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#1 11 years ago

Well?

I like Voyager the most.




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#2 11 years ago

I liked them all, for different reasons...hard to decide one over the other and :moved: from Ent




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#3 11 years ago

I enjoy Ds9 most, especially the later seasons. because of the whole Dominion war theme and not only because of the massive battles, though that certainly is a plus.

Btw: Rebel, isn't that the same sig Korsakoff used to have?


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#4 11 years ago

Sovereign002;3699606I enjoy Ds9 most, especially the later seasons. because of the whole Dominion war theme and not only because of the massive battles, though that certainly is a plus.

Btw: Rebel, isn't that the same sig Korsakoff used to have?

I hated deep space9. didnt like it at all. Star Wars is about exploring not staying at a station and solving problems and stuff.




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#5 11 years ago

If you can't tell by my sig, it's TNG.




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#6 11 years ago
badhairday;3699815I hated deep space9. didnt like it at all. Star Wars is about exploring not staying at a station and solving problems and stuff.

Star Wars??

And I disagree with your interpretation about Star Trek. DS9 deals with the continuity of your actions, which is something that was a problem in TNG and especially in Voy. I loved the politics and religious issues that were treated in DS9. It was much more fixed on what goes on in the day-to-day business of Star Trek life. It's not as adventuring as some of the others shows. But is't still bound by great stories and character development.




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#7 11 years ago
badhairday;3699815I hated deep space9. didnt like it at all. Star Wars is about exploring not staying at a station and solving problems and stuff.

errr star wars? typo, I have to agree slighly with you, yet wouldn't you argee after so many years and new shows on star trek exploring would run a little thin? [quote=Sovereign002;3699606]I enjoy Ds9 most, especially the later seasons. because of the whole Dominion war theme and not only because of the massive battles, though that certainly is a plus. quote] You and me both...loved the dominion war


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#8 11 years ago

Mentioning least favorite one first and down to my favorite.

TOS: Too cheesy for my taste, shallow characters, and again, any action was cheesy, no redeeming factor save the movies.

TNG: Cheesy, if less so than TOS. It slowly improved as it matured, but the lack of decent ship to ship action and character development had me squirming. So much could have done, yet so little was in terms of a story. No, I do not care to hear a ugly woman talk about being naked. And last but not least.. WESSSSLEEEEEEY!

Enerprise: I don’t have much to say about this one, I liked it for as long as It lasted. The Xindy (cant spell it) threat running through the duration of the show gave it a cohesion the before mentioned series lacked, as did voyager in some way. But the latter episodes running up to the end lacked somewhat, while the temporal war was interesting, the implementation of it “nazi’s in the US” was unfortunate to say the least.

DS9: It was such a flip flopper, one day you were immersed by political intrigue and thrilling adventure, the other day you could have sworn someone put drugs in your drink as you watched another “emissary” episode, or you longed for some boring plane crash documentary while a random duo of characters were “marooned” somewhere and got to work out their differences. Much of which was resolved towards the end, when the cold war went hot, and the characters finally found some cohesion. And who can forget “It’s a faaaaake!”? YTMND - It's a FAAAAKE!!!

Voyager: My all time favorite, it had a lot of everything, and most of it was quite good. Even if the stack of enemy’s that voyager got together at the end was a little over the top, it wasn’t too bad. The ending was sudden, but did we really want to watch this show until we were ourselves dying, and Captain Echeb commanded Voyager back to A? I don’t think so.. And besides, ablative armor is cool. star20trek20voyager2020hv0.gif




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#9 11 years ago

I would have to say, ironicly, DS9 to be my favourite show. I actually NEVER watched DS9, because I thought it was boring, always staying in 1 place and stuff. Then I started to collect DVD-boxsets from startrek. I began with Voyager (was my favourite show first), then Enterprise (was my second favourite show), then came TOS (just because they were on sale :p, and I never actually saw a TOS ep before), TNG (hadn't seen all eps), and last but certunately not least, DS-9. Just to finish the collection. Then I took a week off from my job, and watched all the DS9 eps, and surprisingly I very much liked the show. From that moment on, DS9 became my favourite, Voyager my 2nd place and Enterprise on 3rd place.




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#10 11 years ago

god why cant i type? Star Trek* is about exploring. As most people know from Patrick Stewart saying it in the beginning of every episode of TNG.