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RunPee Star Trek Hub

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Star Trek is one of those franchises which seems to have been around, almost, forever.  My mother ordered our first ever colour television set in time for her to watch Princess Anne getting married to Captain Mark Phillips back in 1973. When it arrived the first programme we saw was Star Trek: Season 1 , Episode 18 – Arena. My mother was so horrified that she nearly sent the TV back to get a black and white one again. I never did find out what upset her. It could have been the Horn or it could have been William Shatner.

Anyway, Wagon Train to the stars is still going on. It may be a new cast, a new ship, a new timeline, a new format…they’ve all been done. I haven’t seen them all but I’ve seen a fair few. I’ll be honest, at this point in the proceedings, I’m not sure exactly how many different films or TV series there are but I’ll be finding out now. So I can put together the RunPee Star Trek Mini Hub!

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The RunPee app tells you the best times to
run & pee during a movie
so you don't miss the best scenes.

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TV Programmes

1966 – 1969 Star Trek: The Original Series

1973 – 1974 Star Trek: The Animated Series

1987 – 1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation

1993 – 1999 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

1995 – 2001 Star Trek: Voyager

2001 – 2005 Star Trek: Enterprise

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Kyritame2, 09/06/2021

Single best investment

By and far best investment Ive made. I used to drive my husband nuts because Id be a fidgeting mess the last half hour of the movie trying not to miss important parts. Now I just turn this app on and *bam* I can actually focus on the movie the whole time. Even puts alerts to my watch so even better. Also I can guarentee all the 5 reviews arent fake as one person accused – its just that so many of us movie-goers had the same problem and this fixed it. Yes, it is paid but jeeze its expensive to keep watching movies and updating an app for every movie. And if you read more about the creator he mentions he has several people contributing – so yeah its paid but omg worth every cent. 10/10

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2017 – ???? Star Trek: Discovery

2018 – 2020 Star Trek: Short Treks

2020 – 2023 Star Trek: Picard

2020 – ???? Star Trek: Lower Decks

2021 – ???? Star Trek: Prodigy

2022 – ???? Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

???? – ???? Star Trek: Star Fleet Academy


1979 – Star Trek: The Motion Picture

1982 – Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan

1984 – Star Trek III: The Search For Spock

1986 – Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

1989 – Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

1991 – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

1994 – Star Trek Generations

1996 – Star Trek: First Contact

1998 – Star Trek: Insurrection

2002 – Star Trek: Nemesis

2009 – Star Trek

2013 – Star Trek Into Darkness

2016 – Star Trek Beyond

???? – Star Trek 4


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Patrick Stewart   – Captain Jean-Luc Picard in The Next Generation

Benedict Cumberbatch  – The reimagined Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness

David Warner – St John Talbot in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Chancellor Gorkon in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, and Gul Madred in The Next Generation

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