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Fri, Feb 23, 2018, 11:45pm (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S6: Valiant

The asshole captain and the bitchy first officer were pretty much the SJWs of DS9, wanting to control everything and everyone so much that they give Jake and Collins a lecture because she expressed a human emotion and then they put Jake in a holding cell because of his opinion... they make Captain Edward Jellico from "Chain of Command" look tame... hell, I'll take the Borg kids from VOY over them any day.

Because they were written so horrible, I felt nothing for them after they were killed, they were not simply following orders, like Nog they actually believed the captain was right and since Collins was so brainwashed by him, she tries to make it seem that Watters was a great man, while Nog was right that he was a bad captain... but Watters was no hero... far from it. They could have written these Jr. officers as flawed and complex, giving them a better backstory and reasons as to why they acted like this... but instead they were just insufferable brain dead brats.

The episode seems like it wants to be a mix between "The First Duty" and "Lower Decks"... but it fails.
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Thu, Sep 22, 2016, 6:53pm (UTC -5)
Re: Star Trek Beyond

"Star Trek Beyond represents a deliberate attempt to take the reboot film series back to the primary roots of Star Trek"

The primary roots of a Star Trek film would have had the film being more about the crew using their skills and wits to solve a problem rather than getting into another fist fight and space battle with a boring main villain.

I could care less if the Enterprise ship is destroyed, unlike the TOS Enterprise ship, we grew attached to it, it's destruction in STIII had more meaning to it. It was done to stop the Klingons and to save Spock's life. Here, it's destruction is pointless, it's just, lets blow it up because it will look really cool... did reboot Kirk care if the ship was destroyed? No, he rather ride around in some dumb bike...

Spock and Uhura breakup... good, they shouldn't have been a "thing" in the first place. The fact that Spock sees his race being far more important than Uhura doesn't say a whole lot of his commitment to her. But that should have been resolved at the end of the 2009 film when reboot Spock said that his place is on the Enterprise. The fact that he needed to be re-told or influenced again that he should stay, is a sorry attempt at character development. Growing as a character should not being told that you should, having it spelled out for you (looking at a picture... really????).
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Fri, Apr 22, 2016, 5:10am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S7: Force of Nature

During the the mid and late 90s, just about every series (live action and animated) in those days needed some type of environmental friendly message crap shoved down out throats. The plot to this episode, that wrap speed is damaging space, was ignored because it made no sense. it was there own global warming bullshit... wake-up people!

Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

Green Tyranny: The Propaganda Machine
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Wed, Oct 7, 2015, 1:50am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S4: Suddenly Human

Troi's counseling only worked when the scripted called for it. I say that because it didn't work in this episode at all, again, she's useless. Why didn't Troi say anything about how it would be wrong and damaging to removing a teenager from what he has know as home so quickly??? Doesn't Starfleet have to respect other culture's views and beliefs that's different from there own???? Or does this only apply when the script calls for it as well????? One thing's for sure, the fans haven't learned from that...

It's only Jono and Picard at the end that come to that conclusion, everyone else, like "counselor" Troi, are clueless to this... and besides, it's not up to Picard or Admiral Grandma to make that choice, it's Jono's choice, he's at that age to make it for himself.

And about the so-called abuse... half of you people are just making shit up, coming up with your own conclusions, your own head-canon, the episode was not written to for people to come up with there own biased answers... get your heads out of your asses!
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Wed, Oct 7, 2015, 1:20am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S4: The Loss

Troi has always been a "know-it-all-character" and as I said on The Price episode, she's a hypocrite. The Loss episode shows us that without her know-it-all powers, she's useless and insufferable.
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Tue, Oct 6, 2015, 1:35am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S3: The Price

The episode is so, so. But Troi was a hypocrite, she uses her abilities to give the crew an edge and Ral flat out called her on it. Her only excuse is that Troi believes she's on the side of the good guys. When Troi lost her ability for a short time in one episode, she was useless and she knew it...
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