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"Nepenthe" -- Episode #107 -- Pictured: Jonathan Frakes as William Riker of the the CBS All Access series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo Cr: Aaron Epstein/CBS ©2019 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
He spoke with Cinemablend to compare and contrast how the series treats Riker. STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS Photo: PARAMOUNT+ ©2021 CBS Interactive, Inc All Rights Reserved **Best Possible Screen Grab** "I love it I just did a commentary with [creator] Mike McMahon and Jack Quaid, whose Boimler serves on Riker's Titan on 'Lower Decks,'" Frakes said[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 2 Episode 10 Review: A Classic Finale
The last few episodes of Star Trek: Lower Decks traveled down the path of seriousness I was hoping for since the series started I get that the Paramount+ series is a comedy, but many of the Season 2 episodes felt like some canonical bucket list of inside jokes for fan-servicing sake The season finale "First[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks S02E09 Review: Where Was This All Season?
When it came to compelling storytelling for season two, I was ready to throw in the towel on Star Trek: Lower Decks, given the last few outings The penultimate episode "wej Duj" gave me the kind of story I was looking for Rather than the standard senior and lower decker arcs, we get three in[...]
Jack Quaid discusses Star Trek: Lower Decks (Images: Ron Adar / // CBS All Access)
Personally, I wouldn't be surprised if his is the one we hear the most in the franchise nearly two seasons in. Jack Quaid discusses Star Trek: Lower Decks (Images: Ron Adar / // CBS All Access) In the video response, Quaid provides his Boimler scream, which I guess passes for his catchphrase since the only other[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks S2, E8 Review: Consider Renaming the Series
To be honest, I was hoping for so much more from Star Trek: Lower Decks It just seems like there's no real story to the series anymore, feeling like nothing more than just an elaborate fourth-wall-breaking DVD extra to compliment a real show How they don't just rename it to Star Trek: Easter Eggs by[...]
Star Trek Actor Jeffrey Combs on Return to Franchise in Lower Decks
New episodes of Lower Decks stream Thursdays on Paramount+. Jeffrey Combs as AGIMUS in Star Trek: Lower Decks Image courtesy of Paramount+ Jeffrey Combs proved time and again to be one of the most versatile actors in Star Trek Best known for his portrayal of Weyoun and Brunt on Deep Space Nine, he portrayed a total[...]
Star Trek Actor Jeffrey Combs on Return to Franchise in Lower Decks
The latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks contains two arcs that kind of ring familiar to another iconic animated sci-fi series (Futurama) in the episode "Where Pleasant Fountains Lie" The first involves Lt Commander Billups (Paul Scheer), who for some reason they give an actual plot to when in previous episodes, he's lucky to[...]
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Star Trek: Lower Decks episode "The Spy Humongous" is probably the most uninspired of the second season The main arc deals with a peace negotiation with the Pakled homeworld and their overly simplistic ways The second arc deals with random alien samples that the lower deck ensigns tackle Consider this your spoilers warning (for what[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks S02E05 Preview: An Embarrassment of Dooplers
If there's one thing Star Trek: Lower Decks is unapologetic about is how deep the animated comedy is willing to go for its self-awareness and embracing its lower-brow nature It's literally starting to feel like a series that Seth MacFarlane (as opposed to The Orville) was put in charge of instead of Mike McMahan the[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks S02E05 Preview: An Embarrassment of Dooplers
Paramount+ released the latest preview for the upcoming fifth episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks "An Embarrassment of Dooplers" We start off with Captain Freeman (Dawnn Lewis) talking to Commander Ransom (Jerry O'Connell) "We'll get to Starbase 25 just in time for the command conference" We're then treated to a Federation digital banner of "Welcome[...]
BCTV Daily Dispatch 5 Sept 21: Rick and Morty, WWE, What If…? & More
Today's line-up covers everything from Disney Plus' What If…? and the WWE to Adult Swim's Rick and Morty to NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine… from The CW's DC's Legends of Tomorrow and STARZ's Heels to AMC's "The Walking Dead" universe and Paramount Plus' Star Trek: Lower Decks. Rick and Morty/WWE/DC's Legends of Tomorrow/What If…?/Heels/Brooklyn Nine-Nine/Star Trek: Lower Decks/The[...]
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The fourth episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks' second season "Mugato, Gumato" revisits another The Original Series species (perhaps once forgotten) in the Mugato The title alludes to a TOS second season episode "A Private Little War" and the ape-type species that are as vicious as they are poisonous The title of the Lower Decks[...]
Star Trek: Lower Decks S02E03 Review: Two Existentialism Crises
The latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks in "We'll Always Have Tom Paris" deals with two separate existential crises, one deals with Rutherford (Eugene Cordero) and his problem with a once-thought dead crew member and the other is more played for laughs with Boimler's (Jack Quaid) and a computer glitch that chooses not to[...]