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Star Trek : Picard 23:49 - Jan 15 with 903 viewsOldsmoker

The latest offering in the Star Trek franchise.
I liked Next Gen but was luke warm about Deep Space 9 and Voyager.
I had no time for Enterprise or Discovery.
Most of the films were naff.
However, my 2 fave characters were Jean Luc Picard and 7 of 9 and it appears they are both in the latest offering Star Trek: Picard played by Sir Patrick Stewart and Jeri Ryan.
I won't pay for Amazon Prime but I'm sure I'll get to see it somehow.

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Star Trek : Picard on 09:19 - Jan 16 with 722 viewschicoazul

The greatest sci fi film trilogy of all time is Khan, Spock, Voyage Home and I shall brook no argument. Show me a man who doesnt sob a bit when Spock stands up and straightens his tunic before turning round to talk to Jim after he saves the ship and i'll show you a monster.

Discovery I thought was ok but like you felt Enterprise was terrible. ToS is the best, DS9 second best, TNG third. I am looking forward to PIcard but fear it will be a bit naff.

I have it in commission, to comfort the feeble-minded, and to support the weak. You must needs go along with us; we will wait for you, we will lend you our help, we will deny ourselves of some things, both opinionated and practical, for your sake; we will not enter into doubtful disputations before you, we will be made all things to you, rather than you shall be left behind
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Star Trek : Picard on 09:21 - Jan 16 with 719 viewsStokieBlue

Star Trek : Picard on 09:19 - Jan 16 by chicoazul

The greatest sci fi film trilogy of all time is Khan, Spock, Voyage Home and I shall brook no argument. Show me a man who doesnt sob a bit when Spock stands up and straightens his tunic before turning round to talk to Jim after he saves the ship and i'll show you a monster.

Discovery I thought was ok but like you felt Enterprise was terrible. ToS is the best, DS9 second best, TNG third. I am looking forward to PIcard but fear it will be a bit naff.


DS9 was good because at the time it was competing with Babylon 5 and had to have a long story arc. The individual stories are nice but aren't as good as when there is a large arc.

Looking forward to Picard though, fingers crossed.

Voyage Home is a bit naff :).

SB

“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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Star Trek : Picard on 09:23 - Jan 16 with 711 viewsartsbossbeard

This post would've received more traction if you'd have titled it "The return of 7 of 9" and added the Picard thing as a sub-line.

Please note: prior to hitting the post button, I've double checked for anything that could be construed as "Anti Semitic" and to the best of my knowledge it isn't. Anything deemed to be of a Xenophobic nature is therefore purely accidental or down to your own misconstruing.
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Star Trek : Picard on 09:25 - Jan 16 with 700 viewsStuartBrett8

Any thoughts on The Orville?

Stop the world, I want to get off
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Star Trek : Picard on 09:27 - Jan 16 with 690 viewsartsbossbeard

Star Trek : Picard on 09:25 - Jan 16 by StuartBrett8

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I enjoyed it.

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Star Trek : Picard on 09:30 - Jan 16 with 669 viewsOldsmoker

Star Trek : Picard on 09:23 - Jan 16 by artsbossbeard

This post would've received more traction if you'd have titled it "The return of 7 of 9" and added the Picard thing as a sub-line.


I wanted to keep 7 all to myself.
I had copies of a fans pictures of Jeri Ryan in a bikini on a california beach pointing at the camera telling him to go away. They were on the disc of a long-gone PC and sadly lost.

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Star Trek : Picard on 09:30 - Jan 16 with 665 viewsartsbossbeard

Star Trek : Picard on 09:30 - Jan 16 by Oldsmoker

I wanted to keep 7 all to myself.
I had copies of a fans pictures of Jeri Ryan in a bikini on a california beach pointing at the camera telling him to go away. They were on the disc of a long-gone PC and sadly lost.


Cor!

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Star Trek : Picard on 10:47 - Jan 16 with 604 viewsMJallday

Star Trek : Picard on 09:25 - Jan 16 by StuartBrett8

Any thoughts on The Orville?


The Orville is good

Looking forward to Picard

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Star Trek : Picard on 10:49 - Jan 16 with 597 viewschicoazul

Star Trek : Picard on 09:21 - Jan 16 by StokieBlue

DS9 was good because at the time it was competing with Babylon 5 and had to have a long story arc. The individual stories are nice but aren't as good as when there is a large arc.

Looking forward to Picard though, fingers crossed.

Voyage Home is a bit naff :).

SB


DS9 was good because the writers and Ron Moore were excellent.

And I love VH's naffness! Who hasnt wanted to neck pinch a scary punk on the bus at some point?

I have it in commission, to comfort the feeble-minded, and to support the weak. You must needs go along with us; we will wait for you, we will lend you our help, we will deny ourselves of some things, both opinionated and practical, for your sake; we will not enter into doubtful disputations before you, we will be made all things to you, rather than you shall be left behind
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Star Trek : Picard on 11:47 - Jan 16 with 558 viewsBigManBlue

Star Trek : Picard on 10:49 - Jan 16 by chicoazul

DS9 was good because the writers and Ron Moore were excellent.

And I love VH's naffness! Who hasnt wanted to neck pinch a scary punk on the bus at some point?


DS9 was my favourite, but part of that is probably that it was the one I primarily grew up with. Am I right in thinking it was the same writers who did BSG?

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Star Trek : Picard on 11:51 - Jan 16 with 551 viewsDanTheMan

Star Trek : Picard on 09:21 - Jan 16 by StokieBlue

DS9 was good because at the time it was competing with Babylon 5 and had to have a long story arc. The individual stories are nice but aren't as good as when there is a large arc.

Looking forward to Picard though, fingers crossed.

Voyage Home is a bit naff :).

SB


I also enjoyed how it explicitly explored a war scenario that they had avoided doing for the other series which focused on exploration.

I also enjoyed the new Discovery series although probably in the minority there.

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Star Trek : Picard on 11:52 - Jan 16 with 546 viewsStokieBlue

Star Trek : Picard on 11:51 - Jan 16 by DanTheMan

I also enjoyed how it explicitly explored a war scenario that they had avoided doing for the other series which focused on exploration.

I also enjoyed the new Discovery series although probably in the minority there.


I liked Discovery as well, thought it was far superior to Enterprise for instance which I couldn't even be bothered to persevere with.

SB

“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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Star Trek : Picard on 11:53 - Jan 16 with 541 viewsDanTheMan

Star Trek : Picard on 11:52 - Jan 16 by StokieBlue

I liked Discovery as well, thought it was far superior to Enterprise for instance which I couldn't even be bothered to persevere with.

SB


Yeah, not a high bar, Enterprise was naff.

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Star Trek : Picard on 12:36 - Jan 16 with 495 viewsChiefXL

None of these series mentioned can hold a torch to Babylon 5
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Star Trek : Picard on 13:57 - Jan 16 with 439 viewsJohnWarksTash

Star Trek : Picard on 09:25 - Jan 16 by StuartBrett8

Any thoughts on The Orville?


I always preferred Cuddles.........
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