|Star Trek: The Episode Guide
|The LED Museum has made the following reviews:|
|Star Trek: The Next Generation #125: The Inner Light||Reviewed on 07 Sep 2007 22:15:10|
|This is, by far, the best episode in the entire Star Trek franchise - even beating out "The Best of Both Worlds I" and "Thine Own Self". The fact that Picard lives much of a lifetime on Kataan in just 20 or 25 minutes is no less than fantastic, and it's done well enough that you almost forget that he's captain of good 'ol NCC-1701D.
I agree wholeheartedly with Dark Materia on this one: if you don't find this episode to your liking, there's probably something very, very wrong with you.
|Star Trek: The Next Generation #110: New Ground||Reviewed on 23 Aug 2007 19:36:33|
|I kind of disagree with Dark Materia on this one.
The subplot about the Soliton wave is not boring at all; it's kind of cool actually...think about it...warp drive without those bulky warp engines or those messy dilithium crystals. But what can go wrong with the Soliton wave does go wrong, and of course, it's up to the Enterprise to fix it.
True, this episode is not "the bomb" as they say, but it's not terribly boring either.
|Star Trek: The Next Generation #018: Home Soil||Reviewed on 19 Sep 2006 01:06:04|
|"Ugly...UGLY giant bags of mostly water"...gotta love that.
One of the better episodes of the series. Not EXCELLENT mind you, but VERY good!!! :D
|Star Trek: The Next Generation #011: Haven||Reviewed on 16 Sep 2006 02:04:47|
|The best part of this episode is when the group is eating dinner and arguing mildly, then Troi storms off, then shortly thereafter Data says, "Could you please continue the petty bickering? I find it most intriguing".|
|Star Trek: The Next Generation #168: Thine Own Self||Reviewed on 06 Sep 2006 02:46:43|
|Brent Spiner acts his toliet muscle off playing Jayden.
This episode easily rates up near the top...possibly eclipsed - and just barely so - by the episode "The Inner Light". I really like "Thine Own Self".
|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #005: Babel||Reviewed on 21 Aug 2006 22:53:58|
|This is the episode where we can see how much Odo and Quark love each other (cough, sputter, sound of a wall-mounted porcelain urinator flushing) ;)
In my opinion, one of the better episodes of season 1.
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