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RJ Morelle
Mon, Jan 23, 2017, 12:14pm (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S1: The Naked Now

No one, as far as I can see it, has yet commented on the greatest scene of this. Funny how maybe nobody else ever realized it, while my girlfriend and I spontaneously and simultaneously burst out with laughter. I'm talking about that tiniest of foot shuffles Picard performs when approaching Beverly Crusher. It's that minimal movement that first shows that he' s affected by the sickness too. Great economic acting like this raises the score considerably, so I definitely think this episode deserves a 3. Just for that well played classic scene. As for the rest, I agree it is pretty campy, but we did have fun.
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RJ Morelle
Mon, Jan 23, 2017, 11:27am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S4: The Visitor

I'm a little further than in the middle of a Complete Star Trek rewatch marathon with 3 to 5 episodes each day with my girlfriend, who I desperately wanted to get hooked. So far everything ok, she really enjoys it. The rewatch is in chronological stardate order, so right now we switch between VGR and DS9.

Always trying to be a little ahead of schedule, to be able to say to my loved one: tataaa, now watch THIS, I recently found this site. And the latest, sorry man: heartless entry by Caedus urged me to do my first comment on Jammer's.

The point I want to make is: we haven't even yet watched this episode together. It will happen in 3 days or so. But even just the mention of it, and reading the other comments, how it made you people cry, brought back the tears I remember crying when I first watched this back in the 90s. I cried like a baby, and always do when I just think about it. I just wanted to point out that this imho the most heartbreaking episode of any TV.show ever made. I am very curious how the rewatch will hit me.
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