Uhura finds her people. Join your musically-inclined hosts as they discuss episodic storytelling, the flexibility of the future, and the importance of pleasing space Daddy.
Spoiler warning! We dive right into a detail-rich discussion of this episode, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet – beware!
Next week: We continue our weekly coverage of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds with “Ghosts of Illyria”
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