Gimme That Star Trek Ep.40: The Table Read

In the early weeks of the quarantine, Siskoid took part in an online “table read” of a Star Trek: The Next Generation script. He recorded it, in case. Now he invites the instigator of that activity, Clo Armani, to talk about – and present the audio of – the experience. Also starring Michael Bauble Plourde, Maxime Haché, Zero Hour Strikes’ Bass, and oHOTmu or NOT’s Elyse, Isabel, Nath and Amélie!

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“Star Trek Theme” by Alexander Courage, with the Irredeemable Shagg on vocals. End theme: “Deep Space Nine Theme” by Dennis McCarthy.

Bonus clips from: “Reading Rainbow”, starring LeVar Burton; and Star Trek: The Next Generation incidental score by Ron Jones.

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12 responses to “Gimme That Star Trek Ep.40: The Table Read

  1. Well, that was a lot of fun! Thoroughly entertaining, and of course very relevant to the recent Picard series. Great job to everyone involved, and to Clo for the great idea, and to Siskoid for sharing!


  2. Simply amazing.

    I know the episode so it was fun to hear it being done by you all!

    “Data is a toaster!” Boooooooooo.

    Great performances!

  3. I really enjoyed the table read and associated outtake. Isabel shouldn’t feel bad, because she at least has an excuse. I’m a native English speaker and stumble over simpler words than that all the time. Now, please excuse me, I think I’m going to rewatch some TNG episodes. A big thank you to everyone involved.

  4. That was excellent! I agree Siskoid, the script is so strong, I get chills from a read through even without the visuals. You and the gang did a great job, and it sounded like a fun evening. Thanks for sharing it!

  5. Bravo, “Star Trek la prochaine génération”!

    A truly enjoyable rendition of the episode. I thought that the Data & Worf voices were especially good, and a different interpretation of these familiar lines was intriguing.
    I’d love to hear you tackle other episodes in future.

  6. I didn’t know what to expect when I started listening to this episode. Turns out it was a lot of fun.

    In summarily, I’m still wondering what “you can buy me dinner” is slang for in the Federation.

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