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Mission Log is a Roddenberry Entertainment podcast with the sole purpose of exploring the Star Trek universe one episode at a time. That’s right, this podcast will cover six different series and 30 seasons of television by journeying into every one of the 726 episodes with a single mission: to explore, debate and discuss one of the largest science fiction phenomena of all time, Star Trek. Starting with The Original Series’ initial pilot and continuing chronologically until we reach the last ...
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Your weekly deep-dive into the archives of Roddenberry Entertainment, from the personal files of Gene Roddenberry. Each week, “Dr. Trek” himself, Larry Nemecek, and his guest host will take a behind-the-scenes look at documents that haven’t been viewed in decades—many being revealed publicly for the very first time!
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2021 marks the centennial birthday of legendary writer and Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry - and interestingly enough - this television icon who passed away over 30 years ago still has an enormous amount to say! Listen now as various celebrities and notables along with hosts Trent Vanegas and Rachel True digest and discuss quotes from Gene Roddenberry.
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Join John, Holly, and Mission Log Live's callers as they discuss the finer points of this week's #StarTrekDiscovery episode, "LaGrange Point". Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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While Samantha Wildman struggles for her life on a dangerous away mission, Naomi escapes into the comfort of a holodeck fairytale. Neelix wants to hide the truth from Voyager's youngest, but Naomi sees through the illusion. Once Upon a Time... on Mission Log. Sponsored by - take an additional 10% off with checkout code MISSIONLOG…
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Norman and Holly present their theories about the latest episode of #StarTrekDiscovery and then let Mission Log Live's a-maze-ing callers tackle the "Labyrinths". Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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After more than four long years, it feels so good for the Voyager crew to get a taste of home. Never mind that "home" is just a clever facsimile with alien spies planning to take over the Alpha Quadrant. At least they have flowers and cocktails. Mission Log is In the Flesh.Roddenberry Entertainment
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John and Holly and Mission Log Live's callers are Breen-ging their A-game to analyzing the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery - "Erigah"! Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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Voyager races against the Malon to retrieve a lost probe, and that means it's time for some fast-flying new hardware. While Tom builds the Delta Flyer, B'Elanna struggles with depression and self harm. Mission Log takes on Extreme Risk. Sponsored byRoddenberry Entertainment
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Mission Log Live's callers join Holly and Norman and speak their piece about the #StarTrekDiscovery episode "Whistlespeak". Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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Take a little Borg tech, a little human DNA, and mix it all together with a 29th century holo-emitter, and you've got the recipe for a brand new Borg. One thrilling combination, every move that he makes, goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - Sponsored by - Sponsored by -Roddenberry Entertainment
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If five years in the Delta Quadrant wasn't lonely enough, Voyager now finds itself in a region of space with no stars, no planets, no light. Janeway is reclusive and the quadrant's worst garbagemen show up when Night falls on the Mission Log.Roddenberry Entertainment
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Join Holly, Norman, and Mission Log Live callers past and present to discuss "Face The Strange". Learn more about PanCan and PurpleStride here: PanCan.org / PurpleStride.org Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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Author David Mack joins us before we warp back to the Delta Quadrant! We discuss David's story contributions to DS9 and he reveals fascinating details about a Voyager script that never made it to production! Finally, we explore more of Seven of Nine's story with his latest novel, Star Trek: Picard "Firewall." Sponsored by Sponsored by - three for t…
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Wrapping up our 11th season, The Trek Files is proud to welcome Walter Koenig to the show to look back at his own involvement in Star Trek TAS as a writer. Stay tuned for the revelations about Walter's pitch (and subsequent rejection) from TNG, shared here for the first time! See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit the Trekland site for …
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Join John and Holly and our callers to unpack the Trills and spills in "Jinaal", the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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As we say goodbye to season 4 of Star Trek: Voyager, we say hello to writer Lisa Klink! Lisa spent three seasons in the Delta Quadrant, and in this interview she reminisces about shaping some of her favorite episodes, areas left unexplored, and stories that didn't hold up quite as well as others. Sponsored by - take 50% off your first box with code…
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Ben Robinson returns to The Trek Files for another look at some of the roads not taken when Star Trek: The Next Generation was in development. This time, the complexities of bringing Wesley/Lesley Crusher to life and how TNG could have broken new ground in 1987. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit the Trekland site for behind-the-sce…
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Norm and Holly and Mission Log Live's callers examine the two-episode opener of the final season of #StarTrekDiscovery as it begins with a bang and a bit of a chase. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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A friendly alien shows up on Voyager at the same time that a prototype Starfleet ship with slipstream warp drive appears in the Delta Quadrant. Janeway's skepticism goes into overdrive while the crew get to the bottom of the mystery. Hope and Fear go into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - get three months free with our link. Sponsored by - get 10% of…
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The Trek Files revisits an early document from Star Trek: The Next Generation's development. David Gerrold sketched out a guide to how the main characters would relate to each other, and in this excerpt, focuses on Deanna Troi's special talent as a telepath. Ben Robinson joins us to look back at the Trek that might have been! See the documents: fac…
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Join Mission Log Live in welcoming back "Dr. Trek", Larry Nemecek, as he and our callers consider the current state of the Star Trek franchise. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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When Voyager enters a toxic nebula, the crew go into stasis leaving Seven and the Doctor in charge. The two experience an array of technical difficulties as well as symptoms of cabin fever. Seven especially is susceptible, but her hallucinations may prove to be revelatory. One goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by…
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Continuing our conversation about Gene's Star Trek III memo, we are thrilled to welcome Eugene Roddenberry to share his insights into his father's notes! Examining Vulcan mysticism and how those "small feathers" make a big difference in Star Trek storytelling on a can't miss episode of The Trek Files! See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Vi…
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Mission Log Live is back! This week, we (and our callers) welcome back Star Trek: Lower Decks producer Brad Winters to talk about the latest season...and maybe the next season. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm EasternRoddenberry Entertainment
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Critically low on deuterium, Voyager makes a pit stop on a deadly planet. Harry and Tom get lost and encounter a strange silver liquid, but when Chakotay and Seven find them later, they're fine. The two are happily breathing the toxic atmosphere and enamored with the desolate landscape - which means all is not as it seems when Demon goes into the M…
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While developing "The Next Generation," Gene Roddenberry was also fielding notes on the next Star Trek feature film "The Final Frontier." Our featured document highlights some of the strong misgivings Gene had about the script and story, and we pick apart the areas where he may have missed the mark or was right on target. See the documents: faceboo…
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The good news: the holographic doctor has a backup! The bad news: it's 700 years in the future, and he is reactivated in a museum where Voyager's crew is accused of war crimes. Can the historic record be set straight, and even if it is, will it matter in the end? Living Witness goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by…
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With Gene Roddenberry relegated to a consultant role on the Star Trek feature films, the "Great Bird" still had strong opinions about the shape of each sequel. In the first part of our look at a memo from 1983, Gene lays out his concerns around keeping Trek's format intact and his problems with destroying the Enterprise. See the documents: facebook…
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Chakotay meets the love of his life for the first time for the second time when a mysterious alien visits Voyager. Unforgettable goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - get three months free with a one year subscription. Sponsored by - sign up for exclusive offers and special announcements.Roddenberry Entertainment
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The faster Star Trek: The Next Generation ramped up production for its first season, a very real crisis loomed: they didn't have enough scripts. Bob Justman wrote to Gene Roddenberry in no uncertain terms about the production's needs, and we've got Mike DeMeritt to help us pick apart the details. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit t…
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Do not attempt to adjust your monitor. Only authorized personnel with appropriate clearance level may access the following confidential information. When you have passed Starfleet security protocol, you may add The Omega Directive to the Mission Log. Sponsored by - try online therapy today. Sponsored by - sign up for special announcements and exclu…
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One year before the American bicentennial celebration, Gene Roddenberry and Wilton Dillon from the Smithsonian Institution shred a friendly correspondence. We welcome back Margaret Weitekamp - almost 50 years to the day since the "Big E" was shipped from LA to DC - to further discuss the importance of pop-culture in the country's preeminent collect…
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Tom Paris craves adventure, and his wish is granted when Steth, a bodysnatching alien, steals his body and ships him off into deep space. Imposter Tom wanders Voyager, fixing and, just as quickly, breaking “his” life apart. Real Tom finds a way back to Voyager hoping to convince the crew of the Freaky Friday body switch with the aid of Steth’s prev…
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We are thrilled to welcome Margaret Weitekamp, Curator and Department Chair of the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, to discuss science fiction's role in the story of space flight. A 1972 letter from Gene Roddenberry to Fred Durant, Assistant Director of NASM, underlines the cultural impact of shows like Star Trek and the importance of heroi…
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Do you want to play a game? The crew of Voyager does not, but the Hirogen would love to. They lock the crew in the holodeck to play cat and mouse in Nazi-occupied France, but when the simulation seeps into the real world, the stakes become deadly. Sponsored byRoddenberry Entertainment
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As The Trek Files continues to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Animated series, we look back at a rather pointed letter from Dorothy Fontana about the draft for "Eye of the Beholder." Aaron Harvey joins us again as we reveal a newly discovered detail about the episode's development! See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visi…
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The crew deals with a shady arms merchant while the Doctor and Seven must deal with a worrying recovered memory about him. As evidence mounts, both parties are displeased with the possible outcome. Tensions and emotions rise as Retrospect goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - sign up today to get notified about exclusive drops! Sponsored by - s…
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It might seem like a given that a TV series must be written to fit a budget. In the early days of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," a serious concern between Gene Roddenberry and Bob Justman was to keep the scripts under control. Returning guest Mike DeMeritt joins The Trek Files to help parse the intersection of creativity and commerce. See the do…
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The Hirogen are enough of a nightmare for Voyager, but the situation gets more complicated when a stray 8472 shows up looking for refuge. And that battle is almost as tense as the one between Seven and Janeway. Prey drops into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - get three months free! Sponsored by - give online therapy a try.…
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What exactly is the internal physiology of a Klingon, or a Horta, or a Tholian? In 1975, an enterprising undergrad wrote to Gene Roddenberry to get some answers. Today, we've got educator and Star Trek science consultant Mohamed Noor with us to talk about the intersection of fact and fiction. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit the T…
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Things can't get more exciting for the Voyager crew when letters from home arrive. Unless, of course, the excitement also includes being hunted by ferocious killer aliens. Mission Log tracks down Hunters. Sponsored by - Use code 60MISSIONLOG to get 60% off plus 20% off your next two months. Sponsored by - Stop wasting money on unwanted subscription…
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