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I just picked it up today and watched the first five shows before I had to go to work. I remimber when they where on Nicalodian so many years ago. Anyone else seen these?

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A little. I remember there was no Uhura or Checkov. I remember one With Adm April and one that reminded me of an RPG game. And the return of tribbles.

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I remember when it debuted on television, yes it was that long-ago. Shocked I recently rented disc 1 from Netflix, and some of episode were actually pretty good. Uhura taking command of the Enterprise and Spock traveling back in time visiting himself as a child are some of the good ones.

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rayman wrote:
I remember when it debuted on television, yes it was that long-ago. Shocked I recently rented disc 1 from Netflix, and some of episode were actually pretty good. Uhura taking command of the Enterprise and Spock traveling back in time visiting himself as a child are some of the good ones.



I watched it when it originally aired on NBC as well and have fond memories of the show. I am hoping I get this for Xmas.

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rayman wrote:
I remember when it debuted on television, yes it was that long-ago. Shocked I recently rented disc 1 from Netflix, and some of episode were actually pretty good. Uhura taking command of the Enterprise and Spock traveling back in time visiting himself as a child are some of the good ones.



I watched it when it originally aired on NBC as well and have fond memories of the show. I am hoping I get this for Xmas.

Patrick
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"A life lived without passion is a life not lived.


OK and I thought I was old remimbering the repeats on Nic, but heck if you can remimber them first showing you have me beet. Razz It's fun watching them in order and not having to catch them on TV and hope beyound hope that there not canceled. DVD's got to love them.

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fringey wrote:
rayman wrote:
I remember when it debuted on television, yes it was that long-ago. Shocked I recently rented disc 1 from Netflix, and some of episode were actually pretty good. Uhura taking command of the Enterprise and Spock traveling back in time visiting himself as a child are some of the good ones.



I watched it when it originally aired on NBC as well and have fond memories of the show. I am hoping I get this for Xmas.

Patrick
a.k.a. Fringey, The Fringe Element
"A life lived without passion is a life not lived.


OK and I thought I was old remimbering the repeats on Nic, but heck if you can remimber them first showing you have me beet. Razz It's fun watching them in order and not having to catch them on TV and hope beyound hope that there not canceled. DVD's got to love them.



Andrew, I remember watching TOS when IT originally aired! I was little but I remember!

Patrick
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I found out today that there are rumblings about a possible new, online, animated Clone Wars style Trek series. More info as I find it.

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The Next Star Trek Series Should Start In The Year 2460 About 75 Years After Voyager Gets Home. The slipstream drive has now been perfected and now replaces the warp drive alltogether. Transphasic and Quantum torpedos are the standard weapons on every starship not to mention shields that are twice as powerful then backed up by that abladive armor. Although Janeway took what seemed a fairly EASY trip back through time even though it was one way I don't think time travel should be a perfected technology like it is in the 29th century just yet. Although I think transporters themselves should now evolve to basically operate like a slipstream. The Enterprise has always been at the forefront of each time period {not series mind you} so based on them going through about 3 or 4 enterprises each century I would say we would have a brand new Enterprsie G just being built. The Romulans and cardassians will now be members of the federation by now. Captain Sisko {just ten years removed from the prophets and still looking young} and Vice Admiral Janeway retired and old will be at the ribbon cutting ceremony dedicating the first official Slipstream drive starship. The alpha quandrant all except the outer edge has been mapped and it is now time to explore the entire milky way galaxy. Beyond that it may still be unreachable for now due to slipstream being hard to map outside of any galaxy for some technical reason. After sisko was released the wormhole to the Gamma quadrant was closed. So missions will be to explore the rest of the beta gamma and delta quadrants and revisit some old areas. Like say the delta quadrant Borg have all either been unassimilated or destroyed by species 8472 and the beta quadrant borg are now being freed by a joint effort from Federation and other alliances in an effort to once and for all end the Borg threat to the Milky Way galaxy. The entire milky way galaxy can now be travelled from one end to another 100,000 light years in one months time exactly so the entire galaxy is the federations playground. Most missions will be to the large parts of unexplored beta and gamma quadrants. The new ship should have perhaps a Romulan LT JG assistant chief engineer who maybe was the first romulan to graduate from starfleet academy he has served three years on a starbase closed to earth as an Ensign and has a perfect duty record thus getting the enterpise G post. Maybe we could see a Cardassian enlisted crewmen as well as a few Ferengi. Admiral Nog will also be at the ribbon cutting ceremony having served as first officer of the Enterprise F for many years. The slipstream drive can have maybe four factors of speed. But the enterprise can only achieve slipstream factor 3 with factor 4 being the holy grail similar to what warp ten used to be


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