Mission Log is a Roddenberry Entertainment podcast with the sole purpose of exploring the Star Trek universe one episode at a time. That’s right, this podcast will cover six different series and 30 seasons of television by journeying into every one of the 726 episodes with a single mission: to explore, debate and discuss one of the largest science fiction phenomena of all time, Star Trek. Starting with The Original Series’ initial pilot and continuing chronologically until we reach the last episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, each week our hosts will tackle a single episode, delving into the most historical and hysterical science fiction that Star Trek has to offer. Along with a variety of guests and interviews, Mission Log will attempt to reach Star Trek’s ethical subtext, understand it’s complex metaphors and finally figure out what was the trouble with those tribbles. Explore strange new details. Seek out new perspectives; deeper understandings. Boldly go where so many of us love to g... more
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I look forward to this podcast every week. It’s helped with my PTSD and it definitely helped me get through COVID. more
There are some good episodes and discussions, however my goodness these guys love the smell of their own farts. So smug and pompous. They miss the point of so many episodes and character arcs and motivations. And then they interject with their 20-30 year future hindsight acting like they’re gods gift to the literary world. And talk about the nit picking yuck! I sometimes wonder if they are even SCI-fi fans or Star Trek fans even……I tried to like it but I can’t
Star Trek or otherwise, this is it. Mission Log took me on a fantastic journey through TOS, TNG and now DS9. I recommend watching the episode of the series prior to listening to the podcast as it really seems to help bring the points that John and Norman are discussing better into focus. Thanks for your hard work, men.
Man, has this podcast declined over the years, and you can pinpoint exactly when the show began to get awful—when Norm joined. A man who loves his own voice, who considers his opinions superior to all others, and is dismissive of things he clearly doesn’t have the intellectual capacity to understand. It is sad to consider how insufferable this podcast has become, but it is what it is. What was a must listen for me has over time become a complete miss.
A great podcast with awesome spinoff shows. more
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this podcast launched 11 years ago and published 590 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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