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Reverend Meteor

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christian

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Subj: Re: Episodes that don't work...(Some bad and good ones from season 4 of DS9)...
Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 at 08:54:08 am EST (Viewed 109 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Episodes that don't work...(Some bad and good ones from season 4 of DS9)...
Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2019 at 09:47:52 pm EST (Viewed 104 times)






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    Voyager....Neelix and Kess didn't work for me. Mercifully they got rid of her. I suppose it could be said that Voyager eluded the Borg a little too easy. I liked the show. The cast was much better than Next Generation. The writing was much better. And the finale was head and shoulders better than TNG and DS9.


That doesn't make sense to me at all. How anyone could like Voyager much less put it above TNG is beyond me. TNG had it's flaws but was still far superior to Voyager. Voyager was like TNG without any of the good parts.

Everything about Voyager sucked. The actors. The aliens. Janeway's crappy leadership. The Maquis. Anything hologram related. Leaning on TNG supporting characters (Q, Barclay). It was just a show with a really bad premise really. The fun thing about Trek is the aliens we know like the Klingons, the Romulans etc so they decide to do a show where all the cool aliens aren't there on that side of the galaxy.

Voyager was the worst show in the franchise and I will stand by that.

Enterprise had it's problems but there were times when the story could be interesting like seasons 3 and 4. Voyager was just one long marathon of crap. Every episode as dismal as the next. Enterprise could be up and down in quality but Voyager was just always a consistently awful show. I think the only character I could ever stomach on Voyager was Kes and she got written out early on.





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