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Star Trek: Discovery - The Wolf Inside

episode 1.11

USA 2018
produced by
Aaron Baiers, Ted Miller, April Nocifora, Thom J. Pretak, Gretchen J. Berg (executive), Bryan Fuller (executive), Akiva Goldsman (executive), Aaron Harberts (executive), Heather Kadin (executive), Alex Kurtzman (executive), Rod Roddenberry (as Eugene Roddenberry, executive), Trevor Roth (executive) for Roddenberry Entertainment/CBS, Netflix
directed by T.J. Scott
starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Shazad Latif, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Jason Isaacs, Wilson Cruz, James Frain, Michelle Yeoh, Emily Coutts, Riley Gilchrist, Julianne Grossman (voice), Devon MacDonald, Ali Momen, Dwain Murphy, Tasia Valenza (voice), Chris Violette, Romaine Waite
screenplay by Lisa Randolph, series created by Bryan Fuller, Alex Kurtzman, Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry, music by Jeff Russo, special effects by Alchemy Studios, fx3x, visual effects by Pixomondo, Spin VFX

Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek

review by
Mike Haberfelner

As the Discovery's still trapped in the evil universe, and Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) still serving as the (evil) Shenzhou's captain in order to get to the data that might lead to a way back into their original universe, things take a turn for the worse as she is told to destroy a whole planetpopulated by the Klingon-Vulcan alliance, which of course goes totally against her conscience. Somehow though she convinces her crew to teleport herself and her second-in-command/lover Ash (Shazad Latif) down to the planet first to ... well, they have some feeble excuse, but for real Burnham wants to, by talking to the Klingons here, find out how to negotiate with the Klingons back home. Thing is, when Ash sees the Klingon leader Voq (also Shazad Latif) talk about peace and unity of the races, something flips inside him and he violently attacks him, and it's only thanks to Sarek (James Frain), Burnham's foster father in the other universe that both Burnham and Ash are let go. Back on the Shenzhou though, Ash confesses everything, that he's actually Voq who has been remodeled as a human to work as some kind of sleeper, and his disguise was so perfect that even he didn't know he was a Klingon anymore and could easily fall in love with Burnham, but the meeting with his alternative former self triggered something inside him. Burnham then condemns him to death by teleporting him into outer space ... but before he can die out there, he's beamed aboard the Discovery, as Burnham actually used him to get the data for the journey back to her own ship. Now the only problem remains for her and Captain Lorca (Jason Isaacs), her prisoner in this dimension, to make it back as well, but before they can get go about that, the all-mighty Terran Emperor appears - and it is (the evil version of) Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh), once upon a time Burnham's captain on the Shenzhou ...


There are quite a few narrative irregularities in this episode, like why really does Burnham want to beam down to the planet, why can't Ash all of a sudden not show any more restraint, and why is so much time wasted on the story of Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp), whose subplot is immaterial to this episode while it doesn't really move forward on itself at all. But still, this is one of the more entertaining episodes of the series, being mostly well-paced and devoid of too much bad dialogue. Plus, it finally puts the jarring romance between Burnham and Ash to a rest.


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