Directed by Jon Dudkowski and written by Kirsten Beyer, Star Trek: Discovery episode "Unification III" may be the strongest chapter yet.
With roughly half of Season 2 complete, answers may be long in coming. Some additional thoughts on "Light and Shadows" to ponder while we wait for next week: ● I want to be Amanda Grayson when I grow up… and I want all of her clothes. ● Was it just me, or was Pike flirting with Tilly a little bit? ● Leland's[...]
While no one aboard the Discovery made it through the episode unscathed, two of my favorites – Saru (Doug Jones) and Tilly (Mary Wiseman) – were forced to the limits of their endurance (and beyond) and both are forever changed Queue the universal symbol for a spoiler warning… Just from the episode's title alone – a[...]
In addition to L'Rell's fight to keep power, Tilly's (Mary Wiseman) creepy fungus infection got out of control and we learned that Spock (Ethan Peck) escaped from the psychiatric ward and is wanted for murder. While the episode felt more like exposition than action, when you lay it out, you see that a lot more actually[...]
I really want to try that trick now. Ensign Tilly (Mary Wiseman) continues to be both the deus ex machina and comic relief for the show After being injured while drilling a hole in a super-dense asteroid without back-up, a Discovery crew member named May (Bahia Watson) assists Tilly in figuring out a fly-in-a-doughnut-while-dragging-a-magnet maneuver to[...]
We know that CBS and CBS ALL ACCESS is looking at expanding their current slate of Star Trek on the streaming service, and apparently that's going to be starting with a set of 4 shorts called Star Trek: Short Trek. Three of the four stories will center on a key character from the Star Trek: Discovery series including Tilly (played[...]
Sitting out front in the box office is Tilly — a native of Marceline. Tilly's costume has changed over the years, but it's always remained correct for the time period in which she represents (early 1900s) Tilly is, admittedly, a little eerie Her cold, vacant stare and really lifelike hands would be suitable for a horror[...]