Category: star trek discovery spoilers

kirkmcoy: The suit is ready. Are you? It’s you…

kirkmcoy:

The suit is ready. Are you? It’s your mother and it’s you. Trust what you’ve done together.
I do.

cuddlybitch:

cuddlybitch:

Okay, listen to me. Listen to me, little brother. This is the last advice I’ll ever be able to give you. There is a whole galaxy out there full of people who will reach for you. You have to let them. Find that person who seems farthest from you and reach for them. Reach for them. Let them guide you.

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captaincrusher:

captaincrusher:

captaincrusher:

Consider:

Spock spent Discovery season 2 learning to deal with feelings and his humanity. He learned to trust and love Michael again, to reach out to her and depend on her.

And then she is ripped away and he can literally never speak of her outside of his family again.

That kind of trauma might get a person to: Become closed off, not deal with their feelings, re-retreat into their Vulcan side because everything about being human hurts like hell and the one person that loved you and understood is gone forever.

It might make that person reluctant to trust people. Until you meet the right person that is kind, generous, understanding and cares openly and deeply…

The bridge between DSC Spock and TOS makes sense to me if I see Spock as someone dealing with a trauma, which he is shielding himself from. It adds another layer to his fear of his human side – there is a loss there that is profound which he don’t know how to deal with and has promised not to talk about.

At this time he is barely on speaking terms with his family – the only people that knows about what he’s going through.

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captaincrusher:

captaincrusher:

Consider:

Spock spent Discovery season 2 learning to deal with feelings and his humanity. He learned to trust and love Michael again, to reach out to her and depend on her.

And then she is ripped away and he can literally never speak of her outside of his family again.

That kind of trauma might get a person to: Become closed off, not deal with their feelings, re-retreat into their Vulcan side because everything about being human hurts like hell and the one person that loved you and understood is gone forever.

It might make that person reluctant to trust people. Until you meet the right person that is kind, generous, understanding and cares openly and deeply…

The bridge between DSC Spock and TOS makes sense to me if I see Spock as someone dealing with a trauma, which he is shielding himself from. It adds another layer to his fear of his human side – there is a loss there that is profound which he don’t know how to deal with and has promised not to talk about.

At this time he is barely on speaking terms with his family – the only people that knows about what he’s going through.

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captaincrusher:

Consider:

Spock spent Discovery season 2 learning to deal with feelings and his humanity. He learned to trust and love Michael again, to reach out to her and depend on her.

And then she is ripped away and he can literally never speak of her outside of his family again.

That kind of trauma might get a person to: Become closed off, not deal with their feelings, re-retreat into their Vulcan side because everything about being human hurts like hell and the one person that loved you and understood is gone forever.

It might make that person reluctant to trust people. Until you meet the right person that is kind, generous, understanding and cares openly and deeply…

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Consider:

Spock spent Discovery season 2 learning to deal with feelings and his humanity. He learned to trust and love Michael again, to reach out to her and depend on her.

And then she is ripped away and he can literally never speak of her outside of his family again.

That kind of trauma might get a person to: Become closed off, not deal with their feelings, re-retreat into their Vulcan side because everything about being human hurts like hell and the one person that loved you and understood is gone forever.

discovernow: I thought I could make my home on…

discovernow:

I thought I could make my home on Enterprise. Then I realized that you’re my home. So I came back. Everything, always, came back around to you. I’m just sorry it took me so long to see it.

discovernow: I thought I could make my home on…

discovernow:

I thought I could make my home on Enterprise. Then I realized that you’re my home. So I came back. Everything, always, came back around to you. I’m just sorry it took me so long to see it.

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I have no idea what the death of Cornwell was supposed to bring to the story. If they wanted to show sacrifice they could have focused on all the people dying out there on the battlefield.  

The “Someone has to stay behind and push the button from inside” trope has been done so many times. It didn’t feel very original and was so separate from the main story.

I don’t know what they wanted to accomplish but for me it felt like a squandered death. An unnecessary waste of an interesting character.

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I have no idea what the death of Cornwell was supposed to bring to the story. If they wanted to show sacrifice they could have focused on all the people dying out there on the battlefield.  

The “Someone has to stay behind and push the button from inside” trope has been done so many times. It didn’t feel very original and was so separate from the main story.

I don’t know what they wanted to accomplish but for me it felt like a squandered death. An unnecessary waste of an interesting character.