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After returning from Earth (via the communication stones), Col. Young is somewhat depressed as his wife asked him for a divorce. He's drinking heavily and begins to have a recurring dream where the Destiny is attacked by the aliens they had earlier encountered. They are demanding Chloe's return and in the first few dreams, his refusal to do so leads to the Destiny's destruction. In a later dream, he eventually relents and hands Chloe over to them, leading to a major confrontation with Lt. Scott. He is convinced that his dreams are a premonition but Dr. Rush has a different interpretation. As well, Rush still hasn't told anyone that he now has complete control of the ship. Meanwhile, Eli may have found his soul mate when one of the Lucian Alliance members shows an interest in his work. Written by garykmcd

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5 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unlike some of the previous episodes, Trial and Error gets back into good science fiction. Young is having dreams in which Destiny is destroyed, regardless of what he does. Young responds by going into depression and alcohol abuse. Eli and Rush figure out that it's Destiny testing Young's ability to lead by putting him in a no-win scenario. It's a test he's on the verge of failing before LT Scott gives him a talking-to.

Young emerges from the crevasse he's created for himself and resumes his duties as commander, even though he knows his decisions weigh mightily on his shoulders. The very act of doing so returns Destiny on its journey.

There are a couple of space battles in this episode (neither of which turn out well for the crew or the ship), which is what we expect from a sci-fi action thriller.


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