Creating a new way to fly isn’t easy, and some people wouldn’t know the answer if it was staring them in the face … or chasing them down the hall. But Burnham would, and when she makes nice with the creature Landry named Ripper, spore drive took a huge leap forward.
In this episode of Notes from The Edge, in which we deep-dive into connections between Star Trek: Discovery and the broader Star Trek universe, host C Bryan Jones shares his thoughts on “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry”—including Landry’s very bad decision-making and the use of Klingon language—and explores the real-life animal that is helping Discovery avoid crashing into stars.
Thoughts: Characters (00:02:01)
Thoughts: Klingon Language (00:08:41)
Notes: Corvan II (00:13:55)
Notes: The House of Kor (00:14:56)
Notes: The Tardigrade (00:16:17)
C Bryan Jones
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Tony Robinson (Associate Producer) Thomas Puleo (Associate Producer) Lisa Slack (Associate Producer) Shoaib Mirza (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)
Season One, Part One Recap. We reflect on the first nine episodes of Star Trek: Discovery, including spore drive, spinning saucers, characters, and much more.
Parallel Universes. As we deep-dive into “Into the Forest I Go,” we speculate on the true nature of Star Trek: Discovery and why we may have been watching something different than we thought.
Into the Forest I Go. We’re joined by Sarah Buck to discuss the ninth episode of Star Trek: Discovery, and Max Hegel to compare the midseason cliffhanger with those of past Star Trek.
Fan Response to “Into the Forest I Go.” We discuss all the feedback we’ve received from listeners of The Edge—both positive and negative!
Commentary Track. Mike Schindler is joined by Max Hegel to bring you a commentary for the ninth episode of Star Trek: Discovery.
Live Reaction Show: Into the Forest I Go. Join us for immediate reactions to the ninth episode of Star Trek: Discovery as the story unfolds!
General Order 1. As we deep-dive into “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” we explore stardates, Latin titles, the Prime Directive, and more.
Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum. We discuss the eighth episode of Star Trek: Discovery and the announcement of a new version of The Twilight Zone on CBS All Access.
Fan Response to “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum.” We discuss all the feedback we’ve received from listeners of The Edge—both positive and negative!
Commentary Track. Mike Schindler is joined by Max Hegel to bring you a commentary for the eighth episode of Star Trek: Discovery.