I wish I had more time to put together the episode on tin. It could easily have been twice as long. Lots of show notes on this one, including plenty of photos of the most heartbreaking story I've heard in a long time: https://episodictable.com/tin/
s2e5, "Loud As A Whisper": ugh. Pulaski is that relative who tells you that you could be so pretty if only you lost a little weight, then swears she was just doing you a favor #tngwatch
"From what I hear, I am supposed to... *avoid* you" #tngwatch
s2e4, "The Outrageous Okona". Mal Reynolds?! #tngwatch
Oh, that's literally the episode. But uh they don't exactly deal with the ramifications, do they? #tngwatch
So like... It's eventually going to be revealed that holodeck projections are living, sentient beings and this has all been an enormous ethical conundrum, right?? #tngwatch
s2e3, "Elementary, Dear Data": Star Trek is often referenced as an optimistic, even utopian vision of the future. Well, maybe, but it seems that even in a 24th-century utopia we still have chauvinists slinging slurs. 🙁 #tngwatch
Strange, is the show trying to set up something about Worf's heritage and aggression? Cos none of that really paid off in this episode.
THIS, on the other hand, WAUGH! I screamed! #tngwatch
I read a book! Maybe you'd like to read it, too. https://episodictable.com/antimony-gold-jupiters-wolf/
This first go of things is a little rough around the edges, but I'm excited to start posting old episodes as videos on YouTube! If you like what you see, I'd sure appreciate a boost or a subscribe or what have you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0fll8mwVA0
s2e2, "Where Silence Has Lease": Woof. That last episode was... Real bad. Anyway, is this a crossover episode? Because it looks like the away team just landed on Dagobah. #tngwatch
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