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a52750  No.30617[Last 50 Posts]

IT'S DEFCON LEVEL FUN!

Looks like we hit the bump limit, so I'll bite the bullet and invite the shitposting to continue here.

Previous threads for the masochists:

>>29040

>>20468

>>18500

>>8287

>Season 2 Status Report:

Starfleet sends the USS Fidget Spinner to investigate seven mysterious red energy bursts and a creature called the red angel. These phenomena are somehow connected to Spock, but he's in the space nuthouse so nobody can ask him. Also, everyone is sad. Michael is sad about Spock and later she's sad about practically fucking everything. Stamets is sad that his boyfriend died, but then he comes back to life, but that doesn't work out so he's sad about that too. Dr. Culber is sad that he came back to life, then he gets angry about it, then he gets sad again. Tyler is sad that he can't be with either of his stronk wimmens (the Klingorc emperor and Michael) and he's sad about having to send his newborn son to Klingon Tibet. Pike is sad that he keeps getting cucked at every turn and that nobody takes him seriously. Tilly is sad because her imaginary spore parasite friend had to go away. The only person who's not sad is Saru who uncovered an evolutionary lie about his entire species and turned into a Chad overnight (but not really).

As the investigation goes on the ship encounters a giant space brain which uses its last moments of life to download all of its memories into Discovery's computer. Meanwhile, Spock escapes the loony bin and Michael has some Family Drama (TM) with Sarek and Amanda, then goes off to find Spock on her own. She takes him to Talos IV where the Talosians fix his mind, but not his autism. He explains that he met the red angel and it showed him a vision of the future where all life in the galaxy is wiped out. He now has memories of that future and Section 31 wants to know what he knows. You know, for "science." While investigating one of the red energy bursts, a time rift opens up and Discovery gets attacked by one of its own probes which came back from the future all souped up. The probe hacks into Airiam, the cyborg girl background character, who immediately starts acting shady.

Admiral Exposition tells the crew they need to go to Section 31 HQ because while everything else has been going on, their special AI threat assessment system called "Control" (henceforth called Skynet) has stopped responding. When they arrive, they find out that Skynet has gone rogue, killed everyone, and is controlling Airiam in order to download all the data from the giant space brain so it can become sentient (Isn't it already?) and kill the whole galaxy like in Spock's visions. Airiam dies in the same episode where she's given any development, but not before she tells Michael that everything happening is because of (((Her))) and something called Project Daedalus. Investigating Daedalus reveals that the red angel super suit was designed by Section 31 as part of a "temporal arms race" with the Klingons and that the angel's bio-signature is none other than Michael Burnham herself.

Stamets, Culber, Tilly, and Georgiou figure out a way to trap the red angel which requires them to all state their sexual preferences for some reason. The plan almost kills Michael, but she's rescued at the last second and SURPRISE! the red angel is actually Michael's mother, who was thought to be dead. She stole the Project Daedalus super suit (which she designed, of course) when the Klingons rolled in to fuck their shit up and has been time-hopping ever since trying to stop Skynet from destroying the future without much success. She gets a moment to exposition dump with Michael before getting sucked back to the future (?) and she reveals that while the red angel mystery has been solved, she's NOT connected to the red energy bursts. However, the real threat is now Captain Leland, the Section 31 goon, who has been hacked by Skynet via some fancy nano-bots injected directly into his eyeballs and totally isn't becoming the first Borg.

How will our intrepid crew stop Leland and Skynet from killing the future and, more importantly, will anybody even care?

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056656  No.30619

>another fucking STD thread

Go in the autosaged thread you garbage tier kike swallowing cuckolds.

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19dbe3  No.30625

>>30617

When you put it like that, everyone except Saru has been pretty miserable/cucked this season

>>30619

Oh hush, this is the official containment general where we bitch about it.

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1826c0  No.30631

>>30625

Then what the fuck is this thread >>30538

You fucking fanboys all pretending you hate it.

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49e024  No.30639

File: 815a579b581e30f⋯.jpg (40.89 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Friends_Toaster.jpg)

>>30625

saru is many ways is the most cucked. He literally loses his home/innocence/fear due to the plot demands of michael's mom (and somehow is no different of an officer which is the real cucking that real character growth was replaced with one episode of We Wuz Predators before being slotted back into the same shit).

Should we show that real bravery is overcoming fear not the absence of it? Nope fuck it headspines (and our evil goopy black badguys never get the idea of gassing their enemies despite the fact that they literally have no presence in their own compound and a distinct lack of morals anyway).

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c2639f  No.30646

>>30639

>saru is many ways is the most cucked.

I agree. The cucking started with his Short Trek episode where they retconned his backstory (his tribe seems to be living peacefully, unlike the shit he said in the first season). Then they retconned his first meeting with Georgiou: in the Short Trek they showed the shuttle from the Shenzhou, then they CGI out the name in that season 2 episode where Saru claimed that she was from the Archimedes. It's like no one read the scripts they wrote a few weeks earlier.

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249c21  No.30647

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I wonder if I should mention this here instead of it's own thread since it's all associated with Jew Jew's production company.

>Star Trek Picard in trouble.

>Licensees refused to pick up toys and merchandise.

>They hated the design.

>"Futuristic Discovery uniforms."

>License shit.

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c97ea4  No.30667

>>30647

Okay, now I really want to see the design of the NotSerenity. because I wonder if the issue was that it was just that hideous, or if it was because they actually made a unique ship design instead of Vaguely Enterprise Shaped Ship #49.

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7ced39  No.30684

>>30647

>development issues

Already going to be a fun watch I see.

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c8965b  No.30697

>Pike: "The fact that one of the signals led us to Terralysium, whose ancestors were saved by Dr. Burnham herself, makes me think—"

<Mike: "SPECULATING ABOUT THE SIGNALS IS UNPRODUCTIVE."

Who in the history of Starfleet EVER cuts the captain off mid-sentence for some useless backchat? This dumb fucking nigger is the most insufferable cunt I've ever seen.

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d69347  No.30698

File: 965022a5bec1557⋯.jpg (466.1 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, 1554428358.jpg)

File: c92f54059ccbe30⋯.jpg (541.27 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, 1554428383.jpg)

File: e7e3820a53516bd⋯.jpg (276.38 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, 1554428435.jpg)

Time to have a real space battle?

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c8965b  No.30699

>>30698

Why am I getting "Judgement Rites" vibe from the nuEnterprise bridge?

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aa96fc  No.30700

Does STD ever bother explaining why the magic mushroom teleporter was never adopted by Starfleet?

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643de6  No.30701

>>30700

There was a half-assed attempt this season to say that using the spore drive damages the mushroom world where Tilly's pajeet boo lives, but they abandoned it pretty quickly when the plot demanded the ship needed to move faster than conventional warp speeds.

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533481  No.30703

It's interesting to see that the writers are so progressive that they feel the need to force 2 gay characters to be together.

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d8a541  No.30705

>>30703

That is because the writers are gays, kikes, and women.

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6592a7  No.30706

>>30699

Eh… the view screen being an actual window and annoying lights aside, I don't completely hate it. I can see little color touches here and there that makes it actual look more like high budget version of the TOS bridge than anything jjtrek ever did.

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de3fb4  No.30709

Fags still exited for this really?

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0677ea  No.30715

File: 217acfe69b2f4e3⋯.jpeg (6.85 KB, 259x194, 259:194, butt heads.jpeg)

I miss the butt heads.

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f41abf  No.30720

File: 2d6eb71c4f1d942⋯.png (1.08 MB, 1280x534, 640:267, vlcsnap-1555-12-13-04h38m2….png)

The show isn't even pretending to bother with the "sci" part of sci-fi anymore. "Time crystals" are basically magic. You even have to go on a quest to a secret monastery to find them where the old wizard tells you some cryptic bullshit and sends you on an acid trip to prove your worth.

>The magic crystals will show you a vision of the future and apparently deciding to accept that vision is what proves you worthy to have a crystal?

>Pike sees future radiation wheelchair Pike and decides that's a future he can live with if it means stopping SHODAN.

>No explanation of how accepting the vision means that it 100% will come true. Just magic fate/destiny bullshit.

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19dbe3  No.30722

File: 0b5a4e4a4597942⋯.jpg (31.48 KB, 790x492, 395:246, Capture.JPG)

One guy just so happens to survive an attack from the rouge AI they were following and Michael/Spock do not think for even a moment that this guy might actually be said rouge AI, especially when they know it can take over living beings and mimic them. Good job, truly Starfleet's brightests.

>great pointless cameo by Amanda reminding us that there are three (3) women on this show that for some reason want to mother Michael Sue

>EVERY TIME MICHAEL IS NOT IN THE SCENE PEOPLE SHOULD BE ASKING WHERE MICHAEL IS: the show

>a flashback to earlier in the season for the ADHD normies who can't remember shit

>side note, but I got a really low quality torrent of this episode and the show actually looked a great deal better with less sharp details. Really made me think.

>that said, there was a scene where Michael and Saru were walking down a corridor and the lens flare was just killing me. And this was somehow more tolerable than the later scene in the S31 ship where the lens flare was so intense, the characters were completely blocked by the light

>it's cute how the show tries to desperately pretend it also has characters aside from Michael. The gay drama was boring as shit and shouldn't be brought up every episode. Ideally, let the plotline sit for a few episodes and when you actually have time to give it proper screentime, bring it back. But that is impossible in this show.

>where was the dyke engineer these last few episodes? Why didn't she do anything useful last episode, or the one before that, when they actually needed to have a proper engineer doing some actual engineering?

>the moment they started talking about the monastery, I just had an epiphany and realised they only had Pike for this show for more REMEMBER THIS? bait (him becoming a cripple). I was legitimately disgusted by how fucking little the writers care about the audiences and rely on this boring nostalgiabait.

>like >>30720 said, the monastery bit was pure fantasy. At one point I was even thinking parts of it looked like something I'd see in LotR (not to sully the work of Tolkien ofc) rather than Star Trek. Sure, Trek had stories more rooted in fantasy, but that was rare and one-off, more for fun.

>day 348 of wondering where the ship's real CMO is

>MICHAEL BURNHAM ONLY YOU CAN BRING ME THIS INFORMATION THAT WILL ALLOW ME TO BECOME A SUPER COMPUTER BEING sure okay why is Michael so important? Again?

>are they legit saying even without mama Burnham saving her ass all the time, she's still relevant to the fate of the galaxy?

>the time crystal conveniently doesn't show Pike that Kirk and co will take him back to Talos IV after he's been crippled and the Talosians will give him a life back. Which, I mean, would ease Pike's worries just slightly, knowing he at least has some sort of future.

>so Pike says they are going to jump around til they figure out how to use the time crystal. But Michael says that is bullshit and they need to abandon ship for reasons???? How the fuck did Pike not tell her she was a retard and actually agree to this? Why was this an option?

oh boy, more Sarek next episode can't wait to see how irrelevant he will be to the overall story

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f41abf  No.30723

File: e58c9bfefc39ca8⋯.png (361.84 KB, 720x300, 12:5, vlcsnap-1553-03-17-06h34m4….png)

Related pic is from the previous episode, but why the FUCK do Discovery's torpedoes launch from the goddamn nacelles?

>>30722

>where was the dyke engineer these last few episodes?

This gets me thinking about how abrupt, disjointed, and inconsistent this whole show feels. It's honestly amateurish how poorly stitched together it is.

They introduce the dyke engineer in the first episode which set her up as a potentially major character, then the show just forgets about her for 3-4 episode stretches. It feels like she was either tacked-on in reshoots, or she was supposed to have a more prominent role as a mentor/foil for Stamets, but the show decided to save face with the SJW crowd by resurrecting the gay nigger instead.

Where does Admiral Cornflakes go when she's not emasculating Pike in front of the whole crew? Does she just stay in her quarters until something interesting happens? Is she even still on the ship in this episode or did a shuttle come and pick her up? Or did she and Tilly take a day trip somewhere since I notice that spergy ginger tits wasn't around this week either?

Where the fuck was Georgiou this episode? She beamed back to the Discovery at the end of last week and Control/Leland stole their ship, so she must still be kicking around. Why wouldn't she have gone with Burnham and Spock to the other Section 31 ship? That seems like a no-brainer.

And I've said this before but the Control AI is a non-character. It's got to be laziest antagonist I've ever seen in what's supposed to be high-profile TV. Even in this episode when it was talking to Michael it felt completely shallow. Still waiting for a motive beyond "Muuaahahahaha evil computer!"

The biggest WTF inconsistency I picked up on was Pike's line that the fourth of seven red signals appeared over the time crystal planet and it was NEW.

Didn't this whole fucking season step off with the appearance of seven red signals that they've been running around investigating the whole time? Why are they acting like the signals are just showing up now for the first time and they're chasing them as they appear? And if that's the case, how do they know there will be seven again?

Did I miss an explanation somewhere that the original seven signals were something different?

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7478ef  No.30728

>>30715

We all do, lad. We all do.

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df26e6  No.30733

>>30722

>where was the dyke engineer these last few episodes?

In the engineering room, that we still have literally not seen in 20 something episodes. It's no wonder most people think the spore drive room is main engineering and not a science lab on some random deck of the ship.

That "below decks" cartoon concept is actually making a lot more sense because you really could make a whole parody series that's just the rest of the crew hanging out in engineering along with the chief medical officer and mocking all the shit that's going on and how no one on the bridge or spore room have actually talked to them or even seem to act like they exist in over a year.

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fca897  No.30736

File: 62464c2f7319406⋯.webm (1 MB, 900x506, 450:253, STD - torpedoes launched ….webm)

>>30723

>why the FUCK do Discovery's torpedoes launch from the goddamn nacelles?

Because they don't give a shit. Also the perspective and the trajectory of the torpedoes give the impression that the ship is way too big compared to the planet.

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c8c498  No.30740

>>30736

I haven't actually watched this show because I value my time, and this is the first time, I'm seeing the ship in its entirety. Either the perspective is retarded, or the proportions are. The fidget spinner section looks too small, and the drive section is a weird shape. It seriously looks like ass.

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19dbe3  No.30743

>>30733

>That "below decks" cartoon concept is actually making a lot more sense because you really could make a whole parody series that's just the rest of the crew hanging out in engineering along with the chief medical officer and mocking all the shit that's going on and how no one on the bridge or spore room have actually talked to them or even seem to act like they exist in over a year.

This would actually be kinda funny. If the cartoon was made by people who really hated what CBS/Kurtzman were doing with the franchise, it'd be pretty great for like a limited series.

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f41abf  No.30745

File: bcda5a8e4588a4c⋯.jpg (81.56 KB, 851x783, 851:783, disco fries.jpg)

>>30740

The proportions suck. They started with an old Ralph McQuarrie sketch (which IMO was unappealing to begin with) and managed to make it worse.

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4cf084  No.30747

>>30745

But we totally following Rottenberry Vision guize!

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aa96fc  No.30753

File: 94e7fc46214c972⋯.jpg (46.38 KB, 400x402, 200:201, disdain for hasperat.jpg)

>>30745

It looks like they took a reject Klingon hull and welded an undersized pie tin to where the bridge would be.

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81cd8a  No.30754

>>30753

>we will never have a Dukat series where he administers the alpha quadrant with authority and cardassian even temper

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b936d3  No.30778

>>30745

Even McQuarrie's version wasn't as bad as what we got. No fidget spinner obviously, but he also at least had the nacelles raised up so they didn't need to stick out behind the ship half a mile.

And just because post 90's ST likes to ditch the drive section in favor of making the saucer section bigger, there's nothing automatically wrong with a ship having a bigger drive section than a saucer if there's a reason for it. Some sort of big experimental *warp* drive ship with a smaller than normal crew complement. Or a war ship that's intended to be a carrier/torpedo boat and needs the drive section space for a massive hanger bay and extra torpedo tubes.

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b8d73f  No.30780

>>30753

Not only that but with that shuttle bay and ship size it looks like a ship for manlets.

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b0bb9a  No.30800

>>30780

So what do we think for the stupid ending? At this point I'd almost expect Skynet gets the time travel suit and uses it to send the signals that causes causes Discovery to find the sphere data in the first place in the first place. The sphere data causes the Discovery's computer to become alive too so it and Skynet's Sec 31 ship fight each other while Disco's crew evacuates. Then with some final bullshit involving the shroom drive, the suit is destroyed, and Skynet gets thrown through time and space to the distant past way out in the beta quadrant and the disco is thrown to where ever it was in the future during that shortbus trek story.

It sounds just stupid enough to seem plausible except it doesn't let Michael single handedly save the universe, so that can't be right.

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b0bb9a  No.30801

>>30800

>beta quadrant

I meant delta quadrant obviously

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8e66eb  No.30809

File: 4c58d3aafeca031⋯.webm (6.82 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, dead space oko with audio.webm)

mfw reading this

im so glad i dropped this shit (season 2) two episodes in

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084d8d  No.30812

>>30800

>the signals that causes Discovery to find the sphere data

I thought mammy Burnham said she did some time/gravity fuckery to put the sphere in Discovery's path?

As for how this ends? The crew will ultimately gain the upper hand over the AI via a good old fashioned Deus Ex Michael, but won't be able to contain it/destroy it. Mammy Burnham makes it back from the future, decides everything is her fault (a trait inherited by her daughter) and sacrifices herself by getting injected with the AI and crash landing the time suit a million years in the past. She becomes the first borg queen.

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199823  No.30821

File: e2182bc006fd1ce⋯.jpg (169.46 KB, 995x804, 995:804, sybok.jpg)

>>30812

>Mammy Burnham makes it back from the future, decides everything is her fault (a trait inherited by her daughter) and sacrifices herself by getting injected with the AI and crash landing the time suit a million years in the past. She becomes the first borg queen.

This is one of the dumbest ideas I've ever read. But since this is STD, you're probably exactly right. It's so stupid that they'll probably do that.

Remember the simpler times, when we all thought that ST5 was as bad as Trek could get? I re-watched that movie this past weekend. And I was shocked by how much I enjoyed it. Sure, it's silly and goofy. But I found myself more entertained by ST5 than by STD.

I still can't quite wrap my head around that even as I type it. STD is so awful that I found myself genuinely preferring a Shatner vanity project instead. Alex Kurtzman, you made me like The Final Goddamn Frontier. You have accomplished a miracle. You actually made me like the OTHER Spock sibling for the first time ever.

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9b4a1d  No.30822

>>30821

>This is one of the dumbest ideas I've ever read.

It also goes completely against canon, making it even more likely.

Actually, thinking more about it the show already pulled a bait and switch with the red angel. It was so heavily foreshadowed that it was Mikey to the point where they made it the focus of an episode, only to rug-pull it to be her mom.

I'm thinking they might be doing something similar here by using things like the nano-bots and borg-like language. The AI says something similar to "resistance is futile" at one point. The show will build up toward a borg origin story and then GOTCHA! and just delete the AI.

Or maybe they'll figure out a way for the AI to evolve and it'll become some benevolent higher power and that's what been sending the red signals.

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fca897  No.30823

>>30821

I liked The Final Frontier, it was quite comfy. I know people hate it because "muh god" but I thought it was great to see the crew have fun and going on an adventure.

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52844e  No.30828

>>30821

I mean it gave Spock a never before mentioned sibling, but in a way that not only doesn't violate canon but even kind of explains some of Spock's poor relationship with his father. A villain that's actually scary; a fiendishly clever Vulcan that has not only embraced his emotions but has no qualms in abusing his mental powers and is utterly convince in the righteousness of his goal, the scale of the story is kept to the point where he seems like a credible threat without godmoding bullshit or implausible giant super weapons. Plus a powerful alien pretending to be a god is hardly a huge departure for ST.

Downplay the slapstick, reduce the Shatnering, and make the final scene slightly less anticlimatic and it would be a perfectly serviceable plot

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d1f2ba  No.30829

>>30823

I thought it was very underrated as well.

People think 4 is better than it is, but that's just because it's setting is "not too weird" and thus appealed to a wider audience i.e. people who shouldn't be watching Trek in the first place.

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0bc78f  No.30830

>>30823

and it gave us one of the best ST lines

>What does God need with a starship?

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52844e  No.30832

Apparently the new rumor is the discovery and crew get sent into the far future where the federation doesn't even exist anymore as we know it, ala Andromeda, so they can stop having people bitch at them about "canon". Basically letting the show have voyager style adventures in an alternate future version of the Alpha quadrant where they can rewrite every single aspect of old trek they want. This seems doubtful as I can't see the woke types being willing to harmlessly sequester themselves to their own little universe instead of continuing their mission of subverting main line trek in the name of diversity.

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199823  No.30833

>>30829

In fairness, #4 had a very satisfying and well-earned ending. The crew of the Enterprise standing trial, with Spock standing with them out of friendship without even knowing what their punishment for some serious crimes may be. And then the Federation politicians demonstrate an astonishing degree of common sense: telling the Enterprise crew they're free to keep doing what they do best. It was a wonderful scene.

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fca897  No.30835

>>30832

So…they're finally making the show that people wanted?

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5cc25a  No.30841

>>30832

>the far future where the federation doesn't even exist anymore as we know it

So kind of like the present day STD timeline where the federation doesn't even exist as we know it?

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fd33df  No.30849

>>30828

The initial plot was that they reach hell and it's satan who is there, and they have to band together after all having been at each others' throats. The fedoras tarded out and defanged Shatner's point about cult leaders leading people to hell.

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a2ca79  No.30885

>>30832

>discovery and crew get sent into the far future

The latest episode would seem to confirm this, unless they're saving a last-minute asspull for the finale.

I'd almost be willing to accept this as a clean slate and a fresh new direction for the show if I had any goodwill left to give, but after two years of terrible writing and intensely unlikable characters, I couldn't give less of a shit.

Unless Mikey dies, of course. Murder that shit spewing porch monkey cunt in the cold vacuum and I'll forgive just about any sin.

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aa96fc  No.30891

>>30885

Even autismo spock?

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4a62ed  No.30892

>>30891

no, Spork will shave his hobo beard, put on a blue 25% different shirt and go off with the Enterprise, where he eventually decides all this shit was extremely stupid and the most logical course of action is to never speak of it again

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570209  No.30894

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I just hope it ends with an explanation for that age old question, Why is Captain Kirk climbing a mountain?

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8f73e8  No.30910

A buddy of mine who dropped the show somewhere around S1E4 asked me what the Red Angel shit in this season was all about and he was struck speechless by the sheer autism of it once I gave him the tl;dr.

I still don't understand one thing. I am going to presume whatever the fuck Michael is going to do (I'm snoozing on the main plot, it's hardly the most exciting thing ever) isn't going to rewrite the past because that would make everything that happened on the show completely pointless. She and Sarek left on a very positive note. Now, unless some other bullshit happens that ends up sullying that, why didn't Sarek, through Picard, mention amongst his son and two wives the girl he adopted and who ended up saving the galaxy? Is Alex Kurtzman aware of the episode Sarek?

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aa96fc  No.30912

>>30910

I bet the only reason Kurtzman even knows who Sarek is because he did a Jewgle search for "who was Spock's dad."

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503081  No.30928

So it looks like to somehow save the last bit of continuity they are hurling Discovery into the future - this would also make the spore drive inaccessible for Starfleet, which would explain why it was never mentioned again. They already scrapped the holographic communication, so it looks like they are getting ready for a blank slate. In one of the Short Treks Discovery already was in the future for thousands of years, so I'd say it's 90% confirmed at that point.

I guess this would actually be the best path they could go for at this point, all the other terrible stuff we can just forget and basically have a show like VOY 2.0 (a ship being left alone far from the Federation in unknown territory) but the question is, how fucking far into the future do they actually need to go? We know from ENT that there is the Termporal Cold War in the 29th century with a fully functioning Federation, and assuming they don't want to pick that up (which would make Discovery useless, it would be like having a Roman galley in a fleet full of Dreadnoughts), they would have to go Warhammer40k tier thousands of years into the future or possible into another galaxy. It would pretty much abandon any notion of Star Trek, considering that all the other species and empires we know would be gone at least how we know them. It could be possibly interesting if they portray how some species and cultures evolved after thousands of years, maybe the Dominion was taken over by the Vorta, the Borg incorporated individualism into their collective consciousness and are now the good guys, the Ferengi being a parody of capitalists are now a parody of communists, etc. - again, the possibilities exist but I just don't trust the STD writers to make it actually interesting, just like the VOY writers largely failed to created a sense of the unknown for the Delta Quadrant (but at least we got some nice TNGish episodes). And then of course we have a largely dislikeable crew except maybe Saru.

But hey, at least he Enterprise interior looked decent.

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199823  No.30932

>>30885

>unless they're saving a last-minute asspull for the finale.

Last-minute asspulls are STD's stock-in-trade. Count on it.

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570209  No.30960

So who was the queen nerd that knows Tilly, was that character a straight ass pull out of nowhere?

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4c5cea  No.30963

>>30960

She's from one of the Shortbus Trek episodes. Mary Sue of the highest caliber.

TLDR: She ran away from home because she invented renewables re-crystallization which might wreck her planet's petroleum dilithum based economy. Tilly convinces her to go home and be a leader after a patented Women Supporting Women (TM) speech. She figures out how transporters work just by looking at one.

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240d5e  No.30965

>>30963

Don't forget that nonsense about how she was born at the same time as her planet.

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49e024  No.31010

File: 733dc8c7c3f3138⋯.gif (1.46 MB, 400x300, 4:3, I_don't_think_so_jew.gif)

>>30963

Wait is the mary sue literally holding the fed hostage to dillithium because her planet is a net exporter of dillithium? Sounds more like a (((marysue))) then anything.

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c8965b  No.31039

File: c8bcf4070bd7b1a⋯.png (1.23 MB, 1280x688, 80:43, vlcsnap-9327-11-15-01h32m5….png)

Just when I thought this show couldn't be any fucking worse they recycled a plot point from both VOY and ENT and the notEnterprise gets an undetonated torpedo lodged in the saucer. But never fear! This is the Trek for people who don't like Trek so it's R2-D2's retarded cousin to the rescue!

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ad29f2  No.31042

File: 4508e9f1b387c04⋯.jpg (21.89 KB, 320x320, 1:1, 1416775451809.jpg)

Well, on the upside, "Shades of Gray" is no longer the worst S2 ender of a Trek show.

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d69347  No.31043

File: 92a621adfda87b3⋯.png (1.81 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1555637515.png)

The only good thing about this episode

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f6213a  No.31045

>>31039

Looks like R2-D2 cucked WALL-E

what happened anyway? anything?

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c8965b  No.31046

>>31045

Half of the episode was basically a clip show recap of this season. Mikey was the red angel who sent the signals because every location had a person or item they needed to win the big fight with Leland. So they show her traveling back in time to each one to save a buck. The timey-wimey plot holes are ridiculous, but I'm too exhausted with this show to get into it.

Leland's drone ships have a big battle with notEnterprise and Discovery. Enterprise gets hit with that torpedo and Admiral Corn Nuts dies when it goes off because some genius designed the emergency bulkhead manual override only on one side of the bulkhead and she had to stay behind to close it. The Klingons & Kelpians (who have learned how to pilot warp capable battle ships in like… days?) show up to help and the D7's save the day.

Spock's shuttle gets damaged so he has to stay behind and has an "emotional" goodbye with Mikey where he confirms that he's a complete and utter waste of life without the guiding hand of Saint Michael. She's his "balance" or some shit and he actually fucking hell god baby damn no says "I love you" in Vulcan.

Mikey leads Discovery through the time wormhole thing to 900 years in the future (we don't see them arrive there) while Georgiou kills Leland in the spore drive cage. The whole point of taking Discovery to the future was to hide the sphere data from Leland, so I'm not fucking sure why they bothered going through with it if they killed him in the first place?

Pike, Spock, and Tyler all lie to Starfleet command about what happened (they say Discovery was destroyed, Mikey is a hero, yadda yadda) and the big long-promised explanation for how everything will resolve itself and tie into existing continuity is that Spock recommends to Starfleet that no one ever speak of Discovery again under penalty of treason in order to keep the existence of the time suit and spore drive secret.

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ad29f2  No.31047

>>31045

A lot of explosions, the STD crew fucked off to Parts Unknown and it's now illegal to talk about anything that happened on the show in the Federation. Note this all sounds better than what actually happened.

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49e024  No.31054

File: 3629bf64213a839⋯.jpg (79.47 KB, 675x412, 675:412, Help Me.jpg)

>>31046

So it's finally over. Discovery has reached peak diversity. It was never about control or any of that. That faggot stammets was the last white male on board and he died.

Terrible episode, turns out there was no need of mikey at all, because georgeau actually defeated control. Apparently against a nanotech enhanced murderbot CQC is the only way to go. No idea why they didn't animate the crews of those ships or why a virus like control didn't I don't know replicate or just beam over a ton of nanites onto discovery or any number of things that anyone who thought about it for half a second would think of.

These people were too stupid to think of even a timey wimey solution to their fuck ov of a timeline. But hey WOMEN right. I mean literally every single male left on the show (and there is not very many of them) except the niggerfaggot got told off (and the niggerfaggot only didnt because his whitepussyboi is dead). Women solved everythign (except they didn't) and apparently every one thinks never talking about the Diversity ever again is a great idea.

And I can't blame them. It's been a hell of a ride thru some of the worst scripting, continuity, assgrabs (hello queen yaaaas slay, hello sister you totally didnt gain dogfighting skills from a hrule simulator in a manner remiscent of battlefield earth). But I am satisfied with one thing.

Jet RENO is officially the worst engineer in Starfleet. They asked her to do it in half the time and she could not deliver because she is a bad engineer.

So im glad its over and I'm also glad I watched it. I have never seen a crew and staff and writers suffer from so much diversity. Im sure the inevitable cancellation will be a sigh of relief to some of them but I can safely say one thing,

>Voyager and Enterprise are not the worst Star Trek, this was by heaps and reams.

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49e024  No.31055

File: 31225e3a7d74e9f⋯.jpg (167.43 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, pretty_bad_at_this.jpg)

>>31043

Also shouldn't the D7's be firing Disruptor cannon's and not beam arrays? They canonly have a phaser array in the head of the ship but those big honking guns off the wingythingy's are supposed to be cannon's no?

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fdaa64  No.31057

>>31054

>Jet RENO is officially the worst engineer in Starfleet.

And all she was doing was charging a fucking battery.

<I can't change the laws of physics!

Meanwhile, Kirk wants a cold start of the warp drive and what does a real engineer say?

>I cannae change the laws of physics I told 'im, BUT he wouldn't listen! So I came up with a whole new engine start-up routine!

Work around the laws of physics you dumb cunt. That's what they pay you for.

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f6213a  No.31059

File: 9897b717c0b83d3⋯.jpg (27.86 KB, 474x355, 474:355, th.jpg)

>>31047

>the STD crew fucked off to Parts Unknown and it's now illegal to talk about anything that happened on the show in the Federation.

well, they're listening to the fans, maybe

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78a904  No.31061

>>31045

>what happened anyway? anything?

Lots of explosions, Admiral Brianna Wu gets killed and Mickey Burnham was the Red Angel™ all along.

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211ea0  No.31063

>>31061

So everything /strek/ predicted that would happen, happened?

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78a904  No.31065

>>31063

Yep and now the show will probably take place in the post-Nemesis future.

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49e024  No.31066

>>31065 >>31063

we don't know how far, its possible that it's even post temporal cold war future which is just a long way of saying the not canon future. But yes, basically their desire to move away from "captains" made a mary sue character on par with the original mary sue (as roughly 1 entire hour of groveling and goodbyes over this last 2.5 episodes has prooven) because she was the mc aka all the power none of the responsibility of captain. Its a real sin because some of the characters were approaching not complete shit until "Talking and feelings in corridors" took over and ruined everything. Would have been nice to see jojo get one upped just once but apparently an organic super computer ai just wasn't enough.

Oh Well it's Utter and Complete Shit and I feel bad for even watching it ironically Lets never talk of it again.

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5f4511  No.31067

>>31066

>made a mary sue character on par with the original mary sue

She is quite literally the Mary-Sue to every single detail. Have you not read the Mary_Sue story?

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ad29f2  No.31069

>>31065

>the show will probably take place in the post-Nemesis future

If this were a vaguely plausible Star Trek show that would more or less be a death sentence given all the tech that we see involved even within the confines of the post-Voyager Federation, let alone closer to the time-traveling era Feds. However the show is crap, so that's not something any of us have to be concerned over. I suspect whatever garbage they film will be set in some new galaxy or in a post-apocalyptic Milky Way Galaxy.

Oh, wait, they could get included in ENT time travel shenanigans now too…

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41b8fb  No.31070

File: 3f40c5e486f0866⋯.jpg (135.01 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, C__Data_Users_DefApps_AppD….jpg)

>>31066

>. Would have been nice to see jojo get one upped

I want to see her mindbroken to the point of tearfully apologizing for all the wrongs she's done, and then brainwashed/lobotomized into being a polite, cheerful grandma who sells flowers on a street corner.

Death is too good for her.

Death of personality is the only fitting faith

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503081  No.31078

>>31039

There was a DS9 episode too where they got an undetonated torpedo into the Defiant, I don't remember how it was called but it was basically influenced by a submarine fight. Quark and some alien ambassador of the week disable it.

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8f73e8  No.31079

No one besides me cared, but the only thing I am "glad" about is them remembering the Discovery actually has a CMO who isn't the gay guy. Mind you, it took them about 10 episodes, but this is a Alex Kurtzman lead show we're talking about here.

>>31046

>Mikey leads Discovery through the time wormhole thing to 900 years in the future (we don't see them arrive there) while Georgiou kills Leland in the spore drive cage. The whole point of taking Discovery to the future was to hide the sphere data from Leland, so I'm not fucking sure why they bothered going through with it if they killed him in the first place?

my question is why did no one think to use magnets to neutralise Leland when apparently it was pretty easy to do? And you raise a fair point, why did the Discovery have to fuck off if Leland AI was killed? It feels like these two storylines (the Red Angel and the rouge AI) were different ideas that someone meshed together but didn't think it should also make sense. Right now, I still have no idea how these two stories relate to one another.

I guess at least we saw nuSpock 2.0 shave his dumb beard.

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b4f520  No.31080

The suit is ready. Burnham and Spock then have a long, emotional goodbye in the shuttle bay, while it's clear that every second they delay, people are dying. How very logical.

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060a3c  No.31083

File: ed9e309ec415205⋯.png (1.2 MB, 1280x688, 80:43, vlcsnap-4908-07-12-10h12m5….png)

>>31079

>I guess at least we saw nuSpock 2.0 shave his dumb beard.

He somehow manages to look worse without it.

The medical officer is Dr. Pollard according to memory alpha (where this show doesn't belong), but she's not identified as the chief. I guess that makes sense considering in addition to a CMO the ship also seems to lack a chief engineer.

I liked how even in the heat of battle when Pike told her to do her best despite the lack of resources she still found time to offer some backchat like "No, now's when I'm going to slack off" or some shit. Or Janet Reno telling Saru to get off her ass after being ORDERED by a SUPERIOR OFFICER to hustle up.

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8f73e8  No.31085

>>31083

>The medical officer is Dr. Pollard according to memory alpha (where this show doesn't belong), but she's not identified as the chief. I guess that makes sense considering in addition to a CMO the ship also seems to lack a chief engineer.

I could've sworn the black lady was the CMO. That just confuses me more. Did Alex Kurtzman not know (yes) that Trek shows typically have a CMO (yes) as part of the main cast (yes)? And that he actually has an important role on the ship (yes)?

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5e5e9a  No.31091

>>31054

>So it's finally over.

Nope.

https://www.tvguide.com/news/star-trek-discovery-renewed-season-3-new-showrunner/

>Star Trek: Discovery isn't going away anytime soon. The CBS All Access series is getting a third season, along with a new showrunner.

>Writer Michelle Paradise, who boarded Discovery midway through Season 2, has been promoted to co-showrunner. She'll share top duties with Alex Kurtzman who also has his hands full expanding the Trek universe — a Picard series, Michelle Yeoh spin-off, and two animated series are just a few of his projects currently in the works. Paradise previously served as an executive producer on the CW series The Originals and the LOGO drama Exes & Ohs.

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060a3c  No.31093

>>31091

>Star Trek: Discovery isn't going away anytime soon.

I like how this is worded as if it's a threat.

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f6213a  No.31094

>>31093

the pozzing will continue until morale improves

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49e024  No.31097

>>31091

I honestly doubt it , I have a feeling it's not going to start tape in july or even if it does I have a feeling that my progressive lesbian showrunner will lift tail and run once its obvious that the show is gonna be flop.

Either way, its definitely over for me. I can't even enjoy how bad it is and I watch some terrible tv. Paradise is pretty obviously the "Feelings in corridors person" and I wish that she has all the best. I guess the real tell will be if the show actually follows mikey or not. You could make a pretty decent third season out of pike and cheeseburger lady and spock if they are all played to character instead of against it. but at that point its a prequel to the TOS which means they are just waiting for a man to come along which we know will never happen.

I guess I'll have to put my dollar in an envelop and check the dirtsheets later.

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aa96fc  No.31099

>>31091

From the recap the other anon gave, it sounds like they've tied up this storyline more like hacked at the innumerable loose ends with a machete in the way series finales usually do. Maybe they'll try something like >>31097 , but I don't think it's likely. They've already destroyed any possibility of Trek's core demographic enjoying this series in any way; a show that constantly reminds them these characters were much better and had much deeper development in an unaired pilot episode of TOS won't make them come back. The "new demographic" of leftist harpies (which I must assume is tiny) doesn't care enough about The Cage to watch a show based on those characters, and will lose interest if their genderbent sheboon isn't in it.

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a74c24  No.31100

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Take this three-seconds clip.

Now, stretch it longer and longer, until it becomes a Current Year© "Star Trek" series.

You will get Star Trek: Discovery.

And you will get a sexually transmitted disease, too.

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49e024  No.31107

File: 3e35901c5fc67b5⋯.jpg (409.98 KB, 1149x580, 1149:580, let_go.jpg)

>>31099

I think this is more or less it. They caught themselves on the fork. No one cares about queer adventures in the 3100's without whitemen (and no faggets don't count) and their pride as cat collectors won't allow them to salvage a season as a bridge to the TOS (not to mention that I think their prospect of resigning Anson Mount is slightly less then a snowball's chance in hell).

Im still trying to figure out how they managed to fuck up the episode every 8 day formula that more or less stuck with Startrek for 15 years or close to. Must be all the diversity.

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c8c498  No.31108

File: 713485c32e2449d⋯.jpg (116.21 KB, 517x601, 517:601, be9d9eeb8397a11d249ef8d49f….jpg)

>>31091

>>So it's finally over.

>Nope.

>>a Picard series, Michelle Yeoh spin-off, and two animated series are just a few of his projects currently in the works

STD may not be dead, but trek in general certainly is. We had a good run, guys.

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13db6d  No.31112

File: 00655bbe71bb769⋯.gif (1.88 MB, 500x370, 50:37, 00655bbe71bb769ece9cd399dd….gif)

>>31108

>but trek in general certainly is

No it fucking isn't. It is being forcibly kept alive in a manner that would make any Necromancer shudder in disgust. You fucking wish it was dead. Instead this one show rapes the lore, the universe, the characters harder than even Star Wars TLJ managed to do.

They fucked up things I didn't even conceive of and made me sick to my stomach with their stories even though it has been many years since I last watched any of the shows.

I FEEL THE PAIN AND I DON'T EVEN WATCH THE FUCKING THING

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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570209  No.31115

>>IT'S DEFCON LEVEL FUN!

<<YUM YUM!!

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49e024  No.31128

File: 88856e814042e2c⋯.gif (85.76 KB, 192x197, 192:197, time_for_AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA….gif)

>>31112

It's okay, you can just ignore everything from nemesis on and be okay.

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8f73e8  No.31129

Michelle Yeoh was in some shit I saw recently and all I could think was how poorly her character is treated in STD. I feel like a Mirror Universe Empress coming over to the main universe has potential (even if the reason Michael took her was fucking retarded), especially if you make it a bit tongue in cheek, but STD makes no use of her besides

>haha in my universe everyone casually eats sentient species and fucks each other and did I mention I am actually evil >:))))

which gets boring fast. It wasn't her only issue (like everyone else, Georgiou is too dependent on Michael, a black hole of a character), but it's an obvious one.

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78a904  No.31131

>>31129

>all I could think was how poorly her character is treated in STD.

The writers tried to redeem the character but it was a huge mistake, she is literally worse than Hitler, you can't change people's perception of the character just by having her act friendly towards Burnham. To this day I think Mirror Lorca was the lesser of the two evils and could've had a redemption arc if the showrunners and the writers didn't hate the character they've never said it openly but it's noticable in the writing.

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49e024  No.31133

File: bf9384f557ead78⋯.jpg (332.36 KB, 990x660, 3:2, a972e8412022ea936dc888c01c….jpg)

>>31131

Well I mean lorca has a penis so do they really have to say it?

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1a7dd2  No.31331

Did they really not have the balls to keep the gay guys apart? Why didn't the admiral just tie a shoestring around the handle, step out and pull it. Why THE FUCK did they go into the future if the AI was defeated?

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199823  No.31350

>>31331

Because of the incompetent writing.

Ain't no in-universe-logicking gonna solve these riddles. Everything boils down to Alex Kurtzman&friends not having a fucking idea how to write long-form TV. They are winging it. Badly.

If CBS execs had half a brain between them, they'd hire JMS himself to conduct a full-scale long-form-TV-boot-camp-from-hell on the entire Discovery production team, Gunnery Sergeant fucking Hartman style.

"Were you born a completely shitty braindead useless hack of a writer, Private Kurtzman? Or did you have to work at it?"

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53c9ad  No.31383

>>31350

A lot of it has to do with it not being clear whether or not there would be a second season. Season 1 was moderately successful AFAIK, so they renewed it, I don't know if anybody liked the second one. I haven't heard any normie talk about it, while I heard quite a few talking about season 1. My gf who is a casual/normie ST watcher said she was hooked in season 1 but got extremely annoyed at season 2 (I heard her scream "so fucking stupid" from the other room a couple of times).

I think partly they also were inspired by The Expanse being such a surprise success and thought they could make a space opera of their own, but the former was based on well-reviewed books so it was able to put the pieces in place from the very beginning, and able to drag out storylines, STD rushed everything. That whole "Battle of the Binary Stars" opener including her joining Discovery in episode 3 could have been an entire season, or maybe half a season. But everything is dealt in a pace that makes you feel everybody is constantly worried to miss their train, it's a very uncomfortable show to watch, the shaky cams, dark lighting, oversaturation etc. didn't help. Whoever designed the show to be like this must have been an idiot.

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881b47  No.31385

>>31383

The first two seasons were already paid for by Netflix as part of their international distribution deal, S1's success or lack thereof had no bearing on the series being renewed. I don't know what gave you the impression that S1 was moderately successful. From anecdotal observation, I've yet to come across anyone who was even uncaring about it; everyone I know who gives even half a shit about star trek hates STD. The information provided by CBS isn't reassuring, either. They keep insisting that STD was a great success, but they never provide any metrics as to ratings, or the number of subscribers it brought to All-Access. And that silence is deafening.

>I think partly they also were inspired by The Expanse being such a surprise success

I admire your optimism in thinking that anyone involved with STD thought that far ahead.

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8b186a  No.31585

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I laughed

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8b186a  No.31586

File: ef40f3d36405a27⋯.webm (10.02 MB, 854x480, 427:240, Star Trek Discovery Seaso….webm)

>>31585

Here's the WebM

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881b47  No.31587

>>31586

Surprisingly watchable for HackFraudMedia.

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df0712  No.31602

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math

fuck yeaaaaah

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df0712  No.31603

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so I haven't watched any of season 2 of STD but I get the feeling it not only didn't improve since season 1, they are actually doubling down on the shittiness.

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dbf253  No.31605

>>31603

Actually I think there were some minor improvements. There appeared to have been budget cuts so there was slightly less mind-numbing action. The story was at least one story rather than a series of barely-related events. They do ruin the one good character though, and you have to watch Spock be a bearded closet homo.

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a5d984  No.31606

>>31603

In some ways it was better. There was at least one actually good episode (the Saru one). But I almost respect season 1 more for having some kind of vision, and not seeming so desperate. Lorca was a better character than Pike. Pike was just shallow fanservice.

Depends if you'd rather watch a series fail on it's own terms, or fail while sniveling at your feet for you to like it.

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9c0e66  No.31607

>>31586

I LOVE THIS JOB YUM YUM

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431d69  No.31625

>>31606

>Lorca was a better character than Pike. Pike was just shallow fanservice.

Yeah, in order to make the characters constant disregard of the captains' orders and authority not seem like total bullshit, you need the captain to be set up as a villain or at least an untrustworthy character that the crew *should* be rebelling against. Lorca fit this perfectly well, so when ever Mikey told him off it was acceptable from a narrative standpoint. While Pike was clearly a decent guy and leader so having Mikey telling him off just made her look even more unlikable and further pushed yass qween slaayy! fuck you cissy white dudes this is not your star trek anymore! bullshit.

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bef3c4  No.31633

>>31605

>The story was at least one story rather than a series of barely-related events.

I guess in the sense that the main thrust of the season was "figure out the red angel" then yeah, it was an improvement over S1 which just sort of felt like it bounced around with no coherent goal. But everything that spun off from the main story still felt like a disjointed clusterfuck of barely-competent plot points. It's like the writers just had a bunch of bullet points on a white board for "Possible Season 2 Plots" and just said "Fuck it, let's do them all!"

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a1a67f  No.31636

>>31603

Season 2 is much worse than Season 1, so much shittyness , gayness, and women.

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a1a67f  No.31637

>>31383

The Expanse was so successful it got canceled! Hope STD reaches that level of success.

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47d38e  No.31657

Got some news for you all

https://dailystormer.name/kike-r-startrek-mods-announce-plan-to-ban-anyone-who-wont-shill-for-discovery/

Kike r/StarTrek Mods Announce Plan to Ban Anyone Who Won’t Shill for Discovery

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer

May 29, 2019

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881b47  No.31661

>>31657

>reddit is being reddit

So where's this news you wanted to tell us?

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a5d984  No.31662

>>31657

Is there an alternative Trek Reddit? Maybe I'll make one, and bully the STDfags by refusing to moderate wrongthink.

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dbf253  No.31663

>>31662

Maybe you can never post here again .

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a5d984  No.31664

>>31663

Don't be a sperg.

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9118c9  No.31665

>>31662

You can do it, but it will take a long time to build up a following. Might be worth it though. No good scifi spots on plebbit.

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881b47  No.31676

>>31662

>>31663

>>31664

>>31665

If you really can't resist usernames and upboats, just use Voat instead of reddit. Even if you managed to get an alternative subreddit popular, it would get shoa'd by the admins for russian bot hatespeech or whatever.

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a5d984  No.31683

>>31676

I don't even use Reddit, I just want to subvert their platform for a giggle.

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768c4d  No.31687

>>31683

>>31662

>>31664

I'm going to fuck you in the ass.

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881b47  No.31702

>>31687

And why is that?

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a5d984  No.31705

>>31702

I think it's because he's gay.

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4b5ae6  No.32016

File: 6abe2d50cfadc7d⋯.jpg (111.92 KB, 694x530, 347:265, 1481074061027.jpg)

>tfw currently in a chat with people who unironically and sincerely defend STD by saying, and I quote letter for letter, "Discovery barely broke cannon smh"

The Klingons, the spore drive, and the new appearance of Enterprise are a couple I can think of off the top of my head, but what are some others that you all can think of?

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542a36  No.32017

File: 27606ba030dc994⋯.jpg (66.64 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, std tribunal.jpg)

>>32016

I like to juxtapose this STD tribunal with the one from Measure of a Man or any other similar episode. It's not just about muh canon, it's more about how it's not Star Trek.

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881b47  No.32018

>>32016

Uniforms, Spock being an autist, Spock having an adoptive sheboon sister, Federation using Borg-tier augments and artificial limbs, all the Mirror Universe shit, and Section 31 not even trying to hide their existence. I'm sure there are others.

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fbd063  No.32019

>>31705

Definitely because of the gay.

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3ff560  No.32026

>>32018

>Spock being an autist

STD Spock is dyslexic.

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3ff560  No.32028

>>32016

There's a lot to say about the Klingorcs and how it's not canon. Their appearances (4 nostrils, their skin, etc.), the nonsense about how they "shave their heads when they're at war", the fact they burry their dead (in reality to them a body is just a vessel, once its dead they don't give a shit anymore).

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fb1cab  No.32051

>>32016

It's basically bad tier fan fiction by retards that have never watched Star Trek before.

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02d6b1  No.32085

If Netflix isn't going to pick up the Short treks like Calypso, then how will we watch it? I want to see the short treks. The Calypso was much better, then the regular season crap.

I just wish they had used the Harry Belafonte song in it. Banana boat would have been perfecxt in Calypso.

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569b0e  No.32086

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it must be hard coming up with original ideas for trek.

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3a993e  No.32087

>>30617

You'd think they'd have put more thought into calling a show disproportionably filled with faggots STD.

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881b47  No.32090

File: 498a46dcf2c3ccb⋯.webm (280.87 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, i'm-gonna-say-it-real-slo….webm)

>>32085

>I want to see the short treks.

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7f4cc7  No.32091

>>32090

Alex Jones is god tier. He would be a great Captain for the next series. He could Captain Section 31.

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4b5ae6  No.32096

>>32091

>Implying he'd work for the very thing he'd want destroyed

>Implying he wouldn't be a loose cannon captain who eventually goes the route of Maxwell (and, like Maxwell, would be completely justified and correct in doing so)

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7f4cc7  No.32100

>>32096

Perfect, he would be perfect. That is what all the best Captains have done. Toe the party line captains like Captain Georgio almost got the whole Galaxy destroyed.

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79dd19  No.32149

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The stages of grief are compete. Mike is now basically saying Discovery is for low iq retards.

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9eec9f  No.32153

File: b0974e4e093576f⋯.jpg (31.65 KB, 480x270, 16:9, giphy-facebook_s.jpg)

>>32149

Jesus, that was brutal.

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b0ac7e  No.32156

>>32149

>now

Mike has worse taste than most every other star trek fan.

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881b47  No.32162

>>32156

This should surprise nobody. HackFraudMedia shilled and heaped praise on TFA for merchandise. Merchandise, what little dignity they ever had is so insubstantial it can be bought off with plastic shit from China.

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635815  No.32171

File: 50eb0ab1737b076⋯.webm (496.77 KB, 480x360, 4:3, captain picard is upset.webm)

>>32149

I'd just like to point out that I've paid zero attention to STD. I've seen almost nothing. That clip of Spock saying "I like science" is the single worst thing I've ever seen in Star Trek. I can't remember the last time I've cringed that hard.

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45d7a0  No.32172

>>32149

They made a valiant attempt to criticize the story, but the story is so nonsensical it's almost immune. It's like trying to criticize a rock for being hard.

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70311d  No.32175

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 will introduce a non-binary character

>While there will always be a vocal minority filled with trolls and haters who balk at the idea of diversity in Hollywood, it’s quite clear that the industry is placing a focus on inclusion and acceptance, whether it be in movies, on the small screen, or even in video games. While Gene Roddenberry’s enduring sci-fi franchise has always been at the forefront of change – the famous kiss between Kirk and Uhura is proof enough– it looks like Star Trek: Discovery is looking to round out its cast of diverse characters.

>As reported by Discussing Film, it seems CBS is searching for a non-binary character for the show’s upcoming third season. There aren’t many details to go off of, but it sounds like this individual will be named AIDRA (we’re not sure if the all caps is a typo, or deliberate), and is said to be very intelligent and self-confident.

>Apparently, CBS is looking for someone over the age of 18 to play a 16-year-old. It’s worth noting that Discussing Film seems to have gotten their information from an inside source, and as a result, this news should be taken with a grain of salt for the time being.

https://archive.fo/ksu80

"very intelligent and self-confident" so like 99% of the characters on STD? Not really diverse…

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4431b4  No.32176

File: 8438a12539111ae⋯.jpg (29.67 KB, 474x280, 237:140, spockspecalhat.jpg)

>>32171

yes, they turned Spock into such literal asspie, it's almost beyond the point of mockery. Any joke you could make about it won't be as bad as what they actually did in the show.

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70311d  No.32178

>>32176

I still can't believe that they've turned him into a dyslexic and wrote it like if it was a magical thing, like how Hollywood uses autism in their scripts.

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4cb79b  No.32182

>>32175

Wasn't there already a non-binary character in Star Trek? Not as a crew member, but TNG had the episode with the androgynous race.

Everyone here should rewatch that episode. What was originally a fairly simplistic aligory for gay right is now a disturbingly accurate portrayal of modern liberal gender politics.

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ad7b3a  No.32183

>>32182

>Not as a crew member

Wasn't a main character so it doesn't count towards the wokeness quota, I guess.

Enterprise did an episode about a species with a third gender, too.

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881b47  No.32184

>>32182

These people aren't Star Trek fans, they're parasites that invade the bodies of well-loved franchises and reanimate them for their own purposes. If it wasn't a main cast member they don't know about it.

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f6213a  No.32186

>>32182

Making the character be of a genderless species would be very 90s, very Orville-y, very Bernie-bro. Even if well-intentioned, it ultimately sends the message that there's something abnormal, literally "alien" about identifying as non-binary. To be really ground-breaking and diverse, xe should be a non-binary human, or at least a familiar humanoid species (Vulcan, Negro, etc). Also, xe should be an extraordinarily talented super-genius. I worry a bit about Michael being overshadowed.

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70311d  No.32187

>>32182

>Wasn't there already a non-binary character in Star Trek?

One of the main characters on DS9 was non-binary (Dax).

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c8c498  No.32188

Don't forget that some have tried to claim that Andorians have four genders because of a line about four people being needed for an Andorian wedding. They forget a human marriage also traditionally requires four people: a groom, a bride, an officiant, and a witness.

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4431b4  No.32190

>>32175

I'm waiting for the big moment they add a overtly Muslim character in a head scarf to the show after the franchise basically shit on organized human religions for 40 years

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529a18  No.32191

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>>32190

retconned in TNG. Cultural Marxism takes time.

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a0332f  No.32196

>>32190

Sisko was a muslim.

In hollywood, every black character who isn't openly a church goer, is intended to be a muslim black panther or nigger brotherhood.

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c8c498  No.32217

>>32196

What if you hear them use the phrase, "That man needs Jesus?"

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71f249  No.32480

>>32016

>The Klingons, the spore drive, and the new appearance of Enterprise are a couple I can think of off the top of my head, but what are some others that you all can think of?

A biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig one?

Klingons not having emotions rather than having constantly-contained ones.

Also the Katra being some weird interstellar psychic mojo type thing.

Also Logic Extremists 1) Existing 2) Being a bunch of child-bombing jihadis

Also teleportation between decks.

Etc etc etc.

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fca273  No.32541

File: b8315e92e77b662⋯.jpg (190.14 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, STD season 3.jpg)

File: 17f6c822a1bfce5⋯.jpg (454.16 KB, 900x2530, 90:253, Lower Decks.jpg)

File: d60d2b6c439c2be⋯.jpg (208.72 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, D_8TaXmU8AAIixf.jpg)

From the Star Trek panel at SDCC:

<Short Treks

>There will be 6 Short Treks exclusively on CBSAllAccess this fall. 2 will be animated, 3 will feature the Enterprise crew (Anson Mount, Ethan Peck and Rebecca Romijn are back as Pike, Spock and Number One) and one will serve as a teaser for Star Trek: Picard.

<Star Trek: Lower Decks

>Lower Decks takes place after Nemesis and VOY. It's an half hour show focused on 4 ensigns serving on a random ship in Starfleet.

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421e9d  No.32545

File: 05e350af83fb1b4⋯.jpg (412.25 KB, 701x787, 701:787, 05e350af83fb1b4dd0d1cc3bef….jpg)

>>32541

>Green problem hair

>mystery meat cyborg

>mystery meat klingaboo girl, probably stronk warrior wymyn

>white guy is an awkward manlet

They didn't even do us the favour of making the Caitian(?) sexy like the old animated series.

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d01362  No.32560

File: b735bb044b7b26e⋯.jpg (19.35 KB, 640x480, 4:3, voy220.jpg)

>>32541

>Commander Ransom

Wonder if they're related.

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3382cb  No.32866

>>31350

>Everything boils down to Alex Kurtzman&friends not having a fucking idea how to write long-form TV.

Except Fringe was actually good. A bit heteronormative for modern tastes, but still.

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e74d52  No.32881

>>32541

These are copies of Rick and Morty characters.

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08cc10  No.32889

>>32541

>6 more Short Treks

who the fuck wants these? No one watched them, I doubt even the shills at r/startrek gave a shit.

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60cda0  No.32931

>>32889

Nobody but the handful of retards who actually pay for this shit want more Short Treks with the Discovery crew. That's why three are about the nuEnterprise crew and one is a lead-in for Picard. And the two Discovery ones aren't even live-action.

Overall I'm very pleased how little attention STD seems to be getting lately. I predict we'll get an announcement soon that season 3 will have a reduced episode count and it will quietly be cancelled while everyone is distracted by Picard and Rick & Morty Trek.

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c8cc38  No.33032

File: c2c57214e443ddc⋯.webm (6.53 MB, 1136x640, 71:40, laughinglion.webm)

Reposted from the other Cardassian board.

http://archive.fo/86ESm

STD really on suicide watch.

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ab9e46  No.33040

File: 20b536e864f16f3⋯.jpg (56.53 KB, 993x559, 993:559, ogug.jpg)

>>33032

>Christopher Ogugua

"Everywhere I go, I must also rape."

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c52f0a  No.33041

File: 8f9ec7d0056e2ba⋯.webm (1.17 MB, 500x530, 50:53, Talla Keyali (3).webm)

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