Just for the Hell of it, I feel like watching "The Enemy Within". It's been a while. A long while. Here's an interesting thought that occurred to me while I was thinking of putting it on: the two Kirks are opposite sides of the same coin. Are the two Georgious, even though they're whole people, really opposite sides of the same coin? Captain Georgiou is a model example of a Starship Captain who's supposed to represent the best of Starfleet and follows the rules. Emperor Georgiou, on the other hand, is a model example of someone who doesn't follow the rules so much as someone who makes them and, as someone who doesn't have an easy of a time fitting into the Prime Universe, is someone who's a better representative of the Mirror Universe than Lorca. To look at Kirk and Spock's perspectives on their Mirror Universe counterparts in "Mirror, Mirror"... Kirk: "What worries me is the easy way [Spock's] counterpart fit into that other universe. I always thought Spock was a bit of a pirate at heart." Spock: "Indeed, gentlemen. May I point out that I had an opportunity to observe your counterparts here quite closely. They were brutal, savage, unprincipled, uncivilized, treacherous–in every way splendid examples of homo sapiens, the very flower of humanity. I found them quite refreshing." Kirk [to McCoy]: "I’m not sure, but I think we’ve been insulted." So are two versions of Georgiou really basically the same people, except their experiences are what made them so different for each other? Would Emperor Georgiou have been like Captain Georgiou if she'd lived in her Universe?