The Rock simply had to guest star on Voyager and give Jeri Ryan the Rock Bottom, and that’s exactly what happened.
TNG decided to remake an episode of classic Star Trek, but make it the crappy version. Data and Yar do it.
Chakotay, am I right? Close your glimpses, for it’s Voyager’s most exciting character in the adventure of a lifetime.
The problem with the episode Tuvix is that it just makes us think too much. So what if they just pulled a Thomas Riker and made two of him? This is an argument I see a lot, for some reason.
Do you like children’s rhymes?
I dunno, guys. I kinda feel like genocide shouldn’t be treated as a good thing. But maybe Phlox has a point about evolution or something.
It’s high time someone did some goofin’ on The Inner Light, a beloved episode I absolutely hate.
Giant black cats, wizards, and peacock puppets. I’ll bet you credits to navy beans you’ll enjoy this spooky episode of Star Trek!
Many ethical questions are raised by the episode Tuvix, but perhaps most important of all is why we should care about Tuvok or Neelix.
Before TNG became one of the best sci-fi series ever, it began like…this.