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reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... November 27, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 28: Where
It is a virtual certainty that creatures with incredibly long life spans would be unable to comprehend the concept of death. In this episode, the Enterprise encounters a void of total nothingness. Every …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... November 06, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 27: The
This is a tale of gain, loss and then a final gain. The Enterprise is ordered to transport samples of deadly biological agents to another planet where they hopefully will help in stopping a deadly plague. …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... November 05, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 35: The
There is no question that as technology continues to advance and humans move out beyond our solar locality, some of the truths that we currently hold self-evident will be severely questioned or proven …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 30, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 26: The
This episode suffers from the serious affliction that occasionally happens in the Next Generation, in that they try to have too much in the plot. The main story line is that many of the Federation outposts …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 28, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 25:
An old friend of Captain Picard, Captain Walker Keel, sends him an eyes-only message, asking him to attend a secret rendezvous. Picard beams down to an abandoned mining asteroid and finds Keel accompanied …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 16, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 22: Skin
This episode is memorable only for the demise of Tasha Yar and the holodeck scene where she says goodbye to her friends. A shuttle-containing counselor Troi crashes on Varga 2 and the Enterprise rushes …
reviewed Galaxy Quest. October 13, 2004
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Galaxy Quest (1999)
Having attended some of the conventions for old television series (Star Trek, Dark Shadows), I could really relate to this movie. The atmosphere and the attitude of the fans at some of these conventions …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 11, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 21: The
This is another one of the "technology gone wild" episodes of Star Trek. It is no better than the others are, as there are several points of absurdity. The Enterprise is sent to investigate …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 08, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 16:
One of my two pet peeves concerning Star Trek is how often the holodeck malfunctions. I can accept a failure that makes a generated character sound like an old 45 rpm record running at 33 rpm or having …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 01, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 17: Home
This episode has one of the best lines in all of Star Trek, "Ugly bags of mostly water." The Enterprise arrives at a planet where a small team of terraformers is modifying the surface of a supposedly …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... May 07, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 79:
The most endearing quality of this episode is that it showcases Dr. Crusher as an intelligent woman who can figure things out on her own. This is in direct contrast to so many other episodes where her …
reviewed Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. February 28, 2004
Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home
Pros: Yay for Star Trek!     Cons: Aww no big space battles or ships exploding. =P     The Bottom Line: Save the whales - Star Trek style! Hey - why not? =P     …
reviewed Shades Of Gray TNG. January 29, 2004
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 48: Shades Of Gray
One thing about the next generation series that has always annoyed me is the character of the chief medical officer of the Enterprise. Whether it is Dr. Crusher or Pulaski, the most common line seems …
reviewed Galaxy Quest. January 28, 2004
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Galaxy Quest (1999)
"Galaxy Quest" gives sci-fi lovers a swift, but soft and loving, kick in the pants. It is dead-on with its parody of sci-fi television, the actors involved, and the herds of loving fans who, admittedly, …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 31, 2003
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 11: Hide
This episode is in many ways a combination of two of the episodes of the original series. When "Q" is on the desert planet with Riker and some of the other officers, his speech and mannerisms are very …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... October 16, 2003
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 5: The
Human psychology takes center stage in this episode. A transporter malfunction creates a second Captain Kirk by siphoning out essential characteristics of his personality. Since only negative characteristics …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... October 13, 2003
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 18: The
There are two ways in which this is one of the best episodes in the original Star Trek series. The first is that the crew of the Enterprise encounters a creature (Trelane) that can command great power, …
reviewed I Am Spock. September 23, 2003
I Am Spock
Not as good as Shatner's book but still a must read for all fans of Star Trek. There is a lot of interesting behind the scenes info and numerous scene descriptions in both Star Trek and some of Nimoy's …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... September 14, 2003
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 42: Q
After viewing and re-viewing episodes of STTNG involving the entity known as Q, I have formulated a theory as to his popularity. So well played by John de Lancie, he also has some of the best dialog to …
reviewed The City On the Edge Of Forever (Epis.... February 09, 2003
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 28: The
While I am familiar with the many stories about the original screenplay by Harlan Ellison and the changes made for the episode, that will not be part of this review. What matters is what appeared on the …
reviewed Star Trek: Nemesis. December 11, 2002
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Star Trek: Nemesis
Pros: Patrick Stewart and the great TNG Cast     Cons: Numerous Plot Holes, dull pacing, and nothing new.     The Bottom Line: Nothing new here, and a bad send …
reviewed The Captain's Peril. December 08, 2002
The Captain's Peril
There are two concurrent story lines in this book, and they both provide us with additional information about the Star Trek universe. The first is a joint vacation by captains Kirk and Picard on Bajor. …
reviewed The Captain's Peril. November 05, 2002
The Captain's Peril
Three stars is perhaps being generous. It starts off really interesting with an appearance from one of Deep Space Nine's best characters. Then what? It turns into Kirk and his little buddy Jean-Luc Picard. …
reviewed Galaxy Quest. October 21, 2001
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Galaxy Quest (1999)
Sometimes when I write a review and give five stars I pause. After all 5 stars makes a picture equal to THE GODFATHER or GONE WITH THE WIND, and BEN HUR etc. Thus when you have a light film such as GALAXY …
reviewed The Wounded Sky (Star Trek, No 13). October 16, 2001
The Wounded Sky (Star Trek, No 13)
. . .it is philosophy and theology. (In fact, I actually lent this book to a classmate in a doctoral seminar on hermeneutics!)1) Diane Duane knows the "Classic" Star Trek characters as well as anyone …
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