In season two’s penultimate episode, we explore just how Kelly has changed over the last seven years, how the events of those years have impacted her, and see just whether Ed has also matured. Yep, the Orville goes wibbly wobbly with mixed results.
As promised last week, DISCO’s two-part finale brings back a familiar bridge, sees preparations in the downtime, and sees the crew drafting goodbye messages for their loved ones. Let no one say that the foreshadowing in DISCO is subtle.
The Orville tackles gender discrimination in Moclans, also bringing back a special guest from last season. Overall, it’s a mixed bag, but hey, we’ve made it this far. Cue the Dolly Parton soundtrack and lets dive into this episode!
DISCO follows up on last episode’s big reveals. Leland comes back, or does he? Ash gets something to do (finally), and Georgiou gets to duke it out for Mom of the Year as we head into the home stretch for season 2.
It’s another holodeck episode, and this time, the Orville revisits the time-tested story of a character who falls in love with…someone made of activated light particles. There’s no new territory here, but if you like schmaltz, you’ll like the episode.
In the weakest episode yet of season two, DISCO gives us an ill-conceived trap, too much melodrama, and an avenging angel of technology that doesn’t belong in this timeline.
DISCO takes the fight to Section 31 on the recommendation of a special guest while Spock and Burnham snipe at each other and the season’s Big Bad gets revealed in an intense but gravely flawed episode.
DISCO revisits Talos IV, “The Cage,” and Vina while the characters struggle with their own imperfect pasts, their roles therein, and how to move forward. DISCO embarks on an ambitious call-back to the un-aired Trek pilot, and ultimately, the episode lives up to the hype.
Gordon reconnects with an old friend; Mercer is jealous, and the fate of the Union hangs on their shoulders. Will they secure a pre-alliance agreement to negotiate with the Krill? Will they fail? It’s just another day in the life on the Union’s strangest vessel.
Both the Orville and DISCO wrap up some plot lines while throwing out significant new twists. Plus, we’re treated to fantastic space battles, time on Burnham’s Old Vulcan Home, and one exceptionally angry mother. Strap in, folks, we’re going on a ride.