Best Trekies podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Improvised Star Trek explores the final frontier of comedy by turning Star Trek into an improv office comedy. Taking suggestions submitted on Twitter and Facebook, the cast (featuring some of Chicago’s top improvisors) creates a fully improvised episode detailing the adventures of the USS Sisyphus, a less enterprising starship. New episodes are posted every other week. To learn more about the show check out our website, facebook page, or twitter! Improvised Star Trek is fan production. Star ...
 
Saturday Morning Trek is a podcast dedicated to the short-lived Star Trek: The Animated Series from the 1970s as well as the collectibles that fans cherished during their childhood. Hosted by Aaron Harvey, Saturday Morning Trek is the newest entry in our lineup and brings a unique approach by capturing the magic that made so many of us fall in love with Star Trek during the years between The Original Series and the films.
 
I am Jamie Nichols, a National Board Certified Exceptional Needs Teacher who specializes in Assistive Technology for 3 to 22 year old disabled students. This podcast is full of quick ideas for General Education and Special Education teachers. We explore the ideas of comic culture icons as if they were young students in the classroom.Ever wonder how Professor Xavier Charles 's wheelchair would have been adapted in a high school classroom? Or how to curb the energy of a young Captain James T K ...
 
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Trek is best watched with a friend!A podcast where a die-hard Trek fan and a rookie watch the original Star Trek series (and beyond!) together. Join them for laughter, discussion, and boundless adventure through the Trek universe, episode-by-episode!
 
Trek Trek is a weekly watch-along podcast companion to Star Trek: Discovery. We recap and review each episode of the first new Star Trek television series in more than a decade. Join two friends as they boldly go where Trek has never gone before!
 
Life After Trek is a podcast series featuring Star Trek Cast & Crew interviews. Listen-in to hear from your favorite Trek stars & former crew members and to learn what they are doing now.
 
In this podiobook: "Star Wars is over. Star Trek is dead. In Spherical Tomi, Jack Mangan has opened up a new frontier."- Ernest Hogan, author of Smoking Mirror BluesA top-secret AI project.A deadly power struggle between warlords.Tomi was once lead co
 
Why the Trek is a Star Trek Discovery review and analysis podcast where David, a lifelong Trekkie who's seen every episode and movie of Star Trek at least once, and Zach, a novice to the Trek world and a hardcore Star Wars fan, break down each episode of CBS's Star Trek: Discovery series. Why the Trek offers a unique, in-depth look into the world of Discovery, as David brings extensive knowledge and expertise of the Star Trek franchise, and Zach provides a fresh, out of the box view of the u ...
 
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When a planet with a dying atmosphere needs saving, Crick has a plan. Also Bobbi has a plan. And Lorem has plan. And Lt. Mercury has a plan. It's a plan rich day. Improvised on February 15, 2018 from a suggestion by Cameron Witham (@blockpastmaple) via twitter Starring Rich Alfonso as Lt. Mercury Rayna Caskey as En. Bobbi Intern Sean Kelley as ...…
 
Ermahgerd Starring Mary Cait Walthall as Derkter Zerlern Zernerner Julia Weiss as Lerternern Reter Kerng Improvised June 24, 2018 from a suggestion by Tyson Thorp via Facebook. Edited by Chris Rathjen News: Matt Young (Captain Baxter) has appeared on the 15 Minutes With Lincoln podcast Eric Scull (Producer) has a new podcast HR Unconfidential M ...…
 
During a spacewalk, Dr. Zonalzon is abducted by inspirational space entities and is forced to reassess her love life and goats… I mean goals! Improvised on May 20th 2018 from a suggestion by Robert Boileau via Twitter Starring: Chris Rathjen as Comdr. Corbomite Hayes, GOAT Nick Wagner as Lt. Ch’arles Lorem, T'ripp, GOAT Eli Mandel as Acting Sec ...…
 
Doug has an A********. Good Business; Good Starfleet. Improvised on May 6, 2018 from a suggestion by Justin Lipsitz via Facebook Starring Rayna Caskey as En. Bobbi Intern, Doug Sean Kelley as Lt.Cdr. Crick Watson Chris Rathjen as Cdr. Corbomite Hayes, Old Doug Nick Wagner as Lt. Ch’arles Lorem Mary Cait Walthall as En. Operator, Dr. Zarlene Zon ...…
 
You asked for it (you didn't), so we delivered (we did)! We start with Zach's unfiltered thoughts about Solo, A Star Wars Movie, then David tries his hardest to segue back to Star Trek Discovery. Then we get into the subject of this episode: Star Trek Deep Space Nine, S1E18 Duet. David compares the Cardassian occupation of Bajor to 19th century ...…
 
On board a shuttlecraft returning from an astrometrics conference, the crew spends time getting to know one another better. Until it seems that a nearby star is following them... This episode was improvised on November 26, 2017 from a suggestion by TehBorg (@strtrk1701) on Twitter. Edited by Eric Scull Starring: Rayna Caskey as En. Bobbi Intern ...…
 
In this flashback to the early days of their relationship, Rip and Zarlene boldy balance career, romance, and veneral civilizations. Improvised August 6, 2017 from a suggestion by Duke DeRiven via Facebook. Featuring Eli Mandel as Acting Security Chief Rip Stiply Mary Cait Walthall as Dr. Zarlene Zonalzon Nick Wagner as Lt. Ch'arles Lorem Matt ...…
 
The inexorable march of time catches up to Lt. DeFarge and En. Bobbi, while Corbomite, Lorem, and Rip recapture the lost feelings of youth. Nick Wagner as Lt. Ch'arles Lorem Dan Granata as DeFarge Chris Rathjen as Cmdr. Corbomite Hayes, Dr. F'geaux Rayna Caskey as Ensign Bobbi Eli Mandel as Jeremy Swanson, Lt. Rip Stipley…
 
We're back for part 2! We ask why Starfleet ships don't replicate shotguns and swords when they fight the Borg. David reenacts (poorly) the best monologue in Star Trek history. We discuss if Picard actually needed to be present to resolve the plot towards the end (think Raiders of the Lost Ark). Join us next time when we introduce Zach to Deep ...…
 
Sorry about the audio in this one! We cover a few DIS bits of news regarding Captain Pike and Jonathan Frakes and then jump right into the movie. We pick apart the trouble with time travel and Zach shares his theory of the Dynamic Stability of Time. Later, we discuss what Star Trek may have looked like if Tom Hanks had played the role of Zefram ...…
 
Crick Wines, Dines, and Brings Onlines. Improvised on October 21, 2017 from a suggestion by Michael Greenhut via Facebook Sponsored by Overcast, a member of the Chicago Podcast Coop
 
When Zarlene gets bored and develops prank candy that melts in your mouth not someone else's mouth, the side effects harden into literal statues of her fears. Meanwhile, a very important ambassador is on board and the man Zarlene “secretly” loves tortures a stranger who, it may turn out, is pranking the ship the hardest! Improvised September 24 ...…
 
THE FINAL SEASON of the original series kicks off with a slice of CLASSIC Science Fiction. Spock is missing his brain! The crew of the Enterprise is off to find it, Josh realizes how many people die on Kirk’s ship, and the guys imagine watching this episode on the wall of a bar.
 
Spock works some sexy with Cheyenne, the sultry Romulan commander, Josh and Ira debate if first really is the worst, second is the best, and whether third is the hairiest chest or the tweety bird.
 
Kirk just can’t fall in love with a line, Ira fondly remembers watching the SNL “Best of” videos back in the day, and Bones can’t stop talking about cells getting “blasted.”
 
The Original Series airs its very last episode. The guys fulfill their original mission for this podcast, and decide there might have to be more treks to come…
 
Breaking News: Kirk gets another girlfriend! This time she’s sick, Kirk finds himself on an empty ship…but there are terrifying faces in the windows. Creepy.
 
We’re going back in time! Kirk, Spock, and Bones visit the coolest library ever, Josh and Ira talk “penultimate” and Game of Thrones, and we figure out that Pixar loved this episode as much as we did.
 
This episode is *definitely* about race, that much certain. It’s also about Ira directing Josh to the bathroom on the Enterprise-D, Josh fantasized about decking Chakotay on the bridge, and we watch some really oily, sweaty face make-up.
 
For the second time, the Enterprise crew find themselves trapped in an insane asylum. This time, there’re fake Spocks, surprise explosions, and that sweet, sweet feeling of unpredictability. Also, Josh confesses he’s watched Galaxy Quest, one of the best “Trek” movies ever made.
 
We spend time up in the clouds for this episode, Ira has Josh cast the OG crew as other fictional characters, and the boys lament the lack of season 3 dungeons.
 
Trek goes “Taming the Shrew” on us, complete with all the problematic themes, Josh describes his love of Voyager and Deep Space Nine, and we discuss what “soiling” means (hint: it’s poop).
 
Space Hippies! Chekov’s old crush is part of a cult now, Spock and Josh are natural “Nows” while Kirk is a total “Herbert,” and we get excited to enter the home stretch of season 3.
 
Kirk finds himself a mint-condition Ozaba in his retro strawberry mento uniform, Spock can’t be contained by emotional force-fields, and Josh & Ira consider the inevitable point in human history where candybars are removed from society.
 
The crew discovers a really, really old dude with a hot daughter—enter Kirk—, the boys talk about how important it is to finish, and dare us all to take a drink every time Scotty is shocked or bewildered. Good luck staying sober!
 
Kirk gets sped up really, really fast, Josh reminds everyone “you have no idea who you are,” and Ira tries to find the sweet spot in the car-boat of life.
 
Thank god the boys are drinking by “volume,” Scotty’s girlfriend gets possessed by some really creepy lights, and we decide that Trek is like comfort food; it always makes you feel good.
 
Evil Greek aliens, oh my! The boys consider how far pantomime can carry you in a TV episode, things almost get suuuuper dark, and we get the first interracial kiss on TV!
 
Almost an entire episode without Kirk forces Bones and Spock to get along, we navigate some microphone issues, and the guys remember how hard it was to talk when trying to stop crying as a kid, and the good old days when Star Trek was actually on the TV airwaves.
 
Can the most poetic Trek title of them all live up to its name? The boys find out, Josh imagines a block-sized piece of street art, and Bones FINALLY gets to kiss the girl.
 
Engineering is the most dangerous room on the Enterprise; you heard it hear first! Ira shares his childhood dream home with a life-sized replica of the bridge, Josh casts the crew as band members, and we all learn how to be friends with the Klingons.
 
We make a visit to the O.K. Corale (it’s ok, it’s not AMAZING, it’s just “okay”), Ira makes Josh sing yet another on-the-spot song, and the guys lament missed opportunities while being rather swept away by some fun visuals.
 
The Enterprise takes aboard a passenger who will drive you crazy if you look at them, Ira deep-dives the phrase “irons in the fire,” and the guys talk directly to Bro Bronson about workplace harassment.
 
Ah, yes, the episode where we meet annoying 60s Ira and a creepy Marlon Brando ghost, Al Pacino sings “I’ve got the whole world in my hands,” and Ira gets emotional talking about how important Star Trek’s optimism is.
 
I am Kirok!!! Kirk goes native…literally, he’d be loving it if it weren’t for the crippling nightmares, and Josh imagines the perfect Star Trek porn.
 
We start off by discussing the recent news regarding the production of Star Trek Discovery season 2... and make a bold prediction for who will play the captain! We start by poking fun at the intro music for Enterprise, which is a must since this was Zach's first episode of ENT. We also discussed why perhaps a Mirror Universe episode was a bad i ...…
 
Holes begin appearing in the USS Sisyphus and the chain of command. Can the crew spot the difference between survival and destruction, or will the turning tables leave them without a deck to stand on? Improvised on March 18, 2018 from a suggestion by Kade-Mica David Battles via Facebook Edited by Chris Rathjen Starring Rayna Caskey as En. Bobbi ...…
 
Captain Baxter and Rip get in over their heads when the captain decides to drive away in a Toyota Pathfinder. Improvised February 4, 2018 from a suggestion via @ChampionHack on Twitter Edited by Eli Mandel Starring: Eli Mandel as Rip Stipley Matt Young as Julius V. Baxter News for March 25, 2018 - Thanks to all who came out to our 3/19 live sho ...…
 
The Sisyphus Crew may find weathering a storm-ravaged planet to be as difficult as weathering the quirks of interpersonal relationships. This episode was improvised on February 4, 2018 from a suggestion by Holly Hilton via Facebook Edited by Eric Scull Starring: Sean Kelley - Crick Watson Eli Mandel - Rip Stipley, General Borlamus, Soccer Fed N ...…
 
When chore day rolls around, Cmdrs. Hayes and Watson head to the laundromat. Featuring Chris Rathjen as Cmdr. Hayes Sean Kelley as Lt. Cmdr. Crick Watson Julia Weiss as Barb Mary Cait Walthall as Maggie Eli Mandel as Yeoman Devin
 
Lorem and Bobbi crap open a cold one*. *recursive paradox Improvised February 11, 2018 from a suggestion via @nerdlunch Includes News for March 3, 2018 - Improvised Star Trek is playing live this year at C2E2! April 7 at 6:30 - Eli Mandel has a new podcast of his own, "Crowning Around" - We've been receiving a lot of great Fan Art lately and we ...…
 
We dive into our thoughts and feelings about Discovery Season 1 as a whole, including the point where the show almost lost us, and our favorite storylines. Zach talks about why the Spore Drive plot device needs to go soon. David talks about the value of slowing down the pace of storytelling with lower, character-driven stakes. And of course, we ...…
 
Picture this: Captain Baxter and Dr. Zonzalzon meet a hologram with a full head of heads. Improvised February 4, 2018 from a suggestion by Joe Redhead Edited by Chris Rathjen Starring Sean Kelley as Crick Watson, Holographic Ensign Jones Eli Mandel as Holographic Captain Forrester, Rip Stiply Nick Wagner as Lt. Ch'arles Lorem Mary Cait Walthall ...…
 
On the season finale of Trek Trek: Discovery, Justin and Randy review the final episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s first season, “Will You Take My Hand?” Spoiler alert: The Discovery answers a distress call from… the U.S.S. Enterprise. We’ll return for Star Trek: Discovery season two! Join us every week as we recap another episode of the latest ...…
 
Kudos to the writers and producers for giving us a very satisfying season finale in only 45 minutes (we didn’t think it could be done); we tried our hardest, but there just wasn’t much to nitpick. Zach compares L’rell to George Washington, right before President’s day. David gushes in his appreciation for how Star Trek the resolution turned out ...…
 
This time, Justin and Randy share their thoughts on episode 14 of Star Trek: Discovery’s first season, “The War Without, The War Within”. Spoiler: Star Fleet (inexplicably) installs Mirror Georgiou as captain of Discovery. Join us every week as we recap another episode of Star Trek: Discovery! If you’re enjoying this voyage, please consider lea ...…
 
The Trek Trek: Discovery due of Justin and Randy return to discuss Star Trek: Discovery season one, episode 13, “What’s Past Is Prologue”. Spoiler: Mirror Lorca bites the mycelial dust. Join us every week as we recap another episode of Star Trek: Discovery! If you’re enjoying this voyage, please consider leaving us a review on iTunes, telling a ...…
 
The penultimate episode of season 1 was full of goodbyes: Sarek for now, Ash for now, Starbase 1 for good. David educates Zach about the Augment virus and why the current Klingon appearance is such a complicated mess. Zach explains why this episode worried him and how much is riding on the Discovery season 1 finale. We really did not like the s ...…
 
Oops, Crick did it again. Played god with a world, gave gifts to the crew. Oh Rita, Rita. Oops, now Commands up for grabs, but when starfleet shows up, no one is innocent. Featuring Rayna Caskey as Bertha Jack Felker as Kate or Katie, Cdr. Justine Sean Kelley as Lt. Cdr. Crick Watson Eli Mandel as Rip Stipley, Lt. Jeremy Swanson Mary Cait Walth ...…
 
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