Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Quark gets recruited by a dangerous dame for a box job that almost leaves him a stiff. Can a gumshoe like Odo solve that and a years old murder mystery? They both point to a con that moved a lot of lettuce to a lot of sharpers. Let Rom pour you some hooch - it's going to be a bumpy ride... Mission Log  takes on Necessary Evil.

 

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Direct download: 294_-_Necessary_Evil.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 11:51pm PDT

Pel isn't like your average Ferengi. He's loyal, smart, trustworthy, and has a serious crush on Quark. Pel also happens to be a female posing as a male since Ferengi only allow males to do things like business, reading, and wearing clothes. Will Quark return from the Gamma Quadrant with a huge profit and a boyfriend who's a girlfriend? Rules of Acquisition go into this week's Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 293_-_Rules_of_Acquisition.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 11:57pm PDT

There's a visitor on DS9 - Ensign Melora Pazlar. She comes from a low-gravity planet which means she's got some physical disadvantages in the space station's environment, but everyone there is glad to help her out. Except Melora doesn't want their help. In fact, she's rather dismissive of everyone until a certain Doctor tries to break through her barriers and possibly treat her disability. Also, someone tries to kill Quark. Melora goes into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 292_-_Melora.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Plain, simple Garak is back, though there is nothing plain nor simple about the young Cardassian he’s spotted on DS9. The kid’s name is Rugal and he was raised on Bajor, as a Bajoran. Things get even less simple when Gul Dukat gets involved. And all pretense of simplicity gets shot out of an airlock when Rugal’s biological father turns out to be a high ranking politician on Cardassia. Will Rugal get to go home with his father? Or will he have to go home with his other father? And will this be the episode where Miles O’Brien finally stops hating all Cardassians just because they’re Cardassian? Find out, when we put Cardassians in the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 291_-_Cardassians.mp3
Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

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