Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Despite a confounding Deus Ex Machina and countless questionable plot twists, Sonequa Martin-Green's performance alone salvages "The Red Angel."
Despite the fact that so much happened this episode that I probably can't even recap it all in one post (at least not one with a decent word count), we got so many lovely character-driven scenes.
Star Trek: Discovery has turned a confusing time travel story into an emotional one about a family. Which is totally brilliant.
But regardless of my personal feelings about time travel being the Deus Ex Machina of life, I really enjoyed this episode and I can't wait to know more.
One of the messiest episodes Discovery has ever done, as it paradoxically drags and dashes through a bunch of plot threads it barely has time to entertain.
The strongest part of the episode was easily the performance of Sonequa Martin-Green... She had an entire episode on her shoulders and delivered.
This show... Is complicated.
As Spock would say, this is highly illogical.
Sonequa Martin-Green, who doesn't always get challenged on this series, does some terrific work here.
Talk is the name of the game this week. Talk and exposition. Which is fine to a degree.
I am still completely flabbergasted by how many horrible choices were crammed into this week's installment.