Category: Episodes

Episode 12: Ready, Set, Ro!

Special guest Amy Imhoff of Shoes and Starships joins us to discuss the TNG character Ensign Ro Laren. We look at her key episodes and role in laying the groundwork for key elements of DS9 and Voyager. Download Now (right…

Episode 11: His Name is Mudd

Mudd with androids in I, Mudd

Harcourt Fenton Mudd is an “intergalactic pimp” whom we first meet trafficking mail order brides and later see creating an android of his ex-wife just so he can keep her locked up. Yet Mudd, often described as a “loveable rogue,” is considered a…

Episode 10: Coffee. Black.

    Special guest Kayla LaFrance, space scientist and winner of TBS’ King of the Nerds, joins Sue, Grace and Jarrah as we share our unabashed love for Captain Kathryn Janeway. In this episode we talk about Janeway’s importance as a role…

Episode 9: Book Club – Uhura’s Song

Andi, Sue and Jarrah discuss the 1985 Star Trek novel Uhura’s Song by Janet Kagan, in which Uhura uses music to unite two estranged planets of cat people. Kagan’s novel is often criticized for “Mary Sue” characters. In addition to…

Episode 7: The Ferengi Feminist Revolution

On the barrier-breaking individuals and social forces that led Ferengi women from being nothing more than men’s property to being fully-clothed, independent businesswomen! Download Now (right-click and save) Hosts: Sue, Jarrah and Grace Editor: Jarrah Transcription: Emma Rountree Download Transcript: PDF or…

Episode 6: Oh Captain, My Captain (Kirk)

Women at Warp welcomes our very first guest, Kayla Iacovino of TrekMovie.com, to discuss the original intergalactic ladies’ man, Captain Kirk, and his one-shot love interests. Edith Keeler, Rayna, Miramanee, Marlena Moreau, Janice Lester and JJ-verse Carol Marcus all get the…

Episode 5: Badass Romulan Women

Andi, Sue, Grace and Jarrah discuss Romulan women, from the Romulan Commander in the Original Series episode “The Enterprise Incident” through Toreth and Sela in TNG and Senator Cretak in DS9 to Donatra and Tal’Aura in Star Trek: Nemesis. What was it about…