Discovery out-freaks the conspiracy theory geeks this week, as a spore drive malfunction sends the ship space-tripping into an alternate universe . . .
Kevin Probably raises suspicions that a certain lack of rigorous talent scouting pervades the entire universe.
It looks like violence provides the only path to peace on this week's episode of Discovery.
As the SS closes in on mutant headquarters, Dreamer messes with Turner's mind, the Struckers save a life, and Reed demonstrates his loyalty to the mutants.
It's Galactic Groundhog Day, as Harry Mudd uses time travel to take over the Discovery, and devise lots of inventive and amusing ways to kill off Captain Lorca.
Lorca proves that he definitely possesses the biggest swinging dick of all the Star Trek captains.
Bell, Book and Candle plays out as The Tale of Two Dresses because the entire story can be summed up in two outfits, one which is so sexy it's obscene, and the other which looks like it should come with a matching doll.
On Lucifer, Maze beats the crap out of people, drinks to excess, has a lot of sex, and sews a button over a dude's gunshot wound. Situation normal.
The problems of having too much empathy or not enough materialize on both Star Trek: Discovery and The Orville this week.
Both dark and funny, The Gifted firmly establishes that Mutant Lives Matter.
Chesapeake Shores doesn't resolve whether Trace will leave Abby for country music stardom, but it looks like a few other relationships ended.
Star Trek: Discovery tackles hard-hitting issues like racism, sexism, religious fundamentalism, and Klingon eating habits all in one episode.