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originally posted by: Nyiah
TOS is what I cannot learn to like no matter what. Shatner is like the opposite of Midas to me,turns gold to dung.
originally posted by: HighDesertPatriot
a reply to: eriktheawful
I just hope it isn't ruined by activist lefties with their pet causes. I don't need to see any thinly-disguised plots about transgender aliens who marry their children.
Background: The J'naii are a race of beings who do not have genders. Although they are genderless, some are born with the desire to be male or female. The J'naii who follow these desires are named outcasts and criminals, and even sick, and are put through treatment to "fix" or "cure" them.
originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: nonspecific
I didn't like enterprise or voyager. Ds9 was much better than I expected it to be.
originally posted by: Revolution9
a reply to: Revolution9
One thing I think is very important. That is to have MATURE actors. That is a secret ingredient. I thought the Next Generations was very good that way in their casting of Patrick Stewart as Captain. Also, having a complete diversity of ages with Wesley being the younger interest was very well done. The new Star Trek films were far too teeny bopper for me. Nowadays, characters can be two cardboard thin in depth. The plots need to explore the dimensions of the characters, how they react in situations, their strengths and weaknesses, etc. The viewer is then drawn into a relationship with the characters.