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- Fri, May 24, 2013, 4:29am (USA Central)
When T'Pol suddenly showed up, I was surprised. Didn't he put her to sleep too? So, I thought: Oh! She's a hallucination too. But then as the show went on, I kind of figured that maybe she wasn't. But then when the end came near, I realized that she was. So, I guess I knew, kind of. But I was satisfied. I liked the way it all played out. And I really liked the freaky Hoshi scene.
>>The ending of Sixth Sense surprised you? Wow! While I enjoyed the film, I thought it was blatantly obvious from the opening scene (Given what happened).
The grand majority of people who saw sixth sense were surprised by the ending. Guess we all are not as clever as you.
- Fri, May 24, 2013, 4:16am (USA Central)
Jack - That was the whole *point* of Odo being injured in that scene. He is now as vulnerable as any other humanoid.
- Fri, May 24, 2013, 3:12am (USA Central)
Bah. I wanted Archer and T'Pol to get together eventually out of mutual respect. I was afraid that these massage sessions would lead to a T'Pol/Trip thing, which would have been OK, as long as it was meaningful. But no. They stretched out the massage scenes over several episodes, then squeezed an unbelievable, totally shallow, purely skin-deep soap opera sexcapade into a single episode. I was more moved when T'Pol kissed Sim. Very disappointing.
And, yeah, Malcolm was being an idiot. I don't like cartoon characters in my Trek.
Boy, I hope all this Xindi stuff comes together. Any more Harbingers and I will completely lose track and interest.
Braga raped and killed a girl named Trek
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 4:49pm (USA Central)
This crap spackle is but one ingredient in the comfort food for smooth brains that is Voyager. Eat up, fatties.
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 4:36pm (USA Central)
Once More Unto the Breach
I have just finished watching this episode for what seems like the 100th time. I hope you are aware I have been following your reviews since 1996 when I was at university in Portsmouth, UK, and Netscape was the preferred browser of choice, I'm now 36...but I digress.
Your review was great but you wanted a pay off for Kor, yet they didn't give you one...this is the genius of this episode, we don't know what Kor did, yet it doesn't matter, he did what was necessary and it keep us wanting more, but we are not going to get it. This is the nature of a legend.
I can't believe I wrote DS9 off as early as 1994 but I was young and inexperienced. To me DS9 is the soul of Trek...to quote the Jem'Hadar, the core of Trek's being...
alan tossed my salad
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 4:17pm (USA Central)
you are more subtle than most trolls here. Comparing two TNG turds to good DS9 should get you attention.
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 4:04pm (USA Central)
Ditto Pulanski, I think TNG needed a McCoy... As to the weaknesses of the child, well, I think it was tough to be too interested in him when he only lasted a few days and in the midst of a potentially life-threatening medical transfer!
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 3:57pm (USA Central)
And maybe.... the designers and operators of the station aren't gone at all, but lie amidst the other victims of the station.... (ominous music)
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 1:28pm (USA Central)
Enjoyed it when the computer basically told Data to shut up... Also, Troi "someone's hiding something but I'm not sure who or what"... don't leave home without your handy part-Betazoid! Ah, and wish I could have heard the rest of Geordi's joke... sounded like quite a spicy one...
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 1:21pm (USA Central)
We'll Always Have Paris
As far as these time/space twisting episodes go, I think this is one of the better and more plausible ones, and must be one of the original ones before Voyager made it an almost weekly plotline.
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 1:15pm (USA Central)
Skin of Evil
I think this episode went a long way to establishing the camaraderie between the crew that would eventually give TNG its special atmosphere. Also, it was 'good' to see a death handled like it actually meant something, rather than nameless people just disappearing off. A tad weak, yes, like other season 1 TNG, but certainly not awful, and definitely a little meaningful, more so than in many other sister-series episodes at this point of time, even our Jammer's beloved DS9, and certainly more so than VOY. I'd go for at least 2.5.
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 1:09pm (USA Central)
I agree, that although the drugs chat was a bit forced, it was a tidy example of discussion and application of the prime directive and a neat solution by Picard. Perhaps the story was a tad lacking but not truly awful... 2.5 at least.
- Thu, May 23, 2013, 10:33am (USA Central)
The Killing Game
Not to mention the thin white line of semen extending from the holodeck ejection ports, leaving a trail hundreds of light years long.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 4:14pm (USA Central)
In response, she says: "Two words. Dear Doctor."
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 1:18pm (USA Central)
Eh, no worse than 97.5% of Voyager episodes.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 11:43am (USA Central)
Ok, that's the last time I post from my phone using speech to text. That is horrendous.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 11:41am (USA Central)
I used to dislike Voyager because it could have been so much more, but after watching some episodes I discovered its true purpose: it's the comfort food of all the Star Trek series. Consequences of character actions are rare, and and it requires from the viewer very little thought. It's easy to watch and comprehend; just sit back and let the simplicity wash over you. Some people enjoying not having to use their brain and more power to them
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 11:24am (USA Central)
This episode certainly did the battle for the Federation's soul story a lot better than Star Trek: Into Darkness.
I'm thinking of Pine doing the final confrontation between Sisko and Leyton. It will probably be in a much noisier environment than a television set of an office. But it could have been quite awesome.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 10:42am (USA Central)
All Good Things...
Thanks Jammer for all of the reviews, and everyone for all of the comments.
One thought on Geordi/Leah: I can't disagree with the complaints of this Easter Egg, but I can't help but compare this little debate/detail vs. the "smack you in the face" telegraphed eggs of Into Darkness with WoK. Give me the subtle but somewhat problematic Geordi/Leah any day!
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 10:23am (USA Central)
Fun fact: Clint Howard didn't need to wear makeup for this episode.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 10:17am (USA Central)
Why did Neelix change into one of Quark's outfits? Does the replicator have a clothing section for annoying people? I don't know why but he would have been a better character had he stayed in his fur pimp coat.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 9:39am (USA Central)
being a fan of Mass Effect's brand of military sci fi I tried to give the show another chance, but it's so far up its own ass I was unable to penetrate the pretension.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 9:20am (USA Central)
Kazon are just queeny Klingons with krusty quaffs. Sad that they aren't the worst thing introduced by Voyager.
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 9:09am (USA Central)
These Are the Voyages...
Then my fedora fell off. :(
- Wed, May 22, 2013, 7:56am (USA Central)
Sons of Mogh
"In fact, the most horrible crap happened to Worf and O'Brien out of all the main characters on the show. Is it a coincidence that they both happened to originate on TNG? Hmmmm....."
A very good point, Patrick. This could be seen as more of Ira's hatred for TNG; hatred which, as far as I'm concerned, ensured that DS9 would not be embraced as TOS & TNG were.
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