Rutherford tries to impress Tendi while Mariner and Boimler help out an old friend. Join your holodeck-wary hosts as they discuss the varied philosophical foundations for justifying rule-breaking in Starfleet, debate the value of character development versus creative plotting, and bask in the reflective glory of an unseen chu-chu dance.
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Next week: Boimler goes through an awkward phase in his life in ‘Much Ado About Boimler’ – the seventh episode of Lower Decks’ shenanigan-filled first season!
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