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(Badass Digest)   Here are the ten best moments in Star Trek history, a list that, for some reason, includes the 2009 Abrams bastardization and leaves out Deep Space Nine   (badassdigest.com) divider line 263
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2012-09-15 05:20:13 AM  
DS9 sucked, and everyone knows it was nothing but a cheap rip-off of Bablyon 5.
 
2012-09-15 05:25:47 AM  

cman: CavalierEternal: The 2009 reboot was great and Deep Space Nine was barely a step up from Voyager, Garza.

Its farking ON asshole

DS9 was the greatest Trek ever.

Voyager sucked, yes; and Enterprise was even worse. But, DS9, that was the saving grace of the franchise.


You are wrong about Enterprise.
 
2012-09-15 05:25:47 AM  

2words1finger: DS9 was the best, and everyone knows that Babylon 5 ripped it off.


Fixed for truth.

/suck it
 
2012-09-15 06:25:24 AM  

peterthx: 2words1finger: DS9 was the best, and everyone knows that Babylon 5 ripped it off.

Fixed for truth.

/suck it


Listen here you lying son of a B. That's a lie. It's the other way around. And if I hear this kind of nonsense ever again we're gonna have a nerd fight. A real nasty one, too. I'll have you know that DS9 ripped off B5 after B5 was pitched to Fox. Every early 90s usenet group said so! Say any different and I'll have no choice but to tell people that you think Voyager was the best Star Trek. Don't eff with me, I'll do it!

/why did this make me so angry?
//I should never go on Fark drunk
///ever...
 
2012-09-15 06:45:57 AM  

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2012-09-15 07:26:07 AM  
Trek 2009 at least finally showed the ships as capital ships. Watch, say, the battle of wolf 359; ships are buzzing around the cube, one phaser and spreads of torpedoes.

Then you get the Kelvin with actual point defense....
 
2012-09-15 07:32:39 AM  
I don't know what you guys are talking about. Some of my best moments in Star Trek history:

First season of Star Trek: Academy, 1997. The youngest astrophysics Cadet Kane in Starfleet Academy, played by Jonathan Lipnicki - who was picked on by other students for every episode in the season - especially the Wolfpack students led by Cadet Sutter played by Heath Ledger - suddenly commits suicide right in front of everyone.

Third season finale of Star Trek: Caduceus, 1992. Captain Chung of the medical research cruiser USS Elizabeth Blackwell played by James Hong reveals himself to be a Romulan deep cover agent after a series a hints to the audience all season - then takes out 3 Romulan Warbirds and rams the Blackwell into the last Warbird to save his Starfleet crew.

That one episode of Star Trek: Neutral Zone where a memetic virus infects everyone and makes the crew of Rubidium Station speak in rhyme for the whole episode and it turns out that the virus was sentient and was really a distress call from an extradimensional dying species.

The first episode of Star Trek: Farflung, thanks to the media blackout, was a mindjob as well when it was revealed that the entire crew of the Federation Starship Saratoga - and the actual premise of the entire series thereafter - were artificial intelligences created by unknown advanced aliens to study how the extinct human species worked a thousand years ago.

God, I miss those shows.
 
2012-09-15 07:40:05 AM  

TheCenturion: Trek 2009 at least finally showed the ships as capital ships. Watch, say, the battle of wolf 359; ships are buzzing around the cube, one phaser and spreads of torpedoes.

Then you get the Kelvin with actual point defense....


It sure was nice to see point defense phaser shots outside of Star Trek: Armada games.
 
2012-09-15 08:45:31 AM  

Magruda: ThatBillmanGuy: Also no worse than that one episode where a bunch of linguisticly retarded aliens decide the best way to communicate is to beam down to a planet with an invisible lightning monster and try to kill it with a knife while telling stories.

Was that the one where Picard finally figured out their language at the end after that alien died? God that was horrible.


What are you talking about? That episode was awesome. The universal translator is such an ubiquitous part of Star Trek, it was neat that they were able to tell a story about the limitations of translation. And the idea of a species that speaks entirely in allusions to their own history and culture is really clever.
 
2012-09-15 08:46:23 AM  
The list was made up of all Original Series episodes, and judging by the article's title, that's all it's supposed to be. Suby didn't even read the article before posting it with a stupid headline.
 
2012-09-15 08:54:14 AM  
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2012-09-15 08:54:17 AM  

skepticultist: What are you talking about? That episode was awesome. The universal translator is such an ubiquitous part of Star Trek, it was neat that they were able to tell a story about the limitations of translation. And the idea of a species that speaks entirely in allusions to their own history and culture is really clever.


It didn't make any sense to me though. Even if you could make an entire language based on referencing your mythology, at some point that mythology had to be written in a "regular" language. Or was that mythology also expressed on metaphor of something else? Turtles all the way down.

I find it best if they just gloss over the universal translator thing. It's a cop out plot device but without it, every alien they meet would have a language barrier and they could never get to the story.
 
2012-09-15 09:20:57 AM  

Mugato: It didn't make any sense to me though. Even if you could make an entire language based on referencing your mythology, at some point that mythology had to be written in a "regular" language. Or was that mythology also expressed on metaphor of something else? Turtles all the way down.


That bugged me too, but perhaps that culture had "lost" its root language having only used it as a booster rocket to get them to the point where they had a cultural heritage deep enough to make idiom-based communication possible - its clear that traces of that root language exist in the form of connecting words (Darmok and Jamal at Tanagra), but the construction of their language obviously doesn't allow for expressions like "You and I will hunt this monster together, and hopefully establish a sense of camaraderie from which we can build a future working relationship."
 
2012-09-15 09:27:46 AM  

Shostie
If Berman Trek gets your rocks off, then more power to ya.

You do know berman was running TNG, right
 
2012-09-15 09:30:27 AM  

OnlyM3: You do know berman was running TNG, right


People shiat on Berman and he did go off the rails towards the end (or maybe middle) there but TNG under Roddenberry was abysmal.
 
2012-09-15 09:35:46 AM  

skepticultist: Mugato: It didn't make any sense to me though. Even if you could make an entire language based on referencing your mythology, at some point that mythology had to be written in a "regular" language. Or was that mythology also expressed on metaphor of something else? Turtles all the way down.

That bugged me too, but perhaps that culture had "lost" its root language having only used it as a booster rocket to get them to the point where they had a cultural heritage deep enough to make idiom-based communication possible - its clear that traces of that root language exist in the form of connecting words (Darmok and Jamal at Tanagra), but the construction of their language obviously doesn't allow for expressions like "You and I will hunt this monster together, and hopefully establish a sense of camaraderie from which we can build a future working relationship."


This. I do like the episode, but this always nags at me when I watch it.
 
2012-09-15 10:03:03 AM  

Mugato: Walker: This was my favorite, although I might have just imagined it.
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Funny, the only time they ever beamed a torpedo into another ship was once on Voyager. No one ever did it before or since. I never understood that.


Well, presumably that would be unstoppable. Didn't they show in the new Trek that the range of transporters is limitless? Rendering starships partially useless?
 
2012-09-15 10:18:38 AM  

Mugato: OnlyM3: You do know berman was running TNG, right

People shiat on Berman and he did go off the rails towards the end (or maybe middle) there but TNG under Roddenberry was abysmal.


I don't know man. People kept saying the best TNG was S3-S6. That was the time Michael Piller was an active showrunner on TNG before he went to DS9, taking Ira Steven Behr and Ron Moore with him. While Voyager, when it began, was Berman, Brannon Braga and Jeri Taylor's project. Seems like the constant factor for quality in a majority of farkers here appears to be Michael Piller, RIP.

There was also Ron Moore's interview on IGN where he said he enjoyed his time as producer and writer on DS9 and when DS9 ended, Berman asked him to join Voyager as executive producer. He found that writers under Berman only wrote and wasn't allowed to view the shooting of episodes to talk to and get feedback from the actors and directors. He quit after one episode (Barge of the Dead, IIRC).
 
2012-09-15 10:20:01 AM  

Aarontology: Shostie: Listen, I know you grew up with DS9, but TNG is superior.

It is known.

Number of Troi episodes in DS9: 1
Number of Troi episodes in TNG: more than 1


Number of Picard episodes in DS9: 0.
Number of Picard episodes in TNG: more than 1.

TNG is best.

The Picard song
 
2012-09-15 10:31:15 AM  

Fano: Didn't they show in the new Trek that the range of transporters is limitless? Rendering starships partially useless?


I think I remember something like that. There was so much goofy shiat in the movie, I dunno.
 
2012-09-15 10:39:31 AM  

Fano: Well, presumably that would be unstoppable. Didn't they show in the new Trek that the range of transporters is limitless? Rendering starships partially useless?


...doesn't subspace communication and AI, something that has been a staple of the series since TOS, render starships and manned exploration obsolete?
 
2012-09-15 10:54:44 AM  

JohnBigBootay: I hate it when the fantasy universe people start the bullshiat about star wars ships defeating star trek universe ships. It was a galaxy long ago and far away. They didn't even have hu-mans. As far as we know the ships could be microscopic from our perspective. Plus, none of the star wars farks could shoot worth a shiat. At all. And their shields are shiat. A lone fighter destroyed an entire space station for fark's sake. The empire's forces were quite easily resisted by vegetarian teddy bears with rope and rocks and shiat. And you don't think the enterprise could defeat the whatever the fark? Please. As for Vader, who cares. He would draw Q's interest immediately and Q would have that motherfarker pissed off and wearing tights on the holodeck in two shakes of a lamb's tail. And the other Darth thingamajigs would exhaust themselves wailing on Odo with their silly flashlights... while Odo sat there reading a book as he waited a few parsecs for them to get tired.



Awesome
 
2012-09-15 11:01:05 AM  

that bosnian sniper: ...doesn't subspace communication and AI, something that has been a staple of the series since TOS, render starships and manned exploration obsolete?


Not really. You have to actually travel around and make contact with aliens and use diplomacy and shiat. You can't do that over a ham radio. And since even after all these years no one's been able to duplicate him, Data's the only real android with sentient AI (well he's dead but there's a spare). Although I guess they have sentient holograms now (The Doctor, not Tupac).
 
2012-09-15 11:32:46 AM  

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2012-09-15 11:55:19 AM  
My favorite episode was the original (uncensored version) one where Troi got drunk, took all her clothes off, and got Wesley into the holodeck, where she proceeded to teach him all there was to know about zero-gravity sex and its effects on large breasts. All the other episodes sucked donkey ass.

/Yes, I know. That's the point.
 
2012-09-15 12:07:43 PM  
I never liked Star Trek TNG. I gave up after the first episode. Apparently it got better, but man that Farpoint, or whatever it was called was pure unadulterated crap.
 
2012-09-15 12:16:26 PM  
No mention of TNG's "The Inner Light" or DS9's "The Visitor"?

/Also: There are FOUR lights.
 
2012-09-15 12:59:23 PM  
The argument about whether Kirk or Picard was the better captain can be summed up in five words and one letter. Sisko punched Q in the face.
 
2012-09-15 01:11:08 PM  
Grew up watching the original series when it was on television in the '60s and have never stopped. Have never seen a second of any of the further generations and never will.

Don't f$ck with perfection.
 
2012-09-15 01:14:42 PM  

klaatuwolf: The argument about whether Kirk or Picard was the better captain can be summed up in five words and one letter. Sisko punched Q in the face.


And Q never bothered the station again. If only Picard had realized how simple it was.
 
2012-09-15 01:47:04 PM  

Mugato: Not really. You have to actually travel around and make contact with aliens and use diplomacy and shiat. You can't do that over a ham radio. And since even after all these years no one's been able to duplicate him, Data's the only real android with sentient AI (well he's dead but there's a spare). Although I guess they have sentient holograms now (The Doctor, not Tupac).


Yes, and that doesn't change or really affect my point. When and if unmanned probes find something interesting, you can send a ship with a manned crew. It's still cheaper, safer, more efficient and faster.
 
2012-09-15 02:19:45 PM  

Magruda: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Magruda: sprechen sie deutsch serr klien

Was zum Teufel lese ich? 

I did say serr klien


that's like saying I speak verr ltiile english
 
2012-09-15 03:20:31 PM  

jmr61: Grew up watching the original series when it was on television in the '60s and have never stopped. Have never seen a second of any of the further generations and never will.

Don't f$ck with perfection.


*snort* "Perfection" meaning a jealous ex-lover stealing Kirk's body, planets of Nazis and mobsters and Romans, Kirk speechifying from an exact alien copy of the US Constitution on a pre-Industrial Revolution world, the "This is Halloween" planet, half of the planets they find being controlled by a supercomputer that Kirk shoots and leaves the planet in chaos, and "Spock's Brain"?
 
2012-09-15 03:50:10 PM  
My vote:
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Devolved Worf in pure bloodlust rage chasing rodent-Picard and stoic Data.
 
2012-09-15 04:31:12 PM  

NeoCortex42: klaatuwolf: The argument about whether Kirk or Picard was the better captain can be summed up in five words and one letter. Sisko punched Q in the face.

And Q never bothered the station again. If only Picard had realized how simple it was.


The Q character never made any sense. He's not all seeing, he's definitely all knowing. No omnipotent creature could possibly be constantly surprised at everything the puny humans do. Sisko recognized how poorly written the character was and just knocked him the fark out.
 
2012-09-15 04:58:58 PM  

Mugato: NeoCortex42: klaatuwolf: The argument about whether Kirk or Picard was the better captain can be summed up in five words and one letter. Sisko punched Q in the face.

And Q never bothered the station again. If only Picard had realized how simple it was.

The Q character never made any sense. He's not all seeing, he's definitely all knowing. No omnipotent creature could possibly be constantly surprised at everything the puny humans do. Sisko recognized how poorly written the character was and just knocked him the fark out.


Q was a case of Depending On The Writer. Watch all of his episodes in the three series and you'll see how he constantly flip-flops between all-powerful judgmental asshole, giggling fanboy of Picard's, and mischievous Puck-style goofball. To say nothing of his behavior in Voyager.
 
2012-09-15 05:03:40 PM  

CavalierEternal: The 2009 reboot was great and Deep Space Nine was barely a step up from Voyager, Garza.


YOU LIE!!

DS9 was the second best "new" series. Beats ST:V and ST:E, but falls to ST:TNG as a reason to love ST again

/nerd rage off
 
2012-09-15 05:13:54 PM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: Q was a case of Depending On The Writer. Watch all of his episodes in the three series and you'll see how he constantly flip-flops between all-powerful judgmental asshole, giggling fanboy of Picard's, and mischievous Puck-style goofball. To say nothing of his behavior in Voyager.


I've been re-visiting Voyager for the first time since they originally aired on Netflix and after exhausting all the interesting Seven of Nine episodes, I resorted to some of the earlier ones and the Q episodes really REALLY suck in V'ger. I mean horrible writing.

But even when he was a supposed bad ass, when he put humanity on trial, his actions still weren't those of an omnipotent being who by definition of that word, knew everything that was around the corner and certainly couldn't be surprised by anything an amoeba like Picard could throw at him.

The closest the character came to actually living up to what he was supposed to be was in the episode where PIcard dies and Q lets him undo the event that caused him to die. Undoing that event farked up Picard's life and Q seemed to already know that. It was the only episode where he actually acted like an omnipotent being.

But if the writers of the Bible can't make an omnipotent being make any sense, what chance did Rick Berman's writing staff have?
 
2012-09-15 05:22:18 PM  

Mugato: Keizer_Ghidorah: Q was a case of Depending On The Writer. Watch all of his episodes in the three series and you'll see how he constantly flip-flops between all-powerful judgmental asshole, giggling fanboy of Picard's, and mischievous Puck-style goofball. To say nothing of his behavior in Voyager.

I've been re-visiting Voyager for the first time since they originally aired on Netflix and after exhausting all the interesting Seven of Nine episodes, I resorted to some of the earlier ones and the Q episodes really REALLY suck in V'ger. I mean horrible writing.

But even when he was a supposed bad ass, when he put humanity on trial, his actions still weren't those of an omnipotent being who by definition of that word, knew everything that was around the corner and certainly couldn't be surprised by anything an amoeba like Picard could throw at him.

The closest the character came to actually living up to what he was supposed to be was in the episode where PIcard dies and Q lets him undo the event that caused him to die. Undoing that event farked up Picard's life and Q seemed to already know that. It was the only episode where he actually acted like an omnipotent being.

But if the writers of the Bible can't make an omnipotent being make any sense, what chance did Rick Berman's writing staff have?


It works better if you remember that Q is full of himself and only boasts of being omnipotent. He has power, but not sense, and he's far from invincible. His and Guinan's first on-screen encounter show that he fears her and her species a bit (never explained, though, but he also never tried doing anything to her).
 
2012-09-15 05:34:40 PM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: It works better if you remember that Q is full of himself and only boasts of being omnipotent. He has power, but not sense, and he's far from invincible. His and Guinan's first on-screen encounter show that he fears her and her species a bit (never explained, though, but he also never tried doing anything to her).


Yeah but all other Q act like that too, and they demonstrated that they can move forward and backward in time. I guess the blanket explanation is that we as mortals just don't get it.
 
2012-09-15 05:43:25 PM  

Mugato: Keizer_Ghidorah: It works better if you remember that Q is full of himself and only boasts of being omnipotent. He has power, but not sense, and he's far from invincible. His and Guinan's first on-screen encounter show that he fears her and her species a bit (never explained, though, but he also never tried doing anything to her).

Yeah but all other Q act like that too, and they demonstrated that they can move forward and backward in time. I guess the blanket explanation is that we as mortals just don't get it.


I assume he is the sci-fi equivalent of Mr. Myxptlk or Bat-mite. They seem to be transcendently powerful beings from another dimension that are complete doofuses when the plot calls for it.
 
2012-09-15 05:46:17 PM  

Fano: Mugato: Keizer_Ghidorah: It works better if you remember that Q is full of himself and only boasts of being omnipotent. He has power, but not sense, and he's far from invincible. His and Guinan's first on-screen encounter show that he fears her and her species a bit (never explained, though, but he also never tried doing anything to her).

Yeah but all other Q act like that too, and they demonstrated that they can move forward and backward in time. I guess the blanket explanation is that we as mortals just don't get it.

I assume he is the sci-fi equivalent of Mr. Myxptlk or Bat-mite. They seem to be transcendently powerful beings from another dimension that are complete doofuses when the plot calls for it.


This. Especially when up against the central character.
 
2012-09-15 06:16:17 PM  

caddisfly: My vote:
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Devolved Worf in pure bloodlust rage chasing rodent-Picard and stoic Data.


That was the worst episode ever which means Vedek Winn is automatically Kai and you must go to the corner and recite 50 Hail Siskos
 
2012-09-15 06:19:51 PM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: caddisfly: My vote:
[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

Devolved Worf in pure bloodlust rage chasing rodent-Picard and stoic Data.

That was the worst episode ever which means Vedek Winn is automatically Kai and you must go to the corner and recite 50 Hail Siskos


At least they didn't turn into lizards.
Also: "Brain, brain. What is brain?"
 
2012-09-15 06:37:48 PM  
TNG vs DS9

Better effects and space battles-DS9 easily.
Regular characters viewers cared about:
TNG: Picard, Riker, Troi, Wesley, Beverly, Yar (i guess), DATA, Geordi, Worf, Guinan (maybe), O'Brien
DS9: Sisko, Jake, Dax(2 of them), Kira, Worf and O'Brien (both of which had much more character development here), Odo, Quark, Rom, Nog, Bashir, Garak, Vic Fontaine.
Recurring villain:
TNG: Q
DS9: Gul Dukat, Changeling biatch, Weyoun (sp?)
(DS9 wins)
TNG: Mostly stand alone episodes.
DS9: Epic story arcs.
(Individual preference)
 
2012-09-15 06:48:14 PM  

AaronSynn: TNG vs DS9

Better effects and space battles-DS9 easily.
Regular characters viewers cared about:
TNG: Picard, Riker, Troi, Wesley, Beverly, Yar (i guess), DATA, Geordi, Worf, Guinan (maybe), O'Brien
DS9: Sisko, Jake, Dax(2 of them), Kira, Worf and O'Brien (both of which had much more character development here), Odo, Quark, Rom, Nog, Bashir, Garak, Vic Fontaine.
Recurring villain:
TNG: Q
DS9: Gul Dukat, Changeling biatch, Weyoun (sp?)
(DS9 wins)
TNG: Mostly stand alone episodes.
DS9: Epic story arcs.
(Individual preference)


I say advantage DS9 but I'd like to give the much reviled Voyager a day in court

Seven of Nine, yes she has big boobies but she also had a pretty decent character arc from mindless drone to a condescending biatch to a real human
Janeway, yeah it's a joke that she's a woman who immediately got lost but she got her crew through some shiat and had even less ethics than Sisko
Tom and Harry, clearly made for each other. Their bromance was deeper than that of Dr. Bashir and O'Brien and their holodeck exploits were cooler
Bellana, I dig violent girls with short black hair
The Doctor, another great character arc and some pretty good performances with a lot of humor
....and the rest, none of them really pissed me off. Except Chakotay, he was worthless.

...so Voyager might not have been the best show but it had a solid crew
 
2012-09-15 06:52:54 PM  

Mugato: AaronSynn: TNG vs DS9

Better effects and space battles-DS9 easily.
Regular characters viewers cared about:
TNG: Picard, Riker, Troi, Wesley, Beverly, Yar (i guess), DATA, Geordi, Worf, Guinan (maybe), O'Brien
DS9: Sisko, Jake, Dax(2 of them), Kira, Worf and O'Brien (both of which had much more character development here), Odo, Quark, Rom, Nog, Bashir, Garak, Vic Fontaine.
Recurring villain:
TNG: Q
DS9: Gul Dukat, Changeling biatch, Weyoun (sp?)
(DS9 wins)
TNG: Mostly stand alone episodes.
DS9: Epic story arcs.
(Individual preference)

I say advantage DS9 but I'd like to give the much reviled Voyager a day in court

Seven of Nine, yes she has big boobies but she also had a pretty decent character arc from mindless drone to a condescending biatch to a real human
Janeway, yeah it's a joke that she's a woman who immediately got lost but she got her crew through some shiat and had even less ethics than Sisko
Tom and Harry, clearly made for each other. Their bromance was deeper than that of Dr. Bashir and O'Brien and their holodeck exploits were cooler
Bellana, I dig violent girls with short black hair
The Doctor, another great character arc and some pretty good performances with a lot of humor
....and the rest, none of them really pissed me off. Except Chakotay, he was worthless.

...so Voyager might not have been the best show but it had a solid crew


The supporting characters of Voyager were so dull that even the writers forgot that Naomi's mother was still alive, which is why she just suddenly disappeared. They thought they had killed her off.
 
2012-09-15 07:03:13 PM  

NeoCortex42: The supporting characters of Voyager were so dull that even the writers forgot that Naomi's mother was still alive, which is why she just suddenly disappeared. They thought they had killed her off.


I thought Naomi Wildman's mother was killed on an away mission, since 7 became her sort of surrogate mother. Well I wasn't talking about the supporting characters, just the bridge crew.
 
2012-09-15 07:33:11 PM  

Mugato: NeoCortex42: The supporting characters of Voyager were so dull that even the writers forgot that Naomi's mother was still alive, which is why she just suddenly disappeared. They thought they had killed her off.

I thought Naomi Wildman's mother was killed on an away mission, since 7 became her sort of surrogate mother. Well I wasn't talking about the supporting characters, just the bridge crew.


So did the writers. After the series was finished, the writers have said in interviews that they simply thought they had killed her off, but it turned out they never did.

And I think supporting characters are very important for the shows. TNG didn't really have much in the way of recurring roles outside of the main cast aside from O'Brien and some admirals. DS9 had a great set of recurring characters, both heroes and villains. Also, Garak. DS9 wins.
 
2012-09-15 07:38:35 PM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: caddisfly: My vote:
[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

Devolved Worf in pure bloodlust rage chasing rodent-Picard and stoic Data.

That was the worst episode ever which means Vedek Winn is automatically Kai and you must go to the corner and recite 50 Hail Siskos


No, the worst episode was the one about the haunted candle on planet Scotland that gave Dr. Crusher orgasms.
 
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