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reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... December 27, 2011
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 5: The
This episode is a classic.  It's the infamous "Good Kirk and Evil Kirk" episode.  It's also noteworthy of bringing to light that this is where we get to see both sides of …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... December 26, 2011
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 8:
Teenage adolescence is both awesome and horrifying.  You start to have sexual feelings, think about the future and enjoy those times with your friends before they leave for school and maybe even …
reviewed The View From The Bridge: Memories of.... October 18, 2011
The View From The Bridge: Memories of Star Trek and a Life in Hollywood
In the world of Star Trek, there are many names that come to mind as far as who made the show such as Gene Roddenberry and DC Fontana and Herbert Justman and then of course the stars like William Shatner …
reviewed Shades Of Gray TNG. June 01, 2011
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 48: Shades Of Gray
No one likes clip shows.  Even if the clips are good, all it reminds you of why you couldn't be watching the episodes the clips came from instead of the clip show.  It's not even like …
Justice (ST TNG)
Star Trek The Next Generation may have been a landmark show but looking at it's first two seasons, you wouldn't know that.  While things improved slightly in season two before going into …
reviewed Star Trek - "Spock's Brain". March 31, 2011
Spock's Brain (ST OS)
Spock's Brain.  Offen a contender with "The Way to Eden" as the worst episode of Classic Trek.  I much perfer Spock's Brain for many reasons and the chief one being that Spock's …
reviewed Disaster (TNG). March 25, 2011
Disaster (TNG)
I kid, I kid.  Rather her in charge then flying the ship.  Watch out for that planet in Generations.      Season 5 was certainly one of TNG's better years and there …
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 79:
If there was a neglected character on TNG, most people would say it's Troi, but oh no, it's Crusher.  The Enterprise D's lovely auburn haired doctor didn't get many episodes devoted …
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 28: Where
Very few people will defend the second season of TNG as a masterpiece but many will argue that the series did at least get a footing here.  Much like the first season there were good episodes and …
reviewed Star Trek (2009). February 27, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Star Trek Poster
How is it that a film that has been so anticipated, has had so much money and hype devoted to it ends up on the screen with a continuity error in the first half-hour? I refer to the scene in which McCoy …
reviewed Yesterday's Enterprise (ST TNG episode). January 14, 2011
Yesterday's Enterprise (ST TNG episode)
This is one of those episodes that is wonderful for a Trek fan.  It filled in an important story piece for Trek's history and on top of that it offered a change of pace for the show.   …
reviewed Star Trek: The Next Generation - "Gen.... January 13, 2011
Genesis (ST TNG Episode)
Evolution exists or it doesn't to some people and if you showed this episode to a non-believer it will certainly ENSURE they won't change sides and could entertain them.  Some people find …
reviewed Babylon 5. December 28, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
Babylon 5
   I am in the middle of watching B5 for the fourth of fifth time, this time with my seven year old son, and having recently read much in the way of early epics all at once (Beowulf: A Verse …
reviewed Star Trek (2009). December 12, 2010
Star Trek Poster
Let's just be clear, I am not a trekkie nor have I ever been a trekkie, and this film did not make me a trekkie, but that didn't stop me from enjoying this reboot of the franchise. The acting …
reviewed The Duras Sisters. December 02, 2010
The Duras Sisters
I am a big fan of the Duras sisters in the Star Trek universe and not because of their ample cleavage. They are ruthless and proud, willing to kill their enemies and bed them if necessary. In that respect, …
reviewed Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. December 01, 2010
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
When I watched this movie for the first time, I experienced a combination of emotions that was unusual for me when it involved anything about Star Trek. I was bored, disappointed and angered. The boredom …
reviewed Armus (ST TNG). November 13, 2010
Armus (ST TNG)
The episode in which Armus appears is one of the worst of TNG. The idea that all of evilness was pulled out of a race and embodied in one creature is ludicrous and the implementation as a glob of petroleum …
reviewed General Chang. November 13, 2010
General Chang
General Chang is a powerful villain that helped make "The Undiscovered Country" a great movie. A Klingon reciting Shakespeare as he is bombarding the Enterprise is one of the best scenes in all of Star …
reviewed Sybok. November 13, 2010
Sybok
Sybok is one of the worst characters to ever appear in any Star Trek incarnation. By Vulcan standards he is insane and his presence just serves to make a bad movie even worse.
reviewed Yeoman Janice Rand. November 08, 2010
Yeoman Janice Rand
It was fortunate that the character of Janice Rand  was of short duration. It was clear that she was to be Kirk's love interest but the series was so much stronger when the Enterprise became Kirk' …
reviewed Beverly Crusher. November 08, 2010
Beverly Crusher
The Chief Medical Officer of the Enterprise arguably has to be the best "seat-of-the-pants" medical person in the Federation. No person is more likely to encounter and have to treat alien life …
reviewed Tasha Yar. November 08, 2010
Tasha Yar
The character of Tasha Yar as security chief was a strong one that should have continued. There was one episode where she was a member of a team engaged in an extremely physical contest and Worf was …
reviewed Nurse Christine Chapel. November 08, 2010
Nurse Christine Chapel
Nurse Chapel was too much the traditional love-sick female character to be all that worthy of inclusion in the series. She uttered an occasional fluttery line about problems and McCoy had to firmly …
reviewed Uhura. November 08, 2010
Uhura
 It is difficult to understate the significance of the Uhura character in television and society, both generally and specifically. Up until that time, the general role of black women on television …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... October 17, 2010
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 42: Q
The story? Coherent or makes no sense?      This is the first Borg story and possibly the best.  It does cause a bit of confusion with The Neutral Zone episode though.  …
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