Okay, first of all, if you’ve never seen “Year of Hell”, go watch it now. Both parts. It’s outstanding, you won’t be sorry.
Everyone knows that running experiments on unknowing and unconsenting subjects is unethical, but what my theory presupposes is … it’s also hilarious?
Seven of Nine has a
birb Borg problem.
A one-word episode title beginning with the letter R? Must be Voyager time!
Voyager: “I want to take a controversial stance with a storyline.”
Voyager: “What if … the Vietnam War … was bad?”
Me: “It’s 1997.”
Voyager: “Too soon?"
— Liz 🦑 (@_lizbarr) April 25, 2021
This is late! For which I am deeply apologetic — my day job utterly exploded a few weeks ago, and for a while there, I’d go to work, run around all day, then arrive home capable only of sitting on the couch, staring into space, until bedtime.
And all that time, I had a lot of thoughts about “Day of Hono
ur” swirling around in my head. Can I remember them? Let’s find out!
Arrivals and departures.
We’re back! So far 2021 hasn’t gone up in flames or come down with a mysterious new virus, and I finally managed to tear myself away from Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey long enough to watch some Voyager! Let’s hope it sticks, eh?
This week on Voyager: the Doctor is very sad that no one appreciates his jokes. Some other things also happen.
Did I keep my podcast posts up to date? I did not. Let’s not get into the question of who is responsible (me) or why that person (me) failed (laziness).
Let’s move on to the really important question: did I like season three of Discovery, and do I have things to say about it?
The answers are yes, and yes.