Lower Decks' Closet Cleaner, Real and Allegorical-lego-mario.900x.jpg

Lower Decks concluded the เว็บรวมสล็อตทุกค่ายฝากถอนไม่มีขั้นต่ำ first half of season two, addressing some of the remaining topics from the first season: Rutherford's memory loss and the impact between Mariner and Boimler with these issues.

But first, this week's “The Spy Humongous” show will take some time to look at the average days aboard the USS Cerritos, not TNG's classic "days of data." But it's close enough for fans of smaller, more intimate Trek stories.

This time, there was no strict division between Plan A and Plan B, with the top and bottom crews starring four loosely connected stories. The bridge crew were attempting to negotiate a ceasefire with the Pakleds,

while the flag was assigned to the "Unusual consolidation duties," which is a fancy way of saying "Clean up weird space junk," Boimler was excited, but he was pulled over by a career-focused "red shirt" group.

It is thought that his time aboard the USS Titan made him the main medium of command. And the ransom becomes a babysitter who escapes from the mouth of a slip/tourist/spy. It's a Star Trek comedy and legend that will help Trekkie for a long time.