So, I'm rewatching some of Season 1 of DIS right now. It strikes me that in many of the episodes, things almost make more sense if you view the show from the POV of T'Pol. Basically she's always the one who suggests a cautious, sensible course of action, and then Archer says "hellz no, we're humans, we do it the human way" and then the crew gets into trouble. For example: In Flight or Fight, T'Pol tells Archer to leave the ship full of corpses alone. He ignores her, and almost gets them all killed, with Hoshi's language ability the only thing saving their bacon. In Strange New World, the away mission almost dies because Archer wouldn't listen to T'Pol and do a full scan of the apparently habitable planet for a week before landing. I find the bad episodes are much more watchable if you identify with T'Pol. Basically T'Pol is doing everything she can to ensure the mission goes smoothly, but Archer keeps fucking things up, and she has to make the best of it. Thoughts?