Trek News & Views 74: I Am Hoshi's Dad. I Am Smart. / by Trek fm

Vanishing Point.

As it turns out, Travis isn’t the only crew member who feels he’s invisible. In “Vanishing Point,” Hoshi had the same sensation. In this episode of Trek News and Views Colin is joined by Drew Stewart, Lorrie Sears, and Mariel Keeran to discuss this second-season Enterprise episode, with a dash of “Samaritan Snare,” a bit of “Fallen Hero,” and a possible appearance by Monty Python.



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