In the last episode of Star Trek Discovery, “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry’ the crew is ordered to rescue a mining colony that’s under attack by Klingons so they have to quickly figure how to get their spore drive working so they can pop over there before the miners get blown to pieces. Meanwhile, the Klingons are fighting among themselves over who gets to control the cloaking device and who is gonna eat the last piece of Capt Gorg-O’s face.
The pig monster that Michael Burnam, Cadet Tilly, red shirt and Anthony Rapp from Rent found on the ship has some magical space traveling properties.
Are you confused? We are!
How the hell did a tardigrade get to be so big, and how is the crew of the Discovery starship able to communicate with it?
What the Trek? Welcome to the podcast where we fabulously explore the strange new episodes from the TV series Star Trek: Discovery.
I’m your ship’s captain, Fausto Fernós, who just like Jean Luc who is from France but speaks with a British accent, I’m from Puerto Rico and speak with a Chicago accent! When you travel da universe you pick up a lot of mannerisms.
Please welcome my first officer and husband Marc Felion, who has one job on this lousy ship- it’s stupid but he’s (I’M) going to do it anyway ok.
Brian Sweeney, the ship’s science officer who programmed the replicators to all the food to come out looking like extra sized dongs.
Communications officer Colette Gregory“>Colette Gregory is away on some bullshit mission on some planet where the aliens have stupid shit glued to thier noses.
Due to low ratings in the series, we’re replacing her for now with exolinguist Fox E. Kim, or as we like to nickname her Seven of Sixty-Nine. She was raised in a borg collective but she’s all woman.