Jules Sherred replied to the topic Star Trek Discovery Season 2 Episode 14 Discussion Thread in the forum Star Trek: DSC6 months, 4 weeks agoMy initial thoughts. I’ll probably have more to say once @g-h-brothers and @ani-hatzis and whoever else chime in.
This finale fell flat on me. It’s like they shoehorned in a million loose ends that had to be tied. Sure they explained why we never knew about Burnham as Spock’s adopted sister but because of how everything was rushed, that final…Read More
Unfortunately it’s not a parody, I started to watch a video where she called Discovery the day <i>Star Trek</i> died. Everyone wants to go back to the old format because nostalgia! You woke up one morning and all of a sudden utopia, and life is super easy you can just coast through life without a care in the world and bad things just don’t happe…Read More
Jules Sherred replied to the topic Star Trek Discovery Season 2 Episode 13 Discussion Thread in the forum Star Trek: DSC7 months agoMy thoughts and reactions:
1) If Culber and Stamets truly end their relationship, that’s a bunch of bollocks.
2) I cried during the conversation Burnham had with Sarek and Amanda. That touched me very profoundly as someone who was in foster care and is only here today because a variety of people “adopted” me and let me know I had value, even…Read More
Jules Sherred replied to the topic Star Trek: Discovery, Season 2 Week 12 (Episode 12) Weekly Discussion Thread in the forum Star Trek: DSC7 months, 1 week agoOkay. This episode was another good episode and if it ends up that Control isn’t the beginnings of the Borg, I think I’m going to be pretty angry because there are just too many similarities, especially when it comes to assimilation and identifying threats and neutralizing them.
I really enjoyed Spock and Burnham calling each other Brother/Sister…Read More
Jules Sherred replied to the topic Star Trek: Discovery, Season 2 Week 9 (Episode 9) Weekly Discussion Thread in the forum Star Trek: DSC8 months ago@ani-hatzis I’m curious to know if you also have a theory as to why Burnham would go back in time? Also, why would she still be alive that far into the future to be able to come back? That is the one part about this theory that doesn’t quite sit with me: The Red Angel is from pretty far into the future, not the near future.