Last Star Trek Episode You Watched

Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. Captain Rob

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    DS9 "The Ship" on H&I.
    Overall a decent episode. Just some issues about their 'ship'.
    We are told that the entire ship is buried upside down in the hillside. With only the bottom aft section visible. which appears level. They go inside and the interior is upside down and tilted.
    And then they climb up to the bridge.
    The bombardment of isotons of explosives doesn't even disturb the hillside around the site.
    Just how did the changeling die? He had no bones or organs to be damaged when the inertial dampers went offline.
     
  2. BlueStuff

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    TNG - Realm of Fear

    Not the best Barclay episode. Too much technobabble.
     
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    Indiscretion - DS9
     
  4. Garth Rockett

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    The Vulcan Hello and Battle at the Binary Stars (DSC) - My wife didn't watch them with me on original release but wanted to see them at some point, so we're going to get caught up before the new episodes arrive.
     
  5. Balok's Decoy

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    Had a 12 hour drive home from our trip to Savannah, GA for New Year's so I watched a bunch of DS9 episodes.

    "Chrysalis" - DS9
    MEH.

    "Treachery, Faith, and the Great River" - DS9
    The A plot was fine, but the B plot with Nog and O'Brien was really fun. Love the concept of the Material Continuum.

    "Once More Unto the Breach" - DS9
    I remember liking it when I watched it but don't think it's particularly memorable.

    "The Siege of AR-558" - DS9
    One of the finest war stories I've ever seen. I love that DS9 takes war seriously and doesn't glamorize it. Hard to watch at times. At once brutal and tender. You could never see this in another Trek, except maybe DSC. But much as I love DSC, it hasn't gotten this real with its war stories yet. One of the best episodes of television I've ever seen, nevermind just DS9 or Trek. Bravo.

    "Covenant" - DS9
    This one felt like it had pacing issues, but it's nice to see Dukat up to no good.

    "It's Only a Paper Moon" - DS9
    Also add this one to my favorite episodes of television. I absolutely love what this show has done with Nog. And to think, going into DS9 for the first time last year, I HATED Ferengi. HATED them. Now I love them, because they're not just cringe-worthy jokes (most of the time). Nog is one of my favorite characters in all of Trek. This was a heartfelt, thoughtful, and powerful episode. Truly moved me. And James Darren knocked it out of the park as Vic Fontaine. I could watch the DS9 crew hang out with Vic all day.
     
  6. Odona Kirk

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    Galaxy's Child (TNG Blu-ray)
     
  7. The Old Mixer

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    I hope you weren't driving.
     
  8. Amaris

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    ST:VOY S01E09 - "Prime Factors."
     
  9. cooleddie74

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    "Past Tense, Part I" - DS9
     
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  10. Captain Rob

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    DS9 "Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places" on H&I.
     
  11. Balok's Decoy

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    Backseat :bolian:
     
  12. Garth Rockett

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    Context Is For Kings (DSC) on All Access - I didn't enjoy the first two episodes as much the second time around as I did the first, but this one was just as excellent as I remembered.

    First Contact (TNG) on DVD - What a great guest cast! Really good episode.

    The Cloud Minders (TOS) on Netflix - first time to watch the remastered version of this episode. The new effects were nice, but I thought they might have taken it a little further. There's a cool new shot of the city in the scene transition where Spock and Scott are trying to beam up Plasus.
     
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  13. Balok's Decoy

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    One of the more underrated episodes of TOS. I love this one.
     
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  14. Velocity

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    The Offspring - TNG
    Always brings a tear to my eye. I wanted Lal to make another appearance. Is she in any books?
     
  15. Captain Rob

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    ENT "Similitude" on H&I.
    The discovery that Humans can store memories in cellular genetic material. Don't think so.
    At least Sim got to mug on T'Pol.
     
  16. cooleddie74

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    "Past Tense, Part II" - DS9
     
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  18. Garth Rockett

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    The Butcher's Knife Cares Not For The Lamb's Cry (DSC) - rewatching these with the wife is really getting me excited for the return of the show.

    The Ship (DS9) - the wife was too tired for a second DSC episode, but I felt like some more Trek with a darker edge. This is one of my favorites. Such great tension.
     
  19. Push The Button

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    TOS: The City on the Edge of Forever, streamed on CBS All Access.

    CBSAA has the original non-remastered version in all its scratchy, grainy glory, which I had not seen in many years. Original airdate: April 6th, 1967, one day before my first birthday.

    I love that Spock eventually had to resort to cannibalizing entire radios for the parts to build his memory circuit, you can see a pile of them in the corner in the later apartment scenes.

    ..and those are the days worth living for.
     
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  20. Vger23

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    TOS Requiem for Methuselah

    This is a pretty damn underrated episode, quire honestly. If it had been a matter of days and not hours for the landing party to process the rytalyn (I'm sure that's misspelled) and to have Kirk develop a more plausible relationship with Rayna...it would have been very good.

    "Forget"