Transporter Room 3: The Star Trek Podcast

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Episode 64: The Worst of TNG Season 7

Having sex with space ghosts. Discovering long-lost siblings. Masaka!

Transporter Room 3, Episode 64


Yep, it's time for Transporter Room 3 to take the final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation to task. With recent news that Season 7 is finally coming to Blu-ray this winter, Scott and Phil revisit the lowest points of one of TNG's most uneven seasons.


From "Sub Rosa" (cringe) to "Masks" (double cringe), you won't want to miss our spot-on (read: snarky) analysis of these craptastic episodes.

We also debate the pros and "Khans" (I regret nothing!) about the rumored return of William Shatner as James T. Kirk in Roberto Orci's Star Trek 3.

And no ep of TR3 would be complete without a funeral for another Red Shirt. Who gets the torpedo tube this week? Listen now and find out!

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Transporter Room 3, Episode 64


Friday, September 12, 2014

Become a Red Shirt of the Week!

Now, finally, here's your chance to support the Star Trek podcast with the mostest!

Yes, we are now whoring ourselves out: You can buy a Transporter Room 3 T-shirt to help us keep the podcast going. And in the process, you can become a Red Shirt of the Week too!

Picking up one of our unique TR3 shirts does not guarantee you'll survive your next landing party... in fact, it pretty much guarantees the opposite. But at least you'll go out in style.

The sale of these shirts operates through Teespring, which collects the pre-orders on the shirts. You aren't charged and the shirts don't ship until we hit a target goal of a specific amount of pre-orders, which means if you really want one of these shirts, you should convince your friends/loved ones/Tribbles to buy one/100/infinity too. The proceeds from the shirts will help to support the podcast's basic operational costs.

So, you know, make it so...