Star Trek: Discovery (2020): S03E06 – Scavengers


Introduction

The third season of the American television series Star Trek: Discovery follows the crew of the USS Discovery as they travel to the future, over 900 years after the events of the original Star Trek series.

Outline

The Discovery is upgraded to utilise future technology, including programmable matter. Vance sends other Starfleet ships on various missions across the remaining Federation space, but orders Discovery to remain at the ready for any rapid-response missions. Book’s ship arrives carrying a three-week-old message from him about a new discovery he has made, the black box for a Starfleet ship that was destroyed in the Burn. Burnham believes that she can use this black box to trace the origin of the Burn, but Saru orders her to remain on the Discovery in case they are needed by Vance. Burnham agrees but then disobeys this order by taking Georgiou and Book’s ship to go find him. On the salvage planet Hunhau, Georgiou poses as a buyer looking for rare ship pieces while Burnham finds Book. They stage a prison break for the servants working at the salvage yards, allowing their escape with Book and the black box. When they return, Burnham is reprimanded by Vance for disobeying orders. Saru demotes Burnham from her position as his first officer.

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Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 19 November 2020.
  • Running Time: 50 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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