Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by MartyMcFly, Nov 2, 2015.
That is true. She's really really Vulcan lol.
The character development of the robot/human character was all done in one episode too
I whenever someone started crying cause it reminded me of the poster in this thread complaining about this show having too much crying
I always like in Trek when the crew shows sadness over an side character dying. In First Contact when the Enterprise blew up the Borg Cube and starfleet ship got blown up along with it and the Enterprise crew was just like
And real talk, Michael Burnham doesn’t fukkING LISTEN!!!!!!!!
Goddamn captain Pike and a Starfleet admiral on the bridge and she’s disobeying orders and shyt.
And WTF @ having a damn droid on the bridge with all kinds of unrestricted access to everything.
If I were any of the other bridge crew actors I would be worried as fukk if they come handing me a script with a lot of backstory and character development in it.
That was me, but I admit it was warranted for this episode. This show does have a lot crying though. I have a hard time trying to think of an episode where no one cried. I haven't seen this much crying since the Yu Yu Hakusho, when they started OD'ing on flashbacks.
I really like these last few episodes. The cast seem to have decent chemistry. Reminds me of DS9 and TNG as they started to hit their stride.
So if is having Burnham live by the Red Angel saving her, does that mean we are in an slightly altered prime timeline( keep in mind technically every time Trek f--ks with the timeline it's a slightly altered version)
Facts. Goddamn Lorca didnt even make it and we have a bizzaro Phillippa running around since the real one got killed in the first damn episode of season 1. Damn near lost Saru and Tilly a couple of episodes ago. Meanwhile Michael can be on the top of a wrecked Klingon bird of prey in space fighting an actual Klingon and come out unharmed.
I still wanna smash tho
#Commander Nhan in the red jumpsuit.
So Michael is the Red Angel?