Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
Carpenter Street - Ent
11001001 - TNG
The North Star - Ent
I'm currently working on a massive, and supremely indulgent, rewrite of Voyager. The last episode I watched was "Caretaker" to that effect.
Otherwise, it was "Amok Time".
I need to make some time to watch "The Chase", though, because it's one of the few episodes I have absolutely no recollection of; I might have only seen it as a kid.
Deleted scenes from the original edit of "Where No Man Has Gone Before (TOS)."
ENT - "These Are the Voyages"
Not having seen this in a while and knowing the amount of hate directed at it in these forums, I watched this with some mild trepedation. Perhaps it was not as good as I remembered and reported? ... No worries! This episode is a lot of fun to watch - it was most enjoyable! What I may not have noticed before, however is that Jolene Blalock looks very cute in this one, in a way that she hasn't on STAR TREK, before - even the Mirror Universe 2 parter, which everyone else drools over. I don't know exactly what it was, but I suspect it's to do with her make-up and her hair seems tinted and just looks better in general. As to liking the episode, overall, I wasn't overly concerned with the logic of the TNG gimmick, Frakes or Siritis being too old, or any of that stuff. It wanted to be entertaining and it worked. It was a successful show, in that regard ...
No reason for all of the hate. It's well established that was the goodbye for all four shows. In that sense, it was OK over all.
Just watched Amok Time. TOS. Classic.
ENT: Dawn and Stigma, streamed on Netflix.
Dawn: a retread of TNG's The Enemy, which was based on the movie Enemy Mine, which was based on the movie Hell in the Pacific...
Stigma: Once upon a time, mind-melding was considered a bad thing, and even hazardous to your health.
TOS-r: Friday's Child
Put Your New Regular Character in a Scene Even Though He Has No Lines Department:
In the teaser, Chekov is sitting in on the briefing about how dangerous the Capellans are, though he has nothing to do except sit, listen, and exit. He doesn't even get a 2 second reaction close up. He is not part of the landing party.
Naturally security guard Grant, who is not given this warning, reacts to a potentially hostile situation and is immediately killed.
When it would make more sense for Grant to be in the briefing, get your new teen-oriented character in the scene instead and don't give him anything to say.
Future Imperfect - TNG
Bug Eyed Monster...
When the Bough Breaks - TNG
"Family Business" - DS9
Facets - DS9
ENT: Cease Fire and Future Tense, streamed on Netflix.
TOS-r: A Private Little War
Every time I want to mention all the stuff in this episode, when I come in here to talk about it, all I can think of is Nancy Kovack.
The Game TNG
with young Ashley Judd
By Any Other Name
Home Soil - TNG
The Thaw - Voy
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