The It's Got Star Trek Podcast

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Saru and Tilly visit a local saloon while Jet Reno life-coaches an injured Stamets. Join your neuroblocker-addicted hosts as they examine the emerging philosophical themes for this season of Discovery, discuss how various characters have grown over the course of the series, and debate the purpose of the weirdly-slow-to-kill weapons favored by bandits in the future. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: The crew of the Discovery, now reunited with Michael Burnham, head back to Sector 001 in search for the ‘People of Earth’ – the third episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s third season, heading to the third rock from the sun. Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Burnham meets a new friend and obtains some chemically-induced revelations. Join your cat-friendly hosts as they ruminate on the state of the Federation in 3188, how myths shape society, and the peculiar fat-shaming of a perfectly normal feline. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: We catch up with the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery and see how they are handling their new temporal digs. Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Tendi welcomes a new recruit while Mariner takes on a professional swagger. Join your Pakled-enamored hosts as they discuss the grand scope of animated Star Trek, the clever use of background details to build continuity, and where our crew may end up at the star of season two. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: We learn what Michael Burnham and company have been getting up to after escaping into the future in third season premiere of Star Trek: Discovery! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Mariner ignores a bird to pursue self-guided therapy while Boimler seeks ways to butter up Captain Freeman. Join your psychologically fragile hosts as they discuss Tendi’s Orion heritage, Mariner’s use of fiction as a mechanism for self-healing, and the the pinnacle of Hulk Hogan’s cinematic output. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: Expect season finale shenanigans galore when Boimler confronts Mariner about her darkest secret! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
The ensigns each hold a key to piecing together the details of a top secret mission into Romulan territory. Join your eel-curious hosts as they discuss different influences on the comedy of Lower Decks, the brilliance of Kurtwood Smith, and the perennially obscure secrets of eel procreation. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: Boimler gets annoyed by Mariner’s holofilm-making shenanigans in the penultimate episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first season! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Ensign Boimler suffers through an awkward phase while Mariner reconnects with an old friend. Join your medically-deranged hosts as they discuss Tendi’s dog, Mariner’s hesitations, and Boimler’s need to please on this, the 43rd episode of It’s Got Star Trek! Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: Rutherford and Shax commit shenanigans at a Starfleet museum while the ensigns get roped into witness duty in an alien court. Please take a few moments to read “How Star Trek Lower Decks Explores The Challenges Of Black Women By Subverting A Well-Worn Genre Trope” by Kayode Kendall at Medium.com. The redditor we reference in this episode was /u/sicktaker2 – here is their original post that got us doin’ some thinkin’! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Rutherford tries to impress Tendi while Mariner and Boimler help out an old friend. Join your holodeck-wary hosts as they discuss the varied philosophical foundations for justifying rule-breaking in Starfleet, debate the value of character development versus creative plotting, and bask in the reflective glory of an unseen chu-chu dance. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: Boimler goes through an awkward phase in his life in ‘Much Ado About Boimler’ – the seventh episode of Lower Decks’ shenanigan-filled first season! Don’t forget to check out the Star Trek Day panels on YouTube or CBS All Access! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Captain Freeman comes up with some 24th-century solutions to 21st-century attitudes, while Mariner attempts to protect Boimler from the smart, accomplished, and attractive Lieutenant Brinson. Join your parasitic hosts as they discuss the politics of world-ending ecological disasters, ruminate on the stresses inherent to galaxy-saving ships, and briefly renew the debate about inertial dampers versus inertial dampeners. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: The U.S.S. Cerritos encounters an old Starfleet shipwreck in episode 6 of Lower Decks’ first season – no doubt that some clever shenanigans will ensue! Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Captain Freeman mothers Mariner while Ensign Tendi seeks astral approval. Join your trans-dimensional hosts (and Philadelphia Correspondent Jimmy) as they discuss the perils of professional parenting, the bottomless barriers to belonging, and the advantages of aggressive alliteration. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: Boimler’s girlfriend stops by for a visit, sending Mariner into a paranoid rage in ‘Cupid’s Errant Arrow’ – the fifth episode of Lower Decks’ first season. Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Ransom and Mariner debate command protocol while Boimler gets some much needed face-time with Captain Freeman. Join your micromanaged hosts as they discuss the legacy of Captain Montgomery Scott, the precarious chasm between professional latitude and fear-inspired productivity, and the importance of being well-read for the development of a just society. Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware! Next week: The ensigns get up to some sort of shenanigans that involve a “Moist Vessel” – the fourth episode of Lower Decks’ first season. Note that this and all episodes of the It’s Got Star Trek podcast contain explicit language and, frankly, an unnecessary amount of offensive content, so the show is intended only for adults and really really cool kids. Check out the Feedspot list of Top 60 Star Trek Podcasts for 2020. Please utilize one of the following options if you have an interest in contacting your hosts: Email us at feedback@itsgotstartrek.com Twitter us @ItsGotStarTrek Instagramaphone us @ItsGotStarTrek Facebookify us @ItsGotStarTrek Watch a static image while listening to the podcast on YouTube Telephone us at 202-456-1414 You can also visit www.itsgotstartrek.com and leave a comment or head on over to the It’s Got Everything subreddit to join the discussion. Don’t say we didn’t give you options here!
Boimler gains some practical experience while Rutherford explores his options. Join your jamaharon-deficient hosts as they discuss the world-building benefits of animation, the unfortunate prevalence of misplaced rage among a small segment of Star Trek fans, and the happy fact that professionalism need not preclude tomfoolery. Spoiler warning! In our excitement to discuss the episode […]
We are introduced to four junior officers on the U.S.S. Cerritos. Join your Trek-thirsty hosts as they slurp their way through a new ship, a new crew, and a whole new style of storytelling in ‘Second Contact’ – the pilot episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks. Special Note: In deference to our international listeners who […]
Join your jocular hosts as they discuss audience nominations for the most and least funny attempts at humor in the Star Trek franchise. Beware some mild spoilers for the Original Series, TNG, DS9, Voyager, Enterprise, Short Treks, and Picard! Thanks to everyone who sent in their thoughts, except for the one racist fellow (pro-tip: if […]
Spock chats with a cloud and Uhura saves the day. Join your cartoonish hosts as they revel in the camp and creativity of the first animated Trek series, discuss the pluses and minuses of the animated format, and analyze the struggle between feminist and patriarchal messaging in old school Trek. Next week: In preparation for […]
Data saves the day by stabbing Troi. Join your dreamy hosts as they debate the merits of Freudian psychoanalysis, discuss Patrick Stewart’s deft direction, and try to guess the flavor of cellular peptide cake (with mint frosting). Next week: Kirk and crew encounter scary clouds and even scarier women in ‘One of Our Planets Is […]
A fast lass covets Kirk’s “space seed” while Spock saves the day with a little inspiration from Dark Helmet. Join your easily-confused hosts as they discuss the threshold for immoral action when your entire species is in danger, lament the general slip in writing-quality during TOS’ third season, and inquire as to precisely how long […]
Archer teaches Trip the importance of full bellies and sweaty backs when navigating novel foreign policy scenarios. Join your mildly-aroused hosts as they discuss the seeds of the Prime Directive, the dicey nature of first contact with divided societies, and how far we’ve advanced over the past 18 years of Western society with regard to […]
Janeway and the gang goof up a planet, but everything works out in the end. Join your time-zone-agnostic hosts as they discuss the often tricky-to-navigate chasm between the ideal of the Prime Directive and the practical realities faced by Starfleet crews, the problem of fiction relying on disproven tropes about cultural evolution, and the fact […]
Commander Riker has a particularly bad week. Join your totally-not-insane hosts as they consider the ramifications of not trusting your own brain, the positives and negatives of episodic storytelling, and the inherent contradiction of spiny lobefish. Next week: We fast-forward through cultural evolution in ‘Blink of an Eye’ – episode 12 of Star Trek: Voyager’s […]
Dr. Crusher saves the day using poker, deduction, and fragile stemware. Join your thrupling hosts as they discuss the curious mechanics of looping through time, the value of unwavering trust in your senior staff, and exactly how long a way it is to the bottom of the warp core. Next week: We root for Commander […]
Sisko, Dax, and Bashir get a taste of our potential future when they travel back in time and witness the culmination of centuries of inequitable public policy. Join your increasingly radicalized hosts as they discuss the social, political, and cultural drivers of oppression, the danger of willful ignorance, and the value of fiction for inspiring […]
Captain Sisko teams up with Garak to troll the Romulans. Join your morally-conflicted hosts as they discuss the ethical complexities of galactic warfare, the brilliance of Avery Brooks and Andrew Robinson, and the creepiness of one Mr. Grathon Tolar on this, the 27th episode of It’s Got Star Trek! Also, we announce the winners of […]
Michael Burnham overcomes her social anxiety with the help of a wayward space whale, a rascally con man, and a genetically-modified friend. Join your time-agnostic hosts as they discuss the value of disrupted routines, curiously contemporary music, and the logic of love on this, the 26th episode of It’s Got Star Trek! Next week: We […]
Need a concrete example for why the prime directive is so important? Alternatively, looking for any sort of contrivance to watch Captain Kirk and Commander Spock dress up as sexy gangsters? Whichever is your pleasure you will get served nicely in ‘A Piece of the Action,’ episode 17 of the original Star Trek’s second season. […]
Captain Archer is an explorer at heart, though he may not have expected to explore himself! Join your increasingly wacky hosts as they discuss sexy flatworms, unusual pigs, and the transitional vibe of Enterprise straddling the pre- and post-9/11 world. We’d also like to thank the fine folks at Feedspot for adding the It’s Got […]
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The It's Got Star Trek Podcast
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 27th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 24th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
52
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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