Wow, has it been a long time. So much has happened since this episode was recorded back in January 2015. We should probably do a little “what’s new” episode soon. There has been so much as can be expected in four years. This one was just edited so we might be a little rusty. You have been warned.
Back to The Paradise Syndrome – join us as we follow our Enterprise friends as they explore this idyllic planet and attempt to save its civilization from destruction.
And we’re back from another long hiatus. And to prove it, we’ve released episode 59 before 58! So, how about them children? Let’s find out as a group of children in some far off corner of the galaxy take control of the Enterprise from its rightful commanders!
Acting apparently restless and irrational, Captain Kirk inexplicably orders the Enterprise into Romulan space where the ship is quickly captured by the enemy and Kirk held captive aboard their flagship.
Spock has lost his brain. What an adventure the crew will take in order to secure the controller to its rightful skull. Join us as we travel with the Enterprise to the Sigma Draconis system and battle some Eymorgs to restore stability and progress to this primative people.
I think this is the longest break we’ve ever taken… This episode was recorded back on March 6, 2013, over 20 months ago. In that same vein, the Enterprise travels back to 1968 to meet the great Gary Seven! Will they end up destroying this time-traveling cat seducer? Or will they work with him to save the universe? Find out on the next episode of Talk Trek – Assignment… Earth!
After another long break for some reason, we are back. And as gladiators fight and die for what they believe in, so must we trod on towards another circus with a handful of bread. Join us as we follow the crew of the Enterprise as they discover planet 892-IV and find a very peculiar situation.
Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are captured on a planet that resembles a Roman Empire with 20th-century technology. They are set to die at the hands of gladiators for the sake of public spectacle.
Have you ever been replaced by a computer at work? Maybe even a tablet? Well, the more things change, the more they stay the same as the Enterprise tests a computer that, if successful, could replace Kirk as the captain.
As you are all aware, it had been a while since we last released an episode of Talk Trek. Last week, before the release of Episode 52, we decided to sit down amongst the four of us and discuss some random topics from 2011. Hopefully 2012 turns out better from a Talk Trek perspective than 2011 did.