TrekRanks Episode 123: Top 5 Spatial Anomalies

Originally released on November 17, 2021

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Spatial anomalies abound in the universe of Star Trek, and we warp straight into the heart of them this week with the Top 5 Spatial Anomalies. From temporal to atmospheric to organic – spatial anomalies take all forms and we cover them all on this deep cut episode of TrekRanks. Our expert panel of host Jim Moorhouse and guests Alex Perry and Abby Sommer leave no sector unscanned as they unveil their picks. Stick with us and we'll guide you through this anomaly.

Episode Rundown:

• Prime Directive: As the panel breaks down how they narrowed down their lists and make their picks, they also get into some specifics on all the different type of anomalies that could be considered: atmospheric, reality-twisting, temporal, organic … the list goes on.

• The Order of Things: Everyone reveals their picks with the usual "Five words and a hashtag" summary, along with the episode that best represented their choice.
o Secondary Systems: Our guests each rattle off a few additional selections for the picks that just missed our lists, and we have a lot of them.

• Regeneration Cycle: After a full recap of all the picks, we discuss some of the interesting statistical "anomalies" that arose from the discussion.

• Temporal Distortion: We flashback to Episode 120 and the Top 5 Dax Episodes with a great listener voicemail.

If you have your own picks you would like to relay to us, please hail us at 609-512-LLAP (5527) and record your own personal TrekRanks log to let us know your Top 5 Spatial Anomalies. (Or you can record it yourself and just DM us @TrekRanks on Twitter.) Your comments could be used in a Temporal Distortion on an upcoming episode (and might get you a chance to be a guest on a future episode, too).

And don't forget to check out for our entire back catalog of episodes and a detailed rundown on every episode of Star Trek ever.


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