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Prodigy’s “All the World’s a Stage” in Review

In Star Trek: Prodigy’s most recent installment, the Protostar crew answer a distress call and discover a highly unusual alien civilization. The alien natives seem to have adopted a disjointed

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Prodigy‘s “Let Sleeping Borg Lie” in Review

As the episode opens, Dal, Gwyn, Jankom, Zero, Rok-Tahk, Murf, and Hologram Janeway are on the holodeck, watching a simulation of events previously seen in “A Moral Star, Part 2”. The

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Prodigy‘s “Asylum” in Review

Beneath the waves of an alien planet, a group of spear-throwing poachers are hunting a whale-like sea creature. Following close behind in a small underwater craft, Gwyn, Dal, and Jankom

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Lower Decks‘ “The Stars At Night” in Review

At a meeting of Starfleet officials, Admiral Buenamigo argues that the success of his new Texas-class AI ship rescuing the Cerritos has demonstrated that this hitherto classified project is now

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Prodigy’s “Starstruck” in Review

I was starstruck from an early age by Star Trek, through daily viewing TOS reruns after school. The show’s adventures and characters captured my imagination. This capacity of Star Trek

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Lower Decks‘ “Trusted Sources” in Review

Captain Freeman is told by Admiral Buenamigo that her idea for “Project Swing By” – revisiting planets that were contacted but haven’t been visited by the Federation recently – has

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Prodigy‘s “Lost & Found” in Review

Over the decades – since devouring the TOS series over and over in the syndicated rerun era – my mantra to skeptical Trek fans as movies and new series have

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Why Care About Star Trek: Short Treks?

Star Trek: Short Treks is an odd little anomaly in Star Trek history. Is it a Star Trek series on its own or just a companion? Is it still continuing,

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Lower Decks‘ “Crisis Point 2: Paradoxus” in Review

The USS Cerritos is engaged with a Romulan ship from which the Melponar triplets steal a time-folding device, the Chronogami. As the ship is about to be destroyed, Captain Freeman

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Enterprise‘s “Silent Enemy” in Review

In this review by Matt and Elaine Sweatman, Elaine’s comments are in italics. Enterprise returns from holiday break with an episode set entirely aboard ship. The ship is threatened by

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