Reading through the thread for the finale and I'm seeing this point being raised. That thread can be quite hard to follow and there doesn't seem to be a dedicated thread for discussing this yet, so here's one. After Georgiou disabled Control, why did the jump to 950 years in the future still need to take place? Was it intended to ensure the Sphere data was rendered inaccessible? If so, jumping blindly into a wormhole that leads to a time period potentially populated by people we know nothing about seems like it could be putting the data in even more danger than remaining home would have done. Was there no time to find a way to destroy Discovery, thus ensuring the data was truly safe from falling into the wrong hands? Additionally, is there any reason why the jump, if still necessary, had to happen immediately? With the battle over and Control's drones disabled, did nobody think to contact Burnham and inform her the jump was no longer imperative? No time to get the many wounded people off the ship, no time for Spock to rejoin the Discovery? I can accept the sphere data as a good enough reason to still make the jump, but the episode (from what I recall of it, anyway - I haven't given it a rewatch yet) doesn't really seem to make it clear what's actually going on or what the characters' motivations are after Georgiou reports the removal of Control.