It kinda irked me that the only series not represented on the holodeck or in the episode was a nod to Enterprise
great episode . Really enjoyed it. I wish dal would be more open and not be so anal about not seeking out the Federation. They would gladly accept...
TUCKER: Part of the fun of a mystery is trying to solve it before it ends, using logic. You of all people should appreciate that.
[Mess hall - movie night]
PHLOX: Something tells me we haven't seen the last of the detective in the bow tie.
T'POL: Was Commander Tucker successful?
ARCHER: It was destroyed. I'm sorry, but I didn't have a choice.
They just named dropped enterprise. Which means there is a enterprise in the 32nd century.
ARCHER: Help me get her out of here.
(He helps Hawkins up to the ceiling hatch.)
Love the references to the Metrons (Arena), Nacene (Caretaker) and the Iconians (Contagion) as possible suspects for the DMA. I'm surprised they...
Don't be so melodramatic, they didn't show Jett until this episode but it didn't cause me to be all "they kicked her off Discovery".
REED: They've shut the comm. system down.
Don't Forget they are Guest stars not Main cast members even though they hold the spots but I'm sure they'll be back.
T'POL: The warp reactor is unstable as it is. Disrupting main power could shut down the anti-matter containment. You'd cause a reactor breach.
(Pod Two is a battered mess.)
TUCKER: Looks like the impulse assembly took a beating. Open up the engine housings and run a diagnostic.
HOSHI: Sir, we've just picked up a spatial anomaly at your coordinates
HAWKINS: Go ahead, sir.
It looks like an eye ball.
that would make him over a hundred years old.
Yeah the opening felt like a combination of Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Trek Beyond's opening.
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