Kirk and Spock join the alien version of the Impossible Mission Force as they search for the soul of an ancient messiah figure on a planet that is constantly changing.
In this episode of Saturday Morning Trek, hosts Aaron Harvey and Adam Drosin take you across the “mad planet” in a vehicle that should have been an accessory for Star Trek Mego action figures! We discuss the difference between the Aurelians and the Skorr, the similarities between Lara and Doctor Who companion Leela, and how this may be the only time William Shatner pronounces sabotage correctly! So, settle in for an epic adventure that takes … er … all of two minutes! What?
Writer and Voices (00:03:47)
Star Trek Playset Commercial (00:18:17)
Reaction and Discussion (00:18:47)
Big Wheel TV Commercial (00:39:14)
Final Thoughts (00:39:43)
Aaron Harvey and Adam Drosin
Aaron Harvey (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Eric Extreme (Associate Producer) Joo Kim (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)
Monster Cereals and Star Trek. It's the Halloween season in the Trek.fm wood-paneled den and that means just one thing: Monster Cereals!
Gene Roddenberry's Klingon Memo. Larry Nemecek joins us to discuss the influences of The Animated Series on Star Trek: Discovery and how The Motion Picture wasn't the first time the subject of redesigning the Klingons was broached.
The Pirates of Orion Review. Spock is dying and the only know cure is now in the hands of the Oreeons... Orions? Either way it's bad news!
The Jihad. We join Kirk and Spock in an alien version of the Impossible Mission Force as they search for the soul of an ancient messiah figure on a planet that is constantly changing.
San Diego Comic-Con Trek Podcasting Panel. News, analysis, interviews: It's all in the mix as Larry Nemecek joins nationally known podcasters from Southern California to talk about Star Trek podcasting.
The Eye of the Beholder. We join Kirk and company in a world where everything is perfect—a little too perfect.
More Tribbles, More Troubles. We join Kirk and crew for more fluffy fun as the Enterprise is overrun but Tribbles of the pink variety.
Yesteryear watch-along. Our very first watch-along leaves us with more questions than it answers, including whether He-Man is actually Spock.
Review of The Slaver Weapon
Review of The Ambergris Element