Dennis and Beth discuss Discovery’s plans to keep valuable data out of the hands of Control, and Mom might not approve in episode #2-11: Perpetual Infinity.
Michael Burnham put her life on the line, but it worked. The crew of Discovery captured the Red Angel. However, she wasn’t who they though she was. Instead of capturing a future Michael Burnham, they have her mother. Now, they must devise an alternate plan that includes destroying or removing the Sphere’s data before it can fall into the hands of Control. The devious AI has a plan of its own. Beth and Dennis explore all of this from the latest episode of Discovery: “Perpetual Infinity.”
- An opening flash back in “Perpetual Infinity” fills in some details from the night Burnham’s family was attacked by Klingons.
- What caused the Red Angel suit to malfunction the first time it was used?
- Control finds a new way to get what it wants.
- Ash may have finally become a character that Dennis and Beth like.
- Are viewers suppose to think the Borg are the endgame, or is it an obvious ruse?
- If it isn’t the Red Angel, who is sending the red signals?
“Perpetual Infinity” fills in some gaps of the ongoing mystery surrounding the red signals, the Red Angel, and Spock’s troubled recent past. As usual, Dennis and Beth have plenty to discuss about this episode. Thanks for joining us, live long and prosper, and “Hamlet. Hell yeah.”
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Welcome to Warp Trails. This weekly show reviews each episode of Star Trek Discovery, the latest incarnation of Star Trek airing on CBS All Access. Your hosts are Dennis and Beth Keithly, a husband and wife team living in Texas. Beth is an old school fan of Star Trek whose fandom is grounded in The Original Series. Meanwhile, Dennis is a relatively more recent fan who traces his fandom to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn. Since they met, Dennis and Beth made consumption of Star Trek content part of their weekly routine. The have also named four of their five pets after Star Trek characters.
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