There are countless of characters in Star Trek. Some makes appearances in every episode, some pops in occasionally, and some you always seen in the background... Trek would not be the same without them. Today, on what would have been her 89th birthday, I would like to take a minute to remember my ultimate-all-time-favourite character in Trek history, Lwaxana Troi, Nurse Chapel, M'Ress, the ships computer... Majel Barrett Roddenberry.
Life has been quite busy recently and I was not able to continue my DS9 re-watch sadly, but miraculously I still found a way to watch a "feel-good" episode in the form of "Trials and Tribble-ations" that I have really enjoyed. I watched this episode countless of times and still one of my favourite crossover of all Star Trek... one thing however stood out to me this time.
Recently I have watched Star Trek Generations as a Saturday night program and it was great to revisit this iconic movie after a long time. I don't recall when was the the last time I watched it, but it was indeed a long time ago. Generations still holds up to it's place in my book till this day and it's one of my favourite when it comes to picking a re-watch. It has Picard, Kirk, Guinan, Klingons and a lot of amazing moments in it! The concept of the Nexus has been also introduced here that I always been fascinated by... until this time when I actually had a bit of an issue with it.
Let me guess, you have just noticed that for some reason I cannot be found on twitter any more. You might be wondering what is happening. Did I get suspended? Did I get hacked and lost everything? Well, that almost happened once believe it or not... some troll got into my account and started posting some random spam trash. Jokes and facts aside, no, I have not been hacked, I have not got suspended by the Twitter Gods per sake, it's simply just something that has been in my head for a while...
2021 has finally arrived - I know I'm a few days late with this grand announcement - but never the less Doctor Who has arrived as well with a stellar episode this New Years Day following up on the story of the Doctor and her adventures from prison to back to her Tardis and her fam. Now the much I have enjoyed the episode the much I was shocked and saddened by the rumours that the next season might be the last season with Jodie as the Doctor. I truly hope that rumour is false, fake media accounts usually ring the cloister bell way too early in these cases not to mention trying to demolish how the show is doing in the scope of things.
Well, this is going to be a hard topic to put into words for many reason. At one point it breaks my heart to realize this, but I also get a sense of relief as well getting this out of my mind and putting it out there to the world to read about. Or just that two person who will be reading it at the end... or even if no one will, at least I had a chance to sit down and think about my relation to Star Trek. Who knows, I might end up losing people because of this, but I guess that is fine... we don't have to agree on everything.
I think when it comes to Season 3 of Discovery I have been feeling a little different for some reason. I have never really been the fan of the show, yet this season makes me come around big time. That being said so far what we have seen is a "strange new world" with some familiar elements that reminds me of something I will try to put into words now. Let's talk about he 5th episode of Discovery, Die Trying.
This week Discovery returned with a strong episode titled "Forget Me Not" that is certainly an episode to talk about for many reason. We have a crew that deals with isolation and loss, a member of the crew who is dealing with finding herself and a captain who is trying to be morally uplifting using a machine. It's an episode that is not necessarily going to be my favourite, but it is surely a rich one to dive into.
Welcome back to another episode review of the newest season of Star Trek Discovery. Today we are focusing on the third episode of the season, the episode titled People of Earth... for a moment I felt like I was writing an intro for a video episode review, haha. :) No, those days are behind me for a while but that never stopped me to talk about things or express my thoughts so here we are. People of Earth... let's talk about it.
The second episode of the new season certainly packed a few great and gruesome moment for our freshly arrived crew and our hero ship with many surprising moments. Far From Home is a perfect title for this episode as it does feel like the crew of Discovery has to face with this brand new world that they know nothing about yet. Dangers, surprises, personal transporters, parasitic ice and guns with torture settings. Let's see how this episode hold up against the first one.