Star Trek Continues: Season 1, Episode 2

Lolani (8 Jan. 2014)

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A survivor from a distressed Tellarite vessel pulls Captain Kirk and his crew into a moral quandary over her sovereignty.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kim Stinger ...
Crewman Matthew Kenway
Ens. Tongaroa
Steven Dengler ...
Security guard
Scott Grainger ...
Security officer
Commodore Gray


A survivor from a distressed Tellarite vessel pulls Captain Kirk and his crew into a moral quandary over her sovereignty.

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Star Trek gets progressivism right, finally
13 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Despite some painfully awkward moments, the Star Trek Continues crew have pulled together an excellent modern look at womens' struggles. In doing so, it subverts many expectations - Star Trek lore expectations, TV trope deployment expectations, and more.

The worst offense this episode makes is the horrible, couldn't-care- less performance from Grant Imahara (Sulu) during the most dramatic scene. It's like he wasn't aware there was any dramatic tension or emotional weight to the scene. Or a camera rolling.

Bearing in mind that this is episode 2 of a fan production, and that TV sci-fi is typically an embarrassment to itself all the way into the fourth season, "Lolani" is near flawless, with emotionally effective cinematography, music, acting, and script.

People who think Star Trek shouldn't ever address politics or social issues, might never watch Star Trek Continues again after this episode. If you've been waiting for the next episode on par with TNG's "The Drumhead" -- this is it.

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