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Mon, Oct 9, 2017, 5:30am (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: DSC S1: The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry

I agree with Startrekwatcher on a lot, although I probably wouldn't be quite as harsh.

The Klingons have been really disappointing and boring so far. Really doesn't help barely being able to show any facial expressions on top of having to just go by the subtitles. Every time it's a Klingon scene I just want it to be over and back to Discovery.

I would say that there's a fair bit of potential in the cast, but it's barely been realised so far. Saru and the Captain are good in the screen time they've had, Michael is fine too (although I hope she does eventually open up and become more interesting), but the writers seem intent on making everyone (except Tilly) sarcastic and sassy. I understand wanting to have some conflict between characters, but it just seems like it's constant conflict all the time in this show so far. I understand it's war time, but they just don't seem like a cohesive crew at all. How do they get anything done with all this arguing and conflict?!

It's still early, so things may change and grow as the season progresses, but so far I still feel like I know very little about the actual characters on the show.

Having said that, the production was great as always, and the way Michael solved the problem of the week and dealt with the Tardigrade was 'logical and empathetic' as Reign1701A put it.

I would've done the same as Jammer and given 3 stars to the 3 previous episodes, but I think I'd give this one 2.5 stars. Some of the plot and writing decisions are becoming more apparent to me, but there's still some nice touches and it's still entertaining.
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Wed, Dec 18, 2013, 8:44am (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: DS9 S6: Change of Heart

I don't know if I ever bought Worf's & Jadzia's relationshi. In S4, it was there, but in S5 & S6, it seemed a little rush. I think this episode was necessary to give some 'evidence' of the relationship. I dunno. I did, however, Worf's talk with Jadzia at the end, so sweet.
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