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post #271 of 291
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Originally Posted by chitchatjf
Me neither.

I had assumed that Kirk didn't meet Spock until he became Captain of the enterprise. Remember Spock had already vbeen on the ship[ under Captian Pike

A DS9 movie would be so much better. :)
Yeah, I'd been trying to figure out if Kirk had met Spock before he became Captain of the Enterprise. Appears their academy records don't match up either. While they were there at the same time, they were assigned to different ships (and Kirk was assigned much earlier).

Kirk:
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2250 — As a first-year Academy student with ensign rank, assigned to U.S.S. Republic NCC-1371

2254 — Upon graduation, promoted to lieutenant and posted to U.S.S. Farragut under Capt. Garrovick
Spock:
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2252 – As cadet, assigned under Capt. Christopher Pike, U.S.S. Enterprise

2253 – Commissioned as ensign, still aboard Enterprise under Pike
post #272 of 291
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Originally Posted by kmj0577
Don't forget Scotty finds a hatch with an old computer in it with a code you have to type in every 108 minutes or something bad happens. Unfortunately Scotty couldn't figure it out and tried only talking into the mouse (he wouldn't use the keyboard because it was too quaint) and the universe imploded. And then for some reason Sulu couldn't speak English anymore and only spoke Korean so no one understood him. Uhuru revealed she was married and her husband was on the ship too, but unfortunately he was in the bathroom at the time and she can't find him.
Great...then when they are finally rescued, it is a Minbari ship piloted by Delenn.
post #273 of 291
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Originally Posted by chitchatjf
A DS9 movie would be so much better. :)
That would be a challenge. It has been a while since I saw the the series so my memory is probably a little fuzzy on the details but:

  1. Didn't Sisko get stuck in the wormhole with the wormhole aliens?
  2. Dax (the real one: Terry Farrell) died
  3. Odo joined the link
  4. The Louise Fletcher character died
  5. Gul Dukat died?
post #274 of 291
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Originally Posted by petergaryr
That would be a challenge. It has been a while since I saw the the series so my memory is probably a little fuzzy on the details but:

  1. Didn't Sisko get stuck in the wormhole with the wormhole aliens?
  2. Dax (the real one: Terry Farrell) died
  3. Odo joined the link
  4. The Louise Fletcher character died
  5. Gul Dukat died?
Not to mention Brock Peters died (he played Sisko's father). And then there's the crew all going their separate ways.
post #275 of 291
I so much would of preferred a DS9 movie. But there is so much back story it wasn't like any of the other trek series where you could almost watch them any ol order and it just wouldn't matter.

It would end up with a small hard core following like Serenity which would be very cool for us but no one else...
post #276 of 291
"Dax (the real one: Terry Farrell) died".... looks alive here
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000395/
post #277 of 291
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Originally Posted by drpepper
"Dax (the real one: Terry Farrell) died".... looks alive here
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000395/
The character, not the actress.
post #278 of 291
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Originally Posted by drpepper
"Dax (the real one: Terry Farrell) died".... looks alive here
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000395/
Wow she was on Howard Stern 3x, I gotta find those. :)
post #279 of 291
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Originally Posted by Marcus Carr
The character, not the actress.
Exactly. Even though it was Terry's idea to leave the show (to work on Becker, Lord knows why), she was always my favorite character. Once the Jadzia character died, Dax just wasn't the same (although Nicole DeBoer did an OK job as the new host).
post #280 of 291
Without breaking any forum rules....
Can anyone suggest as to where I might be able to download (for $$ or free- whatever) a few episodes of Enterprise in HD?
I just picked up the season 3 DVD set at FYE last night for $59 (used :D ). The PQ is really great, but I'd like to compare it to real HD.
Thanks!
post #281 of 291
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Originally Posted by replayrob
Without breaking any forum rules....
Can anyone suggest as to where I might be able to download (for $$ or free- whatever) a few episodes of Enterprise in HD?
I just picked up the season 3 DVD set at FYE last night for $59 (used :D ). The PQ is really great, but I'd like to compare it to real HD.
Thanks!
Before the end of the year, all of the Star Trek TV Series & Movies will be re-released in one of the 2 new HD DVD Formats.
post #282 of 291
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Originally Posted by scanpa
Before the end of the year, all of the Star Trek TV Series & Movies will be re-released in one of the 2 new HD DVD Formats.
Thanks....
Glad I only paid $59 for the season 3 DVD set!
I guess I can wait for the HiDef DVD sets. Hopefully it will be HD DVD not BD because I don't intend to shell out $999 for a BD DVD player.
Amazon sells the Enterprise season sets for around $100/season on SD DVD. Hopefully, the HiDef DVD sets won't be too much more :eek:
post #283 of 291
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Originally Posted by scanpa
Before the end of the year, all of the Star Trek TV Series & Movies will be re-released in one of the 2 new HD DVD Formats.
I seriously doubt that, considering four of those series were finished on standard definition video.
post #284 of 291
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Originally Posted by balazer
I seriously doubt that, considering four of those series were finished on standard definition video.
Don't you mean three of those series, not four?

TNG, DS9, and Voyager were finished on standard definition video. The original series from the sixties was finished on 35 mm film, and not on any type of video...and, of course, "Enterprise" was finished in high definition video.
post #285 of 291
You forgot the animated series. But now that I think about it, it's old enough that I don't know if it would have been done on film or video.
post #286 of 291
My bad, the animated series was finished on 35-mm film. It would be interesting to see how that translates to HD.
post #287 of 291
A bit OT, but what's with the crazy list pricing of the Trek DVD sets anyway?

Star Trek The Original Series - The Complete First Season (1966) List Price $129.98
Star Trek The Next Generation - The Complete First Season (1987) List Price $69.98
Star Trek Deep Space Nine - The Complete First Season (1993) List Price $69.98
Star Trek Voyager - The Complete First Season (1995) List Price $129.98
Star Trek Enterprise - The Complete First Season (2001) List Price $129.98

In view of the above pricing, I couldn't begin to guess at the range for the Hi Def DVD sets... :confused:
post #288 of 291
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Originally Posted by replayrob
A bit OT, but what's with the crazy list pricing of the Trek DVD sets anyway?

Star Trek The Original Series - The Complete First Season (1966) List Price $129.98
Star Trek The Next Generation - The Complete First Season (1987) List Price $69.98
Star Trek Deep Space Nine - The Complete First Season (1993) List Price $69.98
Star Trek Voyager - The Complete First Season (1995) List Price $129.98
Star Trek Enterprise - The Complete First Season (2001) List Price $129.98
What's crazy about it? The older releases are cheaper than the newer ones.
post #289 of 291
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Originally Posted by balazer
I seriously doubt that, considering four of those series were finished on standard definition video.
Not to mention that it is unlikely that Paramount would flood the market with 20+ seasons of Trek television programming and 10 features all in an 8 month period.
post #290 of 291
Those prices are cheap compared the the Star Trek TOS on VHS for $9.99 an episode.

Rick R
post #291 of 291
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Originally Posted by Marcus Carr
What's crazy about it? The older releases are cheaper than the newer ones.
TOS, Voyager & Enterprise series for $129?
TNG & DS9 series for $69

After TOS, TNG is generally considered the best spin-off (and DS9 after that)... so why the discount?
.. Or, why so much for Voyager and Enterprise which are considered sub par?

Where's the logic in the pricing??
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