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Old January 22 2011, 06:29 PM   #1
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Watch Order

I hope you don't mind me registering and immediately starting my own thread, but I have a question.

First of all, like most Sci-Fi fans (and people in general, I imagine), I have had some exposure to Trek over the years; seen lots of TNG, DS9, Voyager and some of the movies and TOS, but it's only recently I felt like I should watch through the entire thing in chronological order, starting with Enterprise (which I'd not seen any of!)

Now, I'm currently ploughing my way through Season 4 of Enterprise, and am reaching the point where I have a few problems.

1) I was recommended to watch 'In a Mirror Darkly Parts 1 & 2' after TOS 'Mirror Mirror' as this is the first contact with the Mirror Universe...? What's folks thoughts on that; good or bad idea?

2) Apparently the finale 'These Are the Voyages' is set in the middle of Season 7 of TNG, between 'The Pegasus' and 'Homeward' to be exact. Is this the correct placement? I'm aware that the episode is a holodeck reconstruction, hence its future placement, but why between these specific episodes?

Since I'm approaching TOS, I plan on watching in the order given at this website: (as well as the order given for the first season of TNG for that matter)

http://www.sci-fi-online.com/2006_Fe...kstardates.htm

Is that a good idea? As far as I'm aware, there isn't really a perfect order to watch TOS in...

My final question is the most complicated (or as the potential to be!)... When I reach the point that TNG, DS9 and later DS9 and Voyager begin running concurrently, is there a good way to watch this, other than one season at a time? I currently have this:

TNG - S6
DSN - S1
TNG - S7 (1-12)
ENT - S4E22
TNG- S7 (13-26)
DSN - S2
movie 7
DSN - S3
VOY - S1
DSN - S4
VOY - S2
movie 8
DSN - S5
VOY - S3
DSN - S6
VOY - S4
movie - 9
DSN - S7
VOY - S5
VOY - S6
VOY - S7


But I'm a little concerned there are episodes within each season that are effectively crossovers that might have a specific place, that would not be chronological if I watched in this way! My only other option at the moment is to watch them in the order they were aired, but if my suspicions are correct about cross-over episodes, I doubt the networks would have aired them in a way that made sense, anyway!

Any help with these matters would be greatly appreciated! I would also just like to add that so far I'm really enjoying my (what will no doubt turn out to be) five year mission.
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Old January 22 2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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Re: Watch Order

You'll probably want to hold In a Mirror, Darkly I/II until after The Tholian Web from the third season of TOS.
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Old January 22 2011, 06:54 PM   #3
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Re: Watch Order

Yeah, watch In A Mirror Darkly 1 and 2 after watching The Tholian Web and before Mirror, Mirror. These are the Voyages occurs as a historical reconstruction in the Ent Ds holodeck during The Pegasus.
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Old January 22 2011, 07:03 PM   #4
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Re: Watch Order

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Yeah, watch In A Mirror Darkly 1 and 2 after watching The Tholian Web and before Mirror, Mirror.
I will watch after The Tholian Web, but this episode comes a considerable amount of time after Mirror, Mirror in all the orders I've seen, so I'm not sure how In a Mirror Darkly could come between them...?

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These are the Voyages occurs as a historical reconstruction in the Ent Ds holodeck during The Pegasus.
Right, well, after The Pegasus is fine then! I don't suppose there's a specific couple of scenes it takes place between that I could insert it?
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Old January 22 2011, 08:52 PM   #5
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Re: Watch Order

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Yeah, watch In A Mirror Darkly 1 and 2 after watching The Tholian Web and before Mirror, Mirror.
I will watch after The Tholian Web, but this episode comes a considerable amount of time after Mirror, Mirror in all the orders I've seen, so I'm not sure how In a Mirror Darkly could come between them...?
The events in IAMD are directly related to events in The Tholian Web. Also, this ENT mirror universe story takes place in 2155. The TOS mirror universe story takes place in the 2260's. So, from the perspective of the Mirror universe timeline, the TOS MU story takes place 100 years after ENT's IAMD.

Regarding IAMD happening between Mirror, Mirror and The Tholian Web, when TTW comes after MM, I don't want to give spoilers but the discrepancy is explained in IAMD.

I hope I understood your question. If you're saying, "How can TTW affect the Mirror Universe first if Kirk and company first discovered the MU in its TOS setting before the events of TTW?" If so, then I stick with my above explanation that the episode will reveal how. Or I may have just confused you.
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Old January 22 2011, 09:02 PM   #6
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No, that's good - I was mainly worried you were suggesting that Mirror, Mirror should be watched after The Tholian Web, which would confuse things.
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Old January 22 2011, 09:08 PM   #7
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Re: Watch Order

Oh, I just answered my fourth question by finding that Wikipedia lists the Stardates for each episode (which I think had been standardised by TNG/DS9/Voyager) so putting them in order should be fairly simple.

Thanks for your help!
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Old January 22 2011, 09:15 PM   #8
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Its hard when you are considering two timelines in two realities and how to chronologically watch them. So, yes, watching Mirror, Mirror before The Tholian Web is the correct order regarding TOS episodes. However, The Tholian Web is far more relevant to what happens in ENT's In a Mirror Darkly. This confusion tends to happen when you make a prequel series 40 years after the original one aired.

**edit** Oh and for These are the Voyages and The Pegasus the best answer as to when to watch within the TNG episode is before Riker decides to come clean to Picard and tell him everything.
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Old January 22 2011, 09:58 PM   #9
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Re: Watch Order

IMO you should view each series as its very own in the chronological order they aired. (although it would take a helluva lot of time.) As you do that, examine if you are interested and if you liked them.
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Old January 22 2011, 11:51 PM   #10
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Re: Watch Order

6079SmithW wrote: View Post
Its hard when you are considering two timelines in two realities and how to chronologically watch them. So, yes, watching Mirror, Mirror before The Tholian Web is the correct order regarding TOS episodes. However, The Tholian Web is far more relevant to what happens in ENT's In a Mirror Darkly. This confusion tends to happen when you make a prequel series 40 years after the original one aired.

**edit** Oh and for These are the Voyages and The Pegasus the best answer as to when to watch within the TNG episode is before Riker decides to come clean to Picard and tell him everything.


I'll give it a go, but I'll probably end up just watching it afterwards. I guess it won't affect the story.

Captain Mike - I considered that, but my way seemed more fun (and I felt it would give Enterprise a fair chance, since most folk don't rate it too high). Also, I've seen enough Trek (except TOS) to know I enjoy it enough to get through it.
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Old January 23 2011, 01:01 PM   #11
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For anybody interested, here is the order I will be watching in:


ENT1: Broken Bow, Part I
ENT1: Broken Bow, Part II
ENT1: Fight or Flight
ENT1: Strange New World
ENT1: Unexpected
ENT1: Terra Nova
ENT1: The Andorian Incident
ENT1: Breaking the Ice
ENT1: Civilization
ENT1: Fortunate Son
ENT1: Cold Front
ENT1: Silent Enemy
ENT1: Dear Doctor
ENT1: Sleeping Dogs
ENT1: Shadows of P'Jem
ENT1: Shuttlepod One
ENT1: Fusion
ENT1: Rogue Planet
ENT1: Acquisition
ENT1: Oasis
ENT1: Detained
ENT1: Vox Sola
ENT1: Fallen Hero
ENT1: Desert Crossing
ENT1: Two Days and Two Nights
ENT1: Shockwave, Part I
ENT2: Shockwave, Part II
ENT2: Carbon Creek
ENT2: Minefield
ENT2: Dead Stop
ENT2: A Night in Sickbay
ENT2: Marauders
ENT2: The Seventh
ENT2: The Communicator
ENT2: Singularity
ENT2: Vanishing Point
ENT2: Precious Cargo
ENT2: The Catwalk
ENT2: Dawn
ENT2: Stigma
ENT2: Cease Fire
ENT2: Future Tense
ENT2: Canamar
ENT2: The Crossing
ENT2: Judgment
ENT2: Horizon
ENT2: The Breach
ENT2: Cogenitor
ENT2: Regeneration
ENT2: First Flight
ENT2: Bounty
ENT2: The Expanse
ENT3: The Xindi
ENT3: Anomaly
ENT3: Extinction
ENT3: Rajiin
ENT3: Impulse
ENT3: Exile
ENT3: The Shipment
ENT3: Twilight
ENT3: North Star
ENT3: Similitude
ENT3: Carpenter Street
ENT3: Chosen Realm
ENT3: Proving Ground
ENT3: Stratagem
ENT3: Harbinger
ENT3: Doctor's Orders
ENT3: Hatchery
ENT3: Azati Prime
ENT3: Damage
ENT3: The Forgotten
ENT3: E²
ENT3: The Council
ENT3: Countdown
ENT3: Zero Hour
ENT4: Storm Front, Part I
ENT4: Storm Front, Part II
ENT4: Home
ENT4: Borderland
ENT4: Cold Station 12
ENT4: The Augments
ENT4: The Forge
ENT4: Awakening
ENT4: Kir'Shara
ENT4: Daedalus
ENT4: Observer Effect
ENT4: Babel One
ENT4: United
ENT4: The Aenar
ENT4: Affliction
ENT4: Divergence
ENT4: Bound
ENT4: Demons
ENT4: Terra Prime

TOSP: The Cage
TOS1: Where No Man Has Gone Before
TOS1: Mudd’s Women
TOS1: The Corbomite Maneuver
TOS1: The Man Trap
TOS1: Charlie X
TOS1: The Enemy Within
TOS1: The Naked Time
TOS1: Balance of Terror
TOS1: The Squire of Gothos
TOS1: What are Little Girls Made of?
TOS1: Miri
TOS1: Dagger of the Mind
TOS1: The Conscience of the King
TOS1: The Galileo Seven
TOS1: Court Martial
TOS1: The Menagerie, Part I
TOS1: The Menagerie, Part II
TOS2: Catspaw
TOS1: Shore Leave
TOS1: Arena
TOS1: The Alternative Factor
TOS1: Tomorrow is Yesterday
TOS1: Space Seed
TOS1: The Return of the Archons
TOS1: A Taste of Armageddon
TOS1: The Devil in the Dark
TOS1: Errand of Mercy
TOS2: The Gamesters of Triskelion
TOS2: Metamorphosis
TOS1: The City on the Edge of Forever
TOS1: Operation -- Annihilate!
TOS2: Amok Time
TOS1: This Side of Paradise
TOS2: Who Mourns for Adonais?
TOS2: The Deadly Years
TOS2: Friday’s Child
TOS2: The Changeling
TOS2: The Doomsday Machine
TOS2: Wolf in the Fold
TOS2: Obsession
TOS2: The Apple
TOS2: Mirror, Mirror
TOS2: Journey to Babel
TOS2: Bread and Circuses

TAS: The Slaver Weapon

TOS2: A Private Little War
TOS2: The Immunity Syndrome
TOS3: Elaan of Troyius
TOS3: Spectre of the Gun
TOS2: I, Mudd
TOS2: The Trouble With Tribbles
TOS2: A Piece of the Action
TOS2: By Any Other Name
TOS2: The Ultimate Computer
TOS2: Return to Tomorrow
TOS2: Patterns of Force
TOS2: The Omega Glory
TOS2: Assignment: Earth
TOS3: The Paradise Syndrome

TAS: Mudd’s Passion

TOS3: The Enterprise Incident
TOS3: And the Children Shall Lead

TAS: The Magicks of Megas-Tu

TOS3: The Empath

TAS: The Survivor
TAS: Beyond the Farthest Star
TAS: The Time Trap
TAS: Albatross
TAS: One of Our Planets is Missing
TAS: Yesteryear
TAS: More Tribbles, More Troubles

TOS3: The Mark of Gideon
TOS3: Spock’s Brain
TOS3: For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
TOS3: Day of the Dove

TAS: The Lorelei Signal
TAS: The Ambergris Element
TAS: The Infinite Vulcan
TAS: The Terratin Incident
TAS: The Eye of the Beholder
TAS: Once Upon a Planet

TOS3: Is There in Truth no Beauty?

TAS: The Jihad

TOS3: The Tholian Web

ENT4: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part 1
ENT4: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part 2

TOS3: Wink of an Eye
TOS3: That Which Survives
TOS3: Whom Gods Destroy
TOS3: The Lights of Zetar
TOS3: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
TOS3: Plato’s Stepchildren
TOS3: The Cloud Minders
TOS3: The Way to Eden
TOS3: Requiem for Methuselah
TOS3: The Savage Curtain
TOS3: Turnabout Intruder
TOS3: All Our Yesterdays

TAS: The Practical Joker
TAS: How Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth
TAS: The Pirates of Orion
TAS: The Counter-Clock Incident
TAS: Bem

STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KAHN

STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK

STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME

STAR TREK V: THE FINAL FRONTIER

STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY

TNG1: Encounter at Farpoint, Part I
TNG1: Encounter at Farpoint, Part II
TNG1: The Naked Now
TNG1: Code of Honor
TNG1: Lonely Among Us
TNG1: Justice
TNG1: Where No One Has Gone Before
TNG1: The Last Outpost
TNG1: Haven
TNG1: Too Short a Season
TNG1: The Battle
TNG1: The Big Goodbye
TNG1: Angel One
TNG1: The Arsenal of Freedom
TNG1: Datalore
TNG1: 11001001
TNG1: Coming of Age
TNG1: Home Soil
TNG1: Heart of Glory
TNG1: When the Bough Breaks
TNG1: Hide and Q
TNG1: Symbiosis
TNG1: Skin of Evil
TNG1: We'll Always Have Paris
TNG1: Conspiracy
TNG1: The Neutral Zone
TNG2: The Child
TNG2: Where Silence Has Lease
TNG2: Elementary, Dear Data
TNG2: The Outrageous Okona
TNG2: The Schizoid Man
TNG2: Loud as a Whisper
TNG2: Unnatural Selection
TNG2: A Matter of Honor
TNG2: The Measure of a Man
TNG2: The Dauphin
TNG2: Contagion
TNG2: The Royale
TNG2: Time Squared
TNG2: The Icarus Factor
TNG2: Pen Pals
TNG2: Q Who?
TNG2: Samaritan Snare
TNG2: Up the Long Ladder
TNG2: Manhunt
TNG2: The Emissary
TNG2: Peak Performance
TNG2: Shades of Gray
TNG3: Evolution
TNG3: The Ensigns of Command
TNG3: The Survivors
TNG3: Who Watches the Watchers?
TNG3: The Bonding
TNG3: Booby Trap
TNG3: The Enemy
TNG3: The Price
TNG3: The Vengeance Factor
TNG3: The Defector
TNG3: The Hunted
TNG3: The High Ground
TNG3: Déjà Q
TNG3: A Matter of Perspective
TNG3: Yesterday's Enterprise
TNG3: The Offspring
TNG3: Sins of the Father
TNG3: Allegiance
TNG3: Captain's Holiday
TNG3: Tin Man
TNG3: Hollow Pursuits
TNG3: The Most Toys
TNG3: Sarek
TNG3: Ménage à Troi
TNG3: Transfigurations
TNG3: The Best of Both Worlds, Part I
TNG4: The Best of Both Worlds, Part II
TNG4: Family
TNG4: Brothers
TNG4: Suddenly Human
TNG4: Remember Me
TNG4: Legacy
TNG4: Reunion
TNG4: Future Imperfect
TNG4: Final Mission
TNG4: The Loss
TNG4: Data's Day
TNG4: The Wounded
TNG4: Devil's Due
TNG4: Clues
TNG4: First Contact
TNG4: Galaxy's Child
TNG4: Night Terrors
TNG4: Identity Crisis
TNG4: The Nth Degree
TNG4: Qpid
TNG4: The Drumhead
TNG4: Half a Life
TNG4: The Host
TNG4: The Mind's Eye
TNG4: In Theory
TNG4: Redemption, Part I
TNG5: Redemption, Part II
TNG5: Darmok
TNG5: Ensign Ro
TNG5: The Next Phase
TNG5: Silicon Avatar
TNG5: Disaster
TNG5: The Game
TNG5: Unification, Part I
TNG5: Unification, Part II
TNG5: A Matter of Time
TNG5: New Ground
TNG5: Hero Worship
TNG5: Violations
TNG5: The Masterpiece Society
TNG5: Conundrum
TNG5: Power Play
TNG5: Ethics
TNG5: The Outcast
TNG5: Cause and Effect
TNG5: The First Duty
TNG5: Cost of Living
TNG5: The Perfect Mate
TNG5: Imaginary Friend
TNG5: I, Borg
TNG5: The Inner Light
TNG5: Time's Arrow, Part I
TNG6: Time's Arrow, Part II
TNG6: Realm of Fear
TNG6: Man of the People
TNG6: Relics
TNG6: Schisms
TNG6: True Q
TNG6: Rascals
TNG6: A Fistful of Datas
TNG6: The Quality of Life
TNG6: Chain of Command, Part I
TNG6: Chain of Command, Part II

DSN1: Emissary, Part I
DSN1: Emissary, Part II
DSN1: Past Prologue
DSN1: A Man Alone
DSN1: Babel

TNG6: Ship in a Bottle
TNG6: Aquiel

DSN1: Captive Pursuit

TNG6: Face Of The Enemy
TNG6: Tapestry

DSN1: Q-Less
DSN1: The Passenger

TNG6: Birthright, Part I
TNG6: Birthright, Part II

DSN1: Move Along Home
DSN1: The Nagus

TNG6: Starship Mine

DSN1: Vortex

TNG6: Lessons

DSN1: Battle Lines
DSN1: The Storyteller

TNG6: The Chase
TNG6: Frame of Mind
TNG6: Suspicions

DSN1: Progress

TNG6: Rightful Heir)

DSN1: If Wishes Were Horses
DSN1: Dax

TNG6: Second Chances

DSN1: Dramatis Personae
DSN1: The Forsaken
DSN1: Duet

TNG6: Timescape

DSN1: In the Hands of the Prophets

TNG6: Descent, Part I
TNG7: Descent, Part II

DSN2: The Homecoming

TNG7: Liasons

DSN2: The Circle

TNG7: Gambit, Part I

DSN2: The Siege

TNG7: Gambit, Part II

DSN2: Cardassians
DSN2: Invasive Procedures

TNG7: Interface
TNG7: Phantasms

DSN2: Melora

TNG7: Dark Page

DSN2: Rules of Acquisition
DSN2: Necessary Evil

TNG7: Attached
TNG7: Force of Nature

DSN2: Second Sight
DSN2: Rivals
DSN2: Sanctuary

TNG7: Parallels

DSN2: The Alternate

TNG7: Inheritance
TNG7: Homeward
TNG7: Sub Rosa
TNG7: The Pegasus

ENT4: These Are the Voyages (DURING PEGASUS!)

DSN2: Armageddon Game

TNG7: Lower Decks

DSN2: Paradise
DSN2: Whispers
DSN2: Shadowplay

TNG7: Thine Own Self
TNG7: Masks
TNG7: Eye of the Beholder
TNG7: Genesis

DSN2: Playing God
DSN2: Profit and Loss

TNG7: Journey's End
TNG7: Firstborn

DSN2: Blood Oath
DSN2: The Maquis, Part I
DSN2: The Maquis, Part II

TNG7: Bloodlines

DSN2: The Wire

TNG7: Emergence

DSN2: Crossover
DSN2: The Collaborator

TNG7: Preemptive Strike

DSN2: Tribunal
DSN2: The Jem'Hadar

TNG7: All Good Things... Part I
TNG7: All Good Things... Part II

STAR TREK: GENERATIONS

DSN3: The Search, Part I
DSN3: The Search, Part II
DSN3: The House of Quark
DSN3: Equilibrium
DSN3: Second Skin
DSN3: The Abandoned

V1: Caretaker, Part I
V1: Caretaker, Part II

DSN3: Civil Defense
DSN3: Meridian

V1: Parallax

DSN3: Fascination
DSN3: Defiant

V1: Time and Again

DSN3: Past Tense, Part I
DSN3: Past Tense, Part II
DSN3: Life Support
DSN3: Heart of Stone

V1: Phage

DSN3: Destiny

V1: The Cloud

DSN3: Prophet Motive
DSN3: Visionary

V1: Eye of the Needle

DSN3: Distant Voices
DSN3: Through the Looking Glass

V1: Ex Post Facto

DSN3: Improbable Cause
DSN3: The Die is Cast

V1: Emanations
V1: Prime Factors
V1: State of Flux
V1: Heroes and Demons

DSN3: Explorers
DSN3: Family Business

V1: Cathexis

DSN3: Shakaar

V1: Faces
V1: Jetrel
V1: Learning Curve

V2: Projections
V2: Elogium

DSN3: Facets
DSN3: The Adversary

V2: The 37's
V2: Initiations
V2: Non Sequitur

DSN4: The Way of the Warrior, Part I
DSN4: The Way of the Warrior, Part II

V2: Twisted
V2: Persistence of Vision

DSN4: The Visitor
DSN4: Hippocratic Oath

V2: Parturition

DSN4: Indiscretion

V2: Cold Fire

DSN4: Homefront
DSN4: Rejoined
DSN4: Little Green Men

V2: Tattoo
V2: Resistance
V2: Prototype

DSN4: Starship Down
DSN4: The Sword of Kahless
DSN4: Our Man Bashir

V2: Death Wish
V2: Alliances
V2: Threshold
V2: Maneuvers
V2: Meld
V2: Dreadnought

DSN4: Paradise Lost

V2: Investigations
V2: Lifesigns

DSN4: Crossfire
DSN4: Return to Grace

V2: Deadlock

DSN4: Sons of Mogh
DSN4: Bar Association

V2: Innocence

DSN4: Accession

V2: The Thaw
V2: Tuvix

DSN4: Rules of Engagement
DSN4: Hard Time

V2: Resolutions

DSN4: Shattered Mirror
DSN4: The Muse
DSN4: For the Cause
DSN4: To the Death
DSN4: The Quickening
DSN4: Body Parts
DSN4: Broken Link

V2: Basics, Part I
V3: Basics, Part II

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT

DSN5: Apocalypse Rising
DSN5: The Ship

V3: Sacred Ground
V3: False Profits

DSN5: Looking for par'Mach in all the Wrong Places

V3: Flashback

DSN5: ...Nor the Battle to the Strong

V3: The Chute

DSN5: The Assignment

V3: Remember

DSN5: Trials and Tribble-ations

V3: The Swarm

DSN5: Let He Who is Without Sin...

V3: Future's End, Part I
V3: Future's End, Part II

DSN5: Things Past

V3: Warlord

DSN5: The Ascent

V3: The Q and the Grey

DSN5: Rapture
DSN5: The Darkness and the Light

V3: Macrocosm

DSN5: The Begotten

V3: Fair Trade
V3: Alter Ego

DSN5: For the Uniform

V3: Coda

DSN5: In Purgatory's Shadow

V3: Blood Fever

DSN5: By Inferno's Light

V3: Unity

DSN5: Doctor Bashir, I Presume?

V3: The Darkling

DSN5: A Simple Investigation

V3: Rise

DSN5: Business as Usual
DSN5: Ties of Blood and Water

V3: Favorite Son

DSN5: Ferengi Love Songs

V3: Before and After

DSN5: Soldiers of the Empire
DSN5: Children of Time

V3: Real Life

DSN5: Blaze of Glory

V3: Distant Origin

DSN5: Empok Nor

V3: Displaced

DSN5: In the Cards

V3: Worst Case Scenario

DSN5: Call to Arms

V3: Scorpion, Part I
V4: Scorpion, Part II
V4: The Gift
V4: Day Of Honor
V4: Nemesis

DSN6: A Time to Stand
DSN6: Rocks and Shoals
DSN6: Sons and Daughters
DSN6: Behind the Lines

V4: Revulsion

DSN6: Favor the Bold

V4: The Raven

DSN6: Sacrifice of Angels

V4: Scientific Method


DSN6: You are Cordially Invited

V4: Year of Hell, Part I

DSN6: Resurrection

V4: Random Thoughts

DSN6: Statistical Probabilities

V4: Concerning Flight

DSN6: The Magnificent Ferengi
DSN6: Waltz

V4: Year of Hell, Part II

DSN6: Who Mourns for Morn?

V4: Mortal Coil

DSN6: Far Beyond the Stars

V4: Message in a Bottle
V4: Waking Moments

DSN6: One Little Ship

V4: Hunters

DSN6: Honor Among Thieves

V4: Prey

DSN6: Change of Heart

V4: Retrospect

DSN6: Wrongs Darker than Death or Night
DSN6: Inquisition

V4: The Killing Game, Part I
V4: The Killing Game, Part II

DSN6: In the Pale Moonlight

V4: Vis à Vis

DSN6: His Way

V4: The Omega Directive

DSN6: The Reckoning

V4: Unforgettable

DSN6: Valiant

V4: Living Witness

DSN6: Profit and Lace

V4: Demon

DSN6: Time's Orphan

V4: One

DSN6: The Sound of Her Voice

V4: Hope And Fear

DSN6: Tears of the Prophets

STAR TREK: INSURRECTION

DSN7: Image in the Sand

V5: Night

DSN7: Shadows and Symbols

V5: Drone

DSN7: Afterimage

V5: Extreme Risk

DSN7: Take Me Out to the Holosuite

V5: In the Flesh

DSN7: Chrysalis

V5: Once Upon a Time

DSN7: Treachery, Faith and the Great River

V5: Timeless

DSN7: Once More Unto the Breach

V5: Infinite Regress

DSN7: The Siege of AR-558

V5: Nothing Human

DSN7: Covenant

V5: Thirty Days
V5: Counterpoint

DSN7: It's Only a Paper Moon

DSN7: Prodigal Daughter

V5: Latent Image

DSN7: The Emperor's New Cloak

V5: Bride of Chaotica!

DSN7: Field of Fire

V5: Gravity

DSN7: Chimera
DSN7: Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang

V5: Bliss

DSN7: Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
DSN7: Penumbra

V5: Course: Oblivion

DSN7: 'Til Death Do Us Part
DSN7: Strange Bedfellows
DSN7: The Changing Face of Evil
DSN7: When It Rains...

V5: Dark Frontier, Part I
V5: Dark Frontier, Part II

DSN7: Tacking into the Wind

V5: The Disease

DSN7: Extreme Measures

V5: Someone to Watch Over Me
V5: The Fight
V5: Think Tank
V5: Juggernaut
V5: 11:59
V5: Relativity

DSN7: The Dogs of War

V5: Warhead

DSN7: What You Leave Behind, Part I
DSN7: What You Leave Behind, Part II

V5: Equinox, Part I
V6: Equinox, Part II
V6: Survival Instinct
V6: Barge of the Dead
V6: Dragon's Teeth
V6: Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
V6: Alice
V6: Riddles
V6: One Small Step
V6: The Voyager Conspiracy
V6: Pathfinder
V6: Fair Haven
V6: Tsunkatse
V6: Blink of an Eye
V6: Virtuoso
V6: Memorial
V6: Collective
V6: Spirit Folk
V6: Ashes to Ashes
V6: Child's Play
V6: Good Shepherd
V6: Live Fast And Prosper
V6: Muse
V6: Fury
V6: Life Line
V6: The Haunting of Deck Twelve
V6: Unimatrix Zero, Part I
V7: Unimatrix Zero, Part 2
V7: Imperfection
V7: Drive
V7: Repression
V7: Critical Care
V7: Inside Man
V7: Body and Soul
V7: Nightingale
V7: Flesh and Blood, Part 1
V7: Flesh and Blood, Part 2
V7: Shattered
V7: Lineage
V7: Repentance
V7: Prophecy
V7: The Void
V7: Workforce, Part I
V7: Workforce, Part 2
V7: Human Error
V7: Q2
V7: Author, Author
V7: Friendship One
V7: Natural Law
V7: Homestead
V7: Renaissance Man
V7: Endgame, Part 1
V7: Endgame, Part 2

STAR TREK: NEMESIS

STAR TREK: THAT NEW ONE

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Old January 23 2011, 03:41 PM   #12
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V4: Year of Hell, Part I

DSN6: Resurrection

V4: Random Thoughts

DSN6: Statistical Probabilities

V4: Concerning Flight

DSN6: The Magnificent Ferengi
DSN6: Waltz

V4: Year of Hell, Part II
That makes no sense at all, why would you seperate the two parts like that? Watch the DS9 episodes if you want to, although you're gaining nothing from it, but it's ridiculous to put two Voyager episodes right onto the middle of Year of Hell, where they don't take place.

You're really overthinking your Watch Order. The shows work much better if you don't mix episodes left and right. Sometimes there are reasons to watch certain episodes before others, but seperating two parters like Year of Hell and watching a crappy episode like These are the Voyages during a good episode like The Pegasus? Believe me, These are the Voyages will not enhance The Pegasus, it's just a bad episode that doesn't relate to the story of the good episode at all, except for a flimsy "That's how Riker decided what to do" explanation, although his reasons are made perfectly clear in The Pegasus itself.
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For the DS9/Voyager, I was going by Stardates - I'm led to believe there is some time gap between these episodes, despite them being two parters, or Part 1 spans the timeframe that Resurrection, Random Thoughts, Statistical Probabilities, Concerning Flight, The Magnificent Ferengi and Waltz take place. Either that, or the Stardates are wrong, which isn't impossible.

I would rather watch the series slightly mixed, to be honest. It can get a little tedious watching one crew/ship/set of problems without a little difference.
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STAR TREK: EVOLUTIONS
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STAR TREK: EVOLUTIONS
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I'm not sure of the origin, but that's the title given to the new Star Trek movie on multipack DVD I saw in the UK. I figured it was good enough to differenciate it.


EDIT - Scratch that, it was an assumption - it turns out Evolutions is just a documentary film.
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