General Martok returns in “Soldiers of the Empire”, which is both a mission statement on DS9 Klingons and a pretty good episode of the show! Later, in “Children of Time”, the crew of the Defiant takes one last trip to the Gamma Quadrant and gets embroiled in a TNG plot.
We learn a bit more about Kira’s father in “Ties of Blood and Water”, and not all is as it appears. In “Ferengi Love Songs”, not as is as it appears with Moogie and Zek. Everything is as it appears in Trekabout, though!
After the craziness of last week, it’s nice to see Star Trek: Deep Space Nine laying down two quiet character episodes. In “A Simple Investigation”, Odo finds himself drawn to a woman with a mysterious past. In “Business As Usual”, Quark crosses a line. Plus! The O’Briens’ have a baby. That’s all we have to say about that.
After “By Inferno’s Light” is over, the galaxy will never be the same. Just like Doctor Bashir after the events of “Doctor Bashir, I Presume”, which also features his parents, in a shocking twist that kind of makes sense, we guess?
This month on our patrons-only episode, Eric and Richard sit down to discuss the 1991 adventure game Star Trek: 25th Anniversary. Spoiler alert: we have controversial opinions on this one.
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“For the Uniform” features the kind of abrupt return of everyone’s favorite Maquis, Michael Eddington. “In Purgatory’s Shadow” features the kind of abrupt return of everyone’s favorite villain, The Dominion. Shit’s getting real, folks.
After the torturously long development process, after the hype, after the (ridiculous sexist) backlash, it’s finally out and ready for audiences to enjoy. Welcome to Trekabout Presents Ghostbusters (2016).
Hey look, a Kira episode about a mysterious assassin who targets her old resistance fighter buddies for death, in “The Darkness and the Light”! Hey look, an Odo episode about a mysterious Changeling who targets Odo… with love, in “The Begotten”! Hey look, Trekabout episode 203, in… Trekabout episode 203?
Ghostbusters II has a pretty terrible reputation, but is it deserved? Well… kinda? But hey, we do get to see Bill Murray lighting up scenes again, so that’s something. Welcome to Trekabout Presents Ghostbusters II.
It’s been a while since we’ve gotten a good Quark/Odo story, and “The Ascent” mostly… rises… to the occasion. Later, in “Rapture”, Captain Sisko has a moment and goes whole-hog into the Emissary thing. Plus! What the hell is the layout of Nog and Jake’s quarters, anyway?