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Old 09-01-2018, 02:03 PM
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Star Trek: Discovery - 1 x 10 - Despite Yourself:
Series directorial debut by TNG alum Jonathan Frakes.
Fascinating beginning to Chapter 2 of the first season which the crew founding themselves in the Mirror Universe.
Amusing on the reveal that Tilly’s counterpart is the captain of this universe’s Discovery and had to pretend to be her.
Shocking on Ash killing Dr Culber.
Thrilling when Michael kill the counterpart of her late colleague on the Shenzhou and becomes the ship’s new captain.
Even though it is in the Mirror Universe, it is appropriate good to finally see Sonequa Martin-Green as Captain of the Star Trek series that she headlines.
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Old 18-01-2018, 02:39 AM
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Star Trek: Discovery - 1 x 11 - The Wolf Inside:
Somehow I wasn’t expecting to see Mirror Sarek here as he tells the nearby Klingons that Michael could be trusted but things sure came to blows when Tyler’s programming got triggered.
The execution of some crew members of the Shenzhou by transporting them into space at the beginning sure foreshadowed when Tyler got the same treatment after the said meeting with the Klingons.
Tyler got saved when he was transported to Discovery because as Saru says Tyler was still accountable to the Federation.
No doubt out of kindness that Michael did not tell Saru about his Mirror counterpart being a slave on the Shenzhou.
Quite a surprise on who the Emperor turned out to be and it’s Mirror Georgiou.
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Old 25-01-2018, 04:38 PM
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Star Trek: Discovery – 1 x 12 – Vaulting Ambition:
Georgiou is Emperor of the Mirror Universe. This already sparked debate of why she is not called Empress instead.
Quite risky that Michael revealed to Emperor Georgiou who she really is.
What a revelation at the end that the Lorca that we have known all this time is from the Mirror Universe.
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Old 01-02-2018, 06:02 PM
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Star Trek: Discovery – 1 x 13 - What’s Past Is Prologue:
Antepenultimate episode of season 1.
Similar in name to the Deep Space Nine episode Past Prologue.
Curiously whereas the Discovery episode is the third to last of its first season, the Deep Space Nine episode is the third episode of its first season.
For the Discovery episode quite thrilling as Lorca frees his old crew to do battle with Michael and Emperor Georgiou.
The fight is exciting to see and what a moment when Lorca is killed by Emperor Georgiou. Guess they couldn’t afford Jason Isaacs for the second season.
Perhaps I should not be surprised that Michael saved Emperor Georgiou as she got her transported to the Discovery together.
What a shock that Discovery has arrived back in their own universe nine months after they left it and that the Klingons have won the war.
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Star Trek: Discovery – 1 x 14 - The War Without, The War Within:
Penultimate episode of season 1.
Intriguing episode as the Discovery crew adjusts back to their universe jumping nine months ahead.
I can sympathise with Tyler being ostracise coming after his actions as Voq.
Key moment when Admiral Cornwell mentioning Captain Archer and the Enterprise he commanded.
Surprise on Emperor Georgiou assuming the guise of her late counterpart.
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Star Trek: Discovery – 1 x 15 - Will You Take My Hand?:
Season 1 finale.
Pretty good although also dull moments end to the first season.
When Tilly realises that Georgiou is from the Mirror Universe she does something before she was told not to do that by Michael.
Certainly made me think of the Tenth Doctor saying that to his companions whenever they say something they shouldn’t be saying.
Georgiou mentioned bread and circuses and Bread and Circuses is also the name of a TOS episode.
Good that Michael’s honour with Starfleet has been restored.
Oh wow what a cameo by the Enterprise at the end and an updated version of the TOS theme played in the end credits.

In regards to the episode title it is a question I like ask Karen Gillan again and again.
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Grey’s Anatomy 14.6 Come on Down to My Boat, Baby marked the first appearance in the series by Robert Picardo.
Picardo had been the Doctor in Star Trek: Voyager but he becomes a patient in his guest stint on Grey’s Anatomy.
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John Mahoney has passed away.

Born on June 20 1940, Mahoney was well known for playing Frasier’s dad Martin Crane in Frasier (1993-2004).
As well as Frasier, Mahoney also played Martin in a sketch involving Frasier characters in Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond.

Other work included Moonstruck, Frantic, The Russia House, The American President, Antz, The Iron Giant, Becker, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Dan In Real Life, The Simpsons & Burn Notice.

Mahoney died on February 4 2018 just four months before his 78th birthday.
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Reg E. Cathey has passed away.

Born on August 18 1958, Cathey had appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Aquiel playing Morag.

Outside of Star Trek his work included Funny Farm, Born on the Fourth of July, What About Bob?, Square One TV, The Mask, Clear and Present Danger, Airheads, The Wire, Person of Interest, Grimm, Fantastic Four, The Blacklist, US House of Cards & Outcast.

Cathey died on February 9 2018 at the age of 59.
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