Meet Amanda Rogers. She is young, smart, driven, and possibly some sort of mage. She can make puppies appear and disappear. She can change the direction of falling objects. She can contain a warp core explosion with her will. Turns out, her biological parents were Q. But is she? And what will happen if she is not? Find out when we put True Q in the Mission Log.
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We’re pleased to announce a giveaway of the very latest prop replica from Roddenberry Entertainment: the Kataan probe pendant worn by Eline in “The Inner Light.”
• 1:1 Scale Replica
• Handcrafted in the USA
• Precious metals and jewelry-grade components, aged by hand
• Designed in collaboration with the fan community
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Your Mission Log crew are taking time this holiday to be with friends and family, and we wish the best of times to everyone of you as well. Your regularly scheduled Mission Log will return next Thursday at 12:00am PST. Remember, no matter where you are, your Star Trek Pals are most of all thankful for you!
At the 2016 Star Trek convention in Las Vegas, we were proud to take to the Roddenberry Interactive Stage to present the Podcast Summit with some of our favorite friends and colleagues. The discussion ranged from distinguishing ourselves in the crowded field of Trek podcasting, the marker of success to the types of audience feedback we get. You can listen to the audio-only podcast courtesy of TrekGeeks or watch the video below from our friends at Priority One.
Like Picard learning about Darmok, Mission Log listeners may need to check in from time to time to figure out what their hosts are saying. There’s lingo, there are running themes, there are in-jokes and references galore. One of our industrious listeners, Alan Simonis, put together this handy (and evolving) guide: (more…)9 Comments
At The Official Star Trek Las Vegas Convention, your Mission Log hosts along with Rod Roddenberry, Clint Howard and our host, explorer, science enthusiast and Tiki expert Jonathan Knowles, unveiled the recipes for Tranya.
First considered at Tiki Oasis, the recipes are based on the competing stories that the prop-master on “The Corbomite Maneuver” used either grapefruit or apricot juice. We present those here along with one recipe that uses both in the true spirit of IDIC.
Relive the Interplanetary Tranya Symposium and Cocktail Hour by mixing your own, then kick back while you contemplate the long history of boozy libations in science fiction.
Special thanks to our mixologists Kelly Knowles and Mark Holt.