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Star Trek: Discovery - Season 2, Episode 4 ‘An Obol for Charon’ - Review


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Herein discussing the fourth episode of Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, entitled ‘An Obol for Charon’... Which very much brought back memories of some of those all-time classic elements and themes found in previous Star Trek series. Take a look!

 

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The series overall is moving in a much better direction than season 1. I also like how they seem to at least be trying to fix many of their continuity flubs from season 1 like getting rid of the Hologram communications and seems like the are taking steps to explain why we will never hear again about the stupid jump drive.

One thing I am not sure I like is seemingly the direction they are moving towards with the relation between Spock and Burnham.

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55 minutes ago, JayC said:

The series overall is moving in a much better direction than season 1. I also like how they seem to at least be trying to fix many of their continuity flubs from season 1 like getting rid of the Hologram communications and seems like the are taking steps to explain why we will never hear again about the stupid jump drive.

One thing I am not sure I like is seemingly the direction they are moving towards with the relation between Spock and Burnham.

I couldn’t agree with you more, on both counts... The only episode in season 2 thus far that I had any issues with was the third episode of the season, which felt a little all over the place, like some of the episodes from the first season. But, bringing on Pike, and beginning to shape and direct things more toward the way they’re supposed to be, is what I’m really loving about it.

I am still reserving my judgment a bit about where they’re going with Spock and Burnham. I’ve actually liked Burnham a little bit more as a character this season, as they’ve begun to show that she does have feelings, and isn’t perfect, in spite of herself. They’ve finally made her vulnerable, in a sense. But man, Spock is another thing entirely. I can only hope whatever they’re doing with him shapes up well, and doesn’t turn out to be just another dumpster fire.

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