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The USS Cerritos encounters a familiar enemy. Tendi helps a struggling recruit find her footing.
The episode was rated 8.13 from 754 votes.
In the season two finale, the U.S.S. Cerritos is tasked to aid another class starship on a first contact mission.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 560 votes.
Boimler tries to find a friend from the bridge, while the crew of the USS Cerritos has free time during a long warp trip.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 571 votes.
The Cerritos crew unexpectedly spends a day on Deep Space Nine.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 313 votes.
A consultant arrives on the U.S.S. Cerritos to run drills that require the lower deckers and bridge crew to swap duties.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 548 votes.
Mariner and Boimler try to track down the location of a legendary Starfleet party while the bridge crew deals with an insecure alien diplomat.
The episode was rated 7.74 from 582 votes.
Mariner repurposes Boimler's holodeck program to cast herself as the villain in a Lower Decks style movie.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 735 votes.
Mariner and Boimler are stranded on an uninhabited planet with a sentient computer. On the Cerritos, Lt. Commander Billups must prove his engineering abilities to an old adversary.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 540 votes.
On a tropical paradise planet, Mariner questions Commander Ransom on how he structures his away team. Boimler makes a bold career decision.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 406 votes.
Mariner and Boimler work the Starfleet recruitment booth at an alien job fair, Rutherford challenges himself.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 338 votes.
Mariner enlists her friends on a rogue mission to exonerate her mother, as Captain Freeman faces a military tribunal for the destruction of Pakled Planet.The episode was rated from 452 votes.
Assigned a special task by Dr. T'Ana, Tendi enlists Mariner for help. On the U.S.S. Cerritos, Rutherford is consumed by a bridge crew mystery.The episode was rated from 589 votes.
Anomaly consolidation day on the U.S.S. Cerritos leaves the Lower Deckers with mixed emotions. Captain Freeman attempts to negotiate peace on the Pakled home world.The episode was rated from 561 votes.
Our Lower Deckers have trouble bonding with Ensign Jet Manhaver, who has been assigned Boimler’s bunk and shift duties. Meanwhile, we get a glimpse of Boimler’s life on the U.S.S. Titan, which is more intense than he thought it would be.The episode was rated from 602 votes.
Mariner tries to impress her best friend from Starfleet Academy who is now a visiting Captain. Boimler is sent to a Starfleet medical ship after a transporter accident puts him “out of phase.”The episode was rated from 757 votes.
Mariner, Boimler, Tendi and Rutherford are caught off guard when aliens force them to testify about a series of seemingly unrelated events.The episode was rated from 738 votes.
The U.S.S. Cerritos is dispatched to a planet to investigate an unexplained sighting of a dangerous Mugato.The episode was rated from 576 votes.
Ensign Boimler welcomes his girlfriend Barb onto the USS Cerritos, much to Ensign Mariner’s dismay — while Ensigns Ruthford and Tendi have starship envy when the Cerritos rendezvous with the more-advanced USS Vancouver.The episode was rated from 785 votes.
On a remote science outpost, stone orbs are bringing fantasies to life. Tendi starts her first day as a Senior Science Officer Trainee.The episode was rated from 380 votes.
Captain Freeman seeks the ultimate payback after Mariner blatantly disrespects her in front of the crew. A well-meaning Tendi accidentally messes up a Lieutenant's attempt at spiritual ascension and tries to make it right.The episode was rated from 805 votes.
Last updated: oct 06, 2022
Being both a Star Trek and Rick & Morty fan I had some hopes, giving not so much importance about how piss off was the community of Trekkies about prior CBS shows. However, sadly, at least the first chapter feels like a bad parody. There are a lot of references, but humor is not as compelling or good as prior Mike McMahan shows.
Just when you thought CBS couldn't make any worse Trek, they vomit out this garbage. Not a funny thing in it and the animation is appalling. Roddenberry must be spinning in his grave at warp 9.
Looks like it comes from the SAME animation studio as Final Space, with many of the same character tropes. Not a "counter" to The Orville, but a look at the Trek universe and canon from the eyes of the usually expendable "Redshirts". In this universe, Starfleet Command staff don't always have "the RIGHT stuff, but instead are very, VERY LUCKY, always egotistically looking for ways to "make history" so they can get a mention in the official books, and are prone to take credit for the lower deck Geeks good ideas, and actions. Lots of hat tips and mentions to TOS characters, creatures, and memes, as well as a pretty hilariously accurate depiction as to what would probably occur if you ACTUALLY tried to spar someone with a Bat'leth. A bit of intrigue is injected with the disclosure of Ensign Beckett Mariner's lineage, which looks like it might be interesting. Didn't quite hit it out of the park the first episode, but, a fun and entertaining look at an alternate perspective of the Trek verse...
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