Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Wesley Crusher comes back to the Enterprise for a visit, but he's not the young man the others expect him to be. Meanwhile on Dorvan V, the Native American colonists are being forced to uproot by Starfleet in an ugly bit of history repeating. Throw in some Cardassians with itchy trigger fingers, and you've got Journey's End going into this week's Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 259_-_Journeys_End.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:18am PST

Everybody seems edgy. Well, except for the people who seem to be groggy and forgetful. And the ones turning into frogs and lemurs and whatever Worf is turning into. Can Data and Captain Picard save the day? You probably know the answer, but find out for certain when Genesis goes into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 258_-_Genesis.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PST

A shocking suicide on the Enterprise leads Deanna Troi on a psychic journey into a killer's memories. It's part Columbo, part Sixth Sense and more TNG mind-bleepery. This week, Eye of the Beholder goes into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 257_-_Eye_of_the_Beholder.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 1:22am PST

What do Masaka, Ihat, an old man, and a frightened child have in common? Many things. They are all a part of some ancient, unknown pantheon. They are all taking over Data’s brain. And each is caught in an eternal dance that could lead to destruction for the Enterprise. Where is Korgano when you need him? And can Picard’s Korgano imitation fool the imitation Masaka? Find out when Mission Log tries on Masks.

 

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Direct download: 256_-_Masks.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PST

Data's mission to retrieve radioactive material from a pre-industrial world goes haywire when he forgets who he is. He doesn't forget science though, which means he might be able to clean up the mess he accidentally created. Meanwhile, Deanna Troi learns the one tough lesson keeping her from the Captain's chair. Hint: not everybody makes it. Thine Own Self goes into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 255_-_Thine_Own_Self.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 11:58pm PST

Ever wondered about all of those OTHER people on the Enterprise? This week, they get names! And plot lines! Meet the one that annoys Riker! The one being tested by Worf AND Picard! And who could ever forget the one that annoys Geordi? All of that and a second space bartender, when Mission Log visits the Lower Decks.

 

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Direct download: 254_-_Lower_Decks.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:47am PST

Beverly’s recently deceased, 100-year-old grandmother had a 34-year-old boyfriend. It is cool though. He was actually 800-years-old. It is not cool though. He was a ghost. No wait! He was a candle! NO WAIT! He was an anaphasic being. Or was he Nana-phasic? So much to unpack when Dr. Crusher packs up and leaves the Enterprise. We are putting Sub Rosa into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 253_-_Sub_Rosa.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PST

Worf's adopted-brother has been quietly studying the people of Borall II until it looks like the whole planet is about to be destroyed. With the help of the Enterprise, he gets out of there, but he brings a village along with him. But they don't know it because they're being hidden in a holodeck. The Prime Directive takes a holiday when Homeward goes into the Mission Log.

 


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Direct download: 252_-_Homeward.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:20am PST

Riker gets a visit from his old commanding officer, the pugnacious Admiral Pressman, who has his sights set on retrieving their old ship, the USS Pegasus. Why? Because... reasons. Reasons he won't share with Picard or anyone else which leaves Riker in a moral bind. Oh, and there's an encounter with some seriously passive-aggressive Romulans. The Pegasus goes into this week's Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 251_-_The_Pegasus.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:01am PST

What is weirder than a lauging Vulcan and his dog? How about Lieutenant Wesley Crusher? Or a blue eyed Data? Or Worf’s wife, Deanna Troi? Everything is as it should be, except that none of it is right. Find out why when we put Parallels in the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 250_-_Parallels.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PST