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Choose Your Pain

Choose Your Pain is the title of the fifth episode of Star Trek: Discovery. It premiered on the 15th of October 2017 on CBS All Access and one day later worldwide on Netflix.

Story

Captain Lorca is being abducted by the Klingons. Meanwhile, scientists at the U.S.S. Discovery realize that the tardigrade suffers each time the ship makes a jump. They develop a serum that can transfer the DNA of the tardigrade to another living being, but they cannot find a compatible host for it. Captain Lorca can free himself from Klingon captivity. Lt. Stamets transmits the serum to himself and can thus rescue the ship, including its captain, from the Klingon area of influence.

See the detailed summary at   Memory Alpha.

Klingon dialogues

1. Kidnapping

Speaker Klingon Subtitles
L'Rell lorqa' HoD Captain Lorca.

Use of pIqaD

Two scenes on two Klingon vessels showed some Klingon letters. See MOVED TO... pIqaD used in Discovery for details.

See also

Episodes of Star Trek: Discovery

1. A Vulcan Hello 2. Battle at the binary stars 3. Context is for Kings 4. The butcher's knife cares not for the lamb's cry 5. Choose Your Pain
6. Lethe 7. Magic to make the sanest man go mad 8. Si vis pacem, para bellum 9. Into the forest I go 10. Despite Yourself
11. The Wolf Inside 12. Vaulting Ambition 13. What's Past Is Prologue 14. The War Without, The War Within 15. Will You Take My Hand?

Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 09 Nov 2017, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 03 Oct 2017 by MarcZankl
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