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The Lights of Zetar.
You probably already know that it’s not a good idea to stare into a bright light. When there are many lights—and they’re multi-colored—doing so becomes an even worse idea. You could damage your eyesight, or perhaps have you brainwave replaced by that of a group of alien minds searching for a body to call home. That’s what happened to Lt. Mira Romaine in “The Lights of Zetar,” the third-season TOS episode that plays with character personalities, limited financial resources, and has a connection to a beloved children’s show.
In this episode of The Ready Room, we’re joined by Larry Nemecek and Brandon-Shea Mutala to discuss Memory Alpha, Scotty in love, how you can blame anything on space, and why horses might not make the best engineers. We also delve into some Season Three trivia, production shortcuts, and remastered TOS elements.
In our news segment, Chris and Larry discuss whether the ascension of Les Moonves to Chair of CBS Corp. will have an impact on Star Trek, when we’ll hear first details about the Star Trek 2017 series, and the future of Star Trek on streaming services not called CBS All Access. Plus, Larry fills us in on the latest happenings in Portal 47.
News Les Moonves new CBS Corp. Chair (00:05:33) When will Star Trek 2017 details be announced? (00:11:24) Star Trek’s future on streaming services (00:15:40) Portal 47 update (00:25:07)
Feature Synopsis and Initial Thoughts (00:32:41) Lamb Chop’s (Creepy) Play-Along (00:43:16) Pacing, Message, and Cinematography (00:47:41) Scotty in Love (00:53:27) Production Shortcuts (01:05:22) Remastered Elements (01:11:51) We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Shields (01:15:21) Farewell Engineering, and Other Zetar Trivia (01:22:04) Final Thoughts (01:24:44)
Hosts C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek
Guest Brandon-Shea Mutala
Production C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Executive Producer) Charlynn Schmiedt (Executive Producer) Rene Roberts (Associate Producer) Zachary Fruhling (Associate Producer) Sam Piassick (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Will Nguyen (Content Manager)
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