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Ultimate Trek: Star Trek's Greatest Moments (1999)

"The Trouble with Tribbles" . . . "The Best of Both Worlds" . . . "Trials and Tribble-ations" or "Scorpion." Which one is the greatest Star Trek episode of all time? Tonight, you decide! ... See full summary »

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Captain James T. Kirk
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Chakotay (archive footage)
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Capt. Benjamin Sisko (archive footage)
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Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge (archive footage)
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Montgomery Scott (archive footage)
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Kara (archive footage)
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Commander William T. Riker (archive footage)
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"The Trouble with Tribbles" . . . "The Best of Both Worlds" . . . "Trials and Tribble-ations" or "Scorpion." Which one is the greatest Star Trek episode of all time? Tonight, you decide! Take a hilarious journey through Federation space with Captains Kirk, Picard, Sisko, Janeway and the bravest crews in the galaxy. From dangerous villains to outrageous one-liners, this all-encompassing retrospective captures the greatest moments in Star Trek history. Challenging trivia questions and never-before-seen outtakes make Ultimate Trek the ultimate ride. Get ready to experience entertainment at warp speed! Written by Robert Lynch <docrlynch@yahoo.com>

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Ultimate Drek
20 September 2006 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

It was an age of infamy, deep in what some consider the darkest years of Trekdom. Deep Space Nine was gone. All that was left was Voyager. So Paramount let this be made to celebrate ... what, exactly? It wasn't any significant anniversary for the bona fide cultural phenomenon that was Trek. There was no new show or movie on the horizon. It was like they were just putting out a program to take up space and remind us that Trek lives. Emptiness would have been preferable. They should have remembered that even in the Trek-less years of the early '70s, the fans still had plenty of fun.

In this show, the jokes were weak, the acting weaker. Jason Alexander couldn't do a Kirk impression if his life depended on it. Kevin Pollak would have been so much better, but this was Alexander's own vanity project as executive producer. Apparently nobody around him had the compassion to tell him what a bad idea it was. In the few moments when this wasn't painful, it was just plain boring. Watching any episode of the original show would have been a hundred times more enjoyable. It was an insult to any true fan. The actors looked, sounded and and acted nothing like the characters they were supposed to be playing, which made for severe distraction, something they could ill afford in a program as wretched as this. Luckily, for most viewers, this program has been mercifully forgotten. Maybe it's an intentional amnesia.

But what do I know? Maybe I just need to get a life.


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