Maybe this http://en.memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Production_timeline
it's even funnier if you look closely and see how the part between his eyebrows twitches upwards while smiling like "worfy, you can't do shit about it, I'm sorry... wait, I'm not, lel"
>Deep Space Nine
Pretty Good Tier:
Underrated as Fuck Tier:
100% Certified Crazy Tier
>Everyone Else Except
Elder God Tier:
>Dominion War and all of its subplots
>Voyager Seven of Nine
>Enterprise Romulan War
>Any Story Involving The Doctor
>Enterprise Alternate Universe
>Deep Space Nine Alternate Universe
>Klingon War/Civil War during the Dominion War
>The Best of Both Worlds
The Rest Tier:
>Everything Else Except
Time Travel/Dumb Shit Tier:
>Enterprise Season 2
ma new ringtone. btw i am searching for the name of an episode where the enterprise is like a labyrinth and has two bridges at a point and worf is getting totally confused etc. anyone?
I swear those turbolifts changed size depending on the episode. Look at that thing! Looks like you could put 20 people in that thing, and then other times it seemed to barely hold 3 people.
>Dumb Shit Tier:
>Any Alexander Rozhenko
Seriously, as a child charachter, he was more annoying then Wesley. Then they reintroduce him for one or two during the Dominion War, and it turns out he's now an angsty teenwho's more annoying than Wesley.
>Nero causes Starfleet to have its Wolf 359 early
>Sec31 makes USS Prometheus equivalent in short work
>Gets destroyed, everyone preaches peace
>Back to square one
On topic, wish Blip hadn't died, or I would make some SFDebris Webms.
>too young to see TNG when came out
>watched all on TNN
>too old for most to know what TNN was / is now
There are onions burning on the stove
The refrigerator door is wide open
I'm going to be late to work
I can't stop
Staring at the screen
My girlfriend left weeks ago
She found a new man
Who did other things, besides watch TNG clip remixes all day
But I don't care
I can't stop
Staring at the screen
Actually, it was possible in the original series. It wasn't until the first motion picture where they came up with the "you can't use the phasers at warp" rule. Decker mentions it has something to do with the way the power flows through the new engine design (event starts around 39:30 with explanation about 43:00). They do away with this "flaw" by the time Voyager comes around, but the Enterprise-D never does this either.
Torpedoes are fine, apparently. They fire those all the time at warp.
they both had a pretty weak season 1 and a weak final season.
Wasted potential right from the getgo
>Enterprise at least for seasons 3 and 4. Most fans had checked out and didn't watch that far.
Characters from Enterprise don't approach God Tier but Phlox was my favorite just because he was so fucking happy to be in space and have his zoo along with being the best actor on the show.
I know it's not this webm, but Picard's breakdown in the mud after fighting with his brother after being deborged still hits me right in the feels. It's such a stupid thing when you stop to think about it ("I'm upset because space robot zombies hijacked my mind and made me blow up my friend's spaceships") but he nails it.
Worf is the tactical/weapons/security officer, it's his job to point out the most security-minded/aggressive/"safe at any cost" option for the commanders to assess. It's not his job to assume the commanders have already thought of his speciality's best option.
This is what Star Trek should have been. The only thing that doesn't make sense is the distance the other ship was capable of firing from, as subspace fields do not extend that far. The projectiles would have fallen out of warp and been torn about by the stress.
It's more like a rape victim coming to terms with the fact that they were powerless to stop the violation from happening. Neckbeards sometimes don't get why rape is bad; I refer them to that scene. They fucking nailed that shame and anger and helplessness perfectly. The guilt that you weren't able to stop it, the thought that you tried to fight, but didn't fight hard enough, couldn't fight hard enough, to make it not be happening.