You Say Mugato, I Say Gumato

You Say Mugato, I Say Gumato brings more trivia to Lower Decks

The latest Star Trek: Lower Decks episode is the curiously named You Say Mugato, I Say Gumato — we explain why and give you the highlights of the episode Star Trek: Lower Decks season 2 bubbles along nicely with the latest episode You Say Mugato, I Say Gumato. The story itself is fairly straightforward (see below), but the … >

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Star Trek — 800 episodes

Star Trek — 800 episodes and counting (as of the latest Lower Decks)

Star Trek: Lower Decks 2:3 We’ll Always Have Tom Paris marks a milestone — 800 episodes and counting for the franchise It’s official (*see below) — with the latest instalment of Star Trek: Lower Decks, there have been 800 televised episodes of Star Trek across various versions of the franchise since 1966. It’s a big number, and … >

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Jupiter's Legacy Volume 1

Jupiter’s Legacy Volume One review — ponderous pageant fails to please

Jupiter’s Legacy Volume 1 brings us (another) multi-generational superhero series with (another) deconstruction of the genre. Sadly it fails to excel at either Despite effects, sets, and a cast doing their best, Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy fails to concentrate on anything in particular, resulting in eight episodes of slow-moving character introductions and simplistic moralising. We’ll explain. … >

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Jodie Whittaker Thirteenth Doctor Revolution of the Daleks

Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks review

Revolution of the Daleks, the 2020/21 festive special Doctor Who episode allowed several story strands room to grow, and also brought some to a conclusion. Did it entertain and was it that special? Be warned — spoilers follow. Where were we? Back before 2020, we had a Dalek festive story in Resolution of the Daleks. Series 12 brought … >

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Discovery: Doug Jones as the human Saru in Su'Kal

Su’Kal – Star Trek: Discovery S3, Ep 11 review

Su’Kal foregrounds the story which percolated in the background of the last few episodes; the fate of an ancient Kelpian ship. Trapped in the heart of the Verubin Nebula, it was apparently the source of the ‘The Burn’; the cataclysmic event which destroyed interstellar travel. When a life sign on board is discovered, Captain Saru … >

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