Star Trek: Age of Discovery is a fan podcast for the Star Trek Universe shows including Paramount + shows STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: PICARD, STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS, STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS, and coming soon, STAR TREK: PRODIGY and STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS.
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DS9 ReWatch S6, E19 - "In the Pale Moonlight"
“In the Pale Moonlight” is applauded for its outstanding quality. It is repeatedly cited as the best episode of Deep Space Nine and one of the best episodes of the entire franchise by many fans and TV critics across the globe. It’s held in such esteem because of the high quality of the writing and acting. It sets the bar very high in both categories and dares others to attempt to match.
DS9 ReWatch S5, E2 - "The Ship"
We continue examining our favorite episodes, season-by-season, from our favorite Star Trek series, Deep Space Nine. This week, we will examine “The Ship” and make our best case for why this is a significant event in Sisko’s journey. More importantly, it’s an antecedent to one of the best episodes of Deep Space Nine.
DS9 ReWatch S4 Honorable Mentions
We chose five episodes to highlight the strength of the season: “The Way of the Warrior,” “Homefront,” “Paradise Lost,” “Hard Time,” and “The Quickening.” But we could have chosen five different ones and still made the same case. Season Four is rich with compelling episodes filled with action, suspense, and struggles that force the characters to confront some personal challenges.
DS9 ReWatch: S4, Ep. 3 - “The Visitor”
This week, we share our thoughts on our Season Four pick, “The Visitor,” – a beautiful story of a son’s love for his father that shapes his life’s mission. After a subspace accident on the Defiant that apparently claims the life of Benjamin Sisko, Jake lives out his life in an all-consuming quest to bring his father back. “The Visitor” is a poignant, heartfelt, and tragic tale written by Michael Taylor and directed by David Livingston.
DS9 ReWatch S3 Honorable Mentions, E20 & 21
Kicking off the start of 2024, we'll dive a little deeper into DS9's 3rd Season and closely examine what makes it so unique. Many significant changes occurred throughout the 26 episodes. We’ll highlight them by reviewing our Season 3 Honorable Mentions, Eps. 20 - 21, “Improbable Cause” and “The Die is Cast.”
DS9 ReWatch S3, E11 & 12 - "Past Tense Pts. 1 & 2"
This week, we look at Season Three and the two-part story “Past Tense Pts. 1 & 2.” The episodes are partly an homage to earlier time-traveling episodes, much like “The City on the Edge of Forever.” It is also meant to remind us of other TOS episodes with moral statements, such as “Errand of Mercy” or “A Taste of Armageddon.” Each of those episodes asks us to reflect on the conditions depicted in a fictional world while inviting us to recognize any similarities that it bears to our own.
This is nice
I am a kid and I absolutely love Star Trek, most people at my school say that I’m weird for liking such an old show. And that only old people like it. But I ignore them, so it’s nice to now that there are other true Star Trek fans out there
I knew it!
I knew there are others like me out there! Star Trek has always resonated for me as a future in which people try to be and do better, and as a principle of universal community and respect. Not to mention great stories. You two seem seem to see that as well, along with the many highs, lows and in between from show to show. Thank you!
I can tell these two are true Trekkies. They have a great relationship with each other and with the analysis of the Star Trek shows. They have great insight. I wish my wife was a Trekkie.