Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
"Drone" - VOY
It was a pretty good episode.
"In Theory" - TNG (Remastered on SyFy)
"Demons" and "Terra Prime" (ENT Blu-ray)
"Firstborn" - TNG
”All Our Yesterdays” - TOS (original 1969 version)
"Bloodlines" - TNG
Proving ground, ENT
We have TOS running on MeTV and TNG on BBCA and SyFy. So why don't we have DS9, Voyager and Enterprise running on any channel?
TOS: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield, streamed on Netflix.
This episode was far worse than I had remembered it to be. The destruct sequence scene is the best part, along with the Arianis decon mission that Scotty is in command of, that almost stands on its own as a "minisode". I never liked the quick zooming in and out on the red alert lamps, and I still don't, and the final scenes of Frank Gorshin and Lou Antonio jogging through the corridors are laughable.
By Any Other Name
TNG: All Good Things... My favorite Trek finale.
Star Trek V: TFF
I was just flipping channels.
Why did I stop and watch? Why?
TNG: The Pegasus
"Emergence" - TNG
TOS: The Empath, streamed on Netflix.
In this episode, clever use of a darkened soundstage, and I believe the only slow-motion shot of the entire series are two more instances of innovative things that were being tried in the third season, despite the production budget being slashed.
A great episode, and a great exploration of the strong friendships among and between the members of the Trinity.
I like the slow-motion sequence in "The Empath". However, "Wink of an Eye" also had some slow-mo, when Kirk was making the transition to super-speed on the bridge, around 12 minutes in (also third season).
"Preemptive Strike" - TNG
Last night watched Suspicions and Rightful Heir - TNG Season 6 Blu Ray.
"The Return of the Archons" - TOS (original 1967 version)
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