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Old May 10 2013, 04:10 PM   #151
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Re: The Roddenberry Reputation

Good point, I have seen CHAINS a number of times and thought it was very solid work.

I had a great deal of respect for Stewart pre-TNG, from DUNE and EXCALIBUR and some British TV stuff, but it was only after a few eps of TNG that I started thinking he wasn't bringing him best game consistently -- in fact during season 2, based on what often sounded like a perpetual nose cold, I was wondering if he was on cocaine, because it reminded me of how Heather Thomas used to sound in the mid80s (probably the only time she and Stewart will wind up in the same sentence!)

But put a Wendy Hughes or John DeLancie on camera with him and things definitely improved - Warner is a classic example of same.
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