Diana Muldaur's TOS Roles.
This week hosts Ken Tripp, Zach Moore, and Hayley Stoddart explore the first roles Diana Muldaur on TOS with Return to Tomorrow and Is In There Truth no Beauty. The Standard Orbit team takes a good look at her remarkable Trek career that span two generations.
Join Hayley, Zach, and Ken as they review all three roles Diana Muldaur played on Star Trek across two generations. Boldly listen as we explore this dynamic and, from a TNG POV, controversial actress and her impact on Star Trek.
Welcome to Standard Orbit (00:01:23)
Taking us Back to the 80s (00:02:32)
The Colors are Wrong (00:04:30)
Sargon Calling (00:08:37)
Android Talk (00:14:14)
Dr. McKenna? (00:17:40)
Is In There Truth no Beauty (00:20:14)
24th Century (00:37:40)
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