I caught my first tube this morning...sirCF Supporter
- Jul 21, 2007
- Reaction score
Lore is definitely it. He was disassembled and stored there after Descent.
I could tell if you like.I'm hoping Ro and Barclay make a cameo.
It's kind of ironic when you think about it now because ENT even cemented the TOS era aesthetic with "In a Mirror, Darkly" which was pretty brilliant.
I think Enterprise is alright; better now compared to how other shows went. I agree that some things did feel anachronistic, though I think they also tried somewhat though rather inconsistently.
As much as I like SNW, the liberties it continues to take with the TOS aesthetic that DIS completely upended are still difficult to reconcile. And I'm saying that as someone who didn't grow up with TOS and doesn't have a nostalgic attachment for it. Still feels wrong to not even try to better incorporate the look and feel of TOS into shows set in the same era.
DIS just feels like it belongs more in the Kelvin timeline than Prime.
I liked the entire series but Season 4 is a real knockout. You should give it a try.Ah, I didn't see that episode - I wrote Enterprise off quite early.
I could tell if you like.
When was the last time there been a show that has consistently gotten better each episode?I teared up watching this week's episode. It was absolutely amazing.
That's 5 for 5.
Forgot about Andor. It felt a little slow at first but built to a great ending. Picard hasn’t had a slow moment yet I felt.I sound like a broken record but Andor started off strong and maintained that all the way through to the finale, that's 12 episodes of amazing quality across the board.
With Picard this week, I shouted 'oh my God!' out loud at one point. It's that great.
Wow! Godfather 2 is one of the greatest American films of all time…DeNiro AND Brando both give phenomenal performances and carry both movies as Vito Corleone…you are missing out.Ah, I didn't see that episode - I wrote Enterprise off quite early.
I liked SNW aswell but I prefer to view it as alternate canon due to its connection to Star Trek Discovery and the retcons and changes that have been made and will no doubt continue to be made in that continuity - not alternate timeline, not reboot but a full remake. And due to the recastings. As good as the new actors may be, Leonard Nimoy is Spock and William Shatner is Kirk. On that most basic level I find it hard to reconcile completely different adult faces and being asked to believe they're the same individual, that one will become the other. I know Star Wars famously did it with Obi-Wan Kenobi but hey, I've never liked the PT so I'm being consistent.
Spoiler:I did not expect Ro to come back. And her confrontation with Picard at the bar and the slow realization of both of them that they both who they said they were was touching. Her final act was likewise a tear-jerker.
On a sidenote, you'd think that with so many shuttle accidents, Starfleet would at least provide crew members with a portable space suit of sorts so they can jump off a shuttle if transporting out is not an option.
Fair enough, but with him being in the shows trailer months ago and it being confirmed all. I could have done without the "Lore" mention - regardless of it ultimately being true or not.
Spoiler:So with the revelation of the Changelings evolution maybe that explains why their shape shifting looks different? At least it’s a bit of head canon I came up with.
I’m liking Shaw more every episode. His smart assery is awesome. I need to look into what else this actor has done.
Ro was awesome and I think it was a perfect end to the character and a tying up of her and Picard’s storyline. Really liked that she was Worf’s Handeler.
I can’t figure out Jack. That Crusher doesn’t know something is going on with him doesn’t seem right to me. I don’t mean him acting weird, it’s whatever secret is going on. I would think she would know.
Theory due to the whispering he hears that CC reveals is Crusher’s voice. That he is a Changeling and doesn’t know it. Like the link is calling out to him in his mother’s voice. That backed up with him knowing people are Changelings, and that one crew member who said he knows what he is in his vision. Only thing not making sense is his eyes going red.
I loved seeing the non Starfleet side of things this week. The Logical Vulcan gangster was amazing IMO. Even if the Worf bluff was able to be seen a mile away. Leaning real hard into the stereotypical warrior monk stuff. Although I did love him sparring Raffi and his one handed easy blocking of her attacks.
We are pass due for a Geordi appearance.