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Your favorite Star Trek series...in order

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 6:52 AM

OPPYH


Ok, here is my list for favorite Trek shows:

5. DS9-arguably the best Star Trek series by some. I admit it is the most "sci-Fi" of all the Treks. I like it, I just like the traditional Trek shows better.

4. Voyager-Great show. The first 3 seasons are fantastic, unfortunately it does run out of steam. By the time the 7th season hit, this show was running on fumes.

3. Enterprise-Even with the cumbersome Xindi story arc I still like this show a whole lot. It's a shame we didn't get a seasn 5.

2. The Next Generation-Fantastic series. This series got me hooked on Trek forever. Season 7(and most of 6) was less than stellar though.

1. Original series-Absolutely perfect sci-fi. A lot of people frown on season 3 because of the budget reductions. Oddly enough I thought it was the strongest season.
/The Animated series(1973)-I rate this right along with the original show. All the original voice talent, and great stories. Picked it up at Wal-Mart for $14.96 Man, that's a good price for such a great show.

Any other Trekkies want to rate your favorites?


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Sunday, August 16, 2009 7:21 AM

CYBERSNARK


I maintain that Trek works better in prose than it ever could on screen.

1. Deep Space Nine (Of all the places/times science fiction has shown me, that gloomy Cardassian-built station is the one that most feels like "home" --sorry, Serenity. Especially once the "friendly [for now]" Jem'Hadar showed up.)

2. Starfleet Corps of Engineers (A crew of dedicated engineers and scientists [written by folks who know their engineering and science], bouncing around the galaxy, stepping in to clean up the mess after the shiny, clean, famous starships have sailed away. Plus, Fabian/Korsi is basically Wash/Zoe in Starfleet.)

3. Enterprise (T'Pol remains my favourite on-screen Trek character.)

4. New Frontier (Written by Peter David, who is probably the closest Star Trek will ever get to Joss. Captain Calhoun is a bit more deadpan than Mal, but they'd be two peas in a pod.)

5. I.K.S. Gorkon/Klingon Empire (Whatever the title is this month, these are the guys that make me want to ship out with the Klingons. Wacky fun.)

6. Titan (Especially Christopher Bennett's books --Star Trek written by people who actually know their science and do the research! Plus, Torvig is the new Data.)

7. Voyager (A lot of flaws, but it tried, and it gave us some of the best effects in all of Trek. And now, after Full Circle, it looks like it's about to get even bigger.)

8. TNG (The one I grew up with. The post-Nemesis novels have just given us a new crew that's every bit as compelling and dynamic as the ones we used to know. And I'm in love with T'Ryssa Chen.)

9. Abramsverse (Looks like fun, though I'm a bit burned out on alternate universes.)

10. TOS/TAS (Brilliant for its time, but hobbled by its medium.)

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 7:52 AM

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 8:24 AM

FLATTOP


I don't know that I've ever seen all of the episodes of any of the Trek series. Huh. Well, from favorite series to least favorite, here they are:











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Sunday, August 16, 2009 9:43 AM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


I'm not going to get into specifics about what I like or don't like about the various series, I'm just going to rate them.

1. Original Series
2. DS9
3. TNG
4. Voyager
5. Enterprise

It's possible I might be persuaded to admit that DS9 is superior to TOS, but I'm sort of sentimental about that one since it started it all and I was there at the beginning.



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Sunday, August 16, 2009 11:30 AM

ADMIRALDIGBY


TOS ( it started it all )
DS9 - politics , religion , multi-season arcs and incredible character growth .
Next Gen - while at times beyond lame , some eps are simply brilliant
Voyager - largely meh , but Seven of Nine is a treasure equal to Data
Enterprise - misfire on so many levels which was a shame as the cast was very good

Of course the new film kicked serious ass and I look forward to more from the "new" crew .

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 11:38 AM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


Admiral, we were in complete agreement up until that last sentence. Hated JJ's Trek, and I rarely use the hate word for something as inconsequential as a movie.



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Sunday, August 16, 2009 12:19 PM

NIKI2

Gettin' old, but still a hippie at heart...


Voyager
TNG
TOS
DS9
Enterprise. I would have to agree with Digby "misfire on so many levels which was a shame as the cast was very good"

Saw little of Enterprise so that may be unfair, but it didn't "catch" me, just as Dollhouse didn't, so I didn't pursue it. But I thought Voyager was excellent and I didn't much care for DS9.

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 12:28 PM

KWICKO

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." -- William Casey, Reagan's presidential campaign manager & CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)


1. Original series.


That's it. It's the only one that matters.

Oh, okay, I'll play along, even though I didn't watch the others regularly.

2. The Next Generation.

3. Deep Space Nine.

4. Voyager.

That's the only ones I've ever watched. And apparently, that's a good thing.

Mike


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Sunday, August 16, 2009 12:49 PM

MANGOLO


1. TOS - You gotta give props where props are due. There was nothing even close to it for its time.

2. TNG - The series that gave us Picard and Data - 'nuf said

3. DS9 - Best for over all arc of a story - some say that this was because they were copying JMS' B5. Regardless, we all benefitted.

4. Enterprise / Voyager - tie. I won't go into the reasons in depth, but seemed to each have a few good characters set in stories that are more often flawed than engaging.

In general the series, in each new incarnation, began to take itself more and more seriously. As it did, I gave it less and less slack for sloppy story structure and campiness. It is amazing the power of a laugh!

And to illustrate my point - Captain Picard sings the Alphabet song






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Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:08 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Kwicko:
1. Original series.


That's it. It's the only one that matters.

Funny, Bruce Campbell said the same thing in an interview. But TOS is my pick for #1.

2. The Next Generation.

3. Deep Space Nine (although I *liked* Voyager more, I do realize this is the superiour product).

4. Voyager.

5. Enter The Prise (was that the title?).




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Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:16 PM

OPPYH


Quote:

Originally posted by chrisisall:

5. Enter The Prise (was that the title?).




Ouch. Enterprise gets a bad rap. It went back to the exploration roots of the original Trek...is that so wrong?

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:24 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by OPPYH:
Enterprise gets a bad rap. It went back to the exploration roots of the original Trek...is that so wrong?

No, but it just seemed out of place because of design continuity issues & alien species contact/interaction to me.


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Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:29 PM

OPPYH


I agree. The Borg episode, and the Klingon origin story were totally uncalled for. There were quite a few more ill-conceived ideas that fell flat. I just kind of smiled, ignored them, and moved on.

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Sunday, August 16, 2009 8:50 PM

TRAVELER



The original. Not just great plot line, but with their budget they did a fine job of special effects.


Enterprise. I enjoyed the first two seasons. The drama was better, because the captain didn't just say "Make it so," and the problem was solved.


The Next Generation. I felt a lot of their problems were dealt with by a lot of techno babel.
But they would suddenly come up with a great story when they left technology behind and delt with more personal conflicts.


Voyager. Very much the same as The Next Generation. Leave the techno babel alone and stick with human nature and you had an excellent episode.


Deep Space Nine. It started out great and then went into so many directions. I guess that is what happens when you park in front of a wormhole.
I think it was a wormhole.


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Monday, August 17, 2009 1:39 AM

JONGSSTRAW


Pretty much like them in the order they came out :

1. Original Series - favorites are City On The Edge Of Forever; Bread And Circuses
2. Next Generation - favorites are The Inner Light; All Good Things
3. Deep Space Nine - favorite is Through The Looking Glass-Shatterred Mirror arc.
4. Voyager - favorites are Year Of Hell; End Game
5. Enterprise....I liked Season 3's story arc and Season 4's Through A Mirror Darkly is maybe the single best episode of any of them.
6. The Animated Series (1973-1974) I really like most of these, especially How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth, and Beyond The Farthest Star.

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Monday, August 17, 2009 3:08 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Jongsstraw:
Bread And Circuses

"If they refuse to move on cue, screw them!"




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Monday, August 17, 2009 4:00 AM

GWEK


1-Deep Space Nine. Great range of characters, interesting stories, and as close as you can get to NON-Star Trek in a Star Trek series. (I'm a Star Wars/Firefly fan; my interest in any Trek is only to fill the time while waiting for better sci fi).

2-Enterprise. A bit too "nice" at times, but again, a solid cast, and many excellent story ideas. As a non-Trek fan, the continuity details don't trouble me, but I can see how they'd be bothersome to others. Personally, I think Enterprise gets a really but rap, especially the final season, which (except for the terrifyingly bad finale) was generally quite excellent.

3-Next Generation. So many enjoyable episodes... but so many other episodes that just seem to be the same story over and over again. The saving graces of the series, to me, are anything with Picard and Q arguing, and anything with Riker and Worf running amok shooting things. (So kudos for capturing both cerebral and shoot-'em-up action). On the downside, I think it was too forumlaic.

4-The Original Series. I give a lot of credit to this old buzzard for changing the way we view science fiction, but it's dated, and even at it's best, it's cheesy to the point of laughable. Often better as a drinking game than as a show.

5-Voyager. Despite being a non-Trek fan, I managed to watch all the other shows at various points (DS9, I think, was the only one I watched from beginning to end), but I could not accomplish that feat with Voyager. And I kept trying. Every season, sometimes twice a season, I'd tune in and try to get into it, but it never worked. On the surface, the concept seems compelling, the HoloDoc was cool, and of course there's 7-of-9... but the product as a whole: oh-so-meh.

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Monday, August 17, 2009 7:20 AM

MACBAKER


1. Star Trek: TOS. The original is where it all started, and has always had the best characters.

2. Deep Space Nine. The series that TPTB ignored. Which is why it often had the darkest stories, and was certainly the most character driven. It also had a huge ensemble cast.

3. Star Trek: TNG. Proof lightning can strike twice. Started rough, but overall the most constantly good series of the franchise.

4. Enterprise. Overall, this series was a disappointment. The show just felt like more of the same. Like Voyager before it, it was another example of Star Trek taking itself too seriously, and forgetting exploration should be fun too! The last season saved the show from being a total write off. The last episode was horrible though!

5. Voyager. A total clunker. I loved that a Star Trek series finally had a female captain, but it's such a shame she commanded such a dull crew. The cast was the worst of any series. The stories were even more disappointing. This series and Enterprise, represent everything that went wrong with Star Trek. Dark sets, stand alone stories, and the same old formula that was sucking the life out of the fanbase!

I'd given some thought to movin' off the edge -- not an ideal location -- thinkin' a place in the middle.

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Monday, August 17, 2009 9:41 AM

OPPYH


I forgot to give props to Voyager.

The only Trek series to star Sarah Silverman in a 2 parter. The greatest comedian(female or otherwise) of our time.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 10:41 AM

IMNOTHERE


Quote:

Originally posted by OPPYH:
I agree. The Borg episode, and the Klingon origin story were totally uncalled for. There were quite a few more ill-conceived ideas that fell flat. I just kind of smiled, ignored them, and moved on.



Ho, hum: there is no continuity problem in Enterprise - the whole series takes place in a slightly modified time line resulting from the events of First Contact in which Cochrane and his assistant got a good look at TNG-era technology and a glimpse of a Human-dominated Federation, which could be why humanity has got a bit "ahead of itself" and is strafing against Vulcan's patronage.

The "Borg" episode, in particular, involved the Borg sphere that will have been going to crashed (ugh: I need Dr Dan Streetmentioner!) in the film.

I'd agree with you on the Klingon one though: trying to elaborate on a one-liner joke in a comedy episode of DS9 is a bad idea.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 11:41 AM

STORYMARK


This is easy for me:

1: DS9 - Far and away the best writing of the entire franchise. Starts a bit slow, but gets great.

2: TNG - A classic of my childhood. A little cheesy in places, but still a lot of fun overall.

3: TOS - Was never a big fan of it, but recently picked up the remastered first season on BluRay, and have enjoyed it a great deal.

4: Enterprise - A good cast, and some really great episodes near the end, but it never really fiound it's footing or voice. Too much of a re-tread of what came before.

5: Voyager - I kept trying with this. I wanted to like it. But I couldn't. Every time I tried to watch, I felt like I'd wasted an hour. Blech, in a word.

Never watched the Animated series.

"I thoroughly disapprove of duels. If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand and lead him to a quiet place and kill him."

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 11:44 AM

STORYMARK


Quote:

Originally posted by ImNotHere:
Quote:

Originally posted by OPPYH:
I agree. The Borg episode, and the Klingon origin story were totally uncalled for. There were quite a few more ill-conceived ideas that fell flat. I just kind of smiled, ignored them, and moved on.



Ho, hum: there is no continuity problem in Enterprise - the whole series takes place in a slightly modified time line resulting from the events of First Contact in which Cochrane and his assistant got a good look at TNG-era technology and a glimpse of a Human-dominated Federation, which could be why humanity has got a bit "ahead of itself" and is strafing against Vulcan's patronage.




This is fan rationalization, and has never been officially stated.

"I thoroughly disapprove of duels. If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand and lead him to a quiet place and kill him."

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 12:48 PM

CYBERSNARK


'Cause, really, it doesn't need to be.

There is NOTHING in Enterprise that rules out TOS.

The Borg? An UNIDENTIFIED techno-plague that provoked a shipful of victims to send a beacon message into deep space.

The Ferengi? A crew of pirates from an UNIDENTIFIED race, who were never heard from again.

Hell, if they hadn't explained the Klingons, it would've ruled out TOS. And the genengineered virus angle was speculated on (by fans) as far back as the late 1980s (the only catch being that we'd seen no evidence that Klingon genetic technology was that advanced --which was resolved right off in "Broken Bow" when a Klingon messenger was carrying sensitive data encoded in his DNA).

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 12:57 PM

LWAVES


Late to the party as usual. So here's my picks:

1. The Original Series
The best characters. Plus without this none of the others would have followed.

2. Deep Space Nine
I really liked this although I didn't join until the late second season. I liked the darker tone and the fact that it wasn't another exploration show. Plus Garak is a fave character of mine and I have a soft spot for Ezri Dax from the final season.

3. Yoyager
This show had it's moments, on occasion, with IMO some good cliffhangers plus it featured the Borg sometimes. Tom Paris had a good arc and of course we get the excellent EMH.

4. Enterprise
Had this not been a Trek show it might have been better (with some changes). But it basically re-trod other episodes and sometimes brought in technology that we knew would appear later (in earlier series) like the holodecks. I'm not one that demands that everything stick to canon lore but why did they have to invent another Enterprise. They should have called it something else and not screw with the timeline. I liked the Doc in this show too plus Dominic Keating (Malcolm Reed) was born in my home county and you gotta give credit to the local folks.

5. The Next Generation
I just couldn't get into this show. And I tried. Patrick Stewart was great, Data was great. But I just felt it was too boring. Too clinical. And forgive me for saying this if you are fans but Riker and Troi are the worst 'on/off' couple ever. Plus neither of the actors playing them could act. It would have been a blessing for them to have been involved in a transporter accident in the first episode. Must give kudos though for introducing the Borg.



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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 1:07 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by lwaves:
But I just felt it was too boring. Too clinical.

I agree it had it's share of "meh" eps, but then so did Voyager IMO.


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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 8:34 AM

LWAVES


Quote:

Originally posted by chrisisall:
Quote:

Originally posted by lwaves:
But I just felt it was too boring. Too clinical.

I agree it had it's share of "meh" eps, but then so did Voyager IMO.

The laughing Chrisisall



I agree that Voyager suffered that problem as well, in some ways in was TNG but with the crew travelling the other the other way. Overall Voyager just sat better with me, I felt that it had something that TNG didn't. I usually looked forward to watching Voyager whereas TNG became a bit of a chore and that's why I've never seen too many, most of them have been through late night repeats.
I also felt that Voyager's crew had a slightly better feeling of family about them. TNG's seemed forced too much or not even there some of the time.



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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 11:35 AM

STORYMARK


I still can't believe people like Voyager.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 3:25 PM

JAMERON4EVA


Quote:

Originally posted by Kwicko:
1. Original series.


That's it. It's the only one that matters.

Oh, okay, I'll play along, even though I didn't watch the others regularly.

2. The Next Generation.

3. Deep Space Nine.

4. Voyager.

That's the only ones I've ever watched. And apparently, that's a good thing.

Mike





Do you need some viagra? Because apperantly you can't get it up.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 3:30 PM

JAMERON4EVA


VOYAGER - PARIS/TORRES 'NUFF SAID

TNG - BORN DURING IT'S RUN, INTROED ME INTO STAR TREK

TOS - ORIGINAL CREW, 'NUFF SAID

ENT. - FIRST WARP 5 SHIP, KLINGONS STILL BAD GUYS, TEMPORAL WAR!!!!!!!!!

DS9 - SUCKED LIKE CRAP, NOT EVEN ON A SHIP, THEY WHERE LAND LUBBERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 3:40 PM

EVILDINOSAUR


1. Voyager, it was the first trek I really got into, I loved the characters of the Doctor and 7 of 9. The crew just seemed very unique

2. DS9, It looked pretty good, I only ever saw it out of order, maybe someday I'll go back and try to see it all in order, I'm sure it's better that way.

3. TNG, lots of not so great stuff but also lots of great stuff. First Contact is by far my favorite of the trek movies. Data is also a great character.

4. Enterprise, I tried to get into this, I was looking for something to replace Voyager when it ended, but this just didn't do it for me. I've seen some episodes in reruns and some of them aren't bad, I especially enjoyed the very end of the finale, tying all the enterprises together, that was pretty cool.

5. Original, just because I've never actually seen it I can't really place it anywhere. It's on my "maybe someday I'll get to it" list.

"Haha, mine is an evil laugh."

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 6:14 PM

KWICKO

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." -- William Casey, Reagan's presidential campaign manager & CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)


Quote:

Originally posted by jameron4eva:
Quote:

Originally posted by Kwicko:
1. Original series.


That's it. It's the only one that matters.

Oh, okay, I'll play along, even though I didn't watch the others regularly.

2. The Next Generation.

3. Deep Space Nine.

4. Voyager.

That's the only ones I've ever watched. And apparently, that's a good thing.

Mike





Do you need some viagra? Because apperantly you can't get it up.



Are you looking at my dick? Sorry, dude, I'm straight. Can't help ya.

And yeah, I *can* get it up, and I *have* had sex with a real woman, which is why I didn't have time to watch a whole helluva lot of Star Trek series... But don't worry - the first time you actually see a real vagina, you'll be tossing that Stormtrooper cookie jar right out the window!

(Oh looky - I've got another internet stalker! I must be making new friends. Jameron, will you be my very bestest facey-page freindster?)

Mike


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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 6:46 PM

JILLIAN8020


The original series. Period. (Which means, when translated, "That is all.")

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Thursday, August 20, 2009 12:32 PM

JAMERON4EVA


Quote:

Originally posted by Kwicko:
Quote:

Originally posted by jameron4eva:
Quote:

Originally posted by Kwicko:
1. Original series.


That's it. It's the only one that matters.

Oh, okay, I'll play along, even though I didn't watch the others regularly.

2. The Next Generation.

3. Deep Space Nine.

4. Voyager.

That's the only ones I've ever watched. And apparently, that's a good thing.

Mike





Do you need some viagra? Because apperantly you can't get it up.



Are you looking at my dick? Sorry, dude, I'm straight. Can't help ya.

And yeah, I *can* get it up, and I *have* had sex with a real woman, which is why I didn't have time to watch a whole helluva lot of Star Trek series... But don't worry - the first time you actually see a real vagina, you'll be tossing that Stormtrooper cookie jar right out the window!

(Oh looky - I've got another internet stalker! I must be making new friends. Jameron, will you be my very bestest facey-page freindster?)

Mike




Dude!!!!!!!! i'm not gay, i happen to have seen plenty of sexy chicks. And i don't have a stormtrooper cockie jar, i don't even want one, all i want is my computer, food, A JOB!!!!! (Which i have), oh and to get this last year of high school out of the way. And by the way, my dead made mw say it, seriously he twisted my arm, but i got him back by hiding his glasses.

But seroiusly, i like girls, and i'm niot a stalker, i have a life, and i have morals. I actually think that stalkers are idiots who deserve to be treated like rapists, gosh i hate stalkers, they make guys into a striotype ya know?

But i was wondering, who out of celebs would you go out with?

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