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    Regeneration. S2 Ep23
    Absolutely outstanding. The foreshadowing was perfectly pitched without too much labouring.

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    Told you it would get better.

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    Extinction followed by Rajiin. Both plodders.
    Yes they're both advancing the story, but the sheer dumbness of the crew is astounding.

    Apropos of nothing, Babylon 5 is currently on Sky 1 weekday mornings.
    Just watched "And the Sky Full of Stars". S1 ep8.
    Simply glorious.
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    Twilight.
    Cleverly done, and shows the ingenuity of the Xindi.

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    Stratagem:
    Damned enjoyable stuff.

    B5 is up to A Voice in the Wilderness, Part I.
    A cracking pair of series.

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    Just watching DS9 series 3 episode 11 "Past Tense, Pt 1". It's set in a dystopian America in the year 2024, where there are ghettos with poor people called "sanctuaries", where the people have no rights and aren't allowed out, and there are riots in which lots of people are killed by the authorities. I wonder how they managed to predict the result of Trump's second term of office?

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    Penultimate Enterprise tonight which I'll watch later. I'll watch the final tomorrow just to say I've seen it all, but the reviews!

    Meanwhile, B5 is back after it's Christmas break with S2 E14. Great stuff.

    And DS9 kicks off on Horror at 19:00 from the start. The whole shooting match!

    And Orville S2 E1 on FOX HD (199).

    Not a bad start to the new year.

    Haven't been here much as I got sidetracked by Reddit, and I do tend to post a bit there.

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    That was odd, as it wasn't as bad as the reviewers claimed. Ok, I'll assume they were die hard (fanatical) trekkies which would cause a bias but the episode did make a decent coda to Terra Prime. It also tied up the odd loose end, shame about Tucker though. It wasn't all about Enterprise, but the TNG interaction added enough texture to enable the episode to come across as more of a documentary.
    It did act as a bridge, of sorts, between the 3 Enterprise series.
    All in all not as awful as some might make out, and there were some absolutely outstanding episodes in there, Carbon creek and Regeneration being the standouts in relation to bridging/continuity/foreshadowing.

    Ho-hum. Roll on B5 & DS9.

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