Strange New Worlds Sets Up Spock"s TOS Command Challenge

Lieutenant Spock (Ethan Peck) will get a chance to take command in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2, which sets up the challenging leadership role he will face in Star Trek: The Original Series. Both the teaser trailer and the full trailer for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2 show glimpses of Spock in command of the USS Enterprise. Of course, this is not the first time viewers have seen Spock in command. As Captain Kirk's (William Shatner) First Officer in Star Trek: The Original Series, Spock (Leonard Nimoy) was often left in charge of the ship when Kirk was away. He was a capable captain who kept calm in a crisis. The first away mission he led, however, was not as successful.
In The Original Series season 1 episode "The Galileo Seven," Spock leads Dr. Leonard McCoy (DeForest Kelley), Scotty (James Doohan), and a few other officers on an ill-fated mission to investigate a quasar-like phenomenon. The mission proves to be a difficult one for Spock as he is faced with multiple challenges along the way, including insubordinate officers. While it was not Spock's fault that this mission went as poorly as it did, his logic-based leadership style may not have been the best choice for this particular group. By putting Spock in command of Captain Pike's (Anson Mount) Enterprise, Strange New Worlds will show how Spock handles that role and will set up his future TOS command challenges.
Spock's Strange New World Command Sets Up TOS' "Galileo Seven" The Spock of Strange New Worlds is still working through the relationship between his Vulcan and human side. Though he often relies on logic, this Spock has not yet fully embraced the Vulcan way of life. He behaves differently as a leader on Pike's Enterprise with that crew than he will on Kirk's Enterprise. Plus, being the temporary commander of a ship is much different than being the leader of an away mission, especially if that away mission goes wrong. The mission in "The Galileo Seven" does not fail because Spock is a bad leader. He makes the best decisions he can with the information he has. On that particular mission, several things go wrong that Spock has no control over and logic does not always provide the answers for how to respond.


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