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Sat, Jan 25, 2020, 3:18pm (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S4: First Contact

I just wanted to say my favourite character in this episode was the doctor, Berel. He was committed to the principles of his profession regardless of the subject in front of him, to the point of being dismissed.

While Mirasta and Krola represent the two main forces of thought that would take place among those with power in such a situation - do we advance or retreat? - I thought the doctor represented the “ordinary” citizen: namely, I have no idea what role you are going to play in my world but I choose to proceed according to the principles I’ve always espoused in whatever sphere of influence I have.
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Sat, Oct 26, 2013, 7:59am (UTC -5)
Re: DS9 S1: Dax

Knowing what comes later with the suppressed host, perhaps Jadzia also stayed silent because her sense of guilt was so strong, even if she couldn't pinpoint why. She might have assumed it was Dax's memories of the affair that created such an overwhelming sense of guilt that she had to risk extradition and death to protext the widow - whereas, really it is the suppressed memories subconsciously giving her that sense of guilt.

I know they didn't have the later episode in mind when they made this one, but I think the two hang together nicely. I *think* - I haven't seen the series in a long time, and only intermittently then; I'm rewatching the first season now.

The very first DS9 episode I ever watched? "Let He Who is Without Sin...." Is it any wonder I took so long to continue? :)
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Fri, Mar 21, 2008, 11:52pm (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S6: Unimatrix Zero, Part I

"I just have a hard time believing anyone would do it. If I locked you in a room and said, "Okay. Here's a hacksaw. I want you to saw through your forearm until it becomes detached, and don't worry about the blood, pain, or permanent disfigurement," would you do it? I doubt it."

Hee - Jammer, I think you just outed yourself as being the founding father of the entire torture-porn genre. Who knew the director of Saw was reading your recaps?
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