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Old 01-12-2010, 01:59 PM
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TOS was a sign of it's times too
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That's more because green hair and bacon foil clothes clash so dreadfully.
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:06 PM
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The poor thing just constantly reminds me of those little dolls you used to get attached to keychains etc.

Those little critters with wild tufts of Green, Blue and what-not hair. My Grandfather used to have one in his car.

It's terrible, but it's the only association I can make every time I see her.
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TNG kind of went the TOS route early on in the episode "Justice" (which was on TV last night). These people fit right in

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Old 01-12-2010, 02:08 PM
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Reminds me - where's my hat?
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:11 PM
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TNG kind of went the TOS route early on in the episode "Justice" (which was on TV last night). These people fit right in

A clear sign that The Rodd was still in full control of the show.
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:21 PM
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Somehow just hearing the words 'Rodd' and 'In full control' when mixed with Edo philosophy is just too heady for words........

This thread is getting far too steamy.....
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First, watch the whole goddamn Trip and T'Pol romance, it lasts or rather has impacts until "Terra Prime".
Second, decon and neuropressure is as cheap a trick as putting all the ladies in Theiss-wear and letting Kirk screw every second.
ENT de-sterilized Trek and it was quite necessary after TNG and VOY. I like those two shows, but yes, they were often too sterile.
I was wondering when I'd be graced by your response Horatio. I know how much of an ENT fan you are.

And I have "watched the whole goddamn Trip and T'pol romance." My original argument was that Berman and Braga can't write romantic scenes that are interesting. I don't give a crap about back rubs. I care more for Trip's state of condition after losing his sister. They didn't come close to what they could of done with that.

So you do admit that decon and neuropressure are cheap tricks. Good. I'm not alone. And yes, the outfits for the woman on TOS were ridiculous.

Enterprise is just as sterile to me as TNG and VOY are. ENT stills falls into the traps and cliche's every other Star Trek has had.
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I am always puzzled when someone complains about decon and catsuits when this was the usual TOS stuff.

Yeah....and that episode sucked balls.
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