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Re: [vox] OT: Star Trek (was [vox-tech] Assorted OO questions)

On Mon, Feb 28, 2005 at 11:18:30AM -0800, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> > On Mon, Feb 28, 2005 at 10:01:59AM -0800, Don Werve wrote:
> > > To be honest, after the end of DS9, I was wondering why alarms weren't
> > > going off in Engineering about the breech in the 'Suck' containment
> > > fields.  Ergo, I stopped watching.
> >
> > What!?  You didn't like Voyager? :)
> I didn't like Voyager either.  I actually liked DS9 towards the end,
> except for the latter half of the last episode.

DS9 was great because of the subplots, and I thought it was a better
show overall. After the end of DS9, I stopped watching (and never came
back for Enterprise).

> > Honestly, and unfortunately, Enterprise has grown on my recently.
> > (Now that they've stopped all this time travel crap.)
> Yes yes totally.  Especially the last handful of episodes.  Too bad
> Paramount wants to kill it before the series matured.
> Did anybody else think the last two episodes were hillarious?  They
> finally answered the question about the absence of Klingon ridges in the
> original Star Trek, no doubt due to all the discussions in the fanland
> since the first episode of Enterprise thanks to an episode of DS9 where
> they go back in time of the original Star Trek and Worf makes a comment
> about a shameful Klingon past about the period of missing Klingon ridges.
> =P

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