Space & Science Fiction Forums

forum Star Trek Star Trek (8 posts)
joined August 27, 2007
4 forum posts
homer - august 27, 2007

Star Trek

My favorite series is TNG.
I am pleased that it is being repeated on TV at the moment.
Never really watched DSN or Enterprise or the one that name escapes me at the minute.........Ah yes Yoyager.

My solar Systems: Aoim (UEH130)
joined August 27, 2007
3 forum posts
odgar - august 31, 2007

LOL yeah TNG is the best however TOS can hold it's own and most of the episodes are brilliant storywise just not graphic wise.

My solar Systems: none
joined August 30, 2007
12 forum posts
emmbee - september 1, 2007

Yeah, I'd agree as far as series one and two is concerned. But series three (Spocks Brain) No.

joined August 27, 2007
3 forum posts
odgar - september 4, 2007

By series three it wasn't very good, this was probably due to the TV company wanting it off air as it wasn't getting the viewers

My solar Systems: none
joined July 01, 2007
24 forum posts
andr0m3da - september 7, 2007

how about that grea animated series?

joined August 25, 2007
11 forum posts
arcuriandelta4 - december 22, 2007

Original Series

I prefer TOS as space was more of a frontier land and full of mystery, whereas in TNG they were never more thana few days away form the UFP, it seems. And a beige interior, what were they thinking?

My solar Systems: none
joined June 21, 2007
527 forum posts
physicsguy - may 8, 2008


The older I get, the less I think of all the Star Trek series. They just don't seem to hold up as well as some other shows did.

joined October 28, 2008
51 forum posts
ecophreek - may 3, 2011

Star Trek

just getting juicy off the front page ... Hey Joe, how about removing title posts along with the spam messages? Is it even possible?

forum Star Trek Star Trek (8 posts)

as seen on...
You may also want to check out our other web projects:
Morzino, an e-Learning community with online training software
Jamplifier, a platform that allows artists to improve their music
Some photographies used on this site are by NASA, they are in the public domain.
Sign up now, it's free!Signup
Username or E-mail Password - Forgot your password?Signup
keep me logged in
HomeInfoSolar SystemsWikiNewsfeedForumBlogCommunityStore