Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
TNG "Half a Life" and "The Host" (both good)
DS9: Emissary. I had forgotten that ST 2009 wasn't the first time they used shakycam in earnest on Trek. The shaking in this one gave me nausea on our 50" TV...
TOS: All Our Yesterdays, streamed on Netflix.
Gary Seven's computer guest stars as the Atavachron. A good episode, everyone was still giving it their best even late into the third season.
All Our Yesterdays (TOS Blu-ray)
The city on the edge of forever, still my favorite TOS ep.
TNG "The Mind's Eye" (good)
Arguably one of the two or three best episodes in all of Season 3. Right up to the end of the series they were still cranking out the occasional, well-crafted classic with a great story.
TOS: Where No Man Has Gone Before, streamed on Netflix.
His first time at bat, and Shatner really hit it out of the park.
TNG "In Theory" and "Redemption" (both OK)
"All Our Yesterdays" - TOS Remastered
"All Our Yesterdays" here, too.
There's a little bit of slow-mo in this episode too, when Kirk sticks his hand in the brick wall portal in the witchy time.
Just watched "Shakaar" the other night (DS9).
Mirror, Mirror (TOS Blu-ray). Every time I watch this episode, I always am afraid they won't make it back to their own universe, even though I know they will, of course.
TAS: The Terratin Incident and The Ambergris Element, streamed on Netflix.
I watched Valiant and The Reckoning last night.
Star Trek IV on cable.
Every time I watch it I think 'Those Marines would have blown Chekov away.' An unknown and unauthorized civilian in a active reactor space? C'mon. They'd be counting the holes.
"All Good Things" - TNG
VOY: Hope and Fear
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