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Premiering in 1966, Star Trek is universally beloved and often regarded as the most famous science fiction television series and franchise of all time. And while some might point to the far-flung adventures, bold-but-beloved captains, or wacky holodeck romps when trying to explain the show’s universal entertainment value, I’ve always pointed towards one particular aspect of the show — the Klingons — or, to be more specific, the Klingon language.
The crew is joined by Mary Chieffo, L’Rell of Star Trek Discovery, to discuss her deep-dive into Trek canon, the changes in L’Rell’s character from Season 1 to 2, how her struggles in the Klingon Empire can reflect our own, and so much more. Download Now (right-click and save) Hosts: Grace
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