Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Commander Richard, Oct 15, 2017.
Yet to be convinced.. but still prepared to be.
Garth was #6 on the wider list. Or...something.
Best episode of the series so far. Virtually perfect. The other two (post-prologue) were, for me 7.8's and 7.7's that I rounded up to 8's
This was a 10. A 10!! A FUCKING 10!
Its only been a week since the last episode.
Lorca said it has been 7 weeks since the Battle, last episode was 6 weeks after.
You mean nebula, gamoras sister?
Another great episode! With that cliffhanger at the end I'm going with Mirror Universe.
Trek's first f-word.
So Dr Culber is not the CMO. Is CMO going to be the Shenzhou doctor that we briefly saw (Dr Nambue)?
The actor playing Mudd did a good job.
The Voq theory thread is going to get a lot of comments. The theory wasn't proved but some fuel was added.
Captain Saru was really good.
Robert April is now live-action, onscreen canon. Nice. About time!
I found this one to be solid. I enjoyed Mudd, I enjoyed the Klingon uniforms as well. Story wise, we see the moral issue at play and Star Fleet officers doing what they often do, taking the risk themselves. We also see the ground work being laid for whatever bad, bad thing that drive is gonna lead to.
I did like the revel of the relationship as well. It was a good one and amused me as me as many couples have had conversations while brushing teeth.
Can someone explain what was actually shown in the mirror scene? I just noticed Stammets smiling and creepy music.
lol, that's who she reminds me of too.
I think the the CMO should be a young Lenny. I mean, what better to facilitate an abnormal fear of transporters than instantly jumping around the universe on mushroom power.
Agreed on that point. Someone's probably beating both of us to that punch right now.
I must admit...it is entirely possible that Tyler is Voq.
Yeah it isn't up on space.ca yet, and won't be up on Crave until tomorrow afternoon.
The exterior of the "D7" looks like shite but other than that this was the most traditionally Klingon the Klingons have been since ENT. I'm still not enjoying the new Klingon makeup but I enjoyed their behavior for once.
The way he pushed her out of the way of the blast? Yeah.
I think you're wrong. I swore the admirals said Lorca had a "busy three weeks" and mentioned at least two other engagements.
Stamets reflection didn't turn and walk away when he did, but "lagged" for a period of time.
Looked like he walked away, but his reflection didn't.
For me, this was an intense hour.
On a lighter note, the Star Trek: Star Charts and the Stellar Cartography have become more canonized. The star chart shown in the episode is close to the one seen in those reference works. There are a few slight adjustments to location, the biggest one being K-7 being moved more closer to the Mempa Sector.
Lorca said it had been 7 months since the Battle of the Binaries. So, it goes something like this:
0 - Battle of the Binaries, Episodes 1 and 2
6 months aft BotB - Episodes 3 and 4
7 months aft BotB - Episode 5
Separate names with a comma.