Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by speedkilz88, Apr 29, 2014.
Yeah she is good too. Looks a little like Alyssa Milano.
I agree, but I think she is half klingon half human. If I was borat I would say, sexytimes!
That's Benedict Cumberbatch. I didn't realize until recently that he did the voice of Smaug for The Hobbit too.
Yep. You're right. I double checked. Don't know why I always thought she was half-Romulan.
Is preserved really the right word?
Will he be a Messianic figure or a Ming the Merciless?
I started to follow two things dear to me in 1966: the Cowboys and Star Trek.
Star Trek lost it's mojo after Deep Space Nine by resorting to having more wars and titillating males with Seven of Nine (although it worked ) Too much Trek - no new alien races. Abrams save Star Trek....we need a football Abrams.
DS9 was a bad experiment IMO they took the ST universe and tried to introduce a serial drama ALA The Young and the Restless and I thought it was a failure. Also Seven was from Voyager not DS9 and Voyager was a good show but not nearly as good as TNG.
Good question. I think he could do both really well. I'm bias as a Sydow fan. The first movie I can remember seeing him in was The Exorcist, which is still today my all-time favorite horror movie.
You're evil, Red.
She's like the #6 version of BSG.
And looking for a paycheck.
I 100% disagree. I LOVE DS9. Quarks bar is the best!
If you keep this up, I'm going to turn into Max von Sydow and throw holy water on you!
I think Seven would disassemble Six in a one-on-one fight. Hopefully, the fight would also involve mud or Jell-O. (hehe )
My opinion of Deep Space Nine is that it started off slow. However, the last few seasons involving the Federation/Dominion conflict were some of the best on television, syndicate or otherwise. One of the best lines delivered by Avery Brooks/Captain Sisko, during one of the climatic series ending episodes, with the Federation/Klingon/Romulan fleet facing certain defeat:
There's an old saying... "Fortune favors the bold." Well... I guess we're about to find out."
That's great stuff in my book.
Of all the star treks after the original...DS9 was the only one I did not care for.
Quark and Odo were the only characters I really cared to watch much.
Which was weird because I liked Worf and Chief on SNG but they did not do much for me on DS9.
Frankly it was a boring show to me and I never could get into it.
I kind of wish they would do another star trek series now. It's been a few years and they could do another one on SyfY or something.
I watch it a couple time a year, from start to finish, and I dont even bother with the Bjorian religious episodes. Quark is AWESOME, Worf and O'Brien are ok. I just love the show. But hey, you can't hate on another ST lover, even if they don't like the same shows as you do.
The sad thing about 6, or the 6 that Gaius kept having visions of, is that the revealing dress and curly bleach blonde hair was worst look.