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Old 02-05-2010, 07:08 AM
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Sure TrueTrek or the prime universe is awesome as well I have nearly seen all 79 episodes isn't that great especially the cast and the variety of stories they do in every episode.
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Old 02-05-2010, 11:46 PM
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43 years Star Trek has been around wow that's something
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It's a marvelous tale, now interwoven in the fabric of American society, born in the era of optimism and hope amist the backdrop of social unrest of the 1960's.

It's the reason why the story and the characters are much bigger...much more grand than the design of the ship, or the actors portraying her crew. Star Trek, when her writers were on their A-game, was very profound. When her writers were not at their best, she was silly camp--but it, overall, was culture-changing television.
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It's a marvelous tale, now interwoven in the fabric of American society, born in the era of optimism and hope amist the backdrop of social unrest of the 1960's.

It's the reason why the story and the characters are much bigger...much more grand than the design of the ship, or the actors portraying her crew. Star Trek, when her writers were on their A-game, was very profound. When her writers were not at their best, she was silly camp--but it, overall, was culture-changing television.

Nicely said, Dom.
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It's a marvelous tale, now interwoven in the fabric of American society, born in the era of optimism and hope amist the backdrop of social unrest of the 1960's.

It's the reason why the story and the characters are much bigger...much more grand than the design of the ship, or the actors portraying her crew. Star Trek, when her writers were on their A-game, was very profound. When her writers were not at their best, she was silly camp--but it, overall, was culture-changing television.
And without the silly (which, let's face it - at times we enjoy! ) we wouldn't be able to appreciate the deeper parts as well!

You gotta have a solid measure of both in Star Trek or it's not Trek!
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Old 02-06-2010, 02:15 AM
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Thanks TMB and Kevin! Kevin, you're right: You gotta have the silly to appreciate the deeper parts.
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Is NuTrek solid just wondering I still think it is brilliant and I love everything about it weird hope I'm not.
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I hate that the sequel didn't come on immediately after the first film ended!
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