Star Trek Discovery S4, Ep 2: What’s Old is New but Worse

TLDR: It’s just this for 45 minutes

In the 700+ hours of Star Trek, probably like half of it involves the crew trying to figure out a space anomaly.

Well, now it’s Discovery’s turn at the trope and in classic Kurtzman Trek fashion they have to utterly ruin it from the start.

You see, loyal fans of the franchise, it’s not just an anomaly, it’s actually a binary black hole. And…

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Academic and Trekkie. I talk about the politics of culture, review nerd stuff, and golf a lot. Co-host: @podmeandering, #TopFive, @folkwise13

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John E. Price

John E. Price

Academic and Trekkie. I talk about the politics of culture, review nerd stuff, and golf a lot. Co-host: @podmeandering, #TopFive, @folkwise13

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