Ro: maaan! wrote: »
If you liked the first season of DS9 it's safe to say you'll love the rest. Go and watch!
LilKitty wrote: »
Actually for many people that's not correct, many seem to lose interest once the seasons start to revolve around the war concept, the first season is actually not easily comparable to season 4 onwards.
Goodshape wrote: »
It's still good, but I just find the constant threat of battle --- which never really seems to materialise --- , the inclusion of Worf and the Defiant, is a distraction from what was an interesting character driven space-station show.
So it's still TNG FTW, I'm afraid.
grandmaster wrote: »
So I guess my favourite is TNG, followed by Enterprise, but by the time I've finished DS9, it may have swapped places with Enterprise.
Are people who grew up with TOS still alive??
ChocolateSauce wrote: »
For me it was TNG because it was more than a story; it was a statement. Every episode was a moral conundrum (in which Picard was always supremely moral), and the clearest message was that even though things may appear magical or inexplicible, there is always a rational and scientific answer, even if it is not readily apparant.
The history of military conflict in Afghanistan [has] been one of initial success, followed by long years of floundering and ultimate failure. We’re not going to repeat that mistake.
-- President George W. Bush, in a speech at the Virginia Military Institute.
Mal-Adjusted wrote: »
...i only cought a few episodes of DS9 so i cant comment on it...
Kiith wrote: »
You really need to remedy this. Its far more dark and gritty then any other Star Trek.