A successful crash landing back to Earth. Seven years and a handful of days after it was launched, OSIRIS-REx returns
Abducted by Klingons, Phlox is compelled to participate in researching a cure for a disease created while trying to develop Klingon Augments.
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The two parter that was created to address the very noticable difference between Enterprise-era Klingons and the Original Klingons (aka, those 100 years in the future…) And haven’t the writers set us up with a doozy!!
The past hasn’t been ignored here, and the Augments that Soong created a few episodes back have returned… well, at least their genetic profile has.
And what makes it even more exciting is the fact that it’s not out of character for the Klingons to want what is better… a stronger faster solider for the Empire!
I have started to notice a lot more camera moves akin to 60’s dramas – the use of the zoom function on the camera (phased out over the 90’s and 00’s to help the audience feel they are apart of the action… who’s eyes have a zoom?)
Scott Bakula as Jolene Blalock as T'Pol
Connor Trinneer as Charles Tucker III
Dominic Keating as Phlox
John Billingsley as Phlox
Anthony Montgomery as Travis Mayweather
Linda Park as Hoshi Sato
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