In the words of a doomed dinosaur wrangler learning he's met his match: clever girl. More of a visual exploration like the aforementioned "San Junipero", "U.S.S. Callister" is a 74-minute story that is inspired by the look of the original Star Trek. Or at least it appears to be.
Black Mirror is an anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world, with each stand-alone episode a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia.
And in the unlikely event that you struggled to get that reference, then a lot of the Star Trek nods packed into this USS Callister sneak peek may go over your head too.
But there's clearly something sinister going on here.
This will be the first time that Black Mirror has ventured into outer space.
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The cast voyage through space, defeat alien aggressors and everything seems.strangely fine.
Some Black Mirror fans have speculated that the "USS Callister" will actually be an in-universe episode of Sea of Tranquility, an effects-heavy sci-fiction show within the the show that was mentioned in season one's "The National Anthem" and season three's "Nosedive".
Video: Something isn't right on the U.S.S. Callister - but at least the outfits look groovy.
The fleet uniforms peg the episode as an homage to Star Trek, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Brooker says the story is more a morality play about "tyranny and abuse of power".