1.) it moves extremely fast and everyone is yelling all the time. but that's my problem. this appears to be common in contemporary adult animation. i haven't had television (as in, had a TV in the house with cable) in two decades so i've been unable to warm to how fast and loud it's gotten. for me it's like being thrown into scalding water. but, again, that's not the fault of the show. my friends tell me it's like rick and morty and archer, but i don't know i haven't seen those. 2.) too short. the episodes seem to be over before i've even settled in. what was simpsons in the 90s, 22 minutes? at the pace these go they feel like 15. i wish the show was prestige length (40–50 min). 3.) the characters are cute and for the most part smartly written. 4.) i didn't really laugh at anything. i think i smiled a few times. the comedy i go for is quiet, cerebral, and dry. understated jokes. obscure references. sort of joel in the early years of MST3K. this show is more like the last years on the sci-fi channel with mike. more "obviously written" comedy. 5.) i think the cat doctor is the funniest of the lot. 6.) this show has a really good heart. like the orville, it manages to mock trek tropes and also be a loving tribute. and the fan service works because of the format. it would be tacky in a live action show to have so many references and in-jokes. here, it works. 7.) lastly, i really appreciate that even though all of the people and aliens are drawn disney channel / nickelodeon "silly looking" (i don't know what else to call this style), all of the settings, technology etc (the world building) are drawn photorealistic and consistent with what we saw on TNG. i think if the set pieces were in the more wacky kids morning style too, it would make the show very difficult to watch. the computer animated effects (the show's "CGI") like the ships and lighting and space stuff are especially beautifully done. conclusion: it's not really my cup of tea in the comedy department, but i really admire what they have done. everyone involved clearly cares a great deal for trek. i could see it going on for many seasons, and having cameos from every live action show. with animation, the sky is the limit.