#321
Well, I've been in Bashir's medical boots before.
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damoj posted:

the animated series had some baller episodes like the one about the ffeemmaallee psychic species that harnessed super male vitality to generate their eternal yoni, or whatever



I now want to see the show produced by Gene Roddenberry where his mistress fights his other mistress to defeat a planet of clones of the second mistress.

#323
thinking about classic Star Trek episode "Balance of Terror" which is a very good episode of Star Trek but also has a perfect TV episode name.
#324
The Enterprise has a chapel in Balance of Terror where I guess Kirk & McCoy & Scotty go to pray to the LORD Jesus Christ. At the beginning Kirk is officiating a wedding, then at the end he's there as the former wife-to-be mourns the man she would have married. It's so good
#325
I wonder what the viewer numbers on the newest Star Trek season are. Even I’m not watching it so they have to be real real bad.
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cars posted:

Picard's sad-sack burnout best friend gets humiliated in front of everyone when the sex planet they visit sends her a personalized advertisement for weed, then she goes to visit her estranged son, who cringes when she tries to touch him and tells her awkwardly to leave him and his polite young wife alone.



my favorite part of that plotline about her estranged son is how the show pretty much never mentions it again so it was a completely pointless foray for the viewers like half the plotlines that ultimately make little sense on that terrible show

#328
i started rewatching ds9 since its been more than a decade since i last did so and holy shit doctor bashir is a hilariously bad actor in the first two seasons. the episode where he gets possessed by the mental energy of a crime boss is rough. glad he eventually took acting classes or whatever.
#329
at first the actor did an immaculate job portraying what a little shit bashir is but wasn't able to keep up the effort year after year
#330

招瑤 posted:

the actor did an immaculate job portraying what a little shit bashar is


#331
thanks for posting itt guys
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Lately I've been putting on ds9 episodes to have something to ignore while I'm doing other work and I gotta say... the first time Bashir and Garak were onscreen together I actually had to look up from what I was doing and be like, 'alright, what's going on here'
#334
truly great chemistry

#335

gay_swimmer posted:

Lately I've been putting on ds9 episodes to have something to ignore while I'm doing other work and I gotta say... the first time Bashir and Garak were onscreen together I actually had to look up from what I was doing and be like, 'alright, what's going on here'



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#338
this unnamed non-Star Trek show sounds very bad and is, like the vilerat spaceship game, permanently banned from my thread.
#339

cars posted:

this unnamed non-Star Trek show sounds very bad and is, like the vilerat spaceship game, permanently banned from my thread.



apologies, was having an acid trip at the time

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#341
currently rewatching TNG S6E17 "birthright part 2", wherein worf attempts to find out the fate of his father, and quite intentionally attempts to incite an ethnic pogrom among a multi-ethnic utopian socialist community for the sake of providing fresh recruits for the klingon war machine
#342
part 2 of "Birthright" is such a Rene Echevarria script in how it unfolds back at the viewer, a former prison camp where the guards married prisoners and the whole thing seems real fucked up on its face, but then you figure out that the prisoners chose to build lives for themselves rather than be treated as the living dead back home, and the audience-identification main-cast character from Braga's part 1 is still low-key angry about everything, and you're like Oh right, our hero is also kind of fucked up so...