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Hi. I'm Jen White. Today On one A. Our first ever TV club takes a trip to the lower decks when it premiered in 1966 Star Trek was a three season flop. Now it's boned 13 films, nine TV series comics and more. Now it's gone, where few trekking orations have gone before into the world of animated comedy, and for some Trekkies, it's a step in the wrong direction. We talked about the 50 year legacy of Star Trek and the future of the enterprise. But first Republicans promised an RNC full of optimism have they delivered? We want to hear from you comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one, eh? Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm. The second night of the Republican Convention kicked off with an eclectic lineup of speakers, including members of the Trump family. NPR's Barbara's front reports. The first night of convention programming largely centered on speakers painting a dark picture of what the country would look like if former vice President Joe Biden wins in November. But Tuesday night attempted to shift that focused to a more optimistic realm, with speakers like Trump's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, praising the president on his policy decisions and remarks from two of Trump's Children. Eric and Tiffany. There were also elements designed to humanize the president and add to the drama of the evening, including President Trump Holding a naturalization ceremony for five new citizens and granting a pardon to a man who started a program to help former inmates after he was released from prison. Corbisprint NPR news Protestors demonstrated in Kenosha, Wisconsin, again Tuesday night over the shooting of a black man by police Sunday night. Ben Crump, an attorney for the family. Says the police had no reason to shoot Jacob Blake think for a second.