Transporter Room 3: The Star Trek Podcast

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Friday, December 9, 2011

Episode 9: Seven of Nine Gets Naked! On the Radio!

This week, our sensors detected a lot of nerd-worthy updates for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2, and of course, we scrutinize the hell out of 'em!

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Transporter Room 3's Scott Collura and Phil Pirrello take a look at Peter Weller's role in the mucho-anticipated sequel, geeking out about how excited we are to have RoboCop back in the Trek mix, and then turn our attention to Benicio Del Toro not playing the super-secret (cough) villain. (It's Khan. Try not to faint.) Can the sequel afford to lose a big name like Oscar-winner Del Toro? All that and more gets debated in what promises to be the most intense auditory experience you will ever have this side of the Alpha Quadrant.


And Voyager fans? This TR3 is for you, as we finally do the talky thing about an episode of the fourth Trek series. Our selection? "The Omega Directive." It's not the worst thing we've seen, but it's also not as good as we remember it being. Oh, and another Red Shirt is remembered -- because someone's gotta -- and the bar on our particular brand of crass humor is raised. Or lowered, depending on your quality of life.

So give Ensign Kim the conn, put on your best off-duty shiny shirt (Riker style!) and settle in for Episode 9. (We promise it's better than Insurrection!)

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