Re: Roddenberry's Worst Ideas
Riker fought with his father, Picard smashed his ships and disagreed with virtually every Admiral he met, Wesley is told to not touch the bridge panel or tell the truth ... I don't see an absence of disagreements. Perhaps characters in TNG handle them better than people on average today or McCoy's manners created the impression that TOS was more about people clashing but they are certainly not robots who never have problems with themselves or others.
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