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Will writer Kirsten Beyer be able to bring together the Romulans and Vulcans in the episode “Unification III” (the most recent episode of Star Trek: Discovery), that will satisfy it’s harshest critics? ROBSERVATIONS host, writer-director-producer Robert Meyer Burnett, explains where the episode fell short and why his discontent with the latest Star Trek offering continues. Plus letters from fans and live questions from viewers of the live stream.

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