- Apr 26, 2008
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DS9 was the best Star Trek series.
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IMO Troi should have been fired/discharged and Guinan should have taken her job LOL. In hindsight, Troi was kinda useless.And any show that made Whoopie Goldberg watchable had to be good.
I’m 35, so it’s hardly nostalgia in my case and I would rank TOS ahead of TNG. Ofc The Next Gen. had brilliant episodes like "Chain of Command" or "Tapestry" but overall it was imo too dry and preachy. While decorations and effects in TOS are often laughable, TNG effects aged badly too. Around 2 dozens of TOS episodes were very good, however the whole show was like 6 dozens episodes so that's no so bad.If assessed objectively, rather than through the lens of Baby Boomer nostalgia, TOS had maybe a dozen solid episodes, maybe another dozen they were ok, and the rest were crap. The only thing that made it watchable was the interaction between the main three characters.
Next Gen had a mediocre first two seasons, but got steadily better and had better overall quality, despite Wesley Crusher (who largely disappeared after the first season, anyway). And any show that made Whoopie Goldberg watchable had to be good.
I did not know it existed, I will look it upHave you see the fan-made "Star Trek Continues" on YouTube? They picked up where TOS left off to complete the 3 year mission. It was actually pretty damn good. In one episode they had Lou Ferrigno play an Orion slaver, how cool is that!