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 Post subject: Re: Live Long and Prosper; the Trek Thread
PostPosted: Mon June 01, 2020 2:51 am 
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bada wrote:
wease wrote:
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1 and 2 are the worst. 3 and 4 are probably the best. 5 and 6 are close behind, and even in the discussion for a «seasons 3-6 are the best». 7 is very uneven, but has some gems.

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5 has Darmok and Inner Light though.

Five is included in 3-6.


I thought you were agreeing with the 3 and 4 were best part!!!! Very brave of you and Anders to agree that 57% of all the seasons were the best!

3-6 are the main stride. All of them are good. 3 and 4 are the best. 7 is good, but spotty with the finale being quite exceptional. 1-2 are by far the worst of the lot.

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 Post subject: Re: Live Long and Prosper; the Trek Thread
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swan wrote:
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Is there a consensus generally on the best Next Gen. seasons? I'm watching straight through (or trying to), but a friend who's all in told me to just hit a few greatest hits episodes in the first two seasons and dive in on the third. That's what I've done, and it's great so far, but I was curious if there was a general golden age for the show.



5 is my favorite, but it still has a handful of absolute dogshit episodes. It was a different time.


Yeah, while I prefer being a completist with shows I really like, maybe I've just gotten too used to the shortened seasons for the shows I tend to watch now. I wasn't sure I wanted to watch 50 hours of TV for the ten really good ones. That being said, there's advantages to having this many episodes that serialized television doesn't really offer, mainly with the variety of stories the show's able to tell.


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