Mon, 28 January 2019
The Sci-Fi Channel Special Edition On Zach's Top 3 Episodes.
This week on Standard Orbit, host Zach Moore continues to showcase The Sci-Fi Channel Special Edition by sharing its "extras" on his top three episodes of TOS: Where No Man Has Gone Before, The City on the Edge of Forever and Arena.
These extras feature interviews with guest stars Sally Kellerman and Paul Carr as well as legendary writer Harlan Ellison and other behind-the-scenes insight from actors William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and producer Herbert F. Solow. Boldly listen!
Welcome to Standard Orbit! (00:01:27)
Zach's #1 Episode (00:04:50)
Where No Man Has Gone Before: The Sci-Fi Channel Special Edition (00:06:47)
Zach's #2 Episode (00:16:21)
The City On The Edge Of Forever: The Sci-Fi Channel Special Edition (00:18:51)
Zach's #3 Episode (00:29:38)
Arena: The Sci-Fi Channel Special Edition (00:31:31)
Zach Moore (Editor and Producer) Ken Tripp (Producer) Hayley Stoddart (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Nicolas Anastassiou (Associate Producer) Tim Robertson (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Associate Producer) Corey Elrod (Associate Producer) Dan Rhodes (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)
Mon, 21 January 2019
Standard Orbit 253: A Piece of the Action
A TOS Classic
In this episode of Standard Orbit: Hayley Stoddart and Ken Tripp discuss this game changing episode, especially if you enjoy playing cards. A Piece of the Action allows our heroes to have some fun while fixing the damage from a book left behind from a starship 100 years earlier.
Hayley and Ken enjoy visiting a planet modeled after 1920s Chicago Gangsters. Let's talk Spocko, fizbin, tommy guns, and why this episode set the stage for a solid TOS movie. Enjoy this light and entertaining episode of Standard Orbit. Boldly Listen!
Mon, 14 January 2019
Standard Orbit 252: He's Weird, Whatever
Spock's Emotional Moments.
For someone who claimed to be emotionless and that emotions were "alien" to him, Spock certainly became "emotionally compromised" quite frequently over the years. This week on Standard Orbit hosts Ken Tripp, Zach Moore and Hayley Stoddart discuss Spock's emotional moments in The Original Series, the movies and the Kelvin Timeline.
What's up with the smiling and shouting Spock of the pilot era? Does it count as being emotionally compromised if external forces are at work? Is the Kelvin Timeline's Spock too emotional? All this and much more on this week's Standard Orbit, boldly listen!
Mon, 7 January 2019
Standard Orbit 251: Almost an Entirely New Enterprise?
The TMP Refit Enterprise
This week on Standard Orbit, hosts Hayley Stoddart, Zach Moore, and Ken Tripp discuss the refit USS Enterprise. Hayley received a bounty of collector editions of Star Trek the Magazine and the Standard Orbit team dove into the issue that focused on the refit USS Enterprise.