@ Old Darth,
In To Serve All My Days, no one actually ever said that Chekov was dead. There is a special edition of that episode coming out in a few months, "To Serve All My Days: A Night in 1969". It is designed to actually "be" an episode in the 1960's, complete with period commercials, I believe. Some points will be clarified in this version.
You are correct in assuming that "Disclaimer" would have worked, but I was thinking more along the lines of "full disclosure" at the time.
I did take your comments as constructive
criticism, so no worries. I also realize you didn't comment on the actor who plays McCoy. I just included that because other people in other forums have said some things--some constructive, some not.
I did speak of John Lim in the past tense, didn't I? I should have been clearer. What I meant was that I did not have the opportunity to meet Mister Lim personally while on the set of Blood and Fire--it was crazy busy--
, but I have to say I think he did a great job in Center Seat and World Enough and Time, which are the only things I've seen him in so far
. Sorry for the confusion.
As for the rest of what you said, both initially and in response to my post, I take it in the constructive spirit in which you offered it. Thank you.