In honor of Kenneth Mitchell and how both he and his character Aurelio managed living with a genetic defect, I wanted to take a look at how Star Trek has addressed special needs throughout the various tv series. The depictions have changed depending upon the prevailing attitude at the times. You can chart the changes in how society has addressed the subject by how the subject has been addressed in Star Trek. Continue reading Depictions of Disabilities in Star Trek
Reports broke this past weekend that Nichelle Nichols, was suffering from dementia, prompting her son, Kyle Johnson, to seek legal protection for her. Continue reading Nichelle Nichols, ‘Star Trek’s’ Original Uhura, Reportedly Suffering From Dementia
Easter eggs galore were all over the place in “Will You Take My Hand?” Did you see them? Continue reading ‘Easter eggs, Easter eggs.’ More Than One Image to Tease Us Over the Break!
Additional Star Trek characters of African, Asian, Hispanic ethnicity. Continue reading MORE Star Trek Characters of Color
In this second special episode, we look at the treatment of people of color within the Star Trek universe. Primarily, we focus on the five live-action television series. As you know, the Original Series (TOS) was a groundbreaking cultural phenomenon … Continue reading Characters of Color in Star Trek – A Special “Star Trek: Age of Discovery” Episode
NEW: Check out photos from Star Trek: Discovery’s next episode, “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum.” Continue reading FIRST LOOK – Photos from Episode 8: ‘Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum’
A listing of my favorite episodes over the five Star Trek series. Continue reading My Favorite Star Trek Episodes of All Time
Michael discovers Sarek has being withholding a secret from her, while Admiral Cornwell confirms her suspicions of Lorca. Continue reading S1 Episode 6: ‘Lethe’