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SST207: Pike’s Enterprise is here! Jimmy Akin, Dom Bettinelli, and Fr. Cory Sticha discuss the series premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds; its discussion of suffering and how we live our lives with and despite it; and whether this may be the be... more
SST206: Season 2 of Picard wraps up and Dom Bettinelli, Jimmy Akin, and Fr. Cory Sticha discuss the episode and season, including a resolution in the Picard-Q relationship; the value of self-forgiveness; and where Picard–the character and the series–... more
SST205: What do the Borg really want? Jimmy Akin, Dom Bettinelli, and Fr. Cory Sticha discuss the penultimate episode of Picard season 2, which contains a lot of action, but also dives into the motivations of the Borg Queen who searches for connectio... more
I’ve made a drinking game based on this podcast. Every time someone calls ST Enterprise character Ensign Travis MAYWEATHER by the wrong name MERRIWEATHER I take a drink. Usually by the end of an Enterprise podcast I’m drunk. If you can’t get the name right, it undermines your ability to project confidence and knowledge in the subject matter. PLEASE STOP CALLING MAYWEATHER MERRIWEATHER!!!
Claims to dig into deeper meaning of episodes, which I took to mean as just that, what is significance, what can one learn from, and in what ways is this science fiction show a means to explore bigger ideas. After two listens I find none of that. They dig deeply into the plot of the episode and what it might mean for bigger story arcs and character development and also get extremely nit picky with writing and production. I’m all for criticism and critique, but I found some incorrect. So, if just... more
Great conversation and true fans with great knowledge and a friendly atmosphere more
This was the first SQPN podcast I started listening to, and I look forward to Dom and Fr. Corey’s perspective but definitely enjoy Jimmy’s critical eye. I have been slowly working my way through old series in broadcast order (currently in the middle of DS9 and busted started Voyager) but generally watching newer series like Picard when they air. Being able to go back and listen to their criticism right after I watch the relevant episode has been fun and in many cases there is information about a... more
I love the way the panel methodically goes through each episode. I do feel there’s a lot of jumping around, with each series only getting at best one episode per month unless a new show is airing, in which case they focus on the new show season. That’s my only real critique.
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Secrets of Star Trek launched 4 years ago and published 217 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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