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Sun, Jun 11, 2017, 11:49am (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S4: Revulsion

I disagree about the anecdote that Tom and Harry shared in the opening. It was another bit of childishness by Tom in particular, those pranks are only funny to elementary school students. I was happy when Janeway brought it back to a mature conversation.
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Wed, May 31, 2017, 7:26pm (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S6: Memorial

I agree with most of this, but think that Janeway disregarded the actual harm done to the crew. The memorial essentially assaulted people, causing mental harm - how could anyone argue for not deactivating it?

As for Neelix, I dislike his character too much to care what he thought.
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Thu, Dec 20, 2012, 5:15am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S5: For the Uniform

First off all after this episode i really had problems feeling any sympathy for Sisko and his crew in the rest of the episodes.
The episode itself is very inconsistent wih what was established before in the whole star trek universe.
1. evacuating a complete colony within minutes ?
After the Chemical attack it seemed all colonists already waited with all basic things packed next to the entrance of the escape ships, everyone was accounted for none at a place where he wasn't reachable.
2. No one in the "heroic" crew is ready to stand up against an order of on obviously vengeful, bugged out Captain that goes against everything their uniform stands for ?
Not even Kira who felt the cardasian way to treat people herself ?
3. The Starfleet does nothing to to punish this ?

After looking this episode i had to look at the air date because i was relatively sure it had to be short after 9/11 but it was 3 years earlier.
Honestly i think that the author of this episode where in the mind setting that "we are the good guys and all we do is right". Unfortunately a very common fault in our western world today.


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