Anyone else got Star Trek Christmas swag? I will post some of my ornaments collected over the years
Anyone else read the captain “autobiographies”? I’ve read Picard and Janeway. Just discovered there’s a Kirk one.
An old one, but can’t resist.
Thoughts on the Discovery session 3 premier?
Rick Berman asked for Bajorans to have nose ridges so the actress could look pretty and alien. This is also the same reasoning of why the Trill were later redesigned.
Did you know that the colors on Wesley's sweater represent command, ops, and sciences? As an acting ensign, Wesley hasn't picked a branch of Star Fleet, so he reps them all
Finally a bowl for Star Trek nerds like me!
CBS announces an exciting new series:
I didn't think I would like the Lower Decks, but I do. Since it's a comedy, I had low expectations. No one asked for a comedy, but I'm glad they made it.
Love this crew
Is this series any good?
Not mine, but eye catching.
What is the state of sci-fi? Is sci-fi moribund or are compelling stories still being made? What are the elements that make a strong sci-fi story?
Star Trek discovery the biggest piece of shit ever? Bunch of special effects and space karate. Gene Roddenberry would be rolling in his grave
At least we don't have intergalactic politics
I saw the TOS episode “Spock’s Brain” the other day. It has to up there on the list of worst episodes of all time. Even the title was dumb. What episode do you think was the worst?
Janeway was a mass murderer worse than Thanos because of her time traveling wiping out the lives of everyone who had been born in the timeline she erased. Convince me otherwise.
TNG's episodic format gives no real consequences to character's actions and leaves them underdeveloped. It makes the conflicts in the episodes over simplistic