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Star Trek - Original Series The one that started it all...

View Poll Results: Which show is the best or most acceptable after TOS?
The Animated Series 5 7.25%
The Next Generation 22 31.88%
Deep Space Nine 22 31.88%
Voyager 4 5.80%
Enterprise 10 14.49%
Fanmade production(s) 1 1.45%
They all suck! 0 0%
They are all great! 4 5.80%
They are all ok. 0 0%
I have not seen any of them. 1 1.45%
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Old July 18 2013, 03:19 PM   #31
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Re: TOS fans - What is your second favorite show?

I voted for DS9. I think it's a really enjoyable sci-fi series that also happens to be set in the Star Trek universe.
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Old July 18 2013, 05:16 PM   #32
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Re: TOS fans - What is your second favorite show?

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Early seasons of TNG are the ones I go to when I want to watch Modern Trek. While the rest of the shows are watchable, I've got no real desire to revisit them at this point in time.
Exactly this. Nostalgia, camp value, and those "unique" Roddenberry touches in that first season see me choosing TNG.

From, say season 4 of TNG onward, everything in that show, and all the sequel series are zzzzzz. It would have to be a very rainy day to get me watching things like Deep Space Nine and Voyager again.
"Sometimes I get the feeling the only way we could achieve a STAR TREK segment on budget would be to have 60 minutes of Mr. Spock playing kazoo solo as Captain Kirk holds him in his arms while standing in a telephone booth."
Bob Justman, 1967.
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