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An Obol for Charon

An Obol for Charon is the title of the 4th episode of season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery. It premiered on the 7th of February 2019 on CBS All Access and one day later worldwide on Netflix.


On the way to Spock's shuttle, the Discovery encounters an old dying alien organism that keeps the ship under its control. They eventuelly find out that the alien ship does not mean any harm and they find a way to get free.

See the detailed summary at   Memory Alpha.

Klingon dialogues

There were no Klingons in this episode, but due a malfunction of the universal translator, Michael Burnham spoke two lines in Klingon. Captain Pike answered in French asking "Why do you speak Klingon?" ("Pourquoi parlez vous Klingon?")

Laboratory on the Discovery

# Time Speaker Klingon Subtitles
1 10:54 Michael Burnham qav'ap vISuDbogh vIyaj. I understand the stakes.
2 11:02 ghurlaHbe' vummeH Domaj. We're working as fast as we can.

See also

Season 1
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?

Season 2
1. Brother 2. New Eden 3. Point of Light 4. An Obol for Charon 5. Saints of Imperfection 6. The Sounds of Thunder 7. Light and Shadows 8. If Memory Serves 9. Project Daedalus 10. The Red Angel 11. Perpetual Infinity 12. Through the Valley of Shadows 13. Such Sweet Sorrow Pt. 1 14. Such Sweet Sorrow Pt. 2

Season 3
There were no Klingon dialogues or references in season 3.

Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 09 Feb 2019, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 09 Feb 2019 by KlingonTeacher
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