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Star Trek: Discovery‘s Season Finale Goes out With a Whimper

The first-season finale of Star Trek: Discovery was a solid Star Trek episode. It had a lot of the elements that I've often heard people complain have been missing this season. But it didn't feel finale-worthy.

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Drunk History Spotlights Nichelle Nichols, the “First Black Woman in Space for Fake”

We all obviously love Nichelle Nichols for her role as Lieutenant Uhura on the original Star Trek (and several subsequent films). However, Nichols was also responsible for changing the game up for women, specifically black women, in real life, both in STEM fields and beyond. All this is paid respectful and hilarious tribute in the most recent episode of Drunk History.

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Predictive Text Gives Us the Episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation We Didn’t Know We Needed

"Space...what is the point of it?"

Botnik Studios is at it again with their predictive text, and this time, they're here for Star Trek!

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Can We Please Talk About Last Night’s Star Trek: Discovery Episode?

Star Trek: Discovery has moved with breakneck speed through the mirror universe, and the latest episode was a lot to handle.

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This Video Hilariously Imagines Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek

Our friends in geekery over at Nerdist have put together a speculative Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek, using existing footage from the original series. 

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Why Star Trek: Discovery is the Perfect Star Trek for the #MeToo / #TimesUp Era

This week's Star Trek: Discovery was a doooooozy. There's a lot happening on this show right now, much of it understandably evoking some pretty intense feelings. However, there's one big reveal that was made this week that really got my attention. No, not that one. The other one.

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Time to Talk About That Shocking Episode of Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery returned from midseason hiatus with an episode directed by Jonathan Frakes that kicked us in the head.

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The Best Star Trek Has Its 25th Anniversary

"Ours is the one that is almost like a Russian novel," says Rene Auberjonois of Deep Space Nine, which is the best Star Trek series, and is now officially old enough to rent a car.

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Tarantino Star Trek Film Finds Its Writer in Mark L. Smith, Maintaining a Masculine Hold on Trek Films

I already had mixed feelings about the Star Trek film in development being produced by J.J. Abrams and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Well, Paramount and Bad Robot have set a writer for the project. Now? My feelings are in a goddamn blender.

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A Twist! Sir Patrick Stewart Would Love to Play Picard in a Tarantino Star Trek

Make it so!

I'm not necessarily interested in a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie—though I'm willing to keep an open mind—but mark me down as a very strong "yes, please" when it comes to the desire to see Patrick Stewart return to the role of Jean-Luc Picard, along with the rest of Next Generation. It's too early to say yet whether that's in the cards, but Stewart, at least, seems equally enthusiastic.

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Things We Saw Today: Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek Movie Seems Like a Go, Will Be Rated R

The rumors appear to be rumors no longer: Quentin Tarantino's "Star Trek" pitch has achieved warp five speeds, with potential writers screened and Paramount seemingly agreeing to the director's requirement that the film be R-rated.

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Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams Assemble Writing Team for New Star Trek Movie … but Should They Tho?

I love ice cream. I love tortellini Alfredo. I love pizza. I don't necessarily want to stick all three things in a blender and drink it. Not all great tastes taste great together. Enter Quentin Tarantino, J.J. Abrams, and Star Trek.

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Fan Trailer That Mashes up Star Trek and Star Wars Is a Thing of Beauty

Space, the final frontier ... in a galaxy far, far away.

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Things We Saw Today: The Infinity War Trailer Re-Cut With ’90s Animation

YouTuber Darth Blender has remade the Infinity War trailer with shots from the '90s animated Marvel shows, including X-Men: The Animated Series, The Incredible Hulk, and Spider-Man: The Animated Series.

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Sonequa Martin-Green Owns Piers Morgan on Gender Fluidity With Vulcan-Like Intellect

Sonequa Martin-Green who plays Michael Burnham on Star Trek: Discovery, was a guest on Good Morning Britain and spoke about her experience with being a part of this wonderful Trekkie world. "I love all the political themes we're exploring," she told Piers Morgan and his co-host Susanna Reid. Then, they started talking about gender-fluidity.

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These Thor-Themed Clothes Are Perfect for Ragnarok and Cold Weather

Plus bonus Star Trek.

We are so close to the opening of Thor: Ragnarok that we can practically taste it, but what to wear to the theater? ThinkGeek teamed up with Marvel for a line of "streetwear" that includes several cozy layers that will allow you to pay proper homage to the God of Thunder.

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Star Trek: Discovery Renewed for S2, Because CBS Knows a Hit When It Sees One

Ain't No DISCO Like a Star Trek DISCO, 'Cause a Star Trek DISCO Don't Stop

We'll have plenty more DISCO shirts and bonding between my new favorite Star Trek trio to look forward to (I instantly loved Burnham-Tilly-Tyler forever), because Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for a second season!

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Star Trek Clips but out of Context” Reveal TNG’s Silliest Moments

The reason this compilation works so well is that within the context of their episodes, the scenes make perfect sense to the storyline. Cut up and scrambled around, however ... I can't stop grinning. Come, start your morning off right.

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Everyone I Know Seems Divided About Star Trek: Discovery

A debate over Star Trek: Discovery has been raging in my social media feeds. Some Trek fans are euphoric about the way the new season is unfolding, while others proclaim that at this point they are already "hate-watching."

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In a Racist, Sexist World That Allows for Harvey Weinstein or Milo Yiannopoulos, Don’t Fear. Fight.

"Fear is the path to the Dark Side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering."

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