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Old September 19 2013, 04:10 PM   #31
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Re: Rolling Stone Magazine makes a case for TNG to return to TV

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Not sure I get the aversion to aging. I don't think Frakes is too old at all. Think about all the older captains and admirals we've seen on Trek before. I would love to see him in the captain's chair.

Sure, Data presents a problem because he's not meant to age. But Riker is meant to grow old.
I think they could work around the Data aging thing. Maybe he just decided to alter his appearance for whatever reason. He did try having a beard.
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Old September 19 2013, 04:24 PM   #32
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Not sure I get the aversion to aging. I don't think Frakes is too old at all. Think about all the older captains and admirals we've seen on Trek before. I would love to see him in the captain's chair.

Sure, Data presents a problem because he's not meant to age. But Riker is meant to grow old.
I think they could work around the Data aging thing. Maybe he just decided to alter his appearance for whatever reason. He did try having a beard.
And he played with adding grey to his hair, also, didn't he?

"Why, yes, Captain Riker, I did age my face. I find it uncomfortable looking the same age, while all my friends faces are so wrinkly they look like a Pit Bull's butt"
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Old September 21 2013, 01:07 AM   #33
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Rolling Stone say Insurrection was better than Nemesis? Insurrection felt like a Christmas special to me.
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Old September 24 2013, 01:42 AM   #34
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I just want a new Trek TV series so bad that at this point I would accept anything.

Well, almost anything....
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