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Every starship must have a chief medical officer, and while Star Trek’s Bones McCoy may be the most iconic space doctor of all time, The Orville’s Dr. Claire Finn (Penny Johnson Jerald, a Deep Space Nine alum) has some valuable and unique skills to bring to the table.

As The Orville’s second season continues, we’re increasingly convinced that Dr. Finn is the ship’s real MVP.

To live is to forget—account numbers, names, the precise locations of keys and wallets, friends from childhood, peripheral characters from prestige TV shows, inside jokes, past ambitions, history, much else. Goldfish with guns: that’s the human race. But every frailty, we know, serves some larger adaptive purpose. So it is worth asking, as we wrack our brains for whatever it was we know we were supposed to do today: why must things be like this? Why do we forget? We reached out to a number of neuroscientists and psychologists to find out.

Spider-Man: Far From Home casts a new friend for Peter Parker. A Bumblebee sequel is already in the works. Netflix wants to revive Unsolved Mysteries. Plus, a new look at Men in Black: International, and what’s to come on Supergirl and Gotham. We’re in the spoilsgame now!

Large portions of the U.S. government are shut down, but espionage doesn’t wait for anybody. The U.S. military launched a Delta-IV Heavy rocket on Saturday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, but its payload is a mystery. Why? Whatever America just launched into space is for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)—the military and intelligence community’s eyes in the sky.

Google has been fined $US56.8 ($79) million by privacy regulators in France, marking the country’s first use of the tough new privacy rules enacted in Europe last year. Specifically, the company is accused of violating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by using, without proper consent, the private data of users to craft personalised ads and by burying key privacy disclosures pages deep amid oceans of text.