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  • I love the Star Trek's Favorite Moments featurette which allows us to get a look at some of the Trek performers and what it is that attracted them to this science fiction series
  • Dorn mentioned a game that he and his buddies used to play that is one that I think all of us have done -- how fast can you name the episode and plot
  • The banter between Kirk, Spock, and McCoy is accepted as being the best humor and relationship of the entire Star Trek core

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      I love the Star Trek’s Favorite Moments featurette which allows us to get a look at some of the Trek performers and what it is that attracted them to this science fiction series. Michael Dorn, Ethan Phillips, and Tim Russ all spoke about how they watched Star Trek in college and how popular it was with their peers. Dorn mentioned a game that he and his buddies used to

      play that is one that I think all of us have done — how fast can you name the episode and plot.

      John Billingsley of the Enterprise series talked about the music and being a fan of it. I love the music, too, so that was cool.

      The thoughts expressed are ones so many fans can identify with. There were memories about watching the show with family members as a matter ...


      • of tradition. Someone talked about how popular the original series could have been and saved even longer had their been an internet back in the day.

        Someone mentioned the humor of the triumvirate in the original series. The banter between Kirk, Spock, and McCoy is accepted as being the best humor and relationship of the entire Star Trek core.

        Many episodes are discussed like City on the Edge of Forever and

        Balance of Terror.

        I just loved hearing what the celebrities and workers of Star Trek loved about the show. So much of it was what I loved, too. This featurette does a great job of connecting us to what is the best about Trek. I might have liked for some of the discussions to have been drawn out a bit more over the inclusion of episode scenes, but you can’t have everything.




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