The ORIGINAL Star Trek

The grand daddy of Science Fiction as a franchise, Speculative Vision salutes the genius that is Star Trek.

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I like DS9. I would rate the quality of the series' in the order in which they were produced.

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I like ds9 to for a while they had no clue what to do, but don't tell Q because i don't want to agree with him all the time.

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I love this TV show. My favourite bits were always the Mr Spock and Dr McCoy Banter.

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Nothing can compare to the original series... the characters just clicked with each other. Next Generation had the special effects... but TOS had the compassion.
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I'm the veritable outcast here, but I actually liked the last 4 seasons of Voyager the most. At the same time, I consider the first 3 seasons of Voyager the worst 3 seasons in all of star trek. I couldn't stand the series until 7 of 9 was introduced. I found her character fascinating. When she wanted to she was legitimately badass, for example "You would make an inferior role model." or "One day the Borg will assimilate your species, when that day comes remember me" and I loved her chemistry with the Doctor. I also liked Janeway but didn't care for the rest of the cast. Neelix had his moments but I found Tom, Harry, B'Elanna, Tuvok, and especially Chakotay to be disdainfully dull. As for Star Trek as a whole however, I still percieve Spock as the single greatest character. Though Picard is my favorite captain and All Good Things from the Next Generation is my all-time favorite episode.

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