There are still the occasional clunkers, and the trick of having characters occasionally shout out overly-excited dialogue bursts is never quite as funny as the writers and performers seem to think, but overall, the show has found its strengths by leaning into character humor when it isn’t poking around the edges of Federation prestige.
All the good aspects of season 1 still remain in this 2nd season: Great animated Star Trek spin-off. Its tone is obviously rather different from the somewhat more traditional (and perhaps more canonical) series hardcore fans idolize, but the animated nature of this series allows it to be more than merely a series of self-important/pompous characters walking down interminable corridors uttering aphoristic-sounding nonsense: there's battles, there's heart, there's way more humanity and humour than in most of the previous Star Trek iterations and it is absolutely hilarious. On top of that, the relationship between the characters have now been further developed and are starting to become more subtle and nuanced (even if subtle is not a word I would normally associate with this show). Still: 10/10
Still fun, Trekkies and fast in season 2.
It is more star trek than some other "serious" tv show.
Again I don't understand all the hate, this series make Star Trek humorous without being offensive of the franchise.
Season Two is more comfortable in its skin and its a really fun time. The episodes are shortened versions of classic 90's trek with much more humor and it works really well. The characters are fun and there's so many nods to old trek. WATCH IT