Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
Sounds like an excuse for waking up next to somebody you have no memory of.
Such Sweet Sorrow. Nice to see DSC ending strong.
"Carbon Creek" Enterprise, season two
thats a real down to earth episode
Amok Time (TOS Blu-ray)
Lethe (big rewatch)
Part of it is even downer than that, underground that is.
"Past Tense" from DS9. And I was reminded how casually and nonchalantly ST has always handled time travel. People are so up-in-arms about it with DSC, but it's always been a go-to writing tool in every ST series.
TOS-Turnabout Intruder. Underrated.
They've been up-in-arms when it has been used poorly in the past. Conversations over "Endgame" were a treat back in the day, also the Temporal Cold War.
When has it been used excellently? Take your pick: the timeship in VOY? Data galloping around? Ferengi at Roswell? Voyager showing up at the Big Bang? Nero? Even "Yesterday's Enterprise" dealt more with alternate timelines than time travel. The bad examples far outnumber the good ones. But that will never stop ST from doing it more. As a DSC fan, I accept it with all the risks of excellent and non-excellent outcomes.
"Extreme Risk" Voyager - season 5
"Such Sweet Sorrow" - DSC
"Inquisition", "In the Pale Moonlight" - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
"In the Pale Moonlight" is easily one of the top 25 episodes in the history of the franchise.
"in the flesh" - Voyager, season 5
(don't call us, we call you)
"Magic to make...": (big rewatch)
Operation--Annihilate! (TOS Blu-ray). What a bad episode title.
TOS-Amok Time. I've been getting back into TOS. I was surprised to discover my enjoyment of the new CGI effects that were added.
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