In which Star Trek is Back and I’m Doing It because I a) Can’t wait and b) Want to take in the world as it’s being built. I’ll be doing Discovery Friday from here on.
In which I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry.
In which I wanted to hear Leonard Nimoy’s voice again, so you get an animated episode.
In which I go off-topic a lot, the center of the galaxy is where religion lives again, and a race of energy beings has a rowdy black sheep with an unhealthy obsession over humanity.
In which plants are smarter than people, I have no idea what Walter Koenig was on at the time of writing this, and a thing we’ve already seen is foreshadowed. Hindshadowed?
In which I propose a game, Space Warren Buffet is rescued, and I do drunken metaphysics.
In which the Klingons are bad at stress testing, genetic engineering is a fun fad, and Kirk gets buried in his work.
In which Starfleet is terrible at mission prioritization, three episodes I didn’t particularly like are condensed into one, and a new counter is inaugurated.
In which I contemplate the sensors, Spock preaches the vegetarianism he practices, and James Kirk Doesn’t Care About Cloud People!