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Disco Night: A Star Trek Discovery Podcast
61 minutes | 2 years ago
Such Sweet Sorrow Part 2 Part 2 - Star Trek Discovery 02x14 - Disco Night 035
Part Two of a two parter about a two parter! We wrap our up discussion of Star Trek Discovery's season 2 finale and make a few wild stabs in the dark about season 3 and beyond. This episode was written by Michelle Paradise, Jenny Lumet, and Alex Kurtzman with Olatunde Osunsanmi directing. Check out the podcast show page at www.disconightpodcast.com or reach out to us on Twitter @disconightpod.
50 minutes | 2 years ago
Such Sweet Sorrow Part 2 Part 1 - Star Trek Discovery 02x14 - Disco Night 034
Turns out there was too much juicy goodness in the Star Trek Discovery season finale "Such Sweet Sorrow Part 2" that we needed to break this second part up into two additional parts. Part two will be dropping real shortly, so let the almost obscene number of events that transpire in the first half marinate until then. This episode was written by Michelle Paradise, Jenny Lumet, and Alex Kurtzman with Olatunde Osunsanmi directing. Check out the podcast show page at www.disconightpodcast.com or reach out to us on Twitter @disconightpod.
62 minutes | 2 years ago
Such Sweet Sorrow - Star Trek Discovery 02x13 - Disco Night 033
If last episode was largely a setup for the finale, than this is.. well. This is another setup for the finale. That's not to say it doesn't have some great moments! Burnham has a few poignant goodbyes, we see another Short Trek come into play with the arrival of her Serene Highness Me Hani Ika Hali Ka Po, everyone figures out that future Michael Burnham is sending the red signals, and Pike says goodbye to the crew of the Discovery. This episode was written by Michell Paradise, Jenny Lumet, and Alex Kurtzmen with Olatunde Osunsanmi directing. Check out the podcast at www.disconightpodcast.com or reach out to us on Twitter @disconightpod.
56 minutes | 2 years ago
Through the Valley of Shadows - Star Trek Discovery 02x12 - Disco Night 032
There's a weird balance in this week's Star Trek Discovery where there is a lot of stuff happening, but a lot of it not feeling very consequential. Pike gazes into the looking glass and finds a future that elicits a reaction much like Carol Marcus' in Star Trek Into Darkness when Khan killed her father. A time crystal is procured, and all they lack is a suit to install it in, or the energy of a supernova to power it. Leland is nowhere to be found in this episode, but that doesn't mean the buddy team-up between Spock and Burnham is safe from Control. This episode was written by Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt, and has Douglas Aarniokoski back again in the director's chair. Check out the podcast at www.disconightpodcast.com or reach out to us on Twitter @disconightpod.
56 minutes | 2 years ago
Perpetual Infinity - Star Trek Discovery 02x11 - Disco Night 031
Sonequa Martin-Green puts on an acting clinic in the latest Star Trek Discovery episode "Perpetual Infinity," all while Michael Burnham is working through some serious mom issues. Alan Van Sprang's Leland kinda recovers from getting stabbed in the eyes last week, and gets to paying the stabbing thing forward to Ash Tyler. Sonja Sohn gets a lot of screen time in this episode as Michael Burnham's mother, and hot damn is she stupendous. Competing for that maternal role is Michelle Yeoh as Mirror Georgiou.
69 minutes | 2 years ago
The Red Angel - Star Trek Discovery 02x10 - Disco Night 030
The greatest mystery of season two is finally resolved as we learn whose face hides under that Red Angel mask. We have mixed reactions to this revelation. Michael Burnham repairs relationships with the men in her life, but the unexpected return of a woman into her life is really messing with her head. One woman that doesn't seem like she's going to return to Burnham's life? Airiam cuz they just dumped her out into space. Leland needs an eye exam.
64 minutes | 2 years ago
Project Daedalus - Star Trek Discovery 02x09 - Disco Night 029
Even though Discovery went rogue just last week, "Project Daedalus" has them teaming up with a Starfleet admiral to cause a ruckus. This time they're heading over to that troublesome Section 31 to depose the Logic Extremist at the top. As happens from time to time in the Star Trek universe, things don't turn out to be exactly as they seem. Directed by Star Trek veteran Jonathan Frakes, and written by newcomer to the franchise Michelle Paradise. She's written a bunch of episodes of CW's "The Originals" so don't go thinking she's a rookie. This episode also has Jayne Brooke returning as Admiral Cornwell, and Hannah Cheesman in what seems to be a pretty momentous episode for Airiam.
73 minutes | 2 years ago
If Memory Serves - Star Trek Discovery 02x08 - Disco Night 028
The Talosians throw Burnham and Spock a solid and use their powers to get Spock's brain right and maybe get the healing started on their broken relationship. Captain Pike gets a visit from a long lost love, and Dr. Culber gives Ash Tyler whatfor. Directed by TJ Scott, written by Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie. Featuring Melissa George as Vina. http://disconightpodcast.com/
65 minutes | 2 years ago
Light and Shadows - Star Trek Discovery 02x07 - Disco Night 027
In which Joe and Jason both gradually convince each other that Star Trek Discovery is picking up the unresolved thread of the Temporal Cold War from Star Trek: Enterprise. The Discovery encounters a time rift above Kaminar, so Captain Pike and our man Voq decide to fly into it. This yields mixed results. They don't die, but they are attacked by a Sentinel from 1999's The Matrix. Burnham misses it all because she's home on Vulcan in the middle of some serious family drama, where Amanda has been secretly hiding Spock for God knows how long. Sarek tells Burnham to turn him into Section 31, but Emperor Georgiou says that's a bad move and helps her escape. So instead, they set course for to Talos IV. Directed by Marta Cunningham, and written by Ted Sullivan and Vaun Wilmott, "Light and Shadows" first aired on February 28th, 2019.
68 minutes | 2 years ago
The Sound of Thunder - Star Trek Discovery 02x06 - Disco Night 026
Another signal appears, this time over Saru's home planet, Kaminar. Discovery immediately gets caught between the plight of the Kelpiens and the seemingly predatory species, the Ba'ul. But like most things, there's more going on than meets the eye. Hannah Spear returns as Siranna, Javier Botet plays the Baul, and David Benjamin Tomlinson returns as Linus and as a random Kelpien. The Sound of Thunder was directed by Douglas Aarniokoski and written by Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lipoldt.
58 minutes | 2 years ago
Saints of Imperfection - Star Trek Discovery 02x05 - Disco Night 025
Launching a bold rescue attempt that gets the Discovery stuck in fungus mud, the away team finds a bit more than they expected in the mycelial network (Hint: It's Hugh). Georgiou swings by and brings her new buddy Ash Tyler, and some real crazy hijinks ensue. Directed by David Barrett, written by Kirsten Beyer, "Saints of Imperfection stars Michelle Yeoh, Jayne Brook, Alan Van Sprang, Rachael Ancheril and Bahia Watson.
78 minutes | 2 years ago
An Obol for Charon - Star Trek Discovery 02x04 - Disco Night 024
Hot on the trail of Spock's shuttle, Discovery is ripped back into realspace by what turns out to be a 100,000 year old life form on its death bed. Speaking of death beds, Saru's not feeling so well and makes a few difficult requests of Burnham. Tig Notaro returns as Jet Reno and Rebecca Romijn makes her first appearance as Number One. An Obol for Charon was directed by Lee Rose and written by Andrew Colville and Alan McElroy, story by Gretchen Berg, Aaron Harberts and Jordon Nardino.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
Point of Light - Star Trek Discovery 02x03 - Disco Night 023
Michael Burnham and Sylvia Tilly's friendship continues to soar to new heights, and as they so often do, the arrival of a child has complicated Tyler and L'Rell's relationship. This episode includes references to zombie ants, Commander Tucker from Enterprise's undercover work on Romulus, Tasha Yar's death, and many celebrations of both Tilly and Mary Wiseman. Point of Light was directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi and written by Andrew Colville.
66 minutes | 2 years ago
New Eden - Star Trek Discovery 02x02 - Disco Night 022
Things get weird when Discovery is lead to an incredibly remote human settlement established over 200 years ago. Directed by Jonathan Frakes and written by Sean Cochran, Akiva Goldsman, and Vaun Wilmott.
60 minutes | 2 years ago
Brother - Star Trek Discovery 02x01 - Disco Night 021
Season two of Star Trek Discovery has finally arrived with "Brother," a clear reference to one of our favorite pointy-eared aliens. Directed by showrunner Alex Kurtzman, and written by Gretchen J. Berg, Aaron Harberts and Ted Sullivan.
20 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2 Trailer - Hopes and Dreams - Disco Night 020
Time to take one last look back at the Star Trek Discovery season two trailer and try to glean whatever small details we can in advance of the premiere, make predictions, and talk about our hopes and dreams for Disco.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
The Escape Artist - Star Trek Short Treks 04 - Disco Night 019
Directed by Rainn Wilson and written by Michael McMahan, the fourth episode of Short Treks features notorious pseudo-villain Harcourt "Harry" Fenton Mudd pining over sipping jippers on a beach somewhere. Featuring Rainn Wilson as Harry Mudd, Harry Judge as the Tellarite, Barbara Mamabolo as our new favorite bounty hunter, and Dan Abramovici as the Orion Guard. www.disconightpodcast.com
20 minutes | 2 years ago
The Brightest Star - Star Trek Short Treks 03 - Disco Night 018
Directed by Douglas Aarniokoski and written by Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt, the third episode of Short Treks has our favorite Kelpien facing the hard reality behind the expression "You can't go home again." But in his case it's literal. The military told him he's not allowed to go there anymore. Featuring Doug Jones as Saru, and introducing Hannah Spear as Siranna and Robert Verlaque as Aradar, who may or may not play a role in the upcoming second season of Star Trek: Discovery. The always exceptional Michelle Yeoh also swings by for a bit.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
Calypso - Star Trek Short Treks 02 - Disco Night 017
Written Michael Chabon, Sean Cochran, and directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi, the second episode of Short Treks teaches that the truest expression of love is letting go of the little man that walks around inside you. Calypso stars Aldis Hodge as Craft and Annabelle Wallis as the voice of Zora, with Sash Striga playing Zora's holo-depiction.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
Runaway - Star Trek Short Treks 01 - Disco Night 016
Disco Night AND Star Trek Discovery are back with the first of four Short Treks! The first episode of Short Treks, written by showrunner Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet, was directed by Maja Vrvilo and has Tilly making a new and unexpected friend. Runaway stars Mary Wiseman reprising her role as Cadet Sylvia Tilly and Yadira Guevara-Prip as Me hani Ika Hali Ka Po.
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