That blast door scene made me cross. No way he could have stood directly on the other side of the glass and not been impacted somehow. WTF.
― Stoop Crone (Trayce), Sunday, 28 April 2019 00:04 (five months ago) link
spock's childhood meeting was with mike's mom. how the vision included the signals when mom didn't know anything about signals is a plot hole.
― adam the (abanana), Sunday, 28 April 2019 08:49 (five months ago) link
There are dozens of star treks, not just 6 or 7, and if trek is a feeling then everyone has a different one. But i keep thinking of The Measure of a Man; it might not even be my favourite episode but in the writing, the problem posed and the solution offered, it was something of a peak. Nothing in Discovery was remotely of that calibre - in season 2 certainly. Season 1 had some things going for it, e.g. Tilly pushed the boundaries of what a starfleet officer could be, while staying true to or even exemplifying trek values; by season 2 she was mostly reduced to comic relief.
― what if bod was one of us (ledge), Sunday, 28 April 2019 11:15 (five months ago) link
I missed some of the wtf-ness that Jason Isaacs provided last season, but I really enjoyed this one. Shame the last episode was a Marvel movie climax laser fight though.
― Chuck_Tatum, Sunday, 28 April 2019 16:22 (five months ago) link
Hells yeah that massive pew pew scene hurt my head, I couldnt tell who was shooting what at some points.
― Stoop Crone (Trayce), Sunday, 28 April 2019 23:22 (five months ago) link
― j., Monday, 15 July 2019 06:41 (three months ago) link