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Waynieo
Tue, Mar 19, 2019, 3:59am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S2: Project Daedalus

Just one question. Why didn't Burnham press the button and release Airiam herself? Of course she didn't want to do it. But this show showed a lot more promise in its very its very first episode, and down the track its lost something. Consider that Burnham actually started a war by firing on the Klingons ..it was a mistake..A season down the track she can't decided to whether to relaese airiam and ultimately, although the show revolves around her a bit, a minor character has to do it for her. The show could be so much more if it had the courage to make serious decisions on behalf of the characters. To subject them to much harsher realities and to see how they cope. I suspect that that is where the better writing lies...
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waynieo
Wed, Nov 8, 2017, 4:33am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum

As the series goes on, I have some continuity issues. Jammer has referred to it earlier, but I really wish they would deal with the spore drive thing because it doesn't feature in the future of star trek. The longer that the spore drive continues to exist, the more that it seems the writers seem to thumbing themselves up at the star trek universe. If it continues much longer, we will start to watch a show that isn't quite star trek... It also seems that no one has given any thought to the guy running the spore drive. One would think that they would have thought to look into injecting the aliens spores into himself that they would look into the long term effects of this. Thankfully it seems that they might just do that soon.
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