Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
TOS: "A Private Little War"
I think I'm in love with Nona, the Kahn-ut-tu woman.
Turnabout Intruder -TOS
Not the best episode by a long shot but still a lot of fun, watching Shatner playing a woman.
Spectre of the Gun
The Enterprise Incident (TOS Blu-ray)
ENT: Sleeping Dogs, Shadows of P'Jem, and Shuttlepod One, streamed on Netflix.
Three in a row tonight, haven't binged on a TV series like this since nu-BSG a few years ago.
Sleeping Dogs: it was a mistake to have 24th century style Klingons on this show, they should have stuck with TOS types and explained the "change" some other way. The younger Kang, Kor and Koloth had a little more style and class than the snarling angry biker types that we saw in modern Trek and the movies.
Shadows of P'Jem: an OK episode, it had Shran, and that hilarious bit with Archer and T'Pol trying to free themselves.
Shuttlepod One: I enjoyed this one a little more than I did back in 2002. Apparently the shuttlepods have artificial gravity, otherwise the whiskey would have been floating around in droplets. I was reminded of the movie Marooned (one astronaut sacrificing himself to extend the remaining oxygen for the other two) and obviously The Galileo Seven, blowing up the engine ("sendin' up a flare") to attract attention.
"Crossover" - DS9
We see Odo blow up!
Yes indeed. Much goo.
Intendant Kira. Evil as hell, but ohh so sexy.
I watched THE DEVIL IN THE DARK last night (Original Series)
One of the good ones, IMO.
DS9: Our Man Bashir. IMO the best of the holodeck episodes.
Not an episode, but I rewatched the Prelude to Axanar fan film.
Agreed, although Ship In A Bottle is a close second.
Arguably, the nadir of TOS.
Thine Own Self (TNG Blu-ray)
After Picard, it's Data's turn to be impaled.
Today - Redemption pt. 2
Shatner's performance is even more impressive to me now, knowing that his father had passed away when they were filming the episode.
Fight or Flight (ENT Blu-ray)
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