Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
Little Green Men - DS9
Charlie X - TOS
Deep Space Nine "Waltz" (good)
So we're supposed to check back each time we watch an ep.?
What's the point?
Sometimes it's fun to see what everyone else is watching. There's no requirement to post every time. I usually have the last few weeks, but sometimes I don't get around to it when I watch something. No big deal.
Choose Your Pain; Lethe (DSC) on All Access - getting ready for Chapter 2 and really digging rewatching these.
Galaxy's Child (TNG) on DVD - I've been kind of dreading this coming up on my workout rewatch. I really enjoy the B plot with "Junior" but the A plot with Geordi is painful at times.
The Practical Joker (TAS) on Netflix - love the early holodeck idea, love the idea of a sentient Enterprise computer, meh on the execution. Season two of TAS definitely felt like leftovers for me, although the episodes do have their moments.
"The Way to Eden" TOS
Man, even universally crapped-upon TOS has redeeming qualities and thoughtful ideas.
"The Gamesters of Triskelion" 50th anniversary rewatch.
DS9 "Trials and Tribble-ations" on H&I.
Towards the end it seems to me that when Kirk asks for the storage compartment door to be closed and he looked up. He'd be looking right up Dax's skirt.
Memorable for Flint's cool flat-panel TV, and use of the original 33" Enterprise model.
Also, this interesting bit, from Wikipedia: Its repeat broadcast, on September 2, 1969, was the last official telecast of the series to air on NBC
VOY - Lineage
Beautiful episode with a powerful story. Star Trek to the bone.
TNG- Q Who
"Rules of Acquisition" (DS9)
In A Mirror Darkly, Part II
I watched the last two episodes of Discovery's Chapter 1 last night, to get ready for the series' return.
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
(both TOS Blu-ray)
ENT - Stratagem
Very interesting episode. The subterfuge reminds me of DS9.
"Context is for Kings" - Star Trek: Discovery
This was probably my favorite of the seven episodes I've seen. Though not without its flaws.
Same, last night!
And the Children Shall Lead (TOS Blu-ray)
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