Black Mirror (2011– )
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USS Callister 

A woman wakes up on a Star Trek-esque ship where the crew praise their all knowing and fearless captain.

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A woman wakes up on a Star Trek-esque ship where the crew praise their all knowing and fearless captain.

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29 December 2017 (USA)  »

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Kirsten Dunst can be seen very quickly in an uncredited cameo as a Callister employee. She happened to be visiting her partner Jesse Plemons and her cameo was unplanned. See more »

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At one point, Walton asks if the others had ever seen a human body compress in the vacuum of space. That needs to be 'decompress', if anything, since it's a vacuum, so no pressure there. See more »

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Robert Daly: I'm coming to get you!
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References Star Trek (2009) See more »

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Silent Night
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Funny and a little scary
6 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

Black Mirror usually isn't funny, but this one is very funny; a spoof of nerdish "Trekkies." The character called "Nannette" is great, and the actress playing her does a great job. As always with Black mirror, the show has fantastic plot tension. Some of the Black Mirror episodes are off-putting but this one was pretty enjoyable all the way through. I don't know why someone criticized it for being political. This episode doesn't really have any political or social commentary at all; it's just a spoof of Trekkies, with a spice of futuristic technology. The humor was a bit cheesy at times, but so what.


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