What in the turd? Good gravy, Mr. Roddenberry. I don’t even know where to start with this one. And the funny thing in all this, is that the episode appears to be fine: The Kirk investigates the USS Exeter and finds their bodies have been drained of its’ water, but none of that matters because now they have to beam down to the planet to save themselves, only to be caught up in a war between “Americans” and “Communists” (represented by hoirrbly stereotypical Mongol horde dressed Asians) and a deranged captain blasting the “Americans” with phasers because they are savages. 184 more words
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This was the most enjoyable and incredibly performed episode of
Star Trek the Next Generation The Orville I have seen yet.
Security Officer Alara Kitan fails to save a fellow officer due to her fear of fire during a freak accident aboard the Orville. 168 more words
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 'A Stitch in Time' (Garak's book written by Andrew Robinson). I have an extra copy I'm willing to send to someone!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ‘A Stitch in Time’ (Garak’s book written by Andrew Robinson). I have an extra copy I’m willing to send to someone! 103 more words
By M. C. Pehrson
Word Count: 58,880 (total)
Rating: PG-13 for disturbing imagery reminiscent of Jesus’ Crucifixion
Summary: When a Christ-like Savior comes to the planet Vulcan, Spock and his uncle Sparn must decide how to react, and how these unfolding events might affect Spock’s complex and often troubled family life. 1,543 more words
Check Out The Cover For ‘Drastic Measures’ – The Second ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Novel — TrekMovie.com
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The cover for Drastic Measures, the second Star Trek: Discovery novel, has been revealed. Here is the official synopsis: It is 2246, ten years prior to the “Battle at the Binary Stars,” and an aggressive contagion is ravaging the food supplies of the remote Federation colony Tarsus IV and the eight thousand people who call…