“The wolf, I’m afraid, is inside tearing up the place.” –Flannery O’Connor The severity of my daughter’s illness didn’t hit me until the day she collapsed at the hospital. An emergency response team whisked her into surgery to drain her lungs. Show More Summary
The issues of one’s identity in the Mirror Universe, effectively established in last week’s "Despite Yourself," heat up in the crucible that is "The Wolf Inside," which uses the MU through Burnham’s perspective to ask the question of what it means to live a life of lies while here. Can you lose yourself in a […]
Ever since we first saw Ash Tyler in the Klingon prison cell we wondered if he might be a double agent in the house of love. In the latest Star Trek Discovery episode, “The Wolf Inside,” everyone’s pretending to be their mirror universe...Show More Summary
In our latest podcast, Kayla and Brian sit down to discuss an exciting follow up to "Despite Yourself" which sees our heroes stranded in a strange dark universe where all Vulcans have fantastic facial hair.
Plus 'Discovery' has picked up some more awards nominations.
The 11th episode of Discovery has classic Star Trek elements and pays off on some big emotional storylines.
After the airing of last night’s episode, The Wolf Inside, Shazad Latif spoke about his character on the show. Note: There are...
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The mirror verse is so stressful! I sweated throughout the entirety of the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, “The Wolf Inside.” I don’t even know where to begin, so let’s just start with the best part of the episode, which was also, wildly enough, the least stressful. Show More Summary
And producer Ted Sullivan clarifies exactly how the mechanics of this character reveal worked.
[Warning: This post contains spoilers from Episode 11 of Star Trek: Discovery, "The Wolf Inside." Read at your own risk.] Sunday night's Star Trek: Discovery finally confirmed what many of us knew all along: Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif) is also the Klingon Voq. The painful reveal occurred in a series of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Star Trek: Discovery Shazad Latif
The adventures of Captain 'Killy' and crew continue tonight.
'Discovery' finally adds some well-known Star Trek aliens to the show in 'The Wolf Inside.'
Kaitlan Collins tweeted the same message she gave to Wolf Blitzer last night: they're apparently high-fiving in the West Wing. Staffers inside the White House aren't that worried about Trump's "shithole" remark -- with some predicting...Show More Summary
Five new photos have been released for this week’s Star Trek: Discovery episode. The episode is called The Wolf Inside. The Wolf...
Ahead of the release of the next episode of Discovery, The Wolf Inside, CBS have released a trailer and a bunch of stills to tease of things to come. Continue below to check them out, plus extra images from the previous episode released...Show More Summary
Get the first look at what is in store for episode 11, "The Wolf Inside".
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"Kissing the forehead of a sack of water," Slough groans. The shape pressed against your cheek smells the way you'd imagine a doomsday prepper's storage unit would. Like the inside of an Old Navy, with a hint of Beefaroni. It feels like a living thing, this weight hanging from your shoulder--this weight you're too afraid to turn your head to see. Just keep on trudging.
“Kissing the forehead of a sack of water,” Slough groans. The shape pressed against your cheek smells the way you’d imagine a doomsday prepper’s storage unit would. Like the inside of an Old Navy, with a hint of Beefaroni. It feels like a living thing, this weight hanging from your shoulder—this weight you’re too afraid to turn your head to see. Show More Summary