I don't think I've posted on here in a good few years, but OH MY GOD THIS NEWS. I just ran around my flat screaming and laughing with excitement and it had to be shared!! I'm hoping for a Post Voyager show with DS9 style story arcs.
TNG - It has the best stories overall and I love the crew
DS9 - I have a lot of love for it, some of the earlier episodes can be a bit slow though
TOS - It's just fun to watch, you don't have to take it too seriously
ENT - I really enjoy this series, it took years to get into it though
VOY - Can take it or leave it really, there's some decent episodes but they killed the Borg
I thought this was a pretty good episode, Chakotay is quite an interesting character that we hardly learnt anything about in Season 1. I enjoyed the swerve ending, and we did learn a bit more background info on the Kazon. 6 out of 10.
This really doesn't feel big enough as a season finale, what were they thinking!?! It is an average episode, the ship losing power because of some manky cheese seems a bit lame. I wish the Starfleet crew wouldn't keep expecting the Maquis to want to suck up how they like it all of a sudden as well. 5 out of 5.
I thought this episode was pretty pants to be fair, I can't remember much of it and what I can it was just very confusing and not at the height of quality as I've been used to with this first season. For one thing I don't see what that Indian wheel has to do with legit medical knowledge. I'll give it a 3 out of 10.
I don't think this episode is really anything special because anything to do with vikings or anything like that just bores me to tears. However, The Doctor's involvement did boost my opinion of the episode up a bit because he so fun to watch. I'll give this a 5 out of 10.
I thought this was a really good episode, as not only was the mystery something you could sink your teeth into, but we finally to learn more about Chakotay, Up until this point, all you know about him is that he is a Native American and he goes on visions quests and talks to some animals. I think this is worth a 7 out of 10.
I have mixed feelings for this one because I feel that the aliens themselves are very dull and boring, all they go on about is pleasure. It gets very repetitive after a while, and the episode doesn't really get all that interesting until Torres/Seska decide to go ahead with their plan. The ending was a good set up for Seska's eventual turn which I do like. Tuvok breaking the rules was surprising, and it was really weird to see him getting moaned at by Janeway in her ready room. But the episode as a whole is only worth a 5 out of 10.