Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
"Up the Long Ladder" - TNG
Trials and Tribble-ations (DS9)
DS9 - His Way
Currently near the end of my second viewing for DS9 for this year. I love my DS9.
I watched "The Measure of a Man" last night. Chose it to introduce a friend to TNG. He'd actually never watched any Star Trek before.
A pretty good episode to use to introduce someone to TNG/Modern Trek. Which version did you show him?
I'd rather pull my own toes off with a rusty claw hammer than watch this one ever again.
"Time Squared" - TNG
"State of Flux" - VGR
I was struck by the possibility that Seska actually thought she loved Chakotay.
Errand of Mercy (TOS)
Not sure what you're asking.
Our Man Bashir. Always fun!
I'm halfway through my DS9 chronological rerun now. Great thing is, you get to see great scenes you totally forgot about because they're hidden in otherwise unwatchable episodes.
The Trouble with Tribbles (TOS).
"Once More Unto the Breach" - DS9
DS9: Shattered Mirror
The Cage -on Blu Ray.
Fascinating, "The Cage" on Blu Ray (2006 remastered version) as well. Introducing a friend of mine to TOS.
TOS - Mirror Mirror, got to love Spock with a weidy beardy
The Altenrative Factor last night. Man, did Lazarus fall a lot. The Gerald Ford of Trekdom, well, he was the Black Lama in Marvel anyway.
A horrible fate to be locked away with ones twin. I had this idea that, if Cthulhu could be imprisoned in a black Hole, that it would spit out a conjoined Lazarus in the process.
A Dr. Who comic beat me to the punch with a Daemon rocketship captain combining with his other self to form a superbeing.
Once I thought of a univese where the laws of physics changed as you became nearer the Earth--and darned in Revalation Space didn't beat me to that--same with my piece BIOMASS and SHADOWS. Ah, all the good ones are taken.
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