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More ‘Star Trek: SNW’ (eps 4 & 5) + ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ (ep 3) and News

So much for a robot companion who keeps things on time. This episode is a wee bit late – blame Emmy season. That’s no reason not to listen, because it’s quite the fun episode.

The squad continues their space education with another session of The ‘Verse’s Star Trek 101 academy, covering episodes 4 and 5 of Paramount+’s Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. We’re in for a treat with our first entirely crew-focused episode followed by a deep dive into Spock’s psyche and personal life. Lots on the agenda for new and returning fans!

We continue our coverage of Disney+’s six part Obi-Wan Kenobi series with episode three. Things are really heating up for old Ben Kenobi and we’re here to discuss our reactions, Easter eggs, and theories.

Follow us on Twitter @TheVerseCast where we post news, announcements about the pod, and collect listener questions.

If you stick around after the credits…oi! Open tha’ ayre door an’ let me out o’ this blasted room!

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Written by Steven Prusakowski

Steven Prusakowski has been a cinephile as far back as he can remember, literally. At the age of ten, while other kids his age were sleeping, he was up into the late hours of the night watching the Oscars. Since then, his passion for film, television, and awards has only grown. For over a decade he has reviewed and written about entertainment through publications including Screen Radar and Awards Circuit. He has conducted celebrity and red carpet interviews with some of the industry’s biggest names. He is a graduate of RIT film program. You can find him on Twitter and Letterboxd as @FilmSnork – we don’t know why the name, but he seems to be sticking to it.

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