Your spaceship is traveling through an unknown quadrant and will take seventy years to reach Earth without alien technology or wormholes or something. On your first day, you meet a smuggler who lied to you and put your crew in danger so he could rescue his girlfriend. He offers to come and share his knowledge of this area with you. What do you do?
kill him and eat him. marry his waifu for a while then throw her out in an escape pod before she gets fat.
use the array to go home while rigging it to explode after I leave and I also murder neelix then turn kes into my sex slave before she loses her looks
oh I execute the terrorists for being terrorists
B'elanna was in the Maquis, and Kira was in the Resistance (b/c Roh didn't make it to DS9). Maquis were wiped out, Resistance kicked the Cardies out. I think Kira is the bigger psychopath.
All day, every day. Reptilians have 4 sets of muscles extra in their cloaca than human vagina do.
What did Amanda Rogers end up doing after she left the Enterprise? A human who gains Q powers is an interesting concept and should be revisited at some point.
Unless she travels back in time, there's probably no reason for her to be seen ever again. Q normally don't interact with humanity unless they are bored and it will be a long long time before that happens from a brand new Q.
she made 29 rikers to get gangbanged by, then got bored with them, made about 100 puppies and slept on top of them on a cloud for a little while. then pic related i guess.
>Benjamin, I'm detecting heightened asspainium levels in anon's post
>lethal dosage in five minutes
repostan from the last general :)
i -just- woke up (worked overnight), and guess who had a dream set in the same episode. i dreamt the vulcan monks made everyone from enterprise a feast since we all got off the ship and were eating in the grassy hills outside the monastery, the snow having melted. there was workout equipment which everyone was happy about instead of being cooped up in the ship. the portions were tiny but delicious, and when i got a plat with some creamy taco things and a bowl of spinach soup, t'pol expressed interest in the soup as in "is that spinach soup" so i gave it to her instead of the other guys crowding around me and she ate it while the other crewmen and i shared the taco stuff.... i dreamt i shared food with t'pol. her interest in the soup was also in character for her. as in shes emotional about something but covers it up with a sort of blase politeness. pretty cute.
While all of Trek is hit or miss in terms of quality, it is pretty well accepted that Voyager has the highest number of total stinkers of any series.
What are the most untrustworthy species in the galaxy? I nominate the Iridians. They seem to always be involved in shady dealings of one sort or another.
>it is pretty well accepted that Voyager has the highest number of total stinkers of any series.
no, it's not. take your headcanon elsewhere, mate.
>confirmed for having never watched all of voyager
Answer my question about criminal races instead of disputing objective facts.
i've watched all of voyager about 4 times.
also, see: >>64501130
check and mate.
Yeah I guess there's a certain charm in how bad some of them are, but there isn't any replay value in them. They're just bad AND forgettable which you can't even say about the animated series, which is at least memorable.
>there isn't any replay value in them
You must be a DS9 fan.
Don't play that game, I'm a TOS and TAS old school trek guy. Nice aspersions though.
>i've watched voyager 4 times
Stockholm syndrome is a hell of a drug
Why was Tuvok in Starfleet accompanying Kirk and the Enterprise in Generations?
And then working as a henchman involved in a dilithium heist in TNG?
And then as a starfleet officer again in Voyager?
Why was Tuvok's career so all over the place?
>ignore all spacial anomolies
>enhance entire ship with borg tech, have 7 enslave a handful of drones to work in engineering nonstop until thier biological parts started wearing out
>barter, trade, cheat and steal my way across the cosmos
>bridge decorated with Hirogen and Kazon skulls
Voyager has too many large issues to be ranked along with 1st class trek.
>technobabble execution is weak
>3/4 of cast is awful
>Cucked the borg
>Captain was all over the place
I mean, I'll still throw some episodes on occasionally just to check back in but Voyager is definitely 2nd class Trek.
>implying TOS doesn't get an automatic pass because it paved the way
TOS has it's fair share of clunky episodes too, just off the top of my head you got shit like Miri to slog through, but even the bad episodes still had that magic Kirk-Spock-McCoy dynamic to play off of. The best stuff in voyager is all Doctor - Seven centric, and they weren't really even important characters in terms of ship operations.
>Not enjoying Bride of Chaotica
I think Voyager's strength is in characters.
The Doctor and Seven were great.
B'ellana And Tuvok were good.
Meh on Tom Paris and Chakotay.
Harry Kim would have been much better if he was a redshirt.
The one loser redshirt that somehow survives when he really shouldn't.
I know Janeway had weird characterization problems due to writers fighting over what she should be like but I still liked her in some episodes....when she was more of a motherly captain to Seven.
But then again I watched Voyager a lot as a kid over TNG since it was on basic poor channels. So I let a lot of things slide due to nostalgia.
The final episode of TOS has William Shatner impersonating an hysterical woman
TOS is ultimately a shame and a disgrace to all of Star Trek, it's even worse than the founding fathers of America owning slaves
>B'ellana and Tuvok were good
Tuvok was great and really underused thorughout the show. I would trade five Chakotay episodes for one really good Tuvok episode.
>some things slide due to nostalgia
This is a real phenomenon that should be addressed in these threads. Sort of similar to how everybody has a favorite Doctor, everyone has their first trek series. You never love a woman or a trek series quite like you do your first one.
>spock will never penetrate you with is nine inch vulcan cock
I am currently watching Enterprise for the first time ever, currently in 1st season. I am liking it so far, saw Andorian Incident this morning and the next two or three episodes a while ago. They're not bad at all, I might have to place this as my second or thrid favorite Trek if it keeps up this way.
>An episode from the turd season makes the whole show a shameful stain on America
You must be trolling. There are way worse things in TOS that that one. The space hippies come to mind...
That's actually my favorite TOS episode. The drama between Spock and McCoy around who gets to sacrifice himself to save the ship is top notch stuff.
I also like every episode that starts off where the crew is about to go on vacation, only to get interrupted by an anomaly.
Of course there were worse things in TOS. TOS was awful through and through with only a handful of bright spots. It's easily the worst Star Trek series and Voyager is better in every measurable way. Even Enterprise is better.
The final episode of the entire series being William Shatner impersonating an hysterical woman is singularly horrific, though. There's no worse final episode of any Trek series.
Why was Neelix in the delta quadrant when he's already a Ferengi?
Can any Trek- hell, can any TV show compete with the Kirk/Spock/Bones dynamic?
>tfw got in trouble talking about that episode with another kid who also watched Enterprise
Apparently Mpreg is a taboo subject worthy of punishment
>Even Enterprise is better.
Ok lad, I think it's past your bedtime. Your posts are losing structural integrity.
Why are you so hung up on the final episode? Why would we judge any other trek series on it's finale? Also TOS got canceled so it's not like that's how they planned to go out or anything.
>you will never explore the galaxy swapping bantz with your two best mates
TOS' imminent cancellation due to its general shittiness was known about two years before it actually happened. It got the Dollhouse treatment, not the Firefly treatment. There's no excuse for William Shatner portraying an hysterical woman in TOS' final episode. That's just insanely dumb and par for the course for TOS.
>last few seasons
>A few is 3 at minimum
>Enterprise has 4 seasons
wew lad, did you let a Pakled program your calculation matrix?
I've seen all of Star Trek including every scene from the final episode of TOS which includes William Shatner portraying an hysterical woman. Sorry to perturb your ad hominem attack.
oh yeah this is from seeing the andorian incident today btw.
Well since the adventures continued with the same cast and writing team in the animated series I would argue that the episode you seem to have some sort of preoccupation with isn't even the finale.
Do you judge Ds9 based on profit and lace too? Or TNG for SubRosa? Or EnT for A night in sickbay?
Sorry theyre small I should use screencapture instead of snipping tool on a reduced window. I'll start doing that instead.
I was watching Enterprise years ago on TV and the last episode
the Enterprise was surrounded by alien ships demanding the transfer of Archer, but he was transported somewhere else when he stepped into the elevator.After that they stopped airing the show. Does the show end on that cliffhanger or is there more?
I guess what I mostly don't like is that it's thoroughly terrible and the worst episode of star trek compared to every single other episode or film, animated live action fanfic JJtrek or otherwise
It's pretty sexist I'll give you that, and the teleplay is worse than usual, but I can't say yet if it's worth than Spocks brain.
I thought the mind swap machine made a nice funny sound though with the theremin.
Her bolted on balloon tits are just too fake for me, and I'm not one of those guys who instantly hates fake tits.
That said, the rest of her is still top grade.
>i've watched all of voyager about 4 times.
>it's a /tv/ is so desperate to stroke their egos by being contrarian they'll willingly brainwash themselves into thinking Voyager is even remotely worth watching, let alone good, just to try and rustle the people who watch the actual decent Trek series thread