You are a captain in the truest sense of the word.” If you weren’t convinced last week that this Kelpien is already on the path to being one of the greatest Starfleet captains of all time, I’m not sure we’re watching the same show. They know where they can find Admiral Tal, because they are Admiral Tal. Either way, I hope the explanation avoids the magical MacGuffin territory that was last season’s time crystals. It’s new and thrilling and dares Trek’s older conservative fans (yes, they exist) to join the rest of us in the future, where everything is a nightmare but people are still capable of compassion, curiosity, and trust. Regardless, del Barrio is an utterly perfect fit for this dork brigade, Stamets and Tilly especially. Its options: leave and let the two parties duke it out, ensuring Earth will probably wipe out these dinky raider ships, who do seem very desperate for going up against an entire planetary defense system, or stay and risk starting a war with Earth for interfering with its defenses. Unfortunately, as the show welcomes a new crew member, it says goodbye to another, as Book leaves the ship to explore the galaxy once more. A recap of Star Trek: Discovery, season 3 episode 8, ‘Sanctuary.’ I think so! Despite their best efforts, however, nothing could have prepared them for the paranoid welcome they receive upon approaching Starfleet’s home planet. Megha Rajesh. Their farewell is quiet but intimate, as he tells her he's happy she finally found her family. And as Discovery plans to find the remnants of Starfleet with Adira's help, they hope to be that tree, branching out across the galaxy while staying rooted in what keeps them loyal to that flag. Every available episode for Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery on CBS All Access Twitter. What will it take for Star Trek: Discovery to finally win? Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, Episode 3 brings the cast face-to-face with some new characters. Fans of the Star Trek franchise must be hyped for the upcoming episode of season 3! The episode closes on the crew exploring San Francisco, reminiscing under the now-massive tree that they all used to study under during their Starfleet Academy days. Episode three of the third season of "Star Trek: Discovery" warps on … Speaking of trust, Adira isn’t the only one staying aboard the Discovery: In a final, candid heart-to-heart in the captain’s ready room, Burnham apologizes to Saru for not trusting him with her plan. Home > Star Trek > Star Trek: Discovery > Season 3 > Episode 3 « TV Season Page. “We didn’t know,” she says. ** I know they want us to believe Burnham might not be trustworthy anymore — Georgiou certainly does a lot of work trying to convince us that she’s a loose cannon now — but come on. I get that we’ve been in sociopolitical freefall for a while, but damn. After the U.S.S. Commander Paul Stamets, Mary Wiseman as Ensign Sylvia Tilly, Wilson Cruz as Dr. Hugh Culber, David Ajala as Cleveland "Book" Booker, Blu del Barrio as Adira, Ian Alexander as Grey, Tig Notaro as Chief Engineer Reno and Michelle Yeoh as Philippa Georgiou. Track Star Trek: Discovery season 3 episodes. The glances they shoot at each other, clearly debating whether they should tear each other’s clothes off (especially once Michael finally gets Book into a Starfleet uniform to deter the suspicions of the UEDF agents)? In just a year, she has changed profoundly, having had to survive on her own, without the safety net or structure of collective Federation ideology or the support of her crew family. On the bridge, she briefs everyone on what she's learned, with the last piece of Starfleet communication she has being from twelve years ago from an Admiral Tal. Discovery crash-lands on a strange planet, the crew finds themselves racing against time to repair their ship. Without Discovery or dilithium, she’s had no way of making the long trip to Earth to seek him out, but now the spore drive is here. Discovery has changed her. As the situation grows increasingly tense, Michael takes matter into her own hands. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, Episode 3, "People of Earth," now streaming on CBS All Access. Luckily she’s done so alongside Book, who is a FRIEND, okay? Season 1 of Discovery … “We can take care of ourselves.” WELP!! 4 days ago. © 2020 Vox Media, LLC. Could it have actually been intentional? She admits she had to let go of some things — I assume she means things like rules, which is funny coming from Starfleet’s first mutineer — and that she’ll need time if she’s ever going to get them back. That’s right — finally, after two seasons of “Eh, he can be substitute leader while the humans are busy doing more important things, but he’s not really captain material, is he?” Burnham very publicly puts to rest the question of who would get the captain’s chair once they arrived in the future. First, this is the first time Discovery has done a quintessential Star Trek procedural episode. Oops! As everyone rushes to get into uniform and hide any suspicion, it's clear this is not the Earth the crew remembers. The cast and crew finished production on the upcoming third season well before the coronavirus hit, which means we’re getting an entire new season of this show. RELATED: Star Trek: Discovery's Season 3 Opening Credits Debuts New Starfleet Insignia. Wen is a human, the designated leader of a colony on Saturn’s moon Titan.