Season 2 is all wrapped up, tune in to hear your thoughts and feedback as Jim and A.Ron discuss the season. How are your favorite hosts feeling about Strange New Worlds? What were their favorite episodes? And catch their hopes and dreams for season 3 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and beyond.
The Gorn are on their way to becoming a classic Star Trek villain. But what are they up to? These don’t seem to be the same Gorn La’an encountered. Grab a lizard fighting weapon and sound the horn of Cayuga, the crew is riding into battle in this season finale.
It’s a musical episode that is out of this world, literally! A.Ron loved it, Jim hated it. But both agree that Pelia is annoying. Jim and A.Ron had some predictions on which cast members would make good singers…find out if they were right! And somebody please stop Spock from taking a red pill.
It is a right of passage for each sci-fi series to do a “war” episode. Ortegas is not happy about the ship’s new guest, the guest being the Klingon war criminal Rah. Known as the “Butcher”, Rah’s presence on the Enterprise triggers PTSD in Dr. M’Benga. Get to know more of M’Benga’s backstory in this excellently written episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
It’s the Star Trek: Lower Decks crossover that we needed! After a selfie activates a portal, Boimler and Mariner find themselves on the Enterprise. There’s been a lot of time travel in ST: SNW, so everyone should know the rules, right? Well, the USS Cerritos crew members are having trouble keeping “future-stuff” to themselves. Put a little madcap in your Star Trek with this episode!
Uhura encounters a mysterious message. She is soon haunted by zombies and nightmares. Kirk and Spock finally meet. And turns out you can sift through someone’s personal logs whenever you want…so long as they’re dead. With the looming threat of space madness, the crew may be dealing with a menace they don’t understand. Listen to the episode, you space hippie!
Now what if I told you that this episode of Star Trek is the straight up comedy version of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”? Would you believe me? Spock is dealing with his emotional side, Kirk serves up some great jokes, and several crew members learn to appreciate their relationships. Listen in to hear about all this and A.Ron’s shout-out in this episode of Baldly Go!
The crew of the Enterprise needs to clean up a botched mission that violated the Prime Directive. A strange illness passes over them and they rapidly begin to forget who they are. Armed with only base instinct and curiosity, can the crew regain their memory without losing their humanity? And A.Ron would like to point out that Star Trek often has good (and bad) dating advice for young nerds.
Some crew members wander NYC, wait, that’s not right. The crew wanders Toronto! La’an is given some essential character beats. This version of Kirk has never been to Earth before, but still has all the classic Kirk quirks. As they charm and bluff their way through the Canadian metropolis, Jim and A.Ron wonder, could OnlyFans solve the financial needs of a stranded crew?
Do you remember “The Measure of a Man” episode from Star Trek: Next Generation? Strange New Worlds is holding their own courtroom melodrama. Pike looks for a lawyer as Commander Una Chin-Riley is put on trial. What is natural? What is unnatural? Are those concepts inherently good or bad? Is that a bald Vulcan?? Discuss these serious and silly questions with Jim and A.Ron on this episode of Baldly Go.