Star Trek: Discovery recently completed its fourth season so Kneel Before Pod is here to break it down as is the tradition. The discussion covers the exploration of grief, consequences and communication.
Star Trek: Discovery ends its fourth season with a race against time to stop the DMA by overcoming the communications barrier with Species Ten-C.
Star Trek: Discovery introduces the advanced and enigmatic Species Ten-C and presents a communication barrier for the crew to overcome.
Star Trek: Discovery prepares for contact with Species 10-C with a visit to an uninhabited planet that may provide information to form the basis of communication.
“The Galactic Barrier”
Star Trek: Discovery takes the crew outside of the galaxy to make First Contact as Tarka takes a difficult stroll down memory lane.
Star Trek: Discovery puts Burnham in a difficult position as she has to work to prevent Book and Tarka from destroying the DMA.
Star Trek: Discovery slows down so that time can be taken to gather information on what awaits then outside of the galaxy while Burnham works to track down Book.
“…But To Connect”
Star Trek: Discovery deals with not one, but two large scale morality driven debates as decisions need to be made on how best to approach Zora along with the DMA.
Star Trek: Discovery traps the ship in an increasingly dangerous situation as different characters explore questions around family and identity.
Star Trek: Discovery returns to the DMA plot with further study into the threat amidst an evacuation effort.