Trekabout Episode 317: Star Trek: Voyager, Fury/Life Line

This week features the return of an old friend in “Fury”, and the introduction of a new friend in “Line Line”. Plus! Listen for an important announcement about Trekabout.

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Trekabout Episode 315: Star Trek: Voyager, Child’s Play/Good Shepherd

The Borg children are back in “Child’s Play” and Icheb needs to make a tough decision. Then in “Good Shepherd”, Janeway avoids making a tough decision.

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Trekabout Episode 314: Star Trek: Voyager, Spirit Folk/Ashes to Ashes

We return to Fair Haven in “Spirit Folk”, but not all is as it seems. Then, in “Ashes to Ashes”, things are exactly as they seem, and it is infuriating.

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Trekabout Episode 313: Star Trek: Voyager, Tsunkatse/Collective

Can you smell what Tuvok is cooking? Duane “The Rock” Johnson guest-starts in the otherwise-forgettable “Tsunkatse”. Then, in “Collective”, Seven of Nine babysits a group of children.

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Trekabout Episode 312: Star Trek: Voyager, Virtuoso/Memorial

The Doctor meets some adoring fans and makes some questionable decisions, in “Virtuoso”. Then in “Memorial”, the entire crew begins to experience disturbing memories.

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Trekabout Special 8: An Interview with Jennifer Nash

You may know Jennifer Nash best from her role as Meribor in “The Inner Light”, but she has had a long career both in front of and behind the camera. Her latest project, Hide, is a new science-fiction time travel project. We talk about that, her work on “The Inner Light”, and discuss her work on the Netflix series “Mindhunter”. Also! Make sure to check out the trailer for Hide on its Indiegogo page. Plus! Check out the secret Indiegogo perk.

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Trekabout Episode 310: Star Trek: Voyager, The Voyager Conspiracy/Pathfinder

In “The Voyager Conspiracy”, Seven of Nine creates her own narrative about the crew on Voyager. In “Pathfinder”, Reginald Barclay creates his own narrative about the crew on Voyager. Plus! How great is it to see Troi again?

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