Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
DataLore - TNG
The Ship - DS9
"The Die is Cast" - DS9
The animated series "More Tribbles, More Trouble" (good)
DS9: Trials and Tribble-ations. One of my favorites!
Things Past - DS9
It has been aired on TV. It first premiered on Pay-per-view then a Star Trek special in syndication during the late-80's.
The episode got chopped up and used in "The Menagerie".
I don't understand. I think both "The Cage" and "The Menagerie" are in color.
DS9 - "Shadow Play"
Under-rated episode in my opinion. Existential isolation where a character uses fantastic technology or mysterious powers to help one cope with that isolation. Trek visits this theme many times throughout all five series. Flint. Kevin Uxbridge. Marayna. Tarquin. And Colyus.
I think it's interesting that every series has at least one episode with this theme, yet it's not often discussed.
There's also Ezral. Granted they were two, but it's close enough to your examples, in my opinion.
They cut the pieces of film they needed out of the only known color copy of "The Cage" at the time.
I'm sure Harvey could provide more details.
I see. Thanks for the explanation.
Measure of a Man TNG
(I personally feel this should be listed as required viewing for anyone who wishes to know what Star Trek is about as whole. The issues it raises are entirely relevant as our technology advances and it doesn't need a knock down drag out fist fight to convey the message.)
The Galileo Seven (MeTV)
ENT: Precious Cargo and The Catwalk, streamed on Netflix.
Precious Cargo: Dull and unoriginal. Hollywood has told this story, or something similar, at least one hundred times, from The African Queen to Romancing the Stone.
The Catwalk: I enjoyed this one very much, there was a real sense of tension as the crew had to not only survive the technobabble-storm, but also had to deal with the militia crew that was attempting to hijack the ship. This is probably one of my favorite Enterprise episodes, certainly in my top ten.
All Our Yesterdays
Angel One - TNG
"Explorers" - DS9
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