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Old September 2 2011, 06:15 PM   #166
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Old September 2 2011, 06:25 PM   #167
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TNG: "The Offspring"

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Old September 2 2011, 07:23 PM   #168
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Descent I, last night. Part II is on tonight.
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Old September 2 2011, 07:52 PM   #169
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The Defector - TNG

One of my all time favorites!
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Old September 2 2011, 08:33 PM   #170
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"The Conscience of the King" (TOS)
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Old September 2 2011, 08:36 PM   #171
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The Enemy Within.
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Old September 2 2011, 11:01 PM   #172
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VOY: "The '37s"

I remember all the ads for this back in 1995. Promoting the second season of its flagship show was a big thing for young, ill-fated UPN. By the time the episode premiered my eight-year-old self was hyped. I think the rushed nature of this episode went over my head back then, though. I was almost as happy to see Amelia Earhart on the small screen then as I am now, actually. Always found her mystery fascinating as a kid.

But anyway, yes, rather rushed. I read this could have been a two-parter and man, what that could have done. Not just in order to see the cities and give more emotional weight to the "who will stay behind?" gig, but I wouldn't have minded seeing the aliens return and a big stint with that. This really feels like a lot of wasted potential. Some good Janeway moments and strong acting saves it from flat-out mediocrity but I almost rolled my eyes at the cargo room scene. So obvious.
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Old September 2 2011, 11:05 PM   #173
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Just watched "Obsession."

I can't remember. Was this the first reference to Spock's blood being copper-based?
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Old September 2 2011, 11:11 PM   #174
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I just watched the last 20 minutes of TNG's Relics on Syfy this morning before leaving for work. The last full episode would have been the TNG episode with Tom Paris... er, Nick Locarno covering up something stupid at the Academy.
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Old September 2 2011, 11:16 PM   #175
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Sorry Greg, I officially flunk my chance to impress a TrekLit writer. Not sure.

Kirby, I'll forever refer to that guy as Nick "We'll Always Have Paris" Locarno.
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Old September 3 2011, 01:31 AM   #176
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Old September 3 2011, 03:01 AM   #177
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Watched "Tomorrow is Yesterday" this afternoon. I forgot what a good episode that is.
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Old September 3 2011, 06:03 PM   #178
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VOY: "Initiations"

Holy Aron Eisenberg, Batman! And he does a good job as a Kazon youth, too. This is the first episode where we really begin to learn more about Kazon culture, as befitting of the second season's creative aim to enhance it significantly. Sure, it isn't exactly incredibly compelling television but it's sufficient. At least at this point, I don't remember much about further down the line apart from the finisher.

I liked how things were resolved other than the trapped crewmembers noticing how to escape literally five seconds after the Kazon depart. Yeah, that's not going to earn the Kazon any intelligence points in my book. And did Chakotay replicate a second medicine bundle? I'm pretty sure the first one exploded on that ill-fated shuttlecraft...

VOY: "Projections"

What is this, all of a sudden? The season of the suffix?

One of the things I remember from childhood and adolescence is that any episode with Robert Picardo front-and-center has a fairly good shot at success. "Projections" is no exception, and Picardo's chemistry is (perhaps unsurprisingly) terrific with Dwight Schultz's Barclay.

While the ultimate truth behind the episode is disappointingly simple, it still manages to be quite the canvas for some EMH characterization. And I enjoyed the hook at the 'end' where Kes freaks out about The Doctor not loving her and it becomes immediately apparent he's still trapped. Jennifer Lien was ace in that scene.
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Old September 3 2011, 07:59 PM   #179
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Sorry Greg, I officially flunk my chance to impress a TrekLit writer. Not sure.

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Hmm. According to memory alpha, "Obsession" did mark the first reference to Spock's copper-based blood . . .
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Old September 3 2011, 08:11 PM   #180
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TOS, The Enterprise Incident.. from my Blu-Ray set...1080P worth of goodness..
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