Not a fan of Section 31 itself, but I will watch the hell out of a movie focusing on Emperor Georgiou!
#DS9 rewatch is up to Past Tense, Part I, in which Sisko, Bashir and Dax are stranded in the year 2024, when the US is dealing with a major homelessness crisis mostly by ignoring it and blaming people for being homeless, stretching social workers to their limits and turning a blind eye toward police brutality, while wealthy San Francisco tech execs act vaguely uncomfortable about it.
It's sort of eerie…but then it's also not like it was that hard to extrapolate from the 1990s.
I just watched this episode last week! And yes, it *is* a great scene!
Time for another episode of Admiral Grouchy vs the Slime Creatures From Outer Space.
Apparently there’s a known issue where some games will trip #Sophos‘ “HollowProcess” detection rule.
Including, as I discovered, #StarTrek Online via Steam.
Workaround here if anyone needs it:
#DS9 rewatch continues. O’Brien problems: The episode where Keiko thinks it’s strange that Miles is drinking coffee while helping with the resolution to a civil war is followed *immediately* by the episode where Miles is drinking extra coffee while helping with the resolution to a civil war because he thinks Keiko is acting strange.
And it turns out that Miles isn’t actually drinking coffee under the circumstances shown in either episode, but for very different reasons!
Note: In Firefox, the save feature was broken and only saved the background. (It worked fine on my wife’s phone.) I took a screenshot rather than starting over in another browser.
@farscapenow @farscape @PrimeVideo Hah! Yeah, I can totally see it now!
That reminds me, I forgot to mention how much the Klingon tomb ship interiors reminded me of Moya! 😂
Yep. Whenever someone complains about newer #StarTrek being “ruined” by social justice or progressive issues, unlike the older series…I have to wonder whether they ever actually *watched* the show they claim to remember so fondly.
I still find it amazing that the alt-right thinks Star Trek Discovery is all SJW n shit, but TNG had an episode about a transgender woman falling in love with Riker and then being lobotomized for it.
— Apple Mackintosh Phone (@dineenporter) December 14, 2018
Now I want to find another Star Trek culture whose greeting translates as “Who are you?”
Interesting idea: How Star Trek: Generations could have been one of the best via @AtomicJunkShop
“You don’t understand. Ferengi workers don’t want to stop the exploitation, we want to find a way to become the exploiters.”
– Rom, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine