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Sat, Jun 29, 2013, 2:58pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S7: Afterimage

Receiving DAX should have made Ezri into a confident, capable person -- that's the established trill lore, and that's how it worked with that guy who stole the Dax symbiont for a few hours in 'Invasive Procedures'. Now it appears that the writers forgot everything they established about how trills and symbionts work.

Ezri pretty much ruined season 7 for me -- Jadzia Dax was one of my favorite characters, so it was tough to see her go, then there were so many episodes in season 7 featuring this dingbat Dax.

I haven't counted, but it does feel to me like there were more Ezri-centered episodes in one season than there were Jadzia-centered episodes in 6 seasons. And I cringed at all of them. Dax simply should never have been presented as existing within a goofy dingbat! A pathetic excuse for a counselor and starfleet officer.

No way would I ever go to Ezri for counseling. I agree with Garak.
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Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 3:59pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Facets

Great minds think alike -- I had exactly the same objection and reaction that you did, Jammer -- how could Jadzia NOT know that Curzon loved her? How could she NOT know everything that Curzon did in regard to her initiation, and why he did it.

Loved fun-loving Curzon/Odo. I wouldn't have objected to keeping them that way!
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Thu, Jun 27, 2013, 5:26pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Little Green Men

I loved this ep. I'm thrilled to know that Quark, Rom and Nog were the aliens of the 'Roswell incident', just as I thought it was a hoot when we found out that the Vulcans invented Velcro, and T'Pol first introduced it to America.

I'm easy to please, chuckle.
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Thu, Jun 27, 2013, 2:28pm (UTC -6)
Re: Star Trek Into Darkness

I never knew how much I loved tripods until the movie biz threw them away about 10 years ago. All the shaky camera work and superfast cuts made the movie hard and a bit painful for me to watch. I only did so because it is Star Trek -- the rest of the movie biz will have to rediscover their tripods to regain me as a customer.

So. about a third of the time the screen was filled with colors and bright light that conveyed no meaning at all to me -- before I got oriented and figured out what I was looking at, the movie cut away to a different view -- which would then cut away before I figured out what I was looking at, again.

A disappointing movie. Such a waste of time putting up meaningless, pretty light shows on the screen. I missed a couple of plot points (where was old Spock? How'd he show up in the middle of that big battle?)

I did enjoy the young Chekhov, he's a hoot. Otherwise not much to recommend this movie.
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Thu, Jun 27, 2013, 12:20pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S1: Emissary

A lousy beginning for Sisko -- a starfleet officer who could not comprehend that Jean-Luc was not responsible for the death of his wife? Who couldn't understand that Jean-Luc was as much a victim of the Borg as Jennifer? Took me a long time to warm up to Sisko after this misstep at the beginning.
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Thu, Jun 27, 2013, 11:54am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Fascination

One of my favorite episodes, with a few lines that really tickled my funny bone. Jake:"You told me I could meet someone at the Festival" Sisko: "I did not mean Major Kira"

It's the rare slapstick episode of ds9, and I enjoyed it. Since most everyone was sick, they are not responsible for their behavior, thus no character assassination.

The Miles/Keiko stuff was painful, though. Everytime we see M/K they are miserable -- not a good advertisement for marriage! I wish they had been shown as a happy couple occasionally in the series.
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