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Fri, Jun 15, 2018, 10:55am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S2: Contagion

As someone who actually watched the episode when it first aired, I can tell you that "restore and reboot" was a well known concept at the time, which is why I was annoyed that it's treated like a revolutionary concept.

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Sun, Sep 10, 2017, 9:35am (UTC -5)
Re: TOS S1: The Alternative Factor

The resolution to the episode is a textbook case of something rigged up for dramatic effect without a sliver of logic.

1. If all that was necessary was to destroy a ship on one side, why didn't "sane" Lazarus do that years ago?

2. Why was it necessary for them to be trapped between universes? Simply destroying the ships was all that was necessary. The insane Lazarus could have been imprisoned and treated. "Sane" Lazarus would be free (albeit possibly stranded).

3. Why did Kirk tell Spock and two security guards to "stay back" as he struggled to throw insane Lazarus into the portal? Wouldn't it have been easier to just stun him and throw him in or at least make it 4 on 1. Stunning would have given "sane" Lazarus a little time without having to hold his counterpart and given Kirk and company time to get to cover.

4. Why did Kirk and company beam back to the ship and then go from the transporter room to the bridge BEFORE ordering the ship destroyed? They could have sought cover on the planet surface or if was quicker, beam up and order the strike to occur as soon as their arrival was confirmed.

5. Like with most such technologies in Trek, what's to prevent some race somewhere else from discovering the same technology when a ship without Starfleet's best and brightest in the vicinity? What if they let the Lazarus twins out? That's why just destroying the ship and keeping on Lazarus imprisoned makes more sense.
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