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  • I will say though that the special effects are decent

    • by GenesisOne
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      Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Naked Now is just bad. Just plain bad.

      The first episode to air after the series premier is a comedy show that has very few actually humorous parts and is riddled with nonsensical lines of dialogue tied in with awkward performances.

      Boy genius Wesley embarks on his “save the day”


      routine that makes the characters look clueless.

      The episode borrows heavily from the episode titled “The Naked Time” in the first Star Trek series and show it reeks of material that has been done before.

      If the writers thought this was the way to pay homage and respect to the original show, then I do not know ...


      • what to think about the writers being employed by Paramount at the time.

        Horrendous dialogue, performances by the cast that are painful to watch and the list just goes on.

        It is ridiculous how easily disabled the Enterprise is, but I suppose that is what the plot demanded, so it was written without much thought.

        I will

        say though that the special effects are decent.

        That is about all I can say.

        This is an episode that I seldom ever watch because it is just plain bad television.

        It does not even make for a good mystery.

        It is something of a miracle that people even continued to tune in to the show after this horrid episode aired.




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