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ViktorG Says:
Drastic Measures: I'm 70% through, and it's hard to keep up the interest to read.
I liked the first third of the book, but since then it feels more like a chore to finish it.
 
fragsel Says:
The Menagerie, Part II: Imagine Kirk not being surprised Christine Chapel in darker hair is Pike's Number One ;)
 
fragsel Says:
The Menagerie, Part I: I would enjoy it more If Netflix didn't dupe me into watching "The Cage" as first episode of the series

Still, nice use of previously unused material. For someone who did not see The Cage great insight into Enterprise history...
 
tstarnes Says:
Drastic Measures: While this book wasn't bad, it also wasn't particularly good. Overall it's just kinda bland and not particularly interesting.
 
ViktorG Says:
Star Trek Into Darkness: I like it!
It doesn't live up to the first one. But I never expected it to either.
 
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fragsel Says:
The Menagerie, Part I: I would enjoy it more If Netflix didn't dupe me into watching "The Cage" as first episode of the series

Still, nice use of previously unused material. For someone who did not see The Cage great insight into Enterprise history...
 
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Locust75 Says:
Dear Doctor: 4 Tribbles! A very heavy moral dilemma episode, but it's centered around Dr. Phlox who's my personal favorite!

Funny scenes of Phlox eating what the animals eat, and Trip crying during movie night. It makes sense that Hoshi is learning Phlox's language. I like Archer pretty much spelling out the Prime Directive.

Captain's Log - "The Vulcans stayed to help Earth 90 years ago. We're still there."-T'Pol
"I never thought I'd say this, but... I'm beginning to understand how the Vulcans must have felt."-Archer
 
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Locust75 Says:
Silent Enemy: 3 Tribbles! @tstarnes: I agree, maybe it would've been better if they had Reed thinking back of his dad being a hardass. And, how it relates to him getting the job done now.

I'm really impressed by the spaceships we've seen this season. And the one is this episode is creepy and cool at the same time.

Good ending with the boys having a brew after saving the day. Although, it would've been funny if Dr. Phlox got Reed's medical records mixed up, and he's really allergic to pineapples!

Captain's Log - "You missed T'Pol's latest bout with chopsticks."-Archer
"Damn! Dinner and a show."-Trip
 
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tstarnes Says:
Silent Enemy: The whole "what is Reed's favorite food" plot is stupid. Especially considering the how serious the primary plot is.
 
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bharbeke Says:
Star Trek: Insurrection: The Son'a are a bit weak as villains, but I just love seeing the TNG crew and the Enterprise-E in this one.
 
 
 
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