Trekabout Episode 170: Tribunal/The Jem’Hadar

It’s been a while since we’ve been given a “Let’s Torture O’Brien” episode, and boy howdy does “Tribunal” deliver. Then, in “The Jem’Hadar”, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine blows up its own premise. Plus! Miles and Keiko sure do love each other, don’t they? iTunes Google Play RSS


Trekabout Episode 169: Crossover/The Collaborator

Hey, remember “Mirror, Mirror”? We, somehow, oddly, revisit the concept in “Crossover” and the results are pretty good! Then in “The Collaborator”, we find out some shocking facts about Bajor. Also! Eric is happy he no longer has to force himself to say “Vedek Kai”. iTunes Google Play RSS


Trekabout Episode 161: Rules of Acquisition/Necessary Evil

Grand Nagus Zek makes a return appearance in “Rules of Acquisition”, and Gul Dukat makes a return appearance in “Necessary Evil”. Characters that don’t make return appearances: Q. Also! Eric has no patience for the Ferengi. iTunes Google Play RSS


Trekabout Episode 157: Duet/In the Hands of the Prophets

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine turns a corner this week, as we go into some very dark territory in “Duet”. Later, “In the Hands of the Prophets” reveals that there are some deep problems on Bajor. iTunes Google Play RSS


Trekabout Episode 155: Progress/If Wishes Were Horses

Kira deals with ideals versus duty in “Progress”, while the crew deals with imaginary MacGuffin aliens in “If Wishes Were Horses”. Also! Why does Colm Meaney hate leprechauns? iTunes Google Play RSS


Trekabout Episode 154: Battle Lines/The Storyteller

“Battle Lines” brings back the character of Kai Opaka and promptly kills her. “The Storyteller” introduces the character of the Sirah and promptly kills him. Sounds like a couple of cases for Odo! Plus! We remind you that Wesley Crusher was once a topic of conversation on this podcast. iTunes Google Play RSS

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Trekabout Episode 149: A Man Alone/Past Prologue

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine continues to differentiate itself from Star Trek: The Next Generation. In “A Man Alone”, Odo is accused of murder and attacked by a mob of angry Bajorans. In “Past Prologue”, Kira’s history as a terrorist/freedom fighter comes back to haunt her. iTunes Google Play RSS