Star Trek: Discovery | 2 × 14 – Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2 [Season Finale]

 Star Trek: Discovery |  2 × 14 - Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2 [Season Finale]

AND Star Trek: Discovery comes to the end of his season with a positive balance, even creating rocky situations that sometimes seem not to fit, but taking care not to disturb the canon of the series so much. Here we see the fate of Enterprise and Discovery and how each ship follows its course …

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information about the main events of the episode. Continue reading at your own risk.

One solution that was soon resolved was the fact that Control was not the origin of the Borgs, which does not involve or interfere with the canon of the series, in addition to correcting the fact that Discovery is so different from the other series and ships, and thus it for the future and create a pact using a Starfleet law to “forget it” was an ok solution, even a little lazy. The way Spock says he was forced not to talk about his sister and the crew so they wouldn’t screw things up was cool.

The fact is that Captain Pike, Number One, Spock and the entire crew of the Enterprise surrounds us and makes us want to see more of this phase of the captain before his retirement and the arrival of Captain Kirk, who becomes really friends with Spock. This one also reformulated and took on the classic bowl cut, even if it bothered a little in the shape of the face of Ethan Peck.

Now, the only and strongest farewell was from Admiral Cornwell, who sacrificed himself to touch the torpedo that was attached to the Enterprise. It was strong due to the character’s farewell, who was always close to the entire crew, but there was something weird about the torpedo explosion being contained by the door that separates her from Pike, and the explosion would lose some of the ship’s decks.

And then we have Michael de Spock’s farewell, which was sincere and intense. I really liked the way it is drawn and played, with the farewell being built on top of the “moves” to draw the heels and leave the signs that took them there. And what is really exciting is the visual way they decided to open the wormholes and make the journey in Michael’s armor.

In the war against Control intelligence, Stamets was hit and Hughs made peace with his feelings, while Saru said goodbye to Siranna, who stole one of the Ba’ul ships to join the war, alongside the Klingon, who also made it clear that they only did that because even their lives were at stake. And how can I not like Serena? Or rather, Queen Me Hani Ika Hali Ka Po.

Everyone had their goodbye moments, Star Trek: Discovery it brought sensational visual effects and has been separated in 950 years from the timeline, and with that I look forward to the directions that the series can take in the future. Let the 3rd season come, and with the mystery of how Georgiou will look, since she would be in the spin-off with Section 31 next to Ash.