It turns out the real alliances are the principles we made along the way.
Cylons Automated Units were created by man. The rebelled. They evolved. There are many copies. And they have a plan.
Voyager‘s back, baby! And so’s Seska!
And, before I forget — this weekend, at Continuum 15, I was delighted and honoured to receive the Ditmar Award for Best Fan Writer. I’m well chuffed, and also (simultaneously) as pleased as a dog with two tails.
Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me! I plan to be absolutely insufferable for at least the next month.
Onto the blog post!
Remember last week, when I thought it would be the pacing that ruined the season finale?
Ah, those were innocent days.
Michael and Spock take a trip; Pike goes on a journey of his own.
It’s about family. And body horror.
Plot takes a back seat to some very welcome character development.
We learn more about Airiam and Section 31, and it’s mostly great.
Going back to where Star Trek began…
The Vulcan family drama is turned up to eleven; also there is a space squid.