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Slate informs us that "This week Hulu is offering free access to every episode of every series of Star Trek that’s ever aired". They've got ten suggestions.
Here's mine: "The Trouble with Tribbles". An ending as good as I've ever seen on TV.
Posted by Craig on 05:43:00 AM in Television
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I remember attending U of Ill and living in an apartment just off campus. We had a *very* snowy, failing tv set. Every Star Trek night [Wed? Thurs?] a group of proto-geeks [I was a math major at the time, we had a couple of engineering students, a poli sci Doc student, a dental student] would gather and turn off the lights so we could barely watch the show. Rick, on of the elec engineering guys [built his own sound systems] usually managed to keep the tv working.
If you didn't catch the episode when it aired you didn't see it. No re-runs back then. ;->=
Good times, good times.
March 28, 2013 at 09:10 AM
"A Taste of Armageddon" is great political commentary. Two planets wage war via suicide machine.
Ted Craig |
March 28, 2013 at 09:56 AM
For trek at its cheezy best, watch "A Piece of the Action." (You also get to see a young Vic Taback as "Jojo Kracko.")
The Best Trek episode ever is "The Inner Light." Also good from TNG are "Ship in a Bottle," "Darmok," and "Starship Mine."
dave smith |
March 28, 2013 at 10:46 AM
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