As you can see in the above image, Words with Friends denies the very existence of the Borg, proving once and for all that resistance is NOT, in fact, futile.
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I thought I’d seen it all last year when ‘Captain Picard sings, “Let it Snow”‘ hit this thing called YouTube, but this – this is something else entirely. It’s so tragically beautiful! I don’t know what Patrick Stewart did to deserve this, but he’s a bigger man than I. Well done, Captain. Well done. Read the rest of this entry
I know, I post about Star Trek (especially Star Trek: The Next Generation) way too much, but hey, I dig me some Trek! Today, I’m checking out TheCollectionary.com’s Star Trek options, and I must say, they have an impressive selection. This kick butt tricorder caught my eye, but… y’know, sixteen hundred bucks! I’m sure they have many reasonably priced items, but it’s a fun site to check out even if you’re just virtual window shopping.
My day got off to a rotten start, but this video turned it all around for me. Star Trek The Next Generation is one of those things of which I’ll never get tired, and jamescovenant‘s TNG/Let it Snow/Make it so mash-up is just what the doctor ordered. Fantastic stuff – I’m subscribing to this guy’s channel just based on this one video. That might be the lamest sentence ever, but if you’re big on YouTube, you know what I’m talking about. Anyway, subscribe – MAKE IT SO!
You can tell you’ve done a good job decorating your Christmas tree when you have both Star Trek The Next Generation and Pride & Prejudice represented. (FYI: I’ve also got Captain America, Superman, some Star Wars stuff…)
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I love me some TNG. I’ve written about my favorite episodes from specific seasons, the episodes I found the most memorable, but today is something different. Today, I’ll be talking about the episode that just… bwah! I shudder at the prospect. Today, let’s look at the most disturbing episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation: “Violations” from season 5. Read the rest of this entry
I’ve written several posts about one of my favorite shows of all time, Star Trek: The Next Generation, but I still have more to say. Today, I’ll examine the 5 most memorable episodes of the series. When I say “memorable,” I’m referring to episodes that stick out in my mind for any particular reason – not because they’re good or bad, but just because they got my attention. Here we are, in no particular order… no wait, I’ll do them in order of appearance. Let’s do this! Read the rest of this entry
We’ve finally arrived at the end of the road – the last Star Trek The Next Generation season list. Here in season 7, some of the best episodes of the series show up, so it’s good times all around! Sort of… Read the rest of this entry
I already talked about “Time’s Arrow” in my TNG Season 5 post, so that’s why it doesn’t appear here – but those two episodes are so good, I didn’t want anyone to think I was leaving them off the list intentionally! And here’s something I did unintentionally on this list – I dropped a bunch of quotes from episodes. I have no idea why… but enough of my yackin’ – let’s boogie! Read the rest of this entry
For me, Star Trek The Next Generation really hit its stride in Season 5. This post will mention virtually every episode in the season, but there are thirteen that I prefer over the others – and I counted the two parters as single episodes. Anyway, let’s dive in!
Note: I already talked about “The Best of Both Worlds” in the TNG Season 3 post, so we’ll skip that one.
Last night, Dr. Girlfriend and I hit the local theater to see an HD presentation of Star Trek The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds, which was a two parter end of season 3 cliff hanger and the first episode of season 4. It’s 20 years old and it’s new on Blu Ray, so I assume that if you like Star Trek, you’ve seen it, but to summarize, it’s kinda the Star Trek equivalent to Who Shot J.R.? Read the rest of this entry