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Saddle Up! : 20: Fundamental Harmonics

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“Subspace Rhapsody”

The discovery of a naturally occurring subspace field leads Spock to speculate that the speed of communications could be tripled. And he was sort of right, at least on a personal level, when his quantum probability field experiment goes wrong and the crew breaks out into song. Again and again. As the improbability field expands, people on other ships also begin singing. And if the Enterprise crew cannot pull off a grand finale, the phenomenon could spread across the entire subspace communications network.

In this episode of Saddle Up! hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing continue our journey through Strange New Worlds Season 2 with “Subspace Rhapsody.” We discuss the concept, how they pulled it off, using the musical format to boost communications, advance storylines and clear the deck for the finale, and more.

Chapters
Intro (0:00:00)
Breaking Down Walls … and into Song (00:02:56)
Say What You Need to Say (00:11:23)
La'an and Kirk (00:17:02)
Spock and Chapel (00:21:23)
Pike and Batel (00:33:46)
To Live Alone or Together (00:38:10)
The Songs (00:40:28)
The Source of Our Great Dishonor (00:46:07)
Final Thoughts and Ratings (00:47:31)
Closing (00:52:24)

Hosts
C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer)

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“Subspace Rhapsody”

The discovery of a naturally occurring subspace field leads Spock to speculate that the speed of communications could be tripled. And he was sort of right, at least on a personal level, when his quantum probability field experiment goes wrong and the crew breaks out into song. Again and again. As the improbability field expands, people on other ships also begin singing. And if the Enterprise crew cannot pull off a grand finale, the phenomenon could spread across the entire subspace communications network.

In this episode of Saddle Up! hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing continue our journey through Strange New Worlds Season 2 with “Subspace Rhapsody.” We discuss the concept, how they pulled it off, using the musical format to boost communications, advance storylines and clear the deck for the finale, and more.

Chapters
Intro (0:00:00)
Breaking Down Walls … and into Song (00:02:56)
Say What You Need to Say (00:11:23)
La'an and Kirk (00:17:02)
Spock and Chapel (00:21:23)
Pike and Batel (00:33:46)
To Live Alone or Together (00:38:10)
The Songs (00:40:28)
The Source of Our Great Dishonor (00:46:07)
Final Thoughts and Ratings (00:47:31)
Closing (00:52:24)

Hosts
C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer)

  continue reading

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