Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by Neroon, Aug 20, 2007.
BTW.... everyone recognize who the director of this episode is?
Or should I say?
Garibaldi is now getting a news feed from ISN, and it introduces one of the show's many issues of debate
The big controversy...the Death of Personality.
The electric bleachers were something that Jerry Doyle actually said.
Sorry... guy moment here..... watches Lyta's examination
Incidentally, I love Delenn's line here.
I didn't notice the director?
Adam Nimoy. Sound somewhat familiar?
Ah, yes. I remember now.
I like Garibaldi's follow-up to it as well, though. Death penalty or personality wipe.... if there's a mistake in conviction, there isn't much difference in the consequence
My favorite character!
Incidentally, I think Pat had jsut had her baby and so was, shall we say, enhanced in appearance?
Yeah, that's the controversy in this episode. Same as the death penalty and they seem to carry out the sentence really quickly.
*teehee* I love how Lyta gets Londo to back down!
I've always liked the Minbari beliefs. Except when that guy in Grey 17 aid it. <g>
One hopes that they have superior means of forensics, the way we currently have DNA testing.
Br. Edward's conversation with Delenn and Lennier... is extremely touching. And especially powerful for Christians when he relates his impression of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane
I love the Minbari religion. I think it is cool.
It's even got power to move non-Christians, too. It's really well written and played.
I will say that I think B5 does really well with the concept of religion in general, you know?
I remember meeting JMS once, at Marcon. And I made a special point of telling him about that particular scene in this episode. I actually think it moved him. Either that or he's a damned good actor
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