Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Discofan, Dec 26, 2020.
I don't know about that. It's definitely not consistent with what Spock said.
The creature from Encounter At Farpoint and the Tardigrade from DISCO Season One.
Oh, yeah, that makes sense. Thank you.
That's the episode where Deanna talked like Jimmy two times from Goodfellas.
She said everything twice.
That’s what I figured it always was. Looking for whales, then putting the whoop ass on whoever is responsible for their existence.
They have yet to say that Su'kal's power require he be on the Dilithium planet to work.
Further that wouldn't really solve the issue of him being a potential weapon, that some groups could/would drag back to the Dilithium planet to use against everyone else.
Remember, at the "uncountable trillions" scale, anything less then 100% certainty is too much of a risk.
They disabled two Klingon ships. What made them think that they had anything to do with it? Or any of the random ships or stations they crossed paths with?
Let’s just say they don’t have a concept of surgical strike.
You don't like Star Trek do you?
Spoiler: The show Picard
In a way the show Picard ends up with a non-resolution, any android could still build the beacon of destruction and activate it.
So I wouldn't be surprised if it ended in a similar way.
I vote for put him down. But this is 2020, we’re all inclusive, which also includes genocidal murderers. They’ll probably shake their finger at him and ask him to promise to never do it again.
Putting him down would definitely not be the Starfleet way. The Founders killed billions of people, they forgave them in a day.
The difference with Picard is they never really established that the alien AI's could do what the Androids thought.
They didn't forgive the Founders, they compromised and accepted what amounted to a conditional surrender in exchange for the Founders not ordering the Dominion to fight to the end.
You don't like Star Trek, do you?
Su'Kal is neither genocidal nor a murderer.
The Burn was an accident. That's all it was. A plain, simple accident. Su'Kal didn't intend for it to happen, it was a purely instinctual, defensive reaction. He had no idea of the destruction his "cry for help" would cause.
If anyone tries to take action against Su'Kal for this...they're the murderers, not him.
Nahn rejoins Discovery as XO under new Captain Burnham who is promoted after Book dies saving everyone. Saru decides to become a father figure to Su’kal and realises he’s not fit for commanding a starship in this new environment.
^ I see that Rachael Ancheril is indeed in the credits for the final two episodes...
IMDB credits or something else?
Where'd they get the info?
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