Bypassing Starfleet's orders, Lorca uses the USS Discovery crew's ultimate asset, the ship itself, in an effort to end the war with the Klingons once and for all.
Did You Know?
At one point, a call can be heard for "Cadet Decker". This may refer to Willard Decker, who became captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise in Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(1979) (played by Stephen Collins
). Willard Decker is also the son of Matt Decker, who was mentioned as one of Starfleet's most decorated captains in Star Trek: Discovery: Choose Your Pain
(2017). Considering that Discovery takes place a decade before The Original Series, and therefore 18 years before The Motion Picture, the time line would be appropriate. See more
Movie villains typically plant secret bombs which flash pretty lights and sound rhythmic beeps so that they won't be discovered. Not to be outdone, the Discovery's heroes plant secret tracking devices which flash pretty lights, sound rhythmic beeps, and dance little jigs so that they won't be discovered. See more
I need to know something. You put on a facade. Like everything that's happened to you just washes off. I actually envied that about you. But when you saw that Klingon... Who is she to you?
I think you already know.
You were her prisoner.
Yeah. Her name was L'Rell. She's the reason I've had nightmares, every night since the day Captain Lorca and I fled her ship. She's also the only reason I'm still alive. 227 days. But it only took one of them to realize I wasn't gonna make it out alive - not ...