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Prodigy’s “Preludes” in Review

Whereas most TV episodes have one or two and occasionally three or four credited writers, “Yesterday’s Enterprise” had as many as six, and both parts of Prodigy’s mid-season finale “A

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Prodigy’s “Masquerade” in Review

While the Protostar crew is hiding in the Neutral Zone, Dal has become jealous of Okona and the attention he’s receiving. They’re searching for a starport to make repairs. Okona

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Prodigy’s “Crossroads” in Review

Stardate 61302.7: Following the lesson they learned in “All the World’s a Stage” about how much can be accomplished without a ship, Dal and crew leave the Protostar to contact

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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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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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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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Star Trek: Prodigy‘s “Lost & Found” in Review

Featuring stunning CGI that would make any gamer happy, a mixed-species crew of prison planet miners, and a stunning cast of young and veteran talent, Star Trek: Prodigy is a

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Perceiving Prodigy

A Family-Friendly Final Frontier I was intensely skeptical when a kid-friendly Star Trek animated show for Nickelodeon was announced back in 2019. The show didn’t yet have a title then,

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