Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
The Outragous Okona.
TNG: A Matter of Honor. One of my favorites of the 2nd season.
Bread and Circuses (TOS)
Decent enough outing but leaving Crusher in command of the Enterprise has to be one of the worst things the writers did during the TNG run. I understand wanting to utilize Gates McFadden, but you'd think they could figure out how to do it within the context of being Chief Medical Officer.
ST "I, Mudd" (good), "Metamorphosis" (disappointing, too streched-out) and "Journey to Babel" (very good)
"The Empath" - TOS Remastered
This is a very good two-parter. It succeeds where many Berman-era episodes fail: pacing. Even during scenes of heavy exposition, it doesn't feel like it drags on forever.
The first part of the episode aired on 5/21/1997. My wife was in labor with my oldest son and I watched it on the hospital TV. She still hasn't let me live it down.
The Ultimate Computer (TOS)
The Measure of a Man. Poor Data! Still, the solution was pretty much a foregone conclusion, knowing he stuck around... But one of my favorites nevertheless.
The Dauphin. I'm not a Wesley hater by any means, but I can understand why some people hate this one. It's essentially a teenage romance gone awry.
I'm confused. If they are able to beam the transwarp coil from the center of the Borg sphere, why couldn't the Away Team beam from there as well?
A Private Little War
ST "Friday's Child" and "The Deadly Years" Both OK
Just finished watchin' Enterprise 'Broken Bow' with my sister, since she hasn't seen any of the series before.
Her reaction was kinda "meh..."
Have you seen the extended version of the episode on blu ray? It was one of two episodes shown in the theater a couple of years ago to promote the second season release, too.
"Q and the Grey" Voyager.
TNG: Contagion. Cool episode.
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
"Treachery, Faith and the Great River" - DS9
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