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Old October 21 2012, 01:00 AM   #256
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I bet she whispers that in your ear.
SHE TOLD YOU?!
No I'm making assumptions based on my uhh... personal experience.
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Old October 21 2012, 01:34 AM   #257
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I'm the one who's tight with Polly with the green-blooded gams
All you other fellow posters talkin' bout some hollow-grams

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Old October 21 2012, 02:43 AM   #258
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Hey my hollow-grams do exactly what I want them to do. I bet you can't say that about your snotty Vulcan babe.
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Old October 21 2012, 03:03 AM   #259
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You'd be surprised how... liberating a bit of Romulan Ale can feel for individuals whose synaptic pathways have been frayed by P'Nar Syndrome.
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Old October 21 2012, 03:04 AM   #260
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That's called date rape Gaith.
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Old October 21 2012, 04:56 AM   #261
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Oh, she retains enough self-control to be able to give consent; this just helps her enjoy doing so a bit more. Much more akin to a spine-tingling massage than human-style drunkenness.
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Old October 21 2012, 05:06 AM   #262
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I dunno. I'm still getting a blow up doll vibe here.
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Old October 21 2012, 12:09 PM   #263
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Eek, 22nd century roofies.
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Old October 21 2012, 02:08 PM   #264
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You know, I'm surprised in 7 seasons of DS9 we never saw Quark try and pawn off some roofies.
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Old October 21 2012, 02:28 PM   #265
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^ See, that's where the contradictions come into play. "Stigma" makes it pretty clear that P'nar syndrome is universally known, feared and reviled, but how could that possibly be the case if melding is a forgotten technique? Which is itself a totally absurd idea, come to think of it.

So really, I guess I'm saying that both "Fusion" and "Stigma", while well-written and compelling eps on their own terms, should be considered non-canon.
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Old October 24 2012, 03:13 PM   #266
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I guess it's nice that you gave her a nickname
Wasn't me!
Tucker: Look, Polly...I owe you an apology.
T'Pol: For trying to kill me back on that planet?
Tucker: Nope.
T'Pol: For putting the dog at my duty station and calling him T'Porthos?
Tucker: Nope.
T'Pol: For calling me Polly a minute ago?
How was I supposed to know that! I haven't gotten that far yet.

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Any by your logic, anything that happens after an initial agreement to something totally different makes what wasn't agreed to okay?
Huh? I never defended the rapist dude one bit. I just said that his crime doesn't change the fact that, by what we learn in "Stigma", Polly was irresponsible with regards to her own health by willingly engaging, before the encounter turned ugly, in a potentially dangerous act without getting him screened.

Again, by what we learn in "Stigma", she would have contracted the disease even if the meld had ended in mutually enjoyable fashion.
I don't know that this is the case because from what I remember of the episode, it didn't seem to say that any contact through melding would cause the syndrome to occur, so it's very possible, I think, that had her partner been responsible that she wouldn't have contracted the syndrome.

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^ See, that's where the contradictions come into play. "Stigma" makes it pretty clear that P'nar syndrome is universally known, feared and reviled, but how could that possibly be the case if melding is a forgotten technique? Which is itself a totally absurd idea, come to think of it.

So really, I guess I'm saying that both "Fusion" and "Stigma", while well-written and compelling eps on their own terms, should be considered non-canon.
I don't remember them saying it was a forgotten technique, just that only a certain subculture of their species practiced it. Canon is whatever happened in the series, but there's good canon and bad canon. I'm not sure that this episode falls into the latter category, well, because I don't know enough about Vulcans to know. I just think it was wrong of that guy to talk her into something when he knew he was infected (how could he not know?), but of course he only cared about his own personal satisfaction, so...
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This episode was also interesting. How that government could just capture people and send them to jail with no real evidence was sad. If they had bothered checking into Trip and Archer's story, then a whole lot of trouble could have been avoided. I'm sure the same is true for other innocents.

Grade: B
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Old October 24 2012, 08:29 PM   #267
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Fun note: "Canamar" was actually inspired by the original ending of "Judgment." Apparently they liked the idea so much that they decided to turn it into a full fledged episode.

Nobody seemed to think it would make sense to set the episode after "Judgment" and write it so that it would fit, however.
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Old October 25 2012, 12:57 AM   #268
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You know.. I never noticed that about Camanar and Judgement... it might've made Judgement seem less of a cheap rip off of Star Trek VI.

Camanar really was just a random alien/problem of the week on it's own and could've been more meaningful too if it was written like that.
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Old October 26 2012, 04:56 PM   #269
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The Crossing


This was okay. I liked the way the inside of their (the "wisps") ship looked.

Grade: C
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Judgment


The guy who plays Martok is in this one!

In this episode he plays captain Archer's advocate. He really shines in this episode and I like the part where he talks about the different classes and how the standard for being an honorable warrior had become so low, and I also like how he takes a stand in the courtroom and at the end.

Grade: A minus
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Old October 26 2012, 10:57 PM   #270
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Judgement has everything I'm bored with, the trial scene (least favorite Trek storyline), Klingons.. but I love this episode and a lot of that is about the advocate. Writing is very good too.
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