The seventh episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks arrives on Thursday, and we have a first look at some new images. There’s also a video preview and a sneak peek clip.
“Much Ado About Boimler”
Star Trek: Lower Decks season one, episode 7 “Much Ado About Boimler” will be available to stream on CBS All Access on Thursday, September 17.
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.”
Episode 7 trailer
CBS also released a trailer for the episode, which (for now) can only be seen on the official site.
Episode 7 sneak peek
The mid-season episode of The Ready Room included a sneak peek at this week’s episode. Check it out below. (Video should start at 33:05.)
New episodes of Star Trek: Lower Decks premiere on Thursdays on CBS All Access in the U.S. and on CTV Sci-Fi Channel in Canada, where it’s also available to stream on Crave. It has not yet been announced where and when Lower Decks will be available outside of the USA and Canada.
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Does Doctor Dr. T’Ana not habe 3 breasts?
M’Ress didn’t have 3 breasts either…. I’m guessing that the cat people from “The Animated Series” and the cat people from “Star Trek V” were different races.
Huh? She’s a Caitian, and they’ve never been shown with three breasts in The Animated Series, Star Trek IV or Star Trek Into Darkness. I can only assume you’re thinking of the felinoid dancer from Star Trek V (known among the makeup team as a Kzinrrett).
The three breast thing was also something that Roddenberry wanted to inflict on Troi.
Fortunately, Marina Sirtis was having none of it.
Women with “extra” differences seemed to be Roddenberry’s idea of something cool and attractive (sigh…).
In “Genesis II” the more advanced post-Armageddon humans had two hearts. The attractive female romantic interest who introduces the main “Dylan Hunt” character to the post-apocalypse world, provides a big revelation in displaying two bellybuttons.
Coincidentally I just watched the Enterprise episode “Vanishing Point” – Hoshi’s transporter accident episode.
Transporter accidents seem pretty common for a “safe” technology….
Well, Hoshi’s was all just a dream. And car accidents happen all the time in real life, but most of us still feel comfortable driving around every day.
In todays world, it’s not usually the car the causes the problem, but the operator. Flying commercially is probably a better analogy.
“In todays world, it’s not usually the car the causes the problem”
Tell that to poor Anton Yelchin! :/
That was a very good episode, hope this one matches it. Lower decks has been pretty cool so far for me. I agree with some that its the best show of the Kurtzman era(so far) to date.
Episode 7 of 10 coming up.
Ok, I admit that got me for a moment.
I’m enthusiastic about seeing the new Discovery S3 premiere,but……..I confess I’m sad at the same time that it will be at least a year before we see another season of Lower Decks given the long horizon for animation.
There, I admit it, I’m just a spoiled fan that wants to get back to the 90s when we had 52 new episodes of Trek per year.
“wants to get back to the 90s when we had 52 new episodes of Trek per year.”
With Kurtzman’s zeal, we may just get back to there eventually ;)
Now, if this will be the same QUALITY also, is a whole different question!
We all do
That’s a big sickbay – what the heck is the crew complement of the ship?
Not really, the Enterprise D had an entire Medical Deck in Andrew Probert’s original design, which makes more sense than the four biobeds we saw in sick bay next to Crusher’s office. There were over a thousand people on the Enterprise
it haves more than one sick bay
Hahaha, Boimler. What a jackwagon. Get a load of this booby-witted chucklehead, am I right? Boimler, this certified scaramouch is too much.