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Continuing Mission is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to the way fans keep Star Trek alive through independent series and films, games, art, and more. Host Christopher Jones sits down with fans and pros for an inside look at fan films, projects, and what drives our love of Star Trek.
 
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DC's Stargirl: Summer School. Stargirl began its life on the DC Universe streaming service and for the second season, with that service being folded into HBOMax, it would find itself being moved to The CW. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by Scott McClellan to talk about the second season of Stargirl. We discuss Scott'…
 
Lethal Weapon. The 80s were a magical time for movies with so many of the films spawning franchises that would continue for the decades because of the star power driving them. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to help us talk about Lethal Weapon. We discuss seeing it for the first time, a vi…
 
New Earth: Challenger. The mission that the Enterprise has had to help safeguard the colonists of Belle Terre has been harder and more taxing that anyone expected, yet it is about to come to a close, but not before one more unexpected challenge. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt talk about the final book of t…
 
WandaVision. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as they begin a new Phase, Phase 4 and it isn't a movie but a show on Disney Plus. Chapters Beginning Phase 4 (00:03:38) Made for TV? (00:07:24) The Concept (00:12:09) Dealing With Grief (00:16:16) Bringing Characters Back (00:28:04) Another Organization (00:36:28) Th…
 
Samaritan. More and more movies are finding their release on streaming services instead of the traditional premiere in theaters first before they find their way to home release. In this episode hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Samaritan which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. We discuss the development, a prologue, punching up, t…
 
Cardassian war crimes and The Man in the Glass Booth For many fans of Deep Space Nine, the penultimate installment of Season 1, “Duet,” is also the show’s first classic episode. A bleak exploration of guilt, responsibility, and forgiveness in the aftermath of war, it’s a story that could scarcely have been told on any other Star Trek series. One of…
 
Locke & Key: Season 3. With a television show, there are very few things that are more important than the way the writers find a way to bring the story to a close. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about the final season of Locke & Key. We discuss a final season, bringing it all together, the past, new ke…
 
“Precious Cargo” 20th-anniversary reflections A distress call leads to one of the most troubling events one can imagine: the interruption of Trip Tucker’s harmonica time. But what he finds aboard the Retellian freighter sets him on a path of adventure that more than makes up for the musical malady. Scraping the frost off a statis pod reveals a woma…
 
Autistic representation in Star Trek “Perhaps you’re just different,” Tam Elbrun tells Data in the Next Generation episode “Tin Man.” “Not a sin, you know, though you may have heard otherwise.” Both characters—the emotionally sensitive Betazoid and the supposedly emotionless android—have been seen by fans as allegories of a particular kind of diffe…
 
Catwoman: Hunted. The DC Animated, direct-to-home movies have been a staple of DC Comics for years, with some of the films becoming classics for fans and because of this they have branched out to create even movies with beloved characters. In this episode hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Catwoman: Hunted. We discuss using the ope…
 
Dukat’s “Civil Defense” As central as Dukat was to the overall Deep Space Nine story, he didn't appear so often in the early season. The third-season episode “Civil Defense” marked only his eight appearance—and the first of the season—and the writers took the opportunity to bring his character into focus. With a more sinister, in-it-only-for-me ton…
 
“Vanishing Point” 20th-anniversary reflections Forced to use the transporter to escape a diamagnetic storm on the surface of an uninhabited planet, Hoshi Sato returns to the Enterprise not quite feeling herself. In fact, she’s slowly fading away, leaving her crew in danger and her dad confused. Unless she can find a way to get someone’s attention, …
 
The Gray Man. Netflix has continued its search for an action franchise, last year they released Red Notice and in 2020 they released Extraction, but that has not stopped them from continuing the search. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about The Gray Man. We discuss development hell, the Russo Brothers, …
 
Federation. Star Trek books and comics have been a backbone of the franchise from almost the beginning of the series, getting fans through many lean years when there was little hope of more stories being told onscreen. In this 350th episode of Literary Treks, hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt celebrate by talking about the beloved book, Feder…
 
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Art has often been used as a way for an artist to work through the trauma they have experienced in their lives with the art of filmmaking is no exception and neither is Steven Spielberg. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. We discuss 40 years lat…
 
“Singularity” 20th-anniversary reflections When the crew of the NX-01 discovers a class-four black hole, they decide to investigate. But the closer they get, the more they lose grip on reality. As they approach the black hole, they each become obsessed with trivial matters. Reed searches for the perfect alarm to get everyone’s attention, Hoshi seek…
 
Michael Eddington At the start of Deep Space Nine’s third season, more than a new ship arrived. A new character also joined the crew, one who was meant to serve as a foil of sorts for Odo and as a fill-in for O’Brien when Colm Meaney was away on a film projects. With the Dominion stirring fear, and concern growing over Odo’s approach to security, S…
 
Men in Black. Twenty-five years ago, 1997 would turn out to be a banner year for films, with movies that would go on to be considered classics now and one of the highest grossing movies of all-time bringing the year to a close. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Men in Black. We discuss 25 years ago,…
 
“The Communicator” 20th-anniversary reflections After a, let’s admit, questionable mission to mingle with a pre-warp culture while wearing peel-off prosthetics, the crew of the Enterprise NX-01 returns from an alien planet where they had a great time. But, oops, Malcolm’s communicator slipped out of his pocket in a tavern—an event that leads to the…
 
The State of Star Trek 2022 We long called the 1990s the golden age of Star Trek. From 1993 to 1999, two series overlapped one another on the airwaves and, once The Next Generation left the small screen, we even got doses of three incarnations of Gene Roddenberry’s vision from time to time. But it all came to an abrupt end in May 2005, with the fin…
 
Star Trek’s Double Troubles Don’t they say you die if you meet yourself? Our intrepid Starfleet officers had better hope the answer is no, since encounters with doubles, doppelgängers, and duplicates appear to be just part of the job. From the two Kirks in “The Enemy Within” to Lower Decks’s twinned Boimlers, Star Trek has offered up a host of alt …
 
Stranger Things 4: Part 2. Stranger Things became a cultural phenomenon so that when season 3 ended, fans could not wait for more, sadly world events lead to a longer than expected hiatus and a splitting of season 4 into two parts. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris discuss the second part of Stranger Things se…
 
“The Seventh” 20th-anniversary reflections. When T’Pol receives a call from the Vulcan High Command, memories of her past life as a security operative begin to resurface. She is sent on a mission to apprehend a surgically altered man named Menos, the last of six rogue operatives she was sent after 17 years earlier. Or at least she remembered there …
 
Ms. Marvel. Since Endgame, the MCU has done anything but slow down, especially with the addition of content on Disney Plus where the shows now continue the plot threads along with the movies. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about the latest Marvel show Ms. Marvel. We discuss familiarity, more grounded, …
 
“Marauders” 20th-anniversary reflections. Archer continues setting the stage for centuries of conflict between the Federation and the Klingon Empire when he stands up for the inhabitants of a mining colony. But, to be fair, how hard is it to come into conflict with Klingons? Deuterium aside, the captain doesn’t like bullies, not on Earth and not he…
 
Trans representation in Star Trek. In 2022, trans characters in Star Trek have become part of the fabric of humanity’s shared future in space. In addition to Adira and Gray Tal in Discovery, we’ve been treated to the villainess Captain Angel in Strange New Worlds and even an explicitly non-binary character, the Medusan Zero, in Prodigy. But a few d…
 
“A Quality of Mercy” Getting a visit from your future self is rarely a good thing, but if your future self is supposed to be dead, well, you might have hopes for positive news. That’s what Captain Pike thought when a silver fox in Monster Maroons strolled into his quarters. But soon he finds himself at the wedding of … well, he's not sure who they …
 
Thor: Love and Thunder. When we left Thor in Endgame he had helped the Avengers defeat Thanos, given up his kingship over New Asgard and set sail with the Guardians of the Galaxy. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris are joined by Amanda Pfeifer to talk about Thor: Love and Thunder. We discuss after Endgame, the …
 
“A Night in Sickbay” 20th-anniversary reflections When Porthos takes a leak on a sacred tree, it’s strike two for the Enterprise crew with Kreetassans. But that relief doesn’t last the beloved pooch as a pathogen in the Kreetassan air leaves him sick. Archer then spends a night in sickbay where, when he isn't dreaming about T'Pol, he helps Phlox tr…
 
“All Those Who Wander” While on their way to Deep Space Station K-7 to deliver power cells, the crew of the Enterprise respond to a distress call from the USS Peregrine and find themselves in a fight for their lives against ferocious baby Gorn. A derelict starship on an icy Class-L planet is pretty damn creepy, as Sam Kirk put it—and he was right—b…
 
Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith. The Sequel Trilogy for Star Wars created a lot of questions for fans that they have longed to have answered since The Force Awakens was released seven years ago and has compounded with the release of each subsequent film. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by Mark Hurliman of Star Wars Beyo…
 
New Earth: Thin Air. The planet of Belle Terre has been through hell as have the colonists from the Federation but what was thought to be a random Klaud attack may have made the planet uninhabitable for life, forever unless the crew of the Enterprise can come up with a solution in a matter of days. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Ru…
 
The Alien franchise and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. In space, no one can hear you scream. But for unlucky Starfleet landing parties, meeting a nightmarish alien menace can prove as traumatic as deadly. For La'an Noonien-Singh, who carries the burden of having survived captivity in a Gorn breeding colony during childhood, another encounter with t…
 
“The Elysian Kingdom” While conducting a routine survey of the Jonisian Nebula, the Enterprise becomes stuck in a cloud of gas known as Debra. Soon the crew finds themselves as characters from The Kingdom of Elysian, the book which Doctor M’Benga regular reads to his daughter. To return everyone to normal, he and Hemmer, the only other person unaff…
 
Obi-Wan Kenobi. There has been one refrain that Star Wars fans have had since Disney bought Lucasfilm, give us more Kenobi with Ewan McGregor and after a few hiccups, a show on Disney Plus premiered 10 years later. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris are joined by Jedi Master John Mills to talk about Obi-Wan Ken…
 
Stranger Things 4: Part 1. In 2019, season 3 of Stranger Things left fans wondering what happened to Hopper and waiting to see just how many more seasons the show would be given before coming to an end. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Stranger Things 4: Part 1. We discuss coming back, splitting up…
 
“The Serene Squall” A humanitarian mission takes an unexpected turn when a visiting counselor, formerly of Starfleet, turns out to be not who she claims. With ulterior motives tied to Vulcan, this Dr. Aspen is more interested in capturing Spock than the Federation flagship. Meanwhile, Pike, Number One, and most of the senior staff plot a mutiny abo…
 
Daedalus's Children. The crew of the NX-01 finds themselves in a unique position, they're no longer in our universe and the one they find themselves in is hostile to the very proteins they need for survival, plus there is the possibility of the crew finding themselves in the middle of a civil war. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rus…
 
“Dead Stop” 20th-anniversary reflections. Having suffered serious damage in the Romulan minefield, the Enterprise sends out a distress call and is directed by Tellarites to a mysterious space station apparently built as part of a cross-promotional campaign with Arthur C. Clarke. Aboard the station, Archer learns that the Enterprise can be repaired …
 
Jurassic World Dominion. Michael Crichton captured the world's attention in 1990 when he released his book Jurassic Park, which would continue on in film through Steven Spielberg's work and further through its revival in Colin Trevorrow's hands. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about the final film in th…
 
“Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach” When Captain Pike returns to Majalis, a planet where he once took part in a rescue mission, he meets a woman whom he may have been hitting on a decade earlier. While it may be crazy and unlikely that they are meeting again, Pike has arrived just in time to save her and a young boy from attack. Coincidence? Per…
 
“Minefield” 20th-anniversary reflections The Enterprise finds itself in the middle of a minefield and there’s one big problem: the mines are cloaked. There’s also a second big problem: some aliens calling themselves the Romalin [sic] Star Empire don’t want them messing around with their invisible bombs. When a mine attaches itself to the hull, Lieu…
 
Flashdance. The 80s is a decade full of movies that still live on in the cultural zeitgeist, from their choice of music to the iconic scenes that have been replayed or parodied many times, they continue to influence culture now. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to talk about Flashdance. We …
 
“Spock Amok” Spock and T'Pring rendezvous at Starbase 1 for a little R&R and quality time together, but those plans go awry when work gets in the way for both. The situation is compounded when their candle ceremony abruptly ends—or rather fails to do so—and the lovers switch bodies. Throw in Number One and La'an playing Enterprise Bingo and a fly f…
 
Top Gun: Maverick. Hollywood has long mined its back catalog for content, this has worked well but it has also been a dismal disaster at the box office so it is always a toss up as to if the gamble will pay off. This week in The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing welcomes John Mills to talk about the latest Hollywood sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. We discus…
 
New Earth: The Flaming Arrow. The colony of Belle Terre seems to just get out of the frying pan, only to find themselves in the fire, which leaves the crew of the Enterprise the task of once again finding a miracle to save the planet. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Casey Pettitt discuss the fourth book in the New Earth …
 
“Carbon Creek” 20th-anniversary reflections To mark the one-year anniversary of T'Pol's official commission as a member of the Enterprise crew, Captain Archer invites her to dinner, along with Trip. It is a special occasion indeed as the previous record for a Vulcan serving with a human crew was a mere 10 days. When Archer asks her about a trip she…
 
“Memento Mori” The Enterprise travels to Finibus III on a critical supply mission while the crew observes Starfleet Remembrance Day. When they arrive, they discover that the remote colony has come under attack. Soon they learn that the assailants are none other than those reptilian bogeymen known as the Gorn. Lured into a trap and heavily damaged, …
 
How Star Trek’s leaders reflect our own. Young, charismatic, and a bit of a ladies’ man, Captain James T. Kirk was cast in the mould of President John F. Kennedy, the beloved US leader who had been killed just three years before Star Trek debuted. But over the course of more than half a century, Star Trek’s captains have often echoed the great poli…
 
Moon Knight. The MCU Phase Four just continues on like the never-ending story but the latest Disney Plus show takes a cue from the previous Netflix series and gives fans a darker show than previously seen from Disney. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back Amanda Pfeifer to talk about Moon Knight. We d…
 
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