Discovery’s return to the prime universe has jumped them ahead in time some nine months – and by this point the war with the Klingons has not been going well. Armed with the spore drive, intelligence on the cloaking device, and the unscrupulous mirror Georgiou, Discovery might be the only ship equipped to bring the fight to the Klingons. Continue reading
Mirror Lorca has made his move, and now his followers are keen to help him dethrone Georgiou and take control of the Empire. Whilst Burnham joins forces with the mirror version of her former captain in order to put a stop to Lorca’s plan, Stamets has dire news. The mirror Stamets’ version of the spore drive is very different to the one aboard Discovery, and holds the potential to not only corrupt the entire mycelial network, but to destroy life in every universe. Continue reading
Michael Burnham faces her latest challenge – dealing with the mirror universe’s Empress Georgiou, and her conflicted feelings about encountering an alternate version of her beloved mentor. Meanwhile, Stamets explores the mycelial network with his mirror universe counterpart, and Saru struggles to deal with Voq/Tyler. Continue reading
Burnham’s impersonation of her mirror self runs into difficulties when she is ordered to destroy a rebel base. Meanwhile, Tilly comes up with an idea to save Stamets, and Tyler struggles with past memories. Continue reading
Stamets’ last jump has gone horribly wrong, leaving Discovery stranded – in what turns out to be the mirror universe. Determined to survive in a universe where the Terran Empire reigns supreme, the crew decide that they must impersonate their mirror selves. Continue reading
Twenty years ago, BoJack Horseman was TV’s hottest property, starring as “The Horse” on long-running sitcom Horsin’ Around. But those days are over, and now BoJack is a washed-up actor getting by on vast amounts of drink and horse tranquiliser. But when his agent arranges for a ghostwriter to help him write his autobiography, could it be just the thing he needs to kickstart his career?
For a while, there was a time when every visitor to our house was shown the first episode (or two) of BoJack Horseman. Not all of them liked it, or even understood it, but we felt it was our sworn duty to introduce them to the show that we loved so much. Continue reading
When we think of TV protagonists, we usually picture a hero – a morally righteous person seeking to make the world a better place. And when they don’t start out that way, we expect to accompany them on a journey of self-improvement, in which they discover important things such as love, happiness and the true meaning of friendship.
But not every main character takes that journey. In this article, I examine four protagonists whose redemption arcs never came – Tony Soprano, Jackie Peyton, Greg House and Bojack Horseman. Continue reading