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Such Sweet Sorrow, part 1

Michael builds a time suit. Tilly became Jar Jar Binks this season. There is split screen and then there isn't. The Section 31 ships are drones. Saru makes a speech and calls the ex-emperor a Terran on the bridge in front of everyone. MULorca was scorned as a Terran and yet the ex-emperor is embraced. There is slack jawed gaping.

Control is discourteous. Was this ep necessitous? There are talks of betrayal, disgraceful marks of ingratitude and not so unexpected apperances from malign presences. Michael is famously unquiet. Stuff blows up. Paul is all bloody. The Admiral is useless. Where were all those other doctors during the season 2 run?

This ep looks like a paintboook explosion. Doesn't Discovery have security? How did Control get on board and slap people around and rampage for so long? Enterprise is struck by a torpedo. Enterprise has repair drones? Blast shields get jammed which means someone will die. Why are phasers blue? A great big Klingon ship shows up along with the Kelpains. D7s attack Control. How did the Kelpians go from pre-warp non-tech individuals to fighter pilots?

Michael must be the centre of interest. She set all this in motion. Motivation is deliberately vague. There are rolling concerns and Hugh fusses over Paul. How did Ash get to the Klingons? What is Michael standing on? Why is she always posing? There is a wormhole. Spock is prophetically opining. How does Michael make the signals? Is the future where all life is destoryed by Control an irrevocably fixed future?

'Star Trek' is immortalised in popular culture. Yet season 2 did not do it for me. There are moments of disorder. Why are they punching Control? People are sucked into space. There is a zero g fight in which 'Inception' is ripped off. Control has intensified hostility and does vindictive treatment. There were overwhelming expectations for this season which were not met.

Why do the Admiral and Number One do that arm clasp? The Klingon phasers are green. L'Rell bleeds red not pink. Michael sets it all in motion. Why does the time suit have wings? Michael and Discovery head 930 years into the future. Why do they need to go to the future if Control has been defeated? The Admiral is ready and willing to do a self-sacrifice.

Why is the blast door manuel override on the inside? The Admiral dies. She never saw her Gabriel again. Is the real Gabriel Lorca still stuck in the MU? Does anyone care? Spock's left behind. He lickarses Michael. Stop talking Michael and go into the damn future! She makes a wry prophecy about Kirk.

Discovery goes to the future. Spock says the ship, her crew and spore drive must never be spoken off again to preserve the timeline. Where's the security chief? Who was the guy debriefing people? Spock speaks Vulcan. There is sap. Ash a Klingon who was stripped to the bones and had a dead human grafted to his bones is made Section 31 chief. Didn't L'Rell claim to have killed Ash? How was he able to walk around on the bridge of a Klingon warship? This was the season finale. We'll see how season 3 turns out.

Control screamed as it 'died' which makes no sense. The ex-emperor laughed at its screams as it fell apart. L'Rell's wound vanished. Number One wears lipgloss. Enterprise has a huge chunk missing. The Golden Gate bridge is seen and it looks different. Discovery's fate was lied about. Where are the DTI? So Spock never spoke to Kirk of Michael to preserve the timeline? Spock shaves and puts on his uniform shirt. He looks WEIRD with no beard. When this show began I was in a happy relationship, now I'm not.

Best Lines:

“Die for it.”

“Section 31 is in our way.”

“I choose to believe it.”

“This is Starfleet. Get it done.”

“Everybody hates you. Congratulations.”

“Get off my ass sir!”

“Women! Stop talking!”

“Stuffed in a meat sack.”

“How are things on your end?”


“Hold the line.”

“Join me in making Leland scream?”

“Rip a hole 4 decks wide in our saucer section.”

“Unify our efforts.”

“Always fight to preserve our future.”

“Today is a good day to die!”

“Identify safe harbour.”

“I hate boring!”

“Not hard is boring!”

“This story isn't where your story ends.”

“Enough with the tantrum already.”

“I will watch the stars for it.”

“This does not end here.”

“Indirectly responsible for this catastrophe.”

“They're all gone.”

“I will not be returning to Discovery.”

“Goodbye my friends.”


Time Bomb

Nora whines to Thawne about the timeline being wrong. Star Labs has a storage unit? This is really really not good. Doesn't Iris have a job? Why is she at Star Labs, acting like she is the boss? A woman who killed 2 people gets away with it. Barry gives moral lectures. FFS. Ralph annoys. Will Joe just leave? He seems bored. Cisco doesn't want his woman to know he's Vibe. There are boring baddies. New Wells exposes Nora as being Thawne's sidekick. Barry locks Nora up.

Best Line:

“I was very wrong.”

Line Of Duty 5x04

Does Hastings have moral rectitude? Corbett did vile things to Hastings' wife. Corbett dies. Does this all have to do with Hastings' past? Hastings' cheating wife whines. Corbett whines and shrieks and acts crazy in the OCG. Ted Hastings cracks up. There's a body in a freezer. Steve lets Corbett away with his attack on Hastings wife. Steve and Kate suspect Ted Hastings. Corbett's wife lies. Steve refuses to arrest Corbett. Steve snots at Hastings. People do stupid things. Corbett sees women being sex trafficked. People are inherently immoral. Corbett trusted Lisa and paid the price. Lisa refers to trafficked women as livestock.

Best Line:

“Not from people like this.”

Chapter Six: An Exorcism In Greendale

Sabrina is petulant. This is not uniquely potent. Madam Satan has sheer malignancy. There is ambient moral rottenness and histrionic drama. There is social horror and people see things. A witch pregnancy lasts 13 months. Harvey bores. Will Sabrina stop lying? The aunts are useless. There is bad acting. A demon lurks. Sabrina visits a mine. What's a trapping stone? There are tunnels to hell and red light. Susie screeches and Nick Scratch lurks.

Alessandro Juliani guest starred. Sabrina wonders about an exorcisim. Father Blackwood could care less. I did not like this. Madam Satan murdered the man who was possessed after Sabrina exorcised him. Anne Boleyn was a witch? The demon is chucked down a well. Yawn.

Best Lines:

“You are godless!”

“False Church.”

“Word travels fast amongst the damned.”

“Connotations of malevolence.”

“Devouring worm.”

“Not so much demand for horror hosts.”

“Called home by the Dark Lord.”

“Save us from the melodramatics of a teenage witch.”

“The False God and his propaganda machine.”

“I'm sure they'll stop talking about anything.”

“Things get bad for you.”

“A map? To what? This isn't 'The Goonies'!”

Sherlock Holmes (1984-1994)

The Illustrious Client

Anthony Valentine of 'Raffles' guest stars. The duo visit a Turkish bath. A wife killer (Valentine) plans to wed a new wife despite being bald and old. The wife to be is a bimbo. There is overacting and luvvies and this was not good. The bounder boasts of his wit and violence. Boredom ensues.

Best Line:
"I beg of you, not to press that question."

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