The premise of The Captains is simple enough: William Shatner flies around in a jet and interviews the stars of each iteration of Star Trek to talk about their experiences in the roles that will ultimately define each of their careers. Along the way, he has some small hijynx with fans at a Las Vegas Star Trek convention, and is generally just a goofy old guy balancing on the line between being completely full of, and fully aware of himself. You are likely not going to be surprised by my admission that I’m a bit of a trekkie. I’ve seen all the shows and all the movies, and in many cases, a good number of times. (Ok, if I’m honest I didn’t pay that great of attention to a large number of weaker Voyager episodes) If a new series came out tomorrow, I’d watch every episode. If a new movie came out, I’d be there opening weekend.