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Review James Hunt 26 Apr 2013 - 07:45
The Enterprise is messed with by a giant floating space face in this week's look-back at Tng's second season...
This review contains spoilers.
2.2 Where Silence Has Lease
The Enterprise is in the Morgana Quadrant doing some charting (ah, charting. The stuff explorers dream of) when they encounter a weird spacehole. It's like a hole in space. Clearly, this is the first interesting thing they've found in weeks because they fly towards it and start shooting probes into it. Unfortunately, said probes just disappear without trace. Naturally, this intrigues Picard so he inches the ship ever-closer to it.
Suddenly it engulfs the Enterprise! Oh no! Wait, we all pretty much expected that to happen, right?
Inside the spacehole, the crew performs various scans and recover no interesting information. At one point Dr. Pulaski turns up and starts having a go at Data for being unable »
Episodes 22-23 “Metamorphosis” Part 1 Original Airdate: October 4, 2002 Part 2 Original Airdate: October 11, 2002 Part 1 Written by Len Uhley Pat 2 Story by Len Uhley, Teleplay by Dwayne McDuffie Directed by Dan Riba Guest Starring: Tom Sizemore (Rex Mason/Metamorpho), Earl Boen (Simon Stagg), Danica McKellar (Sapphire Stagg) Plot Summary: Former solider and Green Lantern friend Rex Mason ends up an unwilling participant in an experiment that transforms him into Metamorpho. His “creator,” Simon Stagg, then creates a rapidly evolving creature and inadvertently has his mind transferred over to it. Production Notes: “This one is probably neck and neck with ‘War World’ if you go by the fans,” muses Bruce Timm. “I love this show. It’s very old school, and a lot of people have a resistance to that. A lot of people just can’t handle superheroes with that much corn. I have to say, though, aside from all of the »
In most movies, there is the powerful face off between the good and the bad, the heroes and the villains, yet sometimes you get people who are just in the middle, not necessarily villains but just complete and utter douchebags. You know those people you just can’t stand; the people who crawl under your skin and make you want to put your fist through the television – yeah, well, them.
During our top ten I am going to be either reminding you or introducing you to some of the biggest douchebags in the history of the movies.
10. Dr. Silberman (Terminator 2: Judgement Day)
Dr. Silberman (Earl Boen) was the doctor who treated Sarah Connor in the mental hospital in Terminator 2. Now, I must admit I was a little hesitant about adding Dr. Silberman to this top ten as, let’s be honest, the guy is just doing his job.
I mean, »
- James Davidson
3 items from 2013
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