Episode three, that which shall not be named, did it for me. The various middle fingers high in the sky to the fandom is what has officially made me turn off the computer.
You were going to impress your significant other and hope for a great, unforgettable night of car sex but in the end, you’re not going anywhere cos you’re broke down! On top of that, there are two dead, fat people in the trunk that smell like they’ve been there for God knows how long!
It’s a fictional organization that has had the most non-fictional influences in all of our mythos. Starfleet represents the best of what we can be as human beings. It has been that way for nearly 54 years!
WARNING: This piece is entirely in Japanese! 日本のメディアはよく説明不可と思いますので、私は日本の方にアメリカ人の目から景色等を紹介したいと思います。
The experience I wanted was that of someone who wanted to see this episode without looking for the tropes of identity politics or bad storytelling.
We truly, truly need to take these rumors with a grain of salt and heed the forewarning.
Centered around a Mary Sue character, the entire premise is numb, impotent, and at its very core, tragically divisive.