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If Memory Serves 

Spock and Burnham head to Talos IV, where the process of healing Spock forces the siblings to confront their troubled past. Stamets desperately tries to reconnect with an increasingly ... See full summary »

Director:

T.J. Scott

Writers:

Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by), Bryan Fuller (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sonequa Martin-Green ... Cmdr. Michael Burnham
Doug Jones ... Cmdr. Saru
Anthony Rapp ... Lt. Cmdr. Paul Stamets
Mary Wiseman ... Ensign Sylvia Tilly
Wilson Cruz ... Dr. Hugh Culber
Shazad Latif ... Specialist Ash Tyler
Anson Mount ... Captain Christopher Pike
Michelle Yeoh ... Philippa Georgiou
Melissa George ... Vina
Ethan Peck ... Spock
Alan Van Sprang ... Leland
Rachael Ancheril ... Cmdr. Nhan
Dee Pelletier Dee Pelletier ... Talosian #2
Rob Brownstein ... The Keeper
Alisen Down ... Starfleet Psychiatrist
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Spock and Burnham head to Talos IV, where the process of healing Spock forces the siblings to confront their troubled past. Stamets desperately tries to reconnect with an increasingly disconnected Hugh, while Tyler struggles to shed the crew's suspicions of him due to his past as Voq.

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Trivia

When Burnham first arrives on the surface and silences the singing plants by holding onto their leaves she mirrors the actions of both Pike and Spock when they first landed on the planet in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Cage (1986). See more »

Quotes

Captain Christopher Pike: You allowed the fight to proceed?
Saru: Well, I believe the confrontation was a necessary and unavoidable catharsis for both men.
Captain Christopher Pike: But... hardly an example of by-the-book conflict resolution.
Saru: The Starfleet manual offers no regulatory guidelines for interactions between humans with Klingons grafted to their bones and a ship's doctor returned from the dead.
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Connections

References Star Trek: The Original Series: The Cage (1986) See more »

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Is this finally going somewhere?
17 March 2019 | by MarsDiamondSee all my reviews

After a wasted first season and a mixed start in the second, finally a solid episode. Focused writing, no blind actionism and some comprehensible character development. They even get into the motivation of the Talosians without messing up. Only downside on this one, the conflict between Spock an Michael feels kind of forced and Spock is to confident for someone who almost lost his mind. Anyway, a remarkable episode for this show.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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