Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Catch-All (SPOILERS)

NSMike wrote:

Me watching people watch Star Trek 5 because of the latest SNW:

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Do you like seeing people suffer, Mike?

He absolutely does!

I know I'm alone in this but I quite enjoy that movie.

NSMike wrote:

I know I'm alone in this but I quite enjoy that movie.

Hey I'm not gonna yuk your yum.

NSMike wrote:

I know I'm alone in this but I quite enjoy that movie.

You know, I haven't seen it in awhile, but after Serene Squall I started thinking about it. In particular I was thinking, "are there any good parts in that movie?"

I'm still working on it. I'll get back to you.

Oddrune wrote:
NSMike wrote:

I know I'm alone in this but I quite enjoy that movie.

You know, I haven't seen it in awhile, but after Serene Squall I started thinking about it. In particular I was thinking, "are there any good parts in that movie?"

I'm still working on it. I'll get back to you. :)

I realized last night that even if Shatner could have used the rock creatures instead of more footage of "God" in the final action sequence, it still wouldn't have made a lick of sense.

Interesting perspective on V
https://mygeekblasphemy.com/2016/05/...

I'm glad there is a lot of positive in this thread.

Man, Jesse James Keitel really stole the show in ep 7! So good! I hope she's back as a recurring character.

Veloxi wrote:

Hey I'm not gonna yuk your yum.

Who are you and what have you done with Veloxi?

Well, SNW has now had a Silly-Costume-Stuck-In-Fantasy-World episode. *checks box* Although I expected

Spoiler:

we wouldn't encounter grown-up Rukiya until a later episode. They went ahead and wrapped that part up immediately, but made it sound likely that she'd be back. I'm wondering if they try to make more friends and up creating one of the other omnipotent-naïve-space-dwelling entities they run into in TOS or TNG.

I'm guessing Christina Chong didn't have to do too much pretending in her scenes with the dog, since it is her IRL dog.

I loved this episode. Loved. I was worried near the end it was gonna get dark but I tried to have faith in the show, and that faith was paid off. Such a wonderful episode, and you could tell the cast were having a blast.

And despite the fact that this show isn't serialized in the Picard sense, there was this clear build-up to this episode starting from the second they introduced the medical transporter in episode 1.

Rat Boy wrote:

I'm guessing Christina Chong didn't have to do too much pretending in her scenes with the dog, since it is her IRL dog.

Update: Pretty sure I was right.

A zombie episode? Neat.