The U.S.S. Discovery battles against Control in a fight not only for their lives but for the future, with a little help from some unexpected friends. Spock and Burnham discern vital new ...
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The U.S.S. Discovery battles against Control in a fight not only for their lives but for the future, with a little help from some unexpected friends. Spock and Burnham discern vital new connections between the red signals while Burnham faces one of life's harshest truths: the right decisions are often the hardest to make.
When Spock (Ethan Peck) answers "Neither... Do I." to Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), this is clearly a nod to William Shatner, who played Captain James T. Kirk in the original Star Trek series (1966-1969), who has been parodied throughout the years for delivering his lines in clipped, dramatic narrations. See more »
Captain Pike says "Calvary" for "cavalry," a singularly suitable mispronunciation on Good Friday. See more »
Good to go. Crystal's fully charged.
Ensign Tilly, go with her and make sure it gets to Cmdr Burnham safely
He means in case one of us gets dead along the way
I'm going; I'm going; Get off my ass!... 'Sir'. get off my ass, 'Sir'!
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This episode was absolutely brilliant!!
The scenes were just beyond spectacular
The storyline's tied up
Explanations given why Discovery isn't mentioned in The original series
Visually stunning and I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire episode
Discovery is just amazing
People who score this low really need to either watch something else or get another hobby
This show is just on another level of brilliance
I swear I haven't seen a better Star Trek episode or Series like this
The attention to detail is flawless
I'm going back to rewatch it ... so so good
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