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Into the Forest I Go 

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.

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Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by), Bryan Fuller (created by) | 7 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sonequa Martin-Green ... Michael Burnham
Doug Jones ... Saru
Shazad Latif ... Ash Tyler
Anthony Rapp ... Paul Stamets
Mary Wiseman ... Sylvia Tilly
Jason Isaacs ... Captain Gabriel Lorca
Jayne Brook ... Admiral Cornwell
Mary Chieffo ... L'Rell
Wilson Cruz ... Dr. Hugh Culber
Kenneth Mitchell ... Kol
Michael Ayres Michael Ayres ... Transporter Technician
Conrad Coates ... Admiral Terral
Emily Coutts ... Keyla Detmer
Julianne Grossman ... Discovery Computer (voice)
Patrick Kwok-Choon ... Rhys
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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.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Klingon

Release Date:

12 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital (5.1)

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Color

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2.00 : 1
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Trivia

Lt. Stamets mentions going to see La Bohème with Dr. Culber. Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz were in the musical RENT together on Broadway. RENT was based on La Bohème. See more »

Quotes

[Stamets has offered to do one more jump to get Discovery to safety]
Captain Gabriel Lorca: We're gonna win this war on account of you, Mr. Stamets. After this, it's a whole new chapter for Discovery. You've opened a door to a... whole new era of exploration. The data provided by the micro-jumps will push us closer than we've ever been to understanding the mysteries of the universe.
Paul Stamets: No, Captain, I mean *only* one more jump. After we get back, I'm done. Traveling the mycelial network is like commingling with the most ...
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Featured in After Trek: Into the Forest I Go (2017) See more »

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Getting far, far better than the beginning.
19 November 2017 | by cemk-2See all my reviews

I had written a review of the show at the end of episode 4 and I wasn't positive at all. I am still bothered by the appearance of the Klingons (unless they will change with an incident to what we know of the Original Series), there are still strange mistakes where there shouldn't be any (e.g., why do we have a Vulcan admiral when we all know Spock was first Vulcan to serve in Star Fleet?), however, the show started to feel like Star Trek proper from episode 1x06 onward. Besides, never mind Star Trek proper, it has turned into a really good to watch show. I hope the trend continues after the series' year's end break. I am very satisfied with the show right now as episodes 1x06 through to 1x09 are really good episodes except for the bullshit about Sarek mind-meld and guilt trip. Interestingly, the series I had thought was better, The Orville, is trying too hard to become Star Trek that I am not even bothering to watch it after episode 6. Life is funny like that. Finally, one should really appreciate how great an actor Jason Isaacs is.


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