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Why Briggs From Green Zone Looks So Familiar

In 2005, “Star Trek: Enterprise” aired its final episode, “These are the Voyages…,” thus bringing a close to a period where, from 1987 onward, there had always been a Trek series on the air. At the time, nobody knew when, or if, we’d ever see Star Trek television show again. It may have taken awhile, but eventually, 2017 ushered in a new CBS streaming platform, and with it, “Star Trek: Discovery.”

“Discovery” has no shortage of heroes — Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), Saru (Doug Jones), and Tilly (Mary Wiseman), just to name a few. However, one of the show’s stand-out characters is its Season 1 captain — and villain — Gabriel Lorca, played by Jason Isaacs. What makes Isaacs’ turn as Lorca shine is that he’s genuinely played as a shades-of-gray character for most of the season, rather than a straight villain. Yes, he has decidedly un-Starfleet ways of doing things, but he (mostly) seems to have his crew’s best interests at heart. It isn’t until we get a trip…

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