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Old 03-02-2005, 04:10 PM   #16
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Not all of TNG was sweetness and light. They just didn't use conflict between crew members as the motive force. I found a used book up here about TNG that you should read, I'll get it too you next time I'm home.
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in my opinion st: enterprise was the worst of all the treks.

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Personally, Voyager was the worst because they twisted the star trek world into something that no longer followed it. They turned the Borg into something not to be feared, and a push over to beat. They turned a limited range spaceship into an unlimited range ship. And when the series ended they really messed up the star trek world with the ablative armor from the future. If you noticed the trek movie based on the time after that the only thing they do acknowledge of it is Janeways promotion to Admiral.

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