The second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is now available on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K-UHD, and it includes over two hours of bonus features, including one where Spock (Ethan Peck) explores a new mastication experience.
The clip, which is an exclusive from IGN, comes from the season two episode, “Charades,” where Spock briefly becomes human after a little bit of a DNA mix-up. In it, Number One (Rebecca Romijn) offers Spock some chewing gum, which he tries like a curious schoolboy. Things take a turn, however, when he tries mixing the gum with nuts and then with pickles. Not a good combo by any stretch.
TrekMovie.com has another clip from the bonus features—this one is with prosthetic design supervision head J. Alan Scott where he talks about the “half masks” the show created, making becoming a Klingon, let’s say, as easy as putting on the equivalent of a wig with a forehead and getting some face paint done.
Check it out below:
The home release version comes with featurettes titled “Producing Props,” “The Costumes Closet,” “The Gorn,” “Singing in Space,” and “Exploring New Worlds.”
You can buy the DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD Blu-ray at the retail store of your choice.