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1997-03-12 00:00:00 - Re: Regarding Kromaggs - (maestrodc@aol.com)


When they first went to that "Giant World" in Exodus, I thought at first that Quinn would say something stupid like the new timer's "Size adjustment" was out of alignment. I was so glad they didn't do that. It's hard enough for an Electronics and Physics major to take this show seriously. I like the show, but as with most sci-fi shows their writers were Theater Arts majors or some such, and have very little science background. But it would be funny to see the Kromaggs try to be NOTICED, much less take over, the 'Giant World'. [Zzzzzzttt. <smack!> "Hey, Frank, what kind of bug was that?" I don't know, but it sure didn't like you, Bob! And they're getting worse - I killed three yesterday. If this keeps up, I'm switching to another golf course."]

1997-03-29 00:00:00 - Re: Regarding Kromaggs - (Molly <Molly@somewhere.cat>)


MaestroDC <maestrodc@aol.com> wrote in article <19970312200401.PAA14618@ladder01.news.aol.com>... > When they first went to that "Giant World" in Exodus, I thought at first > that Quinn would say something stupid like the new timer's "Size > adjustment" was out of alignment. I was so glad they didn't do that. > It's hard enough for an Electronics and Physics major to take this show > seriously. I like the show, but as with most sci-fi shows their writers > were Theater Arts majors or some such, and have very little science > background. A big flaw with that episode was why didn't Quinn just go back and start transporting people to that world as a temporary world until a more suitable would could be found? I mean the large rodents may be a problem, but compared to lethal radiation, I thought they would be a small problem.

1997-03-30 00:00:00 - To slide or not to slide? - (allondro <allondro@erinet.com>)


Molly <Molly@somewhere.cat> BRILLIANTLY observed in article <01bc3c06$1ff6a760$6cfb33ce@molly>... > > A big flaw with that episode was why didn't Quinn just go back and start > transporting people to that world as a temporary world until a more > suitable would could be found? I mean the large rodents may be a problem, > but compared to lethal radiation, I thought they would be a small problem. > The problem is that the writers on most shows don't tend to think like that. I don't know how many STTNG episodes I could have resolved in the first ten minutes, and I never attended Star Fleet Academy. I brought up the same idea about the slide to my family, and it seemed so obvious afterward. I guess delaying the big slide gave Vampire Colonel Rickman the time he needed for plot development. There's always a twisted logic to scriptwriting. "I am not Herbert." Spock