To maintain the Star Trek flame lit through the hiatus, Star Trek: Discovery created 4 standalone shorts which have been launched on a month-to-month foundation beginning in October.
Numerous in scope, type, and character focus, they supplied a tantalizing peek on the previous, current, and way forward for the crew and ship we’ve gotten to know and sit up for seeing once more very quickly.
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"Runaway" stars Ensign Sylvia Tilly as she problem-solves a stowaway scenario along with her regular grace below fireplace.
"Calypso" mashes up parts of the Magnificence and the Beast fairy story and Homer's Odyssey to inform the story of therapeutic, friendship, and love.
"The Brightest Star" is Saru's origin story, displaying us how he got here to be the primary Kelpian to affix the Federation.
"The Escape Artist" brings again the notorious Harry Mudd in all his wheeling and dealing glory to cement his place because the Federation's Most Wished.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 returns on CBS All Entry on January 17.
1. The Runaway — USS Discovery
The primary of the Quick Treks takes place earlier than the occasions of Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 as Tilly has no roommate but and remains to be within the early phases of contemplating the Command program. This is sensible for introducing the thought of those tangential tales, giving us a well-known face in a well-known setting.
2. The Runaway — A Stowaway
I cherished the preliminary ingredient of creepiness as we solely glimpse Discovery’s latest and surprising customer. Nice environment.
three. The Runaway — Tilly
Ah, Tilly. So candy. So awkward. So caffeinated. Her dialog along with her mom’s hologram illuminates rather a lot about her insecurities. (I additionally get the sense that the Mirror Universe’s Captain Killy most likely offed her mother early in her profession.)
four. The Runaway — Me Hana Ika Hani Ka Po
“The Runaway” within the title has a double that means right here as Tilly’s oh-so-supportive mom reminds her of a humiliating childhood episode the place she ran away from a category exercise she could not do. After all, the principle reference is the prickly younger Xahean who has run away after her invention causes large turmoil on her newly-warp-capable planet. Po’s speech about her connection along with her planet is concurrently poignantly poetic and utterly nonsensical however succeeds in shortly establishing the sense of Xahea’s chaotic surroundings.
5. The Runaway — Dilithium
On the middle of the story is kind of actually an influence wrestle. Po’s invention, a dilithium incubator which may regrow the important gas for warp engines, makes Xahea (in Tilly’s phrases) “essentially the most politically related planet within the galaxy.” (I am a little bit confused how a planet that has been mining dilithium for generations solely simply established warp know-how.)
6. The Runaway — New Mates
The Backside Line: This was a beautiful little Tilly story with a optimistic message concerning the how insecurities plague people of all walks of life whether or not they’re royal or common, courageous or good. (Additionally, the Discovery apparently has some kind of ridonkulous transporter tech since Tilly’s in a position to ship Po dwelling with out the ship being in orbit above her Xahea.)