The Discovery emerges from the wormhole only to crash into an unnamed planet, and really, it only goes downhill from there. Saru and Tilly land in the Wild West. Stamets has to cooperate with Jet Reno. Hugh Culber has to patch everyone back together, and Nhan has to wrangle Commander Georgiou. This week: “Far From Home.”
Discovery’s third season opens with Michael Burnham colliding with her new life and destiny 930 years in the future from when we last saw her. The year is 3188, and now Burnham must confront the consequences of leaping into an unknown future. This week: “That Hope is You, Part 1.”
Michael’s back with a quick announcement regarding his blogging here on GiN and elsewhere. Windborne’s Story Eatery Lives Here (For Now?)
Michael’s back with some more hijinks for this week’s Synth Saturday. It’s Constellations Chapters 31-40 by UnwelcomeStorm!
In the season finale, the Cerritos responds to a distress call and finds more than anyone bargained for while Mariner copes with the impact of an unexpected revelation about her personal life. Rutherford and Tendi save the day, and we say goodbye to a respected member of the crew. This week: “No Small Parts.”
Michael’s got a post to vent this week instead of the regular Video Game Tuesday. The Year 2020 has sucked!
Michael’s back with a rather obscure title for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s BattleTanx!
After Mariner violates the Prime Directive, Captain Freeman orders her into therapy. Meanwhile, Ensign Boimler tries to prepare for an interview for an advanced diplomacy course, so, of course, he programs the Holodeck to recreate the bridge crew. Ensign Tendi battles Orion stereotypes, and Ensign Rutherford wrestles with what he wants to say to Chief Engineer Billups. This week: “Crisis Point.”
Michael’s back with a pretty funny movie that released when he was still very little for this week’s Movie Monday. It’s The Sister Act!
The Lower Decks contingent find themselves caught up in a dark silo and handed a sacred horn to testify as to the actions of the bridge crew, currently held in a beam of light. The only problem is, none of them exactly know why they’re there. It’s situation normal for the Cerritos crew in “Veritas.”