Starfleet just lost an official in the most recent episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks. (SPOILERS follow for the Star Trek: Lower Decks episode “Confided in Sources.”) In the new Star Trek: Lower Decks episode, Capt. Freeman is sending off another second contact drive. Starfleet chooses to send a columnist from the League to the Cerritos to narrative the occasion. Freeman panics, agonizing over her standing and that of her boat and group. She chose to put the boat almost on lockdown and just permit select crewmembers to converse with the columnist. All others, including the lower deckers, are to get lost.
Sailor isn’t having it. She goes despite the commander’s good faith to meet with the writer. At the point when the columnist gives Freeman the uncomplimentary data she’s all’s assembled while on board the Cerritos, and Freeman not long after finds Sailor’s gathering with the writer, the commander accepts Sailor subverted the entire thing. Freeman has Sailor reassigned to Starbase 80, and it doesn’t take long there for Sailor to altogether leave Starfleet.
Nonetheless, incidentally, Sailor had just sure comments about working under her mom’s order. It was Freeman’s handpicked interviewees who let slip the less complimenting insights concerning their experiences. We addressed Dawnn Lewis, who voices Freeman, about how this affects Freeman and Sailor’s relationship.
“I was a young person with a mother that I didn’t necessarily in every case completely agree with, and the distance between us when I ventured out from home and disappeared to school really worked on our relationship,” Lewis said. “What’s more, immediately, we saw each other in an unexpected way, we addressed each other in an unexpected way, we drew in with one another in an unexpected way. The distinction with the situation between Commander Freeman and that’s what sailor is, indeed, we have come very much a separation from where we initially started, constantly gnawing each other’s heads off. We currently address each other in an unexpected way, better, we cooperate better, we are more steady of one another. So when I press the button and rush to make judgment calls and her automatic response is to be, which is all well and good, injured and hurt and exit Starfleet, it doesn’t feel like this is on the grounds that things are going to be better or we’re settling on these decisions to keep on developing our relationship.
“So there’s a genuine profound feeling of disappointment and uneasiness, especially for Capt. Freeman, as the exit is made like that. So I could envision her next course will be, ‘How might I recuperate this? I truly screwed up. I couldn’t fault where we are currently on her. This is all me, and how might I make this right?’ Which makes her ask herself a few inquiries about herself and her style of driving as well as of nurturing.”