Discovering “All Those Who Wander” and “A Quality Of Mercy”

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds brings its first season in for a landing, and John, Heather, and Norman – and many callers! – have thoughts about both episodes and the series’ possible future directions.

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  2. Lance Falk says:

    Great double podcast. I agree with pretty much everything…especially your comments about the finale.

    I am a serious TOS guy (nothing comes close to the show I grew up with. I admit a bias there). But if SNW is to enjoy its own destiny, you can’t play it like, “Kirk did it right, Pike screwed up” Not fair to the new show. Now I think many of the Berman shows did TOS dirty too, but the most egregious example of a show stepping on another is obviously the Enterprise finale.

    Norm. Yeah. Go for more original stuff….at least for key episodes. The suggestion of another Captain like Tracey or even Decker would have worked better than the Pierce Brosnan take on Kirk.

    Heather. Yes. Find a guy who can remind me even a little of Shatner. He looked like a child next to Anson. How can we believe this guy battling the Gorn at Vasquez Rocks (just a few miles from me, BTW) or seducing Lenore Karidian? Shades of the Solo film. It had it’s problems but the biggest one was not even bothering to find someone who evoked Harrison Ford even for a moment. The legacy of Kirk deserves better.

    Oh and yeah about Ortegas. WTF? Who is this woman?