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The Next Generation All Good Things come to an end...but not here.

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Old July 9 2015, 09:32 AM   #901
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Try Deep Space Nine and Enterprise. Definitely those two series.
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Old July 10 2015, 02:09 AM   #902
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I'm 13 and started with TNG when I was 11. I wasn't born into it, I just happened to see my dad watching it. I was wondering, why isn't Star Trek as popular as it once was for younger people? I'm the only one at my school who loves it.
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Old July 27 2015, 03:44 PM   #903
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Grew up watching all the Star Treks with my dad. Massive fan of TNG, DS9 and (most of) the original crew movies. I like some of the Original Series and some of Voyager but I'm not die hard for them. Looking forward to many discussions across the various forums.
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Old July 28 2015, 01:23 PM   #904
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I love TNG - used to be a religious Wednesday night pursuit when I was a teenager (because of the TV schedules, not just because I had time to fill on a Wednesday! XD) I did enjoy how much Star Trek evolved from TOS and seeing the lay of the universe in a new century.

Picard is probably my favourite character, although I liked most of them (including Wesley). Riker is great too. Pulaski is one of my favourite doctors ever (controversial!) and I particularly enjoyed the Romulan episodes.

Favourite TNG Moment: In Descent where they're looking for Lore's hideout. Deanna Troi drops the line "Captain, I think I've found something", and it turns out to be an immense building that you'd have to have your eyes in backwards to miss!!!
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Old July 28 2015, 01:37 PM   #905
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Chen wrote: View Post

Picard is probably my favourite character, although I liked most of them (including Wesley). Riker is great too. Pulaski is one of my favourite doctors ever (controversial!) and I particularly enjoyed the Romulan episodes.
I fail to see why people don't like Pulaski. She has her problems with Data, but accepts him grudgingly. Crusher is a bit bland. Pulaski had the better arguments with the crew. But I like them both....
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Old July 29 2015, 05:36 AM   #906
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I love TNG. Nothing beats Worf's love advice haha.
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Old July 31 2015, 11:39 AM   #907
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Chen wrote: View Post

Picard is probably my favourite character, although I liked most of them (including Wesley). Riker is great too. Pulaski is one of my favourite doctors ever (controversial!) and I particularly enjoyed the Romulan episodes.
I fail to see why people don't like Pulaski. She has her problems with Data, but accepts him grudgingly. Crusher is a bit bland. Pulaski had the better arguments with the crew. But I like them both....
Pulaski came acrosss as abravise and arrogant to me. I think they were going for a female version of Bones but it didn't really work. She lacked charm and was very rude. That said, it was nice to have a main character who rubbed the crew up the wrong way. Ro was another one who did that but she was more endearing than the good doctor.

I agree Beverly was bland. She got better in Season 6 and 7 but she was the least fleshed out of the main cast. The writers didn't seem to care for her much. I still prefer her to Pulaski but Pulaski, love her or hate her, was a lot more developed as a character.
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