Discovery returns to the fold

There’s a lot to unpack in the dense and ambitious "Die Trying," which is easily the best episode of the third season so far and among Discovery‘s best outings, and possibly its most balanced to date. This show tries to do a lot of things, and it ends up doing most of them very well. There’s promising stuff here.

If “Forget Me Not” was a good example of Discovery dialing it down and acting like classic Trek, "Die Trying" is more in line with Discovery‘s own true DNA. But it has figured out how to balance the formula and blend its more modern sensibilities with the classic ones. It does this in a story where Discovery reaches the 32nd-century joint Starfleet/Federation headquarters where they meet Admiral Charles Vance (Oded Fehr), who debriefs them on some current happenings, but has numerous questions for the crew of such an old ship.

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