Looking Back at Discovery Season Three.
When Michael Burnham and the USS Discovery emerged from their Red Angel-created wormhole into the 32nd century, things didn’t go quite as planned. Terralysium was not in the neighborhood and temporal wackiness left Michael and the ship a year apart. But once reunited, they set off on a grand adventure to find what was left of the Federation. They also had to solve an unexpected mystery: the cause of a disaster that put an end to the carefree days of easy faster-than-light travel.
In this episode of The Ready Room, hosts C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek sit back in their programmable-matter lounge chairs and reflect on Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, discussing how the story played out compared with what we expected, how we feel about key plot points, and how it all fits into the overall Star Trek picture. We also look ahead to Season 4 and speculate on what the writers might have is store for us.
Story Expectations 00:06:20
Programmable Matter Rabbit Hole 00:11:05
Detached Nacelles 00:22:03
Serialization Settling In 00:31:45
Unification III 00:37:20
Bopping Around 00:40:19
A Screaming Resolution 00:44:56
Identity and Found Families 00:55:05
The Past Is the Light 01:00:48
Look Beyond the Season 01:10:15
Georgiou’s Detour 01:15:36
Die Trying 01:41:50
Getting Out of the Head 01:45:48
Expectations for Season Four 01:51:48
C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Renee Roberts (Associate Producer)