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    Default The Orville: 'Cupid's Dagger'



    The Orville is called to mediate a peace treaty between two warring cultures; tensions run high between Ed and Kelly when a familiar face boards the ship; Yaphit declares his love for Dr. Finn.
    Nice guest star turn from Rob Lowe and the make-up FX were excellent.

    I noticed Dr Finn's 'sexy music' cue was very TOS.

    Is it me or did anyone else want to see Bortus sing 'My Heart Will Go On'?

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    Loved Rob Lowe's performance. Another good one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop37 View Post




    Nice guest star turn from Rob Lowe and the make-up FX were excellent.

    I noticed Dr Finn's 'sexy music' cue was very TOS.

    Is it me or did anyone else want to see Bortus sing 'My Heart Will Go On'?

    4/5
    Another really enjoyable ep . A bit more comedy in this one. Yeah, Robb Lowe rocked the role.

    The outcome was entertaingly predictable. Lol.

    Yeah, I too was a bit curious to see how Bortus was going to do on that song. I think that's gonna be another small running joke in the show.... like "You wanna open this jar of pickles for me?"
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    I think this is my favorite ep so far. I figured out what was going on pretty early, and anticipated the ending, but still the ride to get there was worth it. Rob Lowe was great!
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