Last Star Trek Episode You Watched

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

  1. Cutie McWhiskers

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    DS9 - "Emissary". Gets better with each additional viewing as new little nuances peek out that I had not recognized before. Dax's sense of humor was more spry back then too. Easily the best Trek series opener...
     
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  2. pl1ngpl0ng

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    Voyager - Season 1 - "The Cloud"
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  3. Catblack

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    I watched TNG season 1 the episode where they went to the orgy world lol
     
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  4. pl1ngpl0ng

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    lol and what outfits!
     
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  5. pl1ngpl0ng

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    Voyager - Season 1 - "Eye of the Needle"
    Yes i think the same way of Star Trek in general, it really does get better and better...
     
  6. Odona Kirk

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    Rivals (DS9 on Netflix)
     
  7. Cutie McWhiskers

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    DS9: Babel

    While the premise (bizarre virus konks out the crew and the clock is tickin' and they're all takin' a lickin', something that's almost as old as the world's other oldest profession), it's more than made up for by some worthwhile character development for pretty much everybody (that helps DS9/S1 stand out better), one or two eminently clever plot twists, is a robust Kira story in its own right, and has a lot of well-written dialogue that really hits the spot. But Ira co-wrote the story, along with the wonderfulness of Sally Caves. It's not hard to see where their particular interests shine through. As well as the acting and directing of said actors with this creative take on Aphasia on display with the proper tone and inflection to match the scene but be allow the words to be as incongruous as need be... this one is far more than the sum of its parts and is a must-see. 9/10
     
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    TNG - Haven
     
  9. Push The Button

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    Wonderful episode. The Picard home and vineyard in La Barre is such a beautiful place.
     
  10. Odona Kirk

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    Will You Take My Hand? (DSC Blu-ray)
     
  11. pl1ngpl0ng

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    Voyager - Season 1 - "State of Flux"
    the butler did it...
     
  12. Odona Kirk

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    The Man Trap (TOS Blu-ray), in honor of Trek's 53rd birthday today.
     
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  13. Cutie McWhiskers

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    DS9: "Duet"

    I'd never seen this one before.

    The music is the first of so many wonderful things that sets this series as being far superior to TNG.

    Another is the multi-layered plot, whose only predictable twist is made unpredictable as a result (sorry, no spoilers).

    The scripting has never been more exquisite for any DS9 episode, much less any other in Trek as far as I'm concerned.

    If not most shows in general.

    And the acting... nothing upon nothing tops this episode as well.

    Rarely do I weep while watching television. This had the waterworks turned on, several times, increasingly so.

    Okay, one spoiler (it's a big one despite being over such a small scene, so I implore you not to click):

    I screamed "No!!!!!", even long before Kira had. :o That's just how damn great and compelling this episode was, true to Trek's ideals while providing so many facets of so many levels.

    Forget hyped episodes like "The Visitor", those just pale to albino dust in comparison to a genuine, bona fide all time great of television.

    10/10.

    With ease.
     
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  14. Nyotarules

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    TNG the one where Data become a dad and Starfleet treats him like property....again
    TNG Sins of the father aka Trump Duras wins this round
     
  15. Cutie McWhiskers

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    DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets"
     
  16. kirk55555

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    I've been watching a lot of stuff today, for the anniversary.

    Arena (TOS)
    Timeless (VOY)
    Observer Effect (ENT)
    The Pirates of Orion (TAS)
    Cause and Effect (TNG)
     
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  18. Damian

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    That was a great episode. It was also a pivotal early episode on Kira's growth on her views on Cardassians. The acting was well done. Kira's rage at one point was palpable (sometimes it's in the silence of a character that you see their rage most prominently). And that of the Cardassian throughout was well done.

    I watched "The Enterprise Incident" yesterday. One of my favorites of the 3rd season---though I have noticed each time I watch it, it loses a bit of its luster. If I recall I believe one of the novels indicated the mission was secretly arranged by Section 31--an interesting plot point as it is something I could see Section 31 arranging.
     
  19. Nyotarules

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    Its one of the TOS episodes I enjoy watching even tough in universe it makes little sense. Starfleet has an ingellignce division so why use Kirk and co, ordinary soldiers for espionage, better still they have a planet full of Vulcans with their own spy organisation who can inflitrate the ship.
     
  20. Reanok

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    TNG Paralels