Compiled by Carl Slaughter:
- The Philosophy of Star Trek – A thorough and insightful analysis and background
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- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on Everything You Didn’t Know
SyFy Wire compares Deep Space 9’s Sisko to Moses, the Bajorans to Hebrews, The Prophets to the burning bush, the Pah-Wraiths to Egypt’s gods, Dukat to Pharaoh. Like Moses, Sisko is initially a reluctant hero but eventually embraces his destiny. And, like Moses, Sisko dies without seeing the Promised Land.
Another comparison: If TOS is Wagon Train in space, DS9 is The Rifleman in space. The Rifleman is about a widowed man and his son who settle in a delapidated town on the frontier; the widowed Sisko accepts a post on a remote space station and brings his son with him.
- 15 actors who regretted being on Star Trek
- Trek not taken
- Is Picard your TV dad?
- Gay and Lesbian in Star Trek
- The case for Gul Dukat
- Is Gul Dukat actually a hero?
- Is Worf a great warrior?
- Is Janeway actually a great captain?
- Is Tom Paris actually Starfleet’s #1 badass
- How DS9 actually got religious tolerance right?
- Inner Light episode background
- DS9 review
- Everything you didn’t know about Voyage Home
- Things you might not know about Voyage Home
- Things you may not know about Search for Spock
- Everything you didn’t know about Voyager
- Christopher Lloyd talks about Star Trek 3
- Walter Koenig talks about BB5’s Bester character
- Walter Koenig on making fan films
- Nichelle Nichols
At Silicon Valley Comic-Con 2018, Lieutenant Uhura tells us about her love for the show, why she can’t get enough of comic conventions and that famous kiss with William Shatner.
- How Robert Picardo talked his way into First Contact
- Scott Bakula on the ending of Enterprise
- Jonathan Frakes’ favorite non-TNG Trek
- Brent Spiner versus Stan Lee
- How Patricia Tillman juggled DS9 and BB5
- Next Generation cast ham it up
- Star Trek cast frenemies
- 15 things about Vulcans that makes no sense
- STNG unsolved mysteries and plot holes
- Star Trek concept art
- Orville crew watches Discovery