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Old November 16 2013, 01:32 AM   #31
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But... if it was becoming a generic action franchise, it would still be better than most of the last ten years of Berman's run. In my opinion.
DS9 is so much better, but I do agree that after that show ended it went off the rails. ENT picked up in its later seasons, but as they say, too little too late. When it comes to VOY and these new films, it's just a matter of them being bad on different levels, rather than one being better than the other.
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DS9 is so much better, but I do agree that after that show ended it went off the rails. ENT picked up in its later seasons, but as they say, too little too late. When it comes to VOY and these new films, it's just a matter of them being bad on different levels, rather than one being better than the other.
Deep Space Nine had some really outstanding episodes. But overall I felt its ratio of good-to-bad episodes was the worst of any of the series.
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Old November 16 2013, 01:41 AM   #33
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Really? I thought it was the most consistently good of all the shows, right above TOS (I'd rank it higher, but S3 really went through a bad batch). Unlike all the spin-offs, it actually has a solid start, though nothing great compared to what came after.
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Really? I thought it was the most consistently good of all the shows, right above TOS (I'd rank it higher, but S3 really went through a bad batch). Unlike all the spin-offs, it actually has a solid start, though nothing great compared to what came after.
Just way too many episodes that felt like filler.

But I'm proud that the Star Trek universe has room for all kinds of stories, even the ones I don't particularly like.
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