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"Saints of Imperfection" atones for the sins of season one's mishandling of a key LGBTQ character and skillfully hand-waves some science to tie up loose ends.
[It's] an episode that has some fun thrills and kooky visuals, but that also feels like it's laboring to tie up various loose story threads.
Hopefully now that the pair are reunited, we can move forward and tell some interesting Star Trek stories featuring an LGBTQ couple for the first time in the franchise's history, without apology.
While Spock is still MIA, it's hard to care when so many beloved season one characters have returned for another action-packed and exciting episode.
This week's episode, "Saints of Imperfection," is just as amazing, if not better, thanks to the writers' amazing ability to rewrite the wrongs that occurred in the first season.
I love Michelle Yeoh, and she's clearly having fun, and it's a not-terrible dynamic to play around with.
Hugh's mere presence is destructive, eradicating the world around him. Fleeing monsters, the sorrowful victim becomes a monster himself.
Michael always has some interesting perspective to bookend each episode, but I found this week's especially poignant.
One thing that really stands out in "Discovery": Its cinematography is top notch.
The boys apologize to each other in such an absolutely correct way... that my #MeToo-shriveled heart grew a half-size to witness it.
If we can accept all the goofy and weird and wonderful things Star Trek has done in the past, we can surely take the step to accept one more bit of out-there narrative loophole-ery for love, can't we?