379 – New Spock, Who Dis? | Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

This week, we’re talking about the casting of Ethan Peck as a young Spock in Star Trek: Discovery, CBS expands its subscription options for All Access on Amazon Prime Video channels, and WORF is watching you…from the International Space Station.

In Star Trek Online and gaming news, we’re catching up on all the latest that the gaming world has to offer…and later Jayce is here with another Trek Lit 101.

Finally, we’ve got a real treat for you: an interview with Doug Murray, show manager for Creation Entertainment, about his experiences managing the DeForest Kelley theatre, and what it’s like running a fan convention behind the scenes.

And as always, before we wrap up the show, we’ll open hailing frequencies for your incoming messages!

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3 Comments ON " 379 – New Spock, Who Dis? | Priority One: A ... "
  • alt_example

    seannewboy August 27, 2018 at 7:58 am - Reply

    They have done sales on introduction before, but next time all ships are on sale, the 20% will be gone.

    There needs to be much more content for me before i get cbs all access in any form.

    Bought the new klingon raptor, havent used it yet, still working on crystal event.

    Excellent work everyone.

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    Tyler Maxwell August 27, 2018 at 11:51 pm - Reply

    Hey P1!

    I’ll be honest, I NEVER expected the Cryptic gang to ever add the N’Orleans to the game. I mean, come on, it’s literally a Galaxy model kitbash with some highlighters glued on for ‘cool’, which showed up as a fuzzy background blob for all of about 2 seconds in “Best of Both Worlds, Part 2”; only the most obsessive detail-oriented Trekkie would even know of its existence, right? RIGHT?! And yet IT’S HERE. And I gotta say, that’s kinda cool. 🙂

    As far as how desirable the ship is in-game…well, if you’re the kind of person that really wanted a mini Enterprise-D with markers stuck to it, you won’t be disappointed. :p The BOff setup seems pretty standard to me, nothing special to write home about. The console’s ‘converging beams-of-death’ power looks neat, though there are already more that a few ‘mega cannon’/’death blossom’-esque powers in-game already, so not exactly a must-have in that department. The Klingon counterpart ship…well, looks like a Klingon ship, so much so that nothing about it makes it stand out from a line of Klingon ships stacked next to each other. All in all, I think folks will get the New Orleans ship/pack ‘cuz they’re a fan of that specific ship, and not much else.

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    DConescu August 28, 2018 at 6:28 am - Reply

    Hey P1!

    I am still resisting a subscription to CBSAA. Star Trek alone is not enough reason for me to pay for a monthly subscription. I’m currently subscribed to Netflix because of the wide variety of things I can watch on there. Movies, shows, documentaries, stand-up comedy… it has me covered. Now, if CBS made a deal with Viacom, and they threw in the bulk of Paramount films to be on CBSAA streaming in HD, I might go for it. But as it is right now, I have no intention of subscribing to CBSAA.

    Side rant: If Netflix is streaming ST Discovery outside of the US, why are we the only ones who have to pay for it separately? It feels more like CBS is punishing their core fan-base than giving them value-added content. I don’t want Discovery to fail, but CBSAA is a joke at our expense.


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