Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
"The Lights of Zetar" - TOS Remastered
TNG "Hollow Pursuits" (good)
ENT: Dead Stop
TNG: The Naked Now.
Ugh… just painful.
TNG: Homeward on a BBC Am marathon.
"The Corbomite Maneuver" on YouTube. The original and completely uncut 1966 version, not the Remastered edition with updated effects.
The only way to go.
I wish the average Trek series episode these days ran 50 minutes, 30 seconds without commercials.
DS9: What You Leave Behind
Will I ever be able to watch this without getting a lump in my throat as the station becomes smaller and smaller in the final shot?
*mumble* I've got some dust in my eyes *mumble*
I know. The final moments of "The Visitor (DS9)" have a similar impact.
Oh yes. I haven't watched "The Visitor" in ages. I'll have to take a look again soon (as soon as I recover from this latest viewing experience).
Code of Honor (TNG)
"Trials and Tribbleations" - DS9
DS9: For the Uniform
TNG: Justice or aka The Only Way is Edo.
Load of rubbish.
Return to Tomorrow. The one where Sargon, Henock, and Thalaasa take over the bodies of the crew. I've always loved this episode. I get it's greatly influenced by classical sources, the Bible included. Henock is certainly a Satan figure. Played by Spock, it was extra effective! The love of Sargon and Thalaasa had an eternal quality. Yea, I've always loved this one.
TAS: More Tribbles, More Troubles, streamed on Netflix.
Written by David Gerrold, with Koloth, Cyrano Jones, robot cargo ships, a Klingon D7, and a grain called quintotriticale, what's not to love?
TNG "Captain's Holiday" and Deep Space Nine "The Wire" (both OK)
ENT: The Crossing
Ménage à Troi (TNG)
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