Part two of a two parter about a two parter! Our conversation could not be contained to just one episode. So this one picks up where our previous conversation about Such Sweet Sorrow Part 2 ended. Finales are serious business,
If the last episode was largely a setup for the finale, than Such Sweet Sorrow is.. well. This is another setup for the finale. That’s not to say it doesn’t have some great moments! Burnham has a few poignant goodbyes.
There’s a weird balance in this week’s Star Trek Discovery episode “Through the Valley of Shadows.” A lot of stuff happens! But not a lot of it feels very consequential. Pike gazes into the looking glass and finds a future
“If Memory Serves” is definitely channeling that TOS vibe when the Talosians throw Burnham a solid and use their powers to get Spock’s brain right. But will fixing his brain be enough to fix their relationship? Behind the Camera
In “The Sound of Thunder,” another one of these mysterious signals appears. But this time? It’s over Saru’s home planet Kaminar, which we were first introduced to in “The Brightest Star.” Discovery immediately gets caught between the plight of the
The mysterious Section 31 swings by the Discovery in “Saints of Imperfection” and causes some chaos, but also saves the day so it’s really kind of a wash.
As the name “An Obol for Charon” might suggest, there’s a lot of death talk in this episode of Star Trek Discovery.
Star Trek Discovery “Point of Light” sees Tilly’s imaginary friend really taking it up a notch. But Michael Burnham is here to pick up the friendship slack.
Our man Jonathan Frakes returns to the Star Trek universe with Star Trek Discovery’s “New Eden” with mostly positive results.
Season two of Star Trek Discovery has finally arrived on CBS All Access with “Brother,” a clear reference to one of our favorite pointy-eared aliens.