Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
TNG: Captain's Holiday, streamed on Netflix.
TNG's version of Romancing the Stone.
Agreed. It's long been a favorite of mine, especially from the first three seasons of the show.
Deep Space Nine "The Search, Part II" (good) and "The House of Quark" (OK)
TNG's The Wounded.
DS9: Improbable Cause
Deep Space Nine "Equilibrium" (OK)
Deep Space Nine "Second Skin" (good) and "The Abandoned" (OK)
Journey's End (TNG Blu-ray)
The Most Toys - TNG
Deep Space Nine "Civil Defense" (OK) and Enterprise "Silent Enemy" (good)
The Die is Cast
Masks (TNG Blu-ray). Boring.
TOS: The Doomsday Machine, streamed on Netflix.
Scotty's damage control crew consists of two guys in command gold and one in sciences blue. You would think that engineering specialists would either be in red uniforms, or wearing coveralls or jumpsuits of some kind.
The planet killer seems to only be capable of travelling at sublight speed, yet Decker (and Kirk too, initially) saw the need to destroy it quickly before it reached the next star system, which we later find out is Rigel. That journey probably would have taken years or maybe decades at sublight speed though..
Anyway, doesn't matter, Doomsday is still a great episode and one of my all time favorites.
TNG "Inheritance" (disappointing), "Lower Decks" (OK), "Thine Own Self" and "Genesis" (both underwhelming)
That kid is annoying.
"Rules of Acquisition" - DS9
Parallels - TNG
Haven't seen this one in a while and wonder why I hadn't seen it sooner. Really interesting episode. Still trying to imagine a whole universe jammed solid with Enterprises. Worst traffic jam ever!
Valiant on DVD
Personally, I think a bajillion Enterprises would be the BEST traffic jam ever!
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