The Emerald Chain isn’t any match for the crew of Discovery. #StarTrekDiscovery Season three Finale That Hope is You Half 2.

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  1. 1. the USS TARDIScovery ~ Despite the eye-rolling, over-the-top, depiction of this scene, it actually is (moderately) plausible for the USS Discovery to have greater internal-space inside.

    – a.) The "Tesseract" (space within space) Technology does exist within the 'Alpha' (official) Canon of the ST-verse, from ST:Enterprise [ST:ENT 2×16 – "Future Tense"]; and this "Tesseract" Technology is from the 31st Century (year: 3000's). So, given that the USS Discovery has been upgraded with 32nd Century (year: 3189) technology, it would be (moderately) plausible to believe the USS Discovery had been upgraded with this, with its retrofit into the USS Discovery-A.
    – b.) However…the MAJOR PROBLEM with this scene is that there was no set-up &/or 'bookends' explanatory-coverage for this. {Personal Opinion: And honestly..? I doubt this sort of explanatory-coverage had even >occurred< to the ST:DIS writers, given what we have seen of overall ST:DIS plot-writing… ;( } The ST:DIS producers just shove this scene into the Audiences' faces without thought, and hope the Audience will not care/notice. -_-

    2. (1:19) "She's…a queen!" ~ [Arnold voice]: See you at the party, Richter! ;D

    3. (2:03) "What is that block of blue stuff?" ~ For those that may not know (or missed), the blocky blue stuff that Osyraa pushes Burnham into is Programmable Matter (PGRM), which is 32nd Century (year: 3189) technology [ST:DIS 3×06 – "Scavengers"]. To oversimplify, PGRM is "Space LEGOs", multi-functional material capable forming into various useful things; from hull structure to circuitry to personal gear. Rather obviously, the most efficient place to keep >Programmable< Matter would be at the >Computer< Core. 😉

    4. (2:22) Burnham vs. Osyraa ~ On one hand, I can plausibly accept Burnham managing to shoot Osyraa dead despite being inside the opaque PGRM block, since Burnham fired a spread of (x4) shots rather than just one shot. On the other hand, I just do not 'get' what Osyraa expected the PGRM block to do to Burnham, that Osyraa could walk away without confirming that Burnham was dead (or at least definitively out of the fight)…
    – a.) Did Osyraa think Burnham would "drown" inside the PGRM block? (Remember, kids & parents (2:37): LEGOs are a choking hazard, so do not submerge yourself in any tubs of LEGOs, or PGRM. 😉 )
    – b.) Or did Osyraa think the PGRM block would "eat" Burnham? (Meaning disassemble Burnham into more PGRM, like how ST-Replicators recycle waste material.)

    5. (3:00) Resetting the Main Computer ~ It is nice to know that even in the far future of the 32nd Century (year: 3189), that 8-track cassettes are still a 'thing'. #OldTrekNerd. ;p

    Thanks for uploading this, Picard + Discovery Fandom. 🙂

  2. The problem with the show is:
    Burnham aka 🔥🐖🥓….
    Its level of the writing….is beyond stool level….
    Although expected, I just Can't believe they gave her ( Burnham aka 🔥🐖🥓)
    The captaincy…..
    I think somewhere in the universe, Captain Picard is continuously spinning in his artificial bodly grave.
    And where the Fxxxx are the dudes?
    You know A main none effeminate lead characters?

  3. this show is a sequel and a prquel but if they win all the time it gets old the discovery should have been destoryed in the battle her crew escaping in escape pods

  4. ser this is a kool scene and the production is kool but its the writers suck and the burnham character being the answer to all the problems is stupid to hero always wins predictable for me to continue to watch this show

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