Spoilers Star Trek: Lower Decks 2x01 - "Strange Energies"

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' started by Commander Richard, Aug 11, 2021.

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  1. DaveyNY

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    Brief research indicates the phrase refers to a sailor or a Marine who has been at sea too long. Also, a cocktail.
     
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    I laugh the most when Mariner kicks him in the family jewels each time he ticks out.
     
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  6. JamesBondJR

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    I realize this episode has been out for a while, but as they say, better late than never. Anyway, after scimming through this thread I was shocked to see that in 18 pages, Stevens is only mentioned one time(!). Personally I found him to be one of the real high lights. Loved every second he was on the screen. Hope to see more of him =]

    The general pace, story and humor were flawlessly executed, both in picture and voice acting. Only exception - although I'm aware this might be bordeline nitpicking - being a couple of the Tendi and Rutherford scenes, feeling somewhat lackluster in certain aspects, especially compared to the rest of the action.

    All in all a great opening for batch two, leaving me with cheerful optimism for what the rest of the season might have in store for us.