To The Journey 107: My Prey's B.O.

The Killing Game, Part I Commentary.

After the cast and crew poured their hearts into the epic "Year of Hell" in Voyager's fourth season, it wouldn't have surprised anyone had Voyager steered clear of two-parters for the remainder of the season. However, the exhausted cast and crew went for it and gave us "The Killing Game," and pulled it off with gusto. Join Tristan and Char as they discuss World War II authenticity, Neelix on a bike, exploding holodecks, and much more in their commentary of "The Killing Game, Part I" in this episode of To The Journey.

 

Hosts

Tristan Riddell and Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Editor

Tristan Riddell

 

Producer

Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Associate Producer

Lisa Stevens

 

Production Manager

Richard Marquez

 

Content Coordinator

Will Nguyen

 

Chapters

Press Play (00:03:05)

Spock is an Alien (00:11:03)

Research (00:21:45)

Not that Bad (00:30:26)

Shower (00:40:13)

Previously (00:48:49)

 

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Direct download: ttj-107.mp3
Category:Commentaries -- posted at: 4:35pm MST

To The Journey 106: Pyrokinesis

"Cold Fire" rewrite.

The time has come again when Char and Tristan pick an episode of Voyager and give it a little TLC. This time, it's Season Two's "Cold Fire," where Voyager encounters the Caretaker's mate, Susperia, and a group of Ocampans who have embraced and honed their telekinetic abilities. Let us not forget the bonus of Kes accidentally boiling Tuvok. Listen on and find out what Char and Tristan would have kept in, removed, and how they would have transformed "Cold Fire" into a less contrived story and a more compelling hour of television.

 

Hosts

Tristan Riddell and Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Editor

Tristan Riddell

 

Producer

Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Associate Producer

Lisa Stevens

 

Production Manager

Richard Marquez

 

Content Coordinator

Will Nguyen

 

Chapters

All the Way (00:02:30)

Beginning (00:07:45)

To the Window (00:14:21)

Herbology (00:22:17)

Previously on Trek.fm (00:28:58)

Next Week (00:32:00)

 

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Direct download: ttj-106.mp3
Category:Rewrites -- posted at: 7:49pm MST

To The Journey 105: Don't Forget the Orchid

"Tuvix" and "Similitude" Comparison.

There are times when an idea is so good that you can't use it just once...right? Intentionally or not, the Trek writers have used similar plots for episodes of different series. Case in point: Enterprise's "Similitude" and Voyager's "Tuvix." Both spawn controversy about one's right to live, even if it means sacrificing another. The captains — Janeway and Archer — face grueling decisions surrounding that debate. Each circumstance ends with the death of someone. In this episode of To The Journey, Char and Tristan compare the similarities and differences between "Tuvix" and "Similitude" and determine if one episode executes the story better than the other.

 

Hosts

Tristan Riddell and Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Editor

Tristan Riddell

 

Producer

Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Associate Producer

Lisa Stevens

 

Production Manager

Richard Marquez

 

Content Coordinator

Will Nguyen

 

Chapters

Here We Go (00:02:37)

Back in Black (00:14:55)

Hoo-aww (00:22:13)

Coconuts (00:27:34)

Benson (00:35:33)

Previously on Trek.fm (00:44:20)

Next Week (00:47:45)

 

 

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Direct download: ttj-105.mp3
Category:Comparison -- posted at: 6:46pm MST

To The Journey 104: Power Couple

The Voyager Reunion.

It's deplorable that we did not see what happened to the Voyager crew after they returned home. Yes, we got a glimpse of a reunion in "Endgame," but Admiral Janeway eradicated that future. So, what would the intrepid crew be up to in the canon universe we know and love? In this episode of To The Journey, Char and Tristan share their speculations on what each member of the crew could potentially be doing and where they might be living their lives 10 years after Voyager's triumphant return home.

 

Hosts

Tristan Riddell and Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Editor

Tristan Riddell

 

Producer

Charlynn Schmiedt

 

Associate Producer

Lisa Stevens

 

Production Manager

Richard Marquez

 

Content Coordinator

Will Nguyen

 

Chapters

Jackson (00:01:30)

Hall (00:05:45)

Down South (00:10:43)

Surprise (00:15:15)

Here We Go Again (00:20:50)

Still There (00:26:33)

Benson (00:32:00)

Tuvokian (00:37:27)

Until Next Year (00:45:32)

 

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Direct download: ttj-104.mp3
Category:General Discussion -- posted at: 4:00pm MST

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