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53 years ago today

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Stevicus, Sep 8, 2019.

  1. Stevicus

    Stevicus Well-Known Member
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    On September 8, 1966, Star Trek premiered and went where no man has gone before.

     
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    What a great show, as well!
     
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    Way more advanced than Lost in Space.
     
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    And it's still doing pretty well on CBS All Access. I'm looking forward to Star Trek: Picard.
     
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    Whhhhhaaaaaaat Jean Luc is coming back? I wonder if Q is going to bother him again!
     
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    53 years ago I was somewhere in the ether between my daddies testicles and my mother's eggs
     
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    Yeah, but you have to subscribe to CBS All Access to get it. When Star Trek - Discovery came out, it was also only available on CBS All Access.
     
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    First watched in 67 when I was 7. Had never seen anything like it before.
     
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    Never got in to Deep Space 9 - but I've enjoyed most of the rest of them.
     
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    Deep Space 9 really picked up (for me atleast) around the middle of season 2.
     
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    When Star Trek first came out, I was meh....
    But it quickly grew on me.

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    eat the candy coming too fast on the conveyor belt.)
     
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    The real clinker in the series was the one which shall not be named.
    (Cap'n Archer piloted that disaster.)
     
  13. Stevicus

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    I thought it had its moments. I thought that Commander Dolim of the Xindi was one of the better villains I've seen. ("Patience is for the dead.") And Jeffrey Combs as Commander Shran was pretty good. (Combs had the distinction of playing two separate roles in the same episode, as Brunt and Weyoun, in DS9.)
     
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    I didn't like that one when it came out, either. But some years later I found I liked it. So who knows.
     
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    I was a little over 1 year old.

    Kind of explains a few things. =O°
     
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    Yup. I think it's possible to get a short-term subscription and binge watch it later on. That's what I'll be looking for when it comes out.
     
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    I wasn't born till 67, but watched reruns when I was little. Still like it.
     
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