The creation of a powerful new weapon puts the Orville crew, and the entire Union, in a political and ethical quandary.

The creation of a powerful new weapon puts the Orville crew, and the entire Union, in a political and ethical quandary.

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Rob is a movie buff, computer whiz, gamer, huge Batman fan, and above all... a geek. In addition to being the Founder and Host of The Geek Generation, he is also a photographer, graphic designer, certified clinical hypnotherapist, a former professional wrestler, and a current superhero.

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  • The implications of Charlie’s tone in that lasst scene of hers implies strongly that she and Amanda were not “just friends.” I feel they should have been more explicit about the nature of the Charlie/Amanda relationship; making it ambiguous in this day and age feels a touch regressive.
    Them being out would be even more strength to the arc. (It’s not like the über conservatives at Fox were in place to blacklist it…)

    I agree it’s a good arc.

    • They actually were just friends, but Charly was in love with her. We don’t know how Amanda felt. Charly admitted to Isaac in “Twice in a Lifetime” that she loved Amanda, but never got the chance to tell her.