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Tag Archives: Star Trek
John and Jessie review the first episode of the Star Trek fan series Star Trek Continues. The episode can be viewed on their website.
Note that we are using new software to record the podcasts. The audio has suffered slightly, but it works!
Finally! A new Trektinis and our “Into Darkness” review. John, Jessie, and Mike dissect the latest Star Trek movie. Is this a great homage to previous Trek, or has J.J. Abrams pushed Star Trek fans over the edge?
Trektinis is back… finally. In this episode John, Jessie, Mike, Philip, and Sarah take on a Star Trek trivia book.
Due to the large number of people in this episode, the audio isn’t the best, so you’ll probably want to turn your volume up.
John, Jessie, and Mike answer questions 6-10 in the second part of the 10 Star Trek Questions episode.
John, Jessie, and Mike answer 10 Star Trek related questions in Mike’s last episode before moving to Duluth.
John and Jessie discuss the 3 part Deep Space Nine season 2 opener, “The Circle”.
The “meat and potatoes” of our episode where John and Jessie discuss the similarities between Star Trek and Mass Effect. Note that there are some spoilers for Mass Effect in this episode, but we do not discuss the ending.
We attempted to take out the worst spoilers for Mass Effect. You can hear those discussions here:Spoilers
This is actually only the “news” section of the episode. We discussed news for about 40 minutes and I figured it would be a few more days before I managed to finish editing the entire podcast. I also know that it had been awhile since the last Trektinis, and I really wanted to get something out to you guys. I will have the full Star Trek & Mass Effect discussion posted next week.