Monday, February 12, 2018

20,000 Words About "Star Trek: Discovery"

 
 


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47 comments:

  1. I've been disappointed in Discovery as well and I'm having trouble putting my finger on exactly why.

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    1. For the majority of the season, I was conflicted about the show. Some thing I loved, some I liked, some I was indifferent to, some annoyed me. I'd characterize it as conflicted enjoyment.

      During the second half of the season, though, the pendulum began to swing toward conflicted non-enjoyment. Then, in the course of the final two episodes, that pendulum swung all the way toward the side marked "outright contempt." I hated these last two episodes, and the way they service the entirety of the season retroactively makes me hate most of it, too.

      I'll have more to say about that below.

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  2. I'd intended to allow those 20,000 words above serve as my statement on this series, but I find that I can't leave it there.

    I have many problems with "Discovery," but I should acknowledge right up front that there are also plenty of things about it that I like. The cast, for example, is mostly pretty great. It looks terrific, too.

    I'm sure there must be other aspects as well, but I'm failing to think of them.

    And before I continue, let me acknowledge something. It's sad that I feel the urge to do so, but I don't think I can get away with not doing so. The acknowledgement is this: I'm well aware that there are any number of guys who probably look just like me who have been complaining about this series from the get-go on the basis of its PC liberal agenda. God help them, they complain about the liberal agenda of motherfucking STAR TREK. You may as well ask for a cheeseburger with no beef, asshole; you don't want the thing you think you want.

    I am indeed a liberal, so I guess I do have a liberal agenda, and I guess part of that agenda includes/d seeing more diversity on a new Star Trek series. Or maybe not "more" diversity (it's always been diverse), but a different configuration of some sort.

    So if you're one of those people who thinks Trek should always be captained by a white guy, and that you've found a sympathetic voice in the wilderness, let me assure you that you have not.

    That said, I similarly have no tolerance -- fucking NONE at this point -- for the notion that I'm not allowed to criticize this show because it has a WOC lead and a gay man in engineering and whatnot. I'm liberal, but I'm not insane, so YOU won't get any sympathy here, either.

    If you're in either of those tents, find yourself another campground; for you, this ground will be sour.

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  3. The show's biggest failing is its complete failure of concept, mostly as it relates to established Star Trek canon. And yeah, I get it: when you hear some dude on the internet say "established Star Trek" canon, you almost certainly begin rolling your eyes. I don't necessarily blame you for that, but here's the thing: nobody forced the people making "Discovery" to set the series in continuity with the foregoing shows. Unless somebody at CBS in fact DID force them to do it.

    Scenario #1: the CBS executives did indeed mandate that the new series be part of the existing Trek continuity (henceforth referred to as "the prime universe"). IF they did so, then they did so because they felt there was an economic value to doing so; perhaps an artistic value as well, but certainly an economic one.

    Scenario #2: the CBS executives placed no such mandate on the "Discovery" producers.

    It's one of those or the other, right? A simple, binary did-or-didn't proposition.

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    1. If what happened was scenario #1, then my assessment is that the producers have failed their bosses. What's happening in "Discovery" does not fit prime-universe continuity/canon. It warps it on occasion, pun intended; it shoehorns itself in on occasion, like a bear in a kitchen. It does not fit.

      It MIGHT fit in the theoretical canon of the Kelvinverse (i.e., the J.J. Abrams movies), but since everyone associated with "Discovery" says that's no, that's not what's happening, then ... no. That's not what's happening. (Even if it is, it remains problematic, but let's allow that to pass for now.)

      If "Discovery" instead resulted from scenario #2, then the producers have created this qunadary for themselves without even the luxury of having somebody to blame for it. Unless they are secretly blaming Bryan Fuller or Nicholas Meyer, which would not surprise me in the least.

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  4. The only way the canon/continuity issue is a non-issue is for viewers who simply don't care about such issues. And judging from some reactions I've seen during the first season, there appear to be a decent number of them. I believe a large portion of those to be people who are reacting against the early antipathy toward the show; these are the opposite of the-sky-is-falling types. These are people who put so much emotional value on the idea of a new Star Trek series succeeding that it was ALWAYS going to succeed with them, literally no matter what.

    Is that a condescending and insulting stance for me to take? It might be. I honestly think it might be, and if so, I owe an apology to those folks, and they will never, ever receive it. Because it being an insulting stance doesn't mean it's incorrect, and my experience with fandom of all stripes assures me that there are a lot of people in the world who simply can't bear to be disappointed by the things they love, and so they simply decide not to be, ever.

    It's partisanship, in other words.

    I cannot bear partisanship, especially in 2018. And extra especially when it results in the love of something patently unlovable.

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    1. Anyways, as regards "Discovery," it's kind of a moot point. The fact that the series was set between "Enterprise" and "Star Trek" (The Original Series) obliges it to play as a sequel to the former and a prequel to the latter. And I'll grant you that there are problems with trying to see "Enterprise" as a literal prequel to TOS, given the design elements and so forth. That's one of those things where you simply have to invest in the effort, and you rely on the producers of "Enterprise" to not do anything that outright spits in the face of TOS. I think they succeeded in that regard.

      From the design to the functionality, the technology of "Discovery" is incompatible with TOS. Proponents of "Discovery" insist that this is because a modern television series cannot look like TOS, with its cardboard sets and "futuristic" tech that in some cases looks outdated by things you can buy today in a gas station.

      And you know what?

      They're right about that. I mean, I love "Star Trek Continues" and would subscribe to CBS All Access to watch legit episodes of it. But that would be a pure throwback, and that's not what CBS wanted.

      Given that, a question arises: why set the series prior to TOS?

      And there is no good answer to that question. None, nada, zero, zip, zilch. It was a foolish decision, and that being the case, is it any surprise that the end product plays like the filmmaking of fools? I'm as dumb as a block of cheese, but I would have known better than to try what they tried here: a reboot that is not actually a reboot.

      So: why?

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    2. Rarely have I seen so clear-cut a case of having a cake and also wanting to eat it. These producers do not want to follow the guidelines of what Star Trek is -- to the extent that such guidelines exist (and I'll admit that there is a lot of room for debate there) -- so that they do not feel restricted, and so they can make a series that feels like it was made today, not during the sixties or the nineties. In their minds, they see the old Treks as being restrictive and limiting. They're not wrong; even "Enterprise" struggled at times with the weight of all that continuity. It was that very weight which caused the producers of the new movies to adopt the sideways-reboot approach that they adopted; the merits of those movies might be debatable, but their approach to established continuity was graceful and effective.

      But every time it seems as if "Discovery" wants to carve out its own territory and actually BE its own series, it takes two opportunities to refer to earlier Treks.

      "We're our OWN series, see?!? Our Klingons look nothing like other Klingons! But they're just like the other Klingons, so don't complain to us about it. Also, here's a super realistic depiction of post-traumatic stress. Now, have you seen our version of Harry Mudd? And did you notice that tribble on Captain Lorca's desk? Pretty cool, huh?"

      No. No, it's not pretty cool. Because if Starfleet knows what tribbles are, how does "The Trouble With Tribbles" happen? Please don't answer that.

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    3. A lot of that is fine. Go ahead, make the Klingons look different. In this particular case, it's just to sell a plot twist that surprised literally nobody; but that's fine, I get it. Anyways, the Klingons' looks have changed before, so it's not the end of the world to try it again. These ones look horrendous, but the attempt itself was valiant-ish.

      No amount of arguing is going to sell me on the presence of Sarek in this series, however. Not as it's done here: with the revelation that the lead character, Michael Burnham, is a foster child of Sarek and Amanda (and therefore a foster sister to Spock).

      Nope. Uh uh, nope; fuck that. It was a hard sell to convince me in "The Final Frontier" that Spock had a half-brother named Sybok. It didn't really work, to be honest, and now you're trying it again?!? In double-down fashion?!? AND at one point you strongly -- VERY strongly -- hint that Michael is more important to Sarek than Spock is?!?

      Doesn't fit. You can't make it fit, and the mere fact that you keep telling me it DOES fit will not (pun intended) make it so. You can tell me that a bowl of mown grass is a salad; you can even put a nice vinaigrette on it. Even add some bacon, if you want, but THAT, my friend, is a bowl of motherfucking grass, and fuck you for trying to trick me into eating it. Fuck you double for being indignant about me being indignant about it, and fuck you TRIPLE for being indignant about my complaints about the taste when and if I decide to eat it anyways.

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    4. And the worst part is, this entire Sarek issue could have been avoided, because there is literally no reason for this character to be Sarek. He could have just been another Vulcan. There ARE a lot of Vulcans on Vulcan, you know; why not call this one Vope or Vingolius or Dinglespunk fucking Smith, literally ANYTHING other than Sarek...?

      This is the sort of bone-headed thinking that is front and center for "Discovery" during its first season. The problems get worse and worse as the season progresses, too. And look, I get it: some people like a bowl of mown grass with a nice vinaigrette.

      But those folks are settling, and I don't know why they're okay with settling, unless they just can't bear not to like salad, so they'll just eat it up and grin.

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  5. The answer to the question of "why set it in the prime timeline" is something like this:

    The producers wanted the marketing gimmick of being able to say in interviews and at conventions and whatnot that they are Honoring The Original Series And The Vision Of Creator Gene Roddenberry (insert trademark here).

    But these producers spent most of the season failing to do either of those things, especially the "vision of Roddenberry" thing. No, we won't talk about the fact that Roddenberry was hardly a saint; yes, I know that even under Roddenberry (and certainly without him), those earlier Trek shows were inconsistent with the way they approached the new-agey optimism inherent to the Roddenberry Philosophy (tm). It's a big thing, a television series; it's bound to contradict itself at times, and this is especially true if you stretch its conceits across more than half a century.

    Nobody -- nobody named Bryant Burnette at least (or at least not ME) -- expects perfection in this regard. But I do expect a good-faith effort. Failing that, I expect you to at bare minimum not try to retroactively destroy the efforts of those who went before you.

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  6. The second half of the season is almost entirely devoted to the Mirror Universe.

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    1. The Mirror Universe has ALWAYS sucked at least a little, and I'm sorry to have to tell you that, but it's true.

      The Mirror Universe cannot and should not be taken seriously, even within the confines of televised fiction. It is a silly idea that has tricked Trekkies by virtue of the fact that it has often been presented in a capable and entertaining manner. Trek specializes in this; ever notice how all the aliens speak English? (Don't come at me with that universal translator nonsense, either.) We just accept it and move on; it's part of the price for buying in to the show.

      Imagine if the producers tried to establish that all the aliens actually WERE speaking English. That's approximately their approach to the Mirror Universe on "Discovery."

      The Mirror Universe -- henceforth referred to as the MU -- was, of course, introduced in TOS. "Mirror, Mirror" is not a personal favorite episode for me, but it's fun, and it's primarily an excuse for the actors to explore different sides of what they normally do.

      But it's a silly concept. Not only do I have a hard time believing that such a society would thrive, I find it impossible to believe that an MU version of the Entperise would look/work the same, or that it would essentially have the same crewmembers. I accept it because it permits that cast to have fun; and that is the ONLY way I accept it.

      Asking me to accept that it happens a second time is a BIG fucking ask. So when they tried it on "Enterprise," it shouldn't have worked. It did! Marvelously. Still a deeply silly idea, but the cast is SO FUCKING GREAT in those episodes that it doesn't matter. (I know, I skipped over DS9's MU episodes. I don't remember much about them, except how awful Nana Visitor is.)

      Well, in theory, I'd be willing to extend the same provisional courtesy to "Discovery." Except these producers take the MU seriously. Turns out, the Captain of the Discovery is actually FROM the MU, you see. He's crossed over into the prime universe so he can find the other version of Burnham, who died in his universe. Oh, and the Terran emperor is Michelle Yeoh, who played the captain of Burnham's first ship, the Shenzhou. Yeoh manages to have a little fun, at least; but she is, to be quite frank, a terrible actor. Not entirely her fault; she's fine when speaking her own language, and there are times you see hints of that innate charisma she possesses. But mostly, she is so bad that it makes your eyeballs want to crawl out of your skull; they'd, if they could, skitter away someplace you couldn't find them, because you clearly cannot be trusted to put them to good use.

      Oh, and by the way, MU Sarek has a goatee.

      Fuck you. No, I mean that, show: fuck you.

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  7. My complaints about the Mirror Universe pale in comparison to my complaints about the Klingon War and where the series ends up in that regard.

    See, when the Discovery gets back from the MU (with MU Michelle Yeoh in tow, thanks to Burnham's guilty conscience over getting the "real" Georgiou killed), they find that the Klingons are winning the war. They've conquered numerous systems, and have even overtaken Starbase One (apparently killing its 80,000 Federation inhabitants in the process).

    I *guess* this can be said to fit TOS continuity...? Like, it's not 100% off the table...? It feels wrongheaded to me, but ... eh ... okay, whatever.

    Anyways, the Klingons are on the verge of attacking and presumably destroying Earth. I mean, if Earth is a Mapco, then the Klingons are at the red light one block up, about to pull up and get some gas and a Dr. Pepper. You literally see shots of the Klingons sitting there looking at Earth; there's no red light, but ... I mean, fuck, there may as well be.

    Before that, though, the Admiral who's been a recurring character throughout the season -- Cornwell, she's called, and she's been one of the show's better character (praise Jeebus! a competent admiral!) -- finds out that Burnham has brought MU Georgiou with her. So she meets with Georgiou and -- offscreen, so that we don't know about it -- promises her her freedom if she will tell Starfleet how the Terran Empire defeated the Klingons. Turns out it was by dropping a big old bomb into the volcano network on Qo'Nos and literally destroying the surface of the Klingon homeworld.

    So Starfleet gives the command of the Discovery to a genoicdal maniac from a parallel universe, with orders to GO COMMIT MOTHERFUCKING GENOCIDE.

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    1. Okay, okay, take a breath, Bryant, calm the fuck down for a second.

      Devil's advocate time: yeah, but ... the Klingons are winning the war, right? Isn't it logical to do whatever you would need to do to stop them from killing all the humans and all the Vulcans and all the Andorians and all the Tellarities and whatnot?

      You might answer "yes" to that question. It's a debate, I suppose.

      I don't think it should be on a Star Trek series. I have issues with the way upper-level Starfleet command was depicted at times in previous Treks, especially when you get toward the end of TNG and the DS9/Voyager era. But even in DS9, nobody ever suggested -- correct me if I'm wrong here -- that a secret mission be mounted to destroy the homeworlds of the various members of the Dominion. Even THAT series wouldn't go that dark.

      Imagine a Roddenberry-run Trek arguing that Starfleet would sanction such a course of action. You can't imagine it, can you? I can imagine Starfleet ordering Kirk on a top-secret mission of diplomacy to end the war before it is too late for Earth; I can imagine Kirk having to get his shirt ripped and having to drop-kick a few dudes in the course of that mission.

      But in "Discovery," Starfleet does indeed go that planet-busting route, and it is only the actions of Michael Burnham and a few of her fellow Discovery misfits who save the day.

      Suck my asshole, "Discovery." On a Taco Bell day. After I've refused to shower for a week. Get your whole face in there and snuffle it up. THAT'S what I've got for you, show.

      Don't you dare tell me this is Star Trek, you motherless acks of mostly water. Whatever this is, it is not Star Trek; and if this is what Star Trek is going to be under your command, CBS, I'm done with it.

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  8. It gets worse.

    All through the season, when responding to concerns about how "Discovery" doesn't seem to fit the prime timeline, the producers have responded by saying (basically) "just wait until the end of the season, and you'll see how it fits."

    I've been giving that response a Spockian skeptical eyebrow all season long, but I figured hey, maybe they have a big rabbit inside that hat, and are going to triumphantly pull that flop-eared fucker out at the end of the season, with a "ta-daaaaa!" and a bow.

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    1. Their big rabbit could have been some sort of gigantic time-travel retcon button, or something like that. That would have sucked, but it would at least have been a vigorous swing of the bat.

      Instead, what happens is this:

      The day having been saved, the Discovery is en route to Vulcan, where they are going to pick up their new captain. (Captain Lorca -- Jason Isaacs -- was an impostor from the Mirror Universe, and he got killed in the MU a few episodes back. Spoilers, lol!)

      Suddenly...


      ...they receive a distress signal! Where is coming from?!? everyone wants to know. It is revealed to be from...

      ...from!...

      ...the U.S.S. Enterprise! This is the Enterprise of ten years or so prior to the original series, so this is probably about a year or so after the events of "The Cage." Captained by Christopher Pike (who is mentioned here), with Spock (who is not) onboard among the crew. We see only the ship, which comes swooping in, looking only a bit like the original NCC 1701, I might add. And then the original-series theme music begins playing, as the episode goes to the end credits in triumphant fashion.

      "We are absolutely, 100% our own series, so here is a cameo by the Enterprise, and here is the theme music from the original series so that you know this is REALLY REALLY STAR TREK, because it IS, this IS really REALLY Star Trek!"

      The hell it is.

      Amazingly, it gets even worse! As soon as the episode had premiered, the producers were announcing that while the Entperprise would absolutely be a part of the storyline for the second season, that didn't necessarily mean we'd be introduced to a new version of Spock, because it would be impossible to replace Leonard Nimoy.

      I just don't even ... ugh.

      "We're not violating continuity despite the fact that none of this actually matches continuity but we want you to know that we are aware of continiuty and are honoring it by not actually following it but instead doing a modern television series that matches perfectly with previous series but will not reveal the ways in which it does so until the end of the series and anyways it's all the same because we respect the previous shows and are honoring what they did which is nothing like what we are doing because it is now and not then, and that's what Gene Roddenberry would have wanted."

      Get that mess out of my eyes.

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    2. But I'll make a prediction: if they DO bring Spock on, it'll be the more emotional version -- "The women...!" -- from "The Cage," and Michael Burnham will somehow be the catalyst for his going back to a more Vulcan mode of existence. We might even see her somehow prompt the true falling-out between Spock and Sarek.

      At which point I will lose my mind, run outside, begin trying (and failing) to turn cars over on their sides, and running through the streets like I'm a character at the end of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers."

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    3. Except I don't think I'm going to see it.

      I just don't think I'm going to be willing to spend any more time or money on this series, not unless major changes are made. And I'm smelling a lack of interest in making them.

      So adios, muchachos, I'mma vaminos right the fuck out of modern-day Star Trek.

      I feel bad about that, in some ways. I've given up on Trek before. I bailed out of DS9 before it finished, not because I disliked it as much as due to being indifferent toward it and in a place in my life where I was giving up on a lot of things.

      Later, I bailed out of "Enterprise" during the second season in similar fashion. THAT, I think, was a mistake. And I feel bad about it to this day, especially after finally finishing the series, which is rarely less than good and is often excellent.

      I don't think I need to feel bad about abandoning "Discovery," though. I didn't dislike those other shows; I just felt a bit indifferent to them at the time, mostly as a result of personal weirdness combined with overexposure to Trek.

      THIS show, I dislike. Some elements of it are fine, but as a complete, whole thing, I dislike it, and fairly intensely in recent weeks.

      This is, quite simply, not Star Trek. Or if it is, it's not MY Star Trek. And since my definition of "MY Star Trek" is fairly broad and encompasses fifty-plus years of content, I don't feel as if I'm being restrictive in my thinking.

      I feel as if the producers of "Discovery" are being restrictive in theirs. They can't imagine actual optimism; they can only pay lip-service to it as an idea. Gene Roddenberry was no saint, but he WAS an optimist and a visionary.

      I don't what these chuckleheads are.

      And what I am is out of patience.

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  9. (1) "Or maybe not "more" diversity (it's always been diverse), but a different configuration of some sort." Well, yeah, I mean I think you inadvertently hit the nail on the head of what some people complain about when confronted with yet more liberal agenda stuff: it's not about diversity, it's about "a certain configuration." i.e. it's about conforming to a Noma Chomsky sort of worldview when you walk into a room and lazily count the number of white faces to come to one-of-one conclusion while masquerading as deeply caring about diversity (while rigidly enforcing - and pretending not to - a monochromatic ideology that tolerates not the slightest deviation from its reactionary conclusions.)

    So... I mean, yeah: I hear you. I bristle when I hear "the liberal agenda," because almost always it's two people arguing over how best to spiritually disenfranchise not just themselves but literally millions of people, all to please an unpleasable committee of mental dickweeds/Stalins in one head. It's the "Harrison Bergeron"ification of everything, in the name of love (want love in the name of love!). It's almost always a range of assumptions about "non-liberals" throughout the media-academe resting on disingenuous arguments and Maoist tactics, etc.

    So! Yeah. Lots of baggage around such terms these days. I've always considered myself liberal-minded, but I'm disgusted with the lunatic/ ethically-sewerish/ intellectually-corrupted cabal that took things over and systematically eliminated all competition ober the past 4 decades, while awarding contracts only to those ideologically guillibe/ malleable enough to support bids for power. Anyway. This is what my instant response is when I feel my Trek-liberal-dom questioned (not by you) or even characterized; I didn't watch my buddies get phasered in the muck to stand here, Senator, and respond to allegations! Wait... wrong room. Okay, so moving on.

    "I'm liberal, but I'm not insane, so YOU won't get any sympathy here, either."

    THREE CHEERS FOR CAPTAIN BRUNETTE, DESPITE HIS APPALLING LACK OF NON-WHITENESS! (hip hip...!)

    "find yourself another campground; for you, this ground will be sour. "

    I like that. It almost sounds like a Shakespearian sort of ultimatum. "Get thee to another campground, Mercutio - the ground of my own is too sour for thee."

    And now, with that said, I'll dive into the rest of these remarks you've left, but, not having seen any of the show, will have to weigh in more substantially at another time...

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    1. (1) Diversity in casting is a tricky business, I'd imagine. When I refer to different configurations, understand that I don't necessarily have any specific configuration(s) in mind. The risk is of turning into a sort of bingo card, where you say, alright, this time it's a black woman, next time it's a Latino man, next time it's an Asian lesbian, so forth and so on.

      Dangerous, an idea like that. But I wouldn't mind some sort of loose approach of that nature, provided the eye is always -- ALWAYS -- firmly on finding a truly great cast. That has to always come first, and if when you get to the point of wanting to cast a captain from Kuwait or wherever and you can't find the Kate Mulgrew of Kuwait, you HAVE to be willing to then explore any and all options to find the best possible actor for the role.

      Hopefully that sounds less like eugenics and more like variety. It's certainly how I intend it.

      "DESPITE HIS APPALLING LACK OF NON-WHITENESS" -- Hey, now, I'm 1/16th Choctaw, kemo sabe. And yet, incredibly fucking white despite that. Anyways, I'd be lame in any color.

      I kind of like the sour-ground thing, too (I stole it from Jud Crandall), but would point out that nobody going camping is trying to grow corn or beets or whatever in the ground where they are camping. So kind of a busted metaphor there. Hey, sometimes it's a swing and a miss.

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  10. Oh man!

    I'm glad I didn't watch, kind of. Sounds like I'd have reached the same conclusions you did/ been triggered by the same things.

    It really is stupid to make such a stink (and a specific stink) about honoring continuity, etc., and then just not doing it. A certain skepticism about the promises of certain folks and manipulating "voter stupidity" as means to an end, etc.

    In short, I just don't trust the folks running Trek these days to avoid doing everything you've mentioned; a certain wrongheadedness and not-getting-it seems hardwired into the worldview which produces the quotas before the storyline, etc.

    Thank you for the rant(s)! This was an agreeable way to spend my cup of coffee before work this morning.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. I generally try to avoid rants of that nature, but this one was like the boiler in the Overlook: the steam simply had to be let off lest there be an explosion.

      I'm going to follow this up by sitting down and watching "Nemesis," so ... yeah.

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  11. Oh man, I feel bad for you Bryant. You are obviously a huge fan of Star Trek so it sucks that not only did you not enjoy Discovery but you pretty much ended up hating it. I had problems with the series because it didn't feel "Star Treky" enough to me but I've haven't been able to pinpoint the reasons. I think I agree with part of what you say regarding the fact that is looks awesome but parts of it feel lazy like they are relying too much on the look of the series and not enough on the content. The continuity stuff doesn't bother me much for some reason. After reading your comments I don't necessarily disagree with anything you said and I definitely see how it could bother you. It just doesn't bother me so much I guess. Maybe I've compartmentalized each series in my head... so I'll always have TOS, for example, and it will always be whole and unchanged in my head (warts an all) regardless of what happens in Discovery. I'm still waiting for a character that I really care about in Discovery. Michael isn't it, Saru isn't it, the engineer is interesting but too unlikeable for my tastes. Lorca had the potential of being a character I cared about but he's dead, sooo? Tilly is actually pretty interesting and has some potential. I'm also looking forward to finding out more about Detmer and Owosekun so maybe they will flesh those characters our further in season 2. So I guess I'm disappointed but hopeful.

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    1. It's a good point that whatever flaws "Discovery" possesses, it can't and doesn't negate the other shows. If anything, it strengthens them for me -- for example, I rewatched "Insurrection" last week and enjoyed it more than ever before, partially because of how brightly the Trek-y-ness shone in relation to the penultimate episode of "Discovery," which I watched the same night.

      A large part of my frustration -- fury? -- stems from the idea of what modern-day Trek COULD be. Instead, what we're getting is a series that wants to be edgy, but does not actually commit to much edge; that apparently thinks plot twists are the only reason anyone watches television, but has no idea how to execute them; and pays lip service to the ethical questions central to previous incarnations of the series, but does not actually seem to possess an ethical core.

      It's the big-picture aspect of the series that really frustrates me. Many of the individual elements are good, and while I'm with you in not fully caring about any of the characters the way I cared about Spock or Worf or whoever, I also would say that I like all of them. Even the minor ones. (I didn't know the one was named Owosekun -- shouldn't I know her name after watching the entire season? She's just a face on the bridge, and that's a shame. An interesting face, though; her and Detmer both. And the robot lady, for that matter.)

      Burnham is okay, but mostly only because I like Sonequa Martin-Green. The character herself is boring.

      Saru is fine, but, again, mostly only because of Doug Jones.

      Lorca was cool, but the Mirror Universe aspect of the character is incredibly silly. I assume they will bring on prime-universe Lorca as the new captain in the second season, and that's probably supposed to be a plot twist, but it's not much of one if that is indeed the route they go.

      I really like Ash Tyler, but -- yet again -- it's primarily because of the actor. Shazad Latif is great. The whole Voq/Tyler plotline is pretty goofy, though. I cannot and do not believe they would have done anything with Tyler but put him in the brig. He's a murderer! That removal-of-Voq's personality thing is hogwash. I 100% believe "Tyler" would be treated ethically, but in no way would he be allowed to suffer no consequences for his actions.

      Stamets is okay. He's a bit too petulant for my tastes. I actually loved Culber, though; I remember Wilson Cruz from "My So-Called Life," and was thrilled to see him on this show. Boy, was he wasted -- why bother getting a guy like Cruz to just kill him?

      Tilly -- I go back and forth on her. Mostly I like her, but sometimes they overdo the awkwardness aspect.

      So yeah, there are elements of it that work for me, well enough that with development it could be a series I love. But it never turned into that for me during the first season, and took gigantic steps toward being something I'm just going to never watch again.

      Thanks for the thoughts, and apologies for the crazy-old-man style rant!

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  12. I too have watched Nemesis very recently (less than 2 weeks ago I think). This is mainly so I can keep up with the re-watch of star Trek for the Mission Log podcast. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it as well. I remember really thinking it sucked for some reason when it first came out. I know I thought Riker using a joystick to pilot the ship was one of the stupidest things I'd ever seen in all of Star Trek and I think that put me off the whole movie at the time. I still think it is incredibly dumb but was able to grit my teeth for the few moments it was on screen and then go back to enjoying the film :)

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    1. The joystick thing really is doofy. It's one of those things you see in the movies on occasion -- and the new series, ahem -- where clearly everyone wants to make the movie exciting, but has no idea how to do so within the confines of what Trek is/does. So they try something new, and it falls flat.

      I'm watching along with Mission Log, too, by the way! Got DS9 on DVD for Christmas, so I'm ready to transition over to that series and see if I like it more this time. (I like it fine, but I've never loved it the way a lot of people do.)

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    2. I just started to listen to the Mission Log Live podcast recently and am almost caught up on their discussion regarding Discovery. I'm somewhat skeptical that Ken and John can remain totally objective given that their boss is a producer on Discovery so I'm having to take what they say with a grain of salt.

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    3. I feel the same, although I am inclined to at least try to give them the benefit of the doubt. There have been a few times, however, when it seemed like Ken was really down on the show and was holding himself back. Then there was one week recently where Rod showed up briefly and I think sort of made a joke about being there to make sure nothing bad got said.

      I could be letting my negativity about the series make me hear things that aren't there, though.

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    4. At one point I think Ken said he wanted it to be more like The Orville. Which I thought was pretty funny and brave of him. It also made me go and check out The Orville and I gotta say, I like it!

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    5. I really want to watch that show. I have heard mixed reviews, but I'm inclined to think I'd enjoy it. Whenever I do that, I think I'll try to do a write-up about it here.

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    6. Just finished it this weekend, very solid show in my opinion. You can tell Seth loves Star Trek and he loves exploring the morality of it. Plus the guest stars are da bomb. I would recommend not researching it ahead of time but just watch it.

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    7. Will do! I know virtually nothing about it, so presumably I can keep it that way. No idea when I will get to it, though.

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  13. Did they ever explain why she's called "Michael?"

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    1. Nope. I got used to that pretty quick, but it's still weird to me. It's just like, why? But I'd wonder that in an IRL case like that, too.

      If I recall correctly, it's a thing former producer Bryan Fuller likes to do on all of his shows. I mostly like his work, but that particular quirk makes me roll my eyes.

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    2. Yeah, that's weird. "On each show you like to name a female character a traditionally male name. Why?"

      I mean, whatever the answer is, it's annoying. Unless it's something like "every female in my family is named Charles, Michael, James, etc."

      Of course, my elder daughter's name (Evelyn) is a guy's name in the UK. So someone could ask me the same thing, I guess. Ah well, who cares, but yeah, it's just weird to me that this is a thing he likes to do on all of his shows. No big whup/ totally free to do so, but... why?

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    3. Indeed. Although I guess I should admit that just this week, I met a young woman whose middle name is Michael. So clearly -- and I say this knowing full well that there's evidence lying around all over the place if you look for it regarding gendered names not actually being all that consistently gendered -- this is a thing that happens.

      Ultimately, it's fine with me. I dislike so many things about "Discovery" that this one thing rolls right off of me comparatively.

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    4. It's weird but I still find this so baffling. I'll get over it sooner or later. I think it's because there's already 10 or 11 things in place that make me think the producers are basically Vox staffers who are insisting they're not but then chuckling over the rubes that buy their snake oil.

      Not that I necessarily consider naming her "Michael" to be snake oil. it just sort of fits a pattern of showmaking decisions that seem to cater to people who think doing such things is part of an ongoing jihad against patriarchy or something. That sort of silliness is so deeply embedded throughout the media-academe and Hollywood and attached to any high-visible franchise that my instinct is always to keep it at arm's length.

      This one doesn't even bother me as far as such things go, which is the weird part. i.e. if you told me "Michael" just slowly morphed into a name for boys and girls over the centuries, hey okay, who cares. But when it's being told to me by someone who wants to insist they're not doing a, b, or c, and certainly not for reasons e, f, or g, but then you find out that not only ARE they doing a thru f, but their entire reason for working in the business/ life is to smuggle a thru f under guise of something else.... well, then I just see it as part of the same old crap coming out of the media-academe these days, and hijacking my once-favorite franchise to do it.

      Can't do anything about such things but not watch, which is what I'm still not doing.

      I did download CBS Access, though, to watch the NFL game tomorrow. First one of those I've seen in awhile, and for many of the same reasons. (But go Patriots.)

      Anyway, glad to hear you liked the s2 episode. My friend was ranting at me then when asked when Sarek had last seen Spock he answered "It's been years."

      NOT "It's been x years, y days, and so many hours." Which would have been a Vulcan reply.

      I confess, as niggling as such things sound, it's the proverbial death-from-a-thousand-cuts. I just have to trust that there's somebody in the writer's room that understands that Vulcans would say it that way. It's not a dealbreaker all on its own, it's just one of these abundant examples of confidence-eroding deals.

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    5. There's a line in the season premiere that has something to do with...

      Well, let me back up for a bit. The season-long story this year is evidently going to have something to do with beings nicknamed "red angels," who have something to do with seven bursts of super powerful energy that happen in seven different locations in the galaxy all at once. Burnham has a voiceover talking about this -- hinting at it, really, but who's keeping score? -- in which she says something about having to be open enough to the experience to get the use out of it. I'm paraphrasing it very, very poorly I suspect, but it's something like that.

      Which, more or less, translates to the need to be woke on this particular subject.

      Now, let me be clear: it's nowhere near as ham-handed as I just made it out to be. But, if one were to choose to read it that way one could absolutely do so. In other words, I think you are probably very right in terms of what you're saying about the pattern of showmaking decisions.

      I don't get as fired up about that stuff, personally. It's too big an issue for me to fight; I freely confess to having just given up. I mean that more on a macro cultural level. On the micro cultural level, as it relates to this series specifically and Star Trek at large generally, I'm kind of okay with it even if the showrunners come out and point-blank admit to it. Trek is kind of able to accommodate that; heck, it's arguably weakened if it isn't doing some degree of it.

      I'd never want it only to be that, of course, and this new episode rights the ship in that respect to at least some degree.

      The Vulcans still kind of suck, though. Sarek is a problem. I like the actor, but at no time do I ever feel even slightly as if he's playing Sarek; he's just some Vulcan dude. And I totally agree: his response about Spock should have been like the example you gave.

      Speaking of Spock, I'm very apprehensive about the new guy. He hasn't shown up yet, but those are just such huge boots to fill. I'm already not THAT enamored of the Quinto portrayal; I can only hope Peck will be that good or better. If he isn't, my newfound enthusiasm for the series may be short-lived.

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    6. I should also be clear: when I learned Michael was Spock's half sister/ adopted into the family, I said oh, okay, that's dumb. I mean, when you're greenlighting decisions like that, how can I have any confidence about any of their other decisions? That is so obviously and immediately the wrong thing to do. All the weirder because there's the so-obvious-and-immediately-wrong example in the rear view RIGHT THERE of STAR TREK V.

      Baffling.

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    7. Actually, upon reflection, this makes me wonder if whomever came up with that - and whomever failed to object to / veto it - even has seen STAR TREK V.

      Now, I wouldn't blame anyone for not wanting to watch STAR TREK V, or to ignore it, even. Go do your own thing. Except, as they keep reminding us, this IS the same universe, so STAR TREK V, or specifically that element of it, still exists.

      Now, if they just wanted to say hey, Sarek was a foster Dad to plenty of folks, that'd be fine. But it's the wrong move to make when you've tied yourself to the STAR TREK V verse.

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    8. Oh, I think it's definitely safe to assume that the people who came up with that plotline either never saw V or decided to ignore it altogether. This is especially true considering the split between the tv and movies side of Trek may legally mean the show wouldn't be allowed to use any plot element that was strictly from one of the movies, like Sybok.

      Personally, I just do not see the continued desire to look backwards in Trek, as opposed to looking forward. Even when it works -- like on Enterprise -- it's kind of working in a compromised way. Canon issues (if you even believe in such things [not a given], which I'm not sure these producers do) crop up almost immediately. Such as the Sarek-actually-caring-about-Michael-more-than-about-Spock thing, which is crazy.

      And you're right. Big decisions like that being made LIKE that make it difficult to trust the rest of the series.

      I guess one thing I'd say in its defense is that a lot of these decisions were made by people who are no longer on the series. I think maybe certain people knew almost immediately that huge mistakes had been made, and were powerless to slow the show's development down enough to prevent the problems from actually making it onto the screen. Now, they're stuck in cleanup mode. I doubt that explains every issue I have with the series, but I'd guess it explains a lot of them.

      I *did* like this new episode, though. I think the best-case scenario is that Discovery is going to end up like Deep Space Nine in that there are core conceptual problems so large that I'm unable ever to surmount them; but, at the same time, I'll be able to like or love individual episodes, plotlines, characters, etc.

      I can live with that. I want more, but if that's what I get, well, it could be worse. It could all be season one of Discovery. Ugh.

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  14. I was thinking about this tonight, and it occurred to me that my reaction to "Discovery" is VERY similar to my reaction to "Spectre" in that it feels very much like a betrayal of a thing I love.

    And THAT made me think of how I did not have that reaction to "The Last Jedi," despite the fact that so many people did.

    There's probably an interesting essay to be written about that. I say "interesting," but I mean "interesting to (and maybe ONLY to) me."

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  15. I thought it might make sense to return to the scene of this, perhaps the single most vitriolic thing I've ever written, and issue an update of sorts:

    I caved and absolutely tuned in -- as a paying subscriber to CBS All Access (I even sprung for a full year!) -- for the premiere of season two. Why would I do such a thing? Well, the bottom line is that there's just so much love for Star Trek in me that I am determined to at least give them another chance. Plus, AA has the Picard show coming down the pike, and they've got ... uh ... Pike. Plus, the previews made it look like they'd addressed at least some of my concerns.

    And guess what? I liked it! I didn't *love* it; I'd stop well short of that. But my problems (apart from some of the big-picture ones inherent to the concept) are almost entirely nitpicks rather than actual complaints, and ultimately, I'm already looking forward to next week's episode.

    A few things I'd like to specifically call out as being praiseworthy:

    * Sonequa Martin-Green is really good as Michael Bunrham in this one. She was never bad in season one, but the writers did a piss-poor job of writing the character, so the actor continually seemed to be trying to keep her head above water. In this episode, she's got her head up the entire time and is swimming purposefully toward the shore.

    * Anson Mount is very good as Pike. He's got more of a sense of humor than I expected, but that's okay. We mainly only know him from "The Cage," and in that episode he's a burned-out mess. I can accept this as normal Pike, no problem.

    * There is a concerted effort to make the bridge crew pop individually, and they mostly do.

    * The episode looks amazing. Damn near feature-quality the whole way through.

    * I've got a bit of a beef with the idea that the Talosians might show up, but there is a sly musical reference to them that gave me the chills at one point.

    * Tig Notaro is probably going to be divisive as Reno, but I thought she was solid. She's not immediately reminiscent of any other Trek character, and that's a good thing.

    So anyways ... yeah, pretty good. I hope they can keep it up, and maybe even get even better.

    None of this makes me regret my anger toward the first season, by the way. I still think that first season was and is a bit of a disgrace in some ways. But in no way am I rooting for that to continue. I want to LOVE new Star Trek, and if I can't love it I want to at least like it. So far so good on season two.

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