Yeah, no. I'm sick of the notion that Star Trek must be noble and virtuous and anything otherwise is an unwelcome aberration. I want to embrace what Star Trek can be rather than dictating what it should be. And really, the only thing it "should be" is entertaining. And I find Emperor Georgiou an entertaining character, so I am curious what a show about her can contribute to Star Trek mythos and lore. And if that means she's going on a black ops mission in which she leaves her partner behind to be eaten by the space-wolves, of which she has already needlessly murdered a few and then she goes back to Section 31 HQ just to flip a middle finger at Gene's Vision while eating a Kelpien, then hey, as long as it's entertaining I'm a happy viewer. Now, maybe some of you don't find Emperor Georgiou an entertaining character, and that's fine, and I can understand not being enthused about a spin-off centering on a character you don't care for. But I'm not going to write the show off just because it doesn't espouse values everyone considers to be Star Trek's Core.