Keone Young guest starred on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Benjamin Sisko’s favorite baseball player Buck Bokai, in the season one episode “If Wishes Were Horses.” He also appeared in Star Trek: Enterprise as Mr. Sato, the father of Hoshi Sato, in the second season episode “Vanishing Point.”
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15: Away Mission with Nicole Chung
1:10:15It's another edition of the Away Mission, in which invite fellow Asian American fans of Star Trek to do a deep dive into an episode of their choosing. We welcome writer Nicole Chung to discuss "Family" from season four of Star Trek: The Next Generation. So pass a bottle of the '47. It's time to get muddy in the vineyard.
14: Krista Jang
52:06Krista Jang played the part of "Rob" in the Star Trek: Short Treks episode "The Trouble with Edward." The role is perhaps most notable because she gets buried alive by Tribbles. She talks about the "movie magic" that went into creating that hilarious and horrifying moment.
13: Lily Mariye
59:26Lily Mariye played the role of "Ops Officer" in "Emissary," the premiere episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. As an actress, she is perhaps best known for playing Nurse Lily Jarvik on fifteen seasons of ER. As a director, she's racked up credits on shows like Criminal Minds, NCIS, How to Get a Away with Murder, The Terror: Infamy and The Walking Dead.
12: Eugene Cordero
59:49Eugene Cordero is the voice of Ensign Sam Rutherford on the animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks. With a lengthy list of credits, he holds the rare distinction of playing characters in the Star Trek, Star Wars and Marvel universes. But he is probably best known for playing "Pillboi" on The Good Place. He knows this because that's what everybody yells at him on the street.
11: Rosalind Chao
52:37Rosalind Chao is best known for her recurring role as Keiko O'Brien on multiple seasons of both Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. A veteran actress with a career spanning five decades, her long list of credits include MASH, The Joy Luck Club and Mulan. But she was actually once in serious contention for another Star Trek role...
10: Away Mission with Andrew Phung
1:24:07It's another edition of the Away Mission, in which invite fellow Asian American fans of Star Trek to do a deep dive into an episode of their choosing. We welcome actor/comedian Andrew Phung (Kim's Convenience) to discuss "Relics" from season six of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Here's to you, lads.
09: Away Mission with Sarah Kuhn
1:18:43Introducing the Away Mission, in which we break from the usual format and invite fellow Asian American fans of Star Trek to do a deep dive into an episode of their choosing. We welcome writer Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Complex, Shadow of the Batgirl, Doctor Aphra) to discuss "The Collaborator" from season two of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Lots of scary Orb visions and sexy time.
08: Bo Yeon Kim & Erika Lippoldt
1:02:20Writing partners Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt served as writers/producers on the first three seasons of Star Trek: Discovery, and are currently co-executive producers of the upcoming spinoff Section 31. They discuss having to juggle the many mandates and creative challenges in launching a show like Discovery. They discuss geeking out over Michelle Yeoh. They absolutely do not discuss Section 31.
07: Keone Young
52:41Keone Young guest starred on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Benjamin Sisko’s favorite baseball player Buck Bokai, in the season one episode “If Wishes Were Horses.” He also appeared in Star Trek: Enterprise as Mr. Sato, the father of Hoshi Sato, in the second season episode “Vanishing Point.”
06: Diana Lee Inosanto
49:39Diana Lee Inosanto worked behind the scenes as a stunt double, primarily for Linda Park, on several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. The daughter of legendary martial artist Dan Inosanto and the goddaughter of Bruce Lee, she has dozens of credits as a stunt performer, fight coordinator and choreographer. She talks about kicking Vulcan ass, embracing martial arts as her heritage, and learning "Uncle Bruce" was famous.