I don't think it was the shiitiest thing in Trek, but it was not good at all, but, sorta par for the course for Beverly, 'Ill do what I think is...
He actually ordered a full spread of photon torpedoes. "Full spread" went from 4 or 5 in the series to one lonely torpedo.
New regs, I guess. :)
Beverly is....Beverly, and, by that, I mean she's utterly insufferable. I don't really care about her getting pregnant. I accept it even though...
This has merit, but I hope it's not true because it's super creepy.
This just really looks and feels to me like the North Tower of the WTC being imploded then dumped over Manhattan.
Molly O'Brien was the rare exception, not the rule.
Heh. Don't buy that one either.
The city was empty, too?
She has a history of questionable behavior, so it's not a surprise.
Did I see that correctly? A building gets imploded, sucked up, then dumped on a city and ONLY 118 people die?
A solid 4.
I think it matters less why they're there and more why the Federation wants to have its cake and eat it to. It tells them, "There's a treaty....
Humans must be VERY different by then because, try something like that now and the number of colonists that want you dead will not be zero.
The raised eyebrow is the cherry on top of the awful. He literally leers at her after she walks off.
For my own WTF, it's the entire episode,...
He was scared. I believe he was dying, but let's say he was lying? Why?
Was the season a failure? That premiere felt like a film. Cinematic from...
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