BrotherStar Trek: Discovery : Season 2 Episode 1
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\"Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2\" had a tall order before it: to fundamentally change the status quo of the series (implicitly promised by all the build-up and goodbyes in last week's overly schmaltzy episode, which at least in context now feels slightly more valid) while trying to satisfactorily make sense of this season's ongoing plot and character arcs. While they don't completely overcome the dopiness of some of the ideas that have been swirling about for several episodes now, they do close as many loops as possible while bringing massive cinematic showmanship to this finale in a way that helps paper over some of the seams.
In 2019, CBS All Access (Now Paramount+) released \"Short Treks,\" a companion series that bookended the second season of \"Star Trek: Discovery\" and teased the debut of \"Star Trek: Picard.\" While originally conceived as a way to keep fans excited during the long wait between seasons of \"Discovery,\" \"Short Treks\" also provided a testing ground for a potential spin-off. After Pike, Spock, and Number One excited fans with their appearances in Season 2 of \"Discovery,\" the second wave of \"Short Treks\" included three episodes set in their corner of the \"Star Trek\" universe, stoking interest in what would eventually become \"Strange New Worlds.\"
\"Star Trek: Discovery\" is led by Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham, a Starfleet officer who was raised alongside Spock as the foster daughter of Vulcan Ambassador Sarek and his human wife, Amanda Grayson. The series is set in the 2250s, during which time Spock is a Lieutenant aboard the USS Enterprise under Captain Pike's command. Burnham and Spock have been estranged for years, but their lives become intertwined once again during the show's second season. Here, Pike is placed in temporary command of Burnham's ship, the USS Discovery, to investigate a mystery of cosmic import. Pike remains onboard for the duration of the season as he, Burnham, and the rest of the Discovery crew draw closer to the truth of the strange entity they dub \"the Red Angel.\" This mission eventually forces Burnham and Spock to confront their troubled past. The arc stretches across the entire 14-episode season, but this list includes a few highlights for those who simply want to cram for \"Strange New Worlds.\"
Alongside this story, Michael Burnham and the rest of the Discovery crew have a direct confrontation with the season's big villain, building directly into the two-part season finale, \"Such Sweet Sorrow.\" The finale gives fans the chance to see the redesigned USS Enterprise in action, and offers some closure for Spock and Burnham's relationship, but it's best enjoyed if you've seen the entire season. If you've been cherry-picking \"Discovery\" episodes off of this guide and have been enjoying yourself, we'd encourage you to loop back to the beginning of the season and watch through to the finale.
Near the end of the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation the episode, \"Conspiracy\" aired. In it, Captain Jean-Luc Picard learns of a parasitical infestation that is making its way into and controlling the hierarchy of Starfleet Command. The Enterprise returns to Earth where Picard and his first officer, Riker, confront the creatures and the climax delivers one of the franchise's most graphic episodes.
Making his second appearance of the season, Ryn (Noah Averbach-Katz) an empathetic Andorian who has suffered his own trauma and is extremely loyal to Book, is an interesting addition to the cast as a potential recurring character, especially when he reveals at the end of the episode his secret about the Emerald Chain.
One-time Star Trek guest actress Barbara Bosson passed away on 18 February 2023, at the age of eighty-three. Bosson played the Bajoran woman Roana in the second season Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode Rivals.
One-time Star Trek guest actor J. Patrick McNamara passed away on 2 January 2023, at the age of eighty. McNamara played U.S.S. Repulse Captain Taggert in the Star Trek: The Next Generation second season episode Unnatural Selection.
To audiences of the late 1960s, Brown was best known as the charismatic lumberjack Jason Bolt in the television series Here Come the Brides, a role that lasted for two seasons and fifty-two episodes, from 1968 to 1970. He had worked on other shows prior to that one and Star Trek, appearing in such series as Wagon Train, Bonanza, and Perry Mason.
Outside of her musical background, Hicks also appeared as an actress in over two dozen television and film productions. Before Voyager, she had a recurring role in the second and third seasons of the sitcom Mad About You. She was also a cast member of the soap opera One Life to Live from 1997 to 1998 and lent her singing talent to the family film The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, which was a direct-to-video release also in 1998. Her last on-screen credit was in 2019, for an episode of Madam Secretary. 59ce067264