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manolo
Mon, Feb 12, 2018, 5:39am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: Will You Take My Hand?

Sorry for the kids reading this, and delete my comment if it's offensive, but what a load of crap this whole show, not only this episode, is. As I said before, STD's season 1 served to understand the wrath of CBS against Axanar and all the fandome. Fans have better ideas than paid writers, who apparently are not well paid to take the time to at least watch some of the previous shows to understand what they're crapping on. I hope some chillionaire could buy the franchise in the future and deem this trash as non-canon alongside with JarJar's movies.
They can shove the "nostalgia" with which they intended to finish the season up to wherever they want to fit it.

P.S.: Sarek being proud of a human ("being proud", a Vulcan???) and not of his son (or sons, if you want to take Sybok into account), well...
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manolo
Mon, Feb 5, 2018, 6:38am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: The War Without, The War Within

@MadManMUC Yeah, pretty much like that lol. That "official" fiction is pretty much unimaginative, like several writers work separate and then bond all the pieces in a cacophony of pure manure seasoned with bad acting. I'm glad I practically get to watch it for free in Netflix, feels like watching any other fanfiction from youtube, but this one worst than anything else!
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manolo
Mon, Feb 5, 2018, 6:05am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: The War Without, The War Within

Ah! I forgot, now the shrooms aren't just magical speed devices, but also "an advanced system of geophysical imaging". Wow! F**k physics! Right? xD I better started to LOL because I couldn't trust my ears! xDD
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manolo
Mon, Feb 5, 2018, 6:00am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: The War Without, The War Within

Aha! So after 14 crappy episodes we finally 'discovered' why all the fuss about "Return to Axanar" xDDD they should be ashamed that a fan could crap better writing (thus having better understanding of the source, and imagination) than "the real deal", damn!
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manolo
Mon, Jan 29, 2018, 8:22am (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: What's Past Is Prologue

Since the beginning I suspected a midiclorians = shrooms crap in this show, now they confirmed it. Why didn't they and Disney give all that money to Mel Brooks? I'll better enjoy and believe that liquid Schwartz can do all what shrooms do in STD. And he'd give better stories than the two franchises combined.
There are so many stupidity in several plots for me to expose here. I keep watching just to compare and then enjoy the few shows that invested in real, intelligent writers and consultants.
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manolo
Tue, Jan 16, 2018, 12:31pm (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: The Wolf Inside

I also forgot to mention how easy it was to find out Tyler's identity, as he doesn't have mirror counterpart. Or let Sarek mind meld him to know why he attacked the albino Gorn, well..., 'Klingon'.
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manolo
Tue, Jan 16, 2018, 12:23pm (UTC -5)
Re: DSC S1: The Wolf Inside

Now Andorians look like blue Klingons with brain worms, Klingons look like Gorns, and Vulcans are plain idiots who all wear goatees, cheesus...
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manolo
Wed, Dec 27, 2017, 11:56am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S6: Tears of the Prophets

The eternal "simplest solution" for the Federation: "oh, we're going to imprint a Federation signature for the platforms to waste it". So, Cardassian engineers are so dumb they can create a badass weapon but without countermeasures? No special defenses for the main power generator? Just put it on a rock and let the Irish to figure out a ridiculous solution to a big problem...... DS9 is really the first lame spin off... And that without mentioning Kira taking command of a Federation ship, so Worf was just painted there, maybe it was a Worf's hologram? Maybe the writers got very ill paid at the time the show was going on...
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manolo
Fri, Dec 22, 2017, 6:53am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S6: Valiant

0 out of any rating. Pretty stupid bad writing. Acting captain douche-bag should had give command to Nog as the only real officer on-board, starting from there everything went downhill. Besides, a Defiant-class attacking a gargantuan Dominion ship (that happened to be a super-secret, and without guarding fleet)??? Come on! No matter how stupidly delusional you are, there's no way a small boat, no matter how well armed it is, could take down a destroyer (in present times analogy).
In conclusion, I agree with all pointed out by others before me, one of the worst episodes in ST history, just above the holodeck/suit episodes (and of course, Threshold...)
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manolo
Thu, Dec 21, 2017, 6:09am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S6: Inquisition

One more for the list of stupid things writers did in DS9. They "invented" section 31 as a CIA-like organization inside Star Fleet, so, why Sisko was needed to play Devil's advocate in the very next episode?
Wouldn't be more logical to have them organize something to bring the Romulans to Federation's side? I'd buy it if instead of Sisko being the one pulling everything in "In the Pale Moonlight" it'd be Bashir, especially because of his close relationship with Garak.
Anyway, it doesn't surprise me at all, maybe this was the worst planned ST series, I insist they should had bought the entire script from Straczynski.
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manolo
Fri, Dec 15, 2017, 6:00am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S6: One Little Ship

Everything in the episode was sloppy writing.
First, there's an apparent "break" from the war, but previous episodes were irrelevant to the war arc (and yes, there's always a sub-space anomaly, somewhat...)
The Jem'Hadar apparently know everything about the Defiant, but they can't notice what Sisko is really doing in engineering (at the end, the first order the rest to make the repairs, so they should know what to do and what the Feds were really doing).
In the middle of a shoot-out, Sisko goes casually from one console to the other, slowly, and the blood-thirsty, ultimate-soldier Jem'Hadar can't fire at him... yeah... Then, of course, the ship & co. return to normal without so much to explain, "magically" they could go inside the sub-space anomaly again without shrinking further (they never stated it had a shrinking limit, how could they know if it was going to result?)
The alpha vs gamma rivalry was utterly stupid. You are having shortage of reinforcements, the last thing you want is to create that rivalry among your ranks. The reason why they make the difference should've been the scarcity of the White (the only reason to make them different), or by making them stronger, as they now face the Klingons.
If by introducing a different breed of Jem'Hadar the writers intended to do something interesting, why they wouldn't forget about a "tiny ship" and introduced the "elder" Jem'Hadar as someone who offered to defect from the Dominion in exchange of free passage to the Gamma Quadrant (because his "gamma" brothers are suffering from withdrawal from the White? Remember? The Federation destroyed a White depot, big one, some episodes before.) Sisko would demand them to attack their forces to show the truthfulness of his request.
But no, the show's Achilles Heel was always bad planning, and the writers showed always how to make plotholes and inconsistencies throughout the 7 seasons. Maybe they should had paid Straczynski to know what he was planning with his space station story...
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