We wrap up our trip to the Mirror Universe with two episodes that are each classic Trek, but in very different ways.
Read More “We will not accept a no-win scenario”: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part 2 (ENT) vs. What’s Past is Prologue (DSC)
The Siskos and Burnham spend more creepy quality time with the Mirror versions of their lost loved ones, which turns into a sitcom for the Siskos, and a horror movie for Burnham.
Read More “This feels like a reckoning”: Shattered Mirror (DS9) vs. Vaulting Ambition (DSC)
Sisko and Burnham impersonate their Mirror Universe selves, which leads Burnham to question her faith in herself and in humanity … and leads Sisko to look cool dual-wielding phasers.
Read More “Every moment is a test”: Through the Looking Glass (DS9) vs. The Wolf Inside (DSC)
The crew of the ISS Enterprise are mostly evil, while the crew of the ISS Discovery are just pretending to be.
Read More “Their strength is painted rust”: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part 1 (ENT) vs. Despite Yourself (DSC)
In Trek vs. Trek’s first trip to the Mirror Universe, we see how differently the Original Series and Deep Space Nine approach the idea of ‘the darkest timeline’.
Read More “There’s got to be something better than this”: Mirror, Mirror (TOS) vs. Crossover (DS9)
In these two stand-out episodes, we take a trip into two darker timelines … and get a glimpse of the very different TV shows that The Next Generation and Voyager could have been.
Read More “I’d like my death to count for something”: Yesterday’s Enterprise (TNG) vs. Year of Hell (VOY)
Disaster strikes, and we get to see how the crew of the Enterprise, and two identical crews of two identical Voyagers, cope in a crisis.
Read More “Weird is part of the job”: Disaster (TNG) vs. Deadlock (VOY)