Dave Mader and company break down a recap episode covering Star Trek Discovery, Season 1, Episode 13: What’s Past is Prologue, airing on January 28, … Star Trek: Discovery’s second season has come to an end, and it’s ended with one hell of a bang. The season was produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment, with Alex Kurtzman serving as showrunner. There is yet another problem, the crystal will likely burn out before Burnham can return from the future. Star Trek: Discovery ended its second season Thursday with a twist that could decisively alter the prequel’s troubled course. With no other option, Burnham take’s her leave with an emotional speech. Spock surmises that the sphere data has probably merged with the Discovery to protect itself. Just then, a fifth Red Signal appears. This Star Trek: Discovery review contains spoilers. As the last of the crew leave Discovery, Burnham gives in to her curiosity and touches the time crystal that Captain Pike had procured in the previous episode of Star Trek: Discovery. How will they win this fight? Tilly is struggling to power up the crystal for Burnham’s suit. “Most people will never get a chance to learn what’s in their own hearts.” – Captain Pike. Essential crew beam aboard the Discovery so that Stamets can jump the ship to the Red Signal’s location. What she sees frightens her – for all intents and purposes, there is more death and destruction in store for the crew of Discovery, and perhaps even the Enterprise. Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices. He and the crew honor each other before he leaves with Tyler by his side. Season 2, Episode 13: ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ In the penultimate episode of this “Star Trek: Discovery” season, we get fan service: a lot of it. Was Burnham hallucinating, or is the time crystal trying to help? In honor of this episode’s central focus on the time crystals and the Enterprise, the revamped credits showcase the journey that the characters of the show have been on. A recap of ‘Such Sweet Sorrow,’ episode thirteen of season two of CBS All Access’s Star Trek Discovery. Po is delighted to see Tilly again, and enthusiastically figures out a way to create a supernova that can power Burnham’s suit. As Discovery and Enterprise prepare for battle, they find themselves surrounded by enemy ships. Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 13. Turns out Tyler has decided not to accompany the rest of the team. With Control only five minutes away, Pike orders engineering on both ships to retrofit all the shuttles for battle stations. And with that, the opening credits. The production team has accurately captured the look and sound design of the ship from the original Star Trek series, though one wishes we were seeing the Enterprise under better circumstances. Burnham is likely behind the Red Signals since her mother assured them that she was not. They will just have to have some faith. It helps that Number One has already done that for the Enterprise; Stamets will have to get that underway on Discovery. Burnham tearfully thanks them for giving her a family when she had lost hers. Meanwhile, Control’s ships are gaining on the Discovery. Michael Burnham closes the loop, and so does Star Trek: Discovery, in an explosive finale that set the series back on course. Recap guide / thumbnail previews for "Star Trek: Discovery" Season 2 Episode 13 SIGN IN Recaps for TV shows View TV episodes as 50 thumbnails ... Star Trek Discovery season 3 release schedule and episode guide. How will Burnham find her way back, though? Paul Stamets believes he and the Engineering crew can rig up an exoskeleton like the Red Angel suit that Dr. Burnham wears, but the only person who can use the technology is Burnham. Reno sees the same visions that Burnham saw – the Enterprise with an undetonated photon torpedo trapped in her hull. Captain Georgiou arrives and takes an instant dislike to the décor (but, of course). This means Reno will be affected by the crystal, but she’s willing to take that risk for the sake of the mission. A fourth signal leads the U.S.S. The crew of Star Trek: Discovery is preparing to abandon ship. Discovery to an insular world, where Pike is forced to make a life-changing choice. Sarek says their katras helped him locate her. This Star Trek: Discovery review contains spoilers. Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 13. She is keen to get her hands on Leland and is intrigued by Burnham’s discovery about Control’s nanobots. Burnham suggests that they need to use the time crystal to take Discovery ‘out of the galactic equation’ – to send Discovery to the future, away from Control’s reach. As the bridge crew prepares to witness the destruction of Discovery, the unforeseen happens – the auto self-destruct function fails. He wants to ensure that something like Control doesn’t happen again and to do that he must stay with Section 31. The two have struggled with their relationship, but now is the time for closure. Your privacy is safe with us. In the first episode of Star Trek: Short Treks, Tilly had helped the queen of Xahea, Her Serene Highness Me Hani Ika Hali Ka Po (Yadira Guevara-Prip) recover her confidence and return to her duties. She asks Stamets and Reno for help, and the only solution Reno can come up with is to open the cage containing the time crystal so that it can charge faster. While most of them are devastated, Ash Tyler is outraged. Back on the Enterprise, the senior crew convenes for a meeting to discuss how to send the Discovery to the future. Star Trek franchise 'mapped out till 2027' with "years and years" more of Discovery. Pike and Saru activate the self-destruct sequence and board the Enterprise. He’s still in love with Burnham and he’s no longer trying to hide it. 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Pike believes the Red Signals will help her, and Spock agrees. Donning his iconic gold Enterprise uniform, Pike prepares to take over command of the Enterprise. Jett Reno explains that the ship doesn’t have enough energy for Po’s experiment unless they use the spore drive. Once they leave, Tilly has a surprise for Burnham – all of Burnham’s friends have decided to stay onboard Discovery and be with her. Pike fires a barrage of photon torpedoes at Discovery but to no avail. The second season of the American television series Star Trek: Discovery is set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series and follows the crew of the USS Discovery as they investigate seven mysterious signals. Realizing that firing at Discovery is the cause of this vision, Burnham – now back in the regular timeline – stops Pike from firing the torpedoes. What’s he up to? Culber thanks him and informs Stamets that he will be joining the Enterprise crew when they rendezvous with them. Only trouble is, using the spore drive will put it out of commission for 12 hours. Actually, its season finale was approximately 90 percent bangs. Recap guide / thumbnail previews for all episodes of "Star Trek: Discovery" Season 1 Pike doesn’t care, he knows they have to. Captain Christopher Pike’s ship, the Enterprise, has been called on to take on the evacuees. Star Trek Discovery season 2 recap. Burnham announces to the crew about her one-way trip to the future. Burnham is surprised to see her foster parents, Amanda, and Sarek on Discovery. The crew of Star Trek: Discovery is preparing to abandon ship.