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    Quote Originally Posted by MR2 Fan View Post
    I mean Discovery got a season 2 also.... (Admittedly I've never watched it, but just heard so many bad things about the first season).

    Although honestly MOST Star Trek series have had a rough couple of years before they get good.
    Discovery was and is great.

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    Wtf?! Discovery is fucking amazing.

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    Okay, maybe I can start subscribing to CBS all access and binge watch Discovery and the 1st episode of Picard to show my support so that they don't cancel the damn thing...

    Picard is really the show that's intriguing to me. For sure he's my favorite ST character of all time... and then seeing them trying to parallel our current political climate... just wondering how it's gonna go down. Earth is just going to pull an earthxit out of the united federation of planets? Will their be a Ferangi Trump or a Romulus Putin? I think the premise is a good one. I do agree Gene Roddenberry probably had things a bit too perfect in TNG... Anyway, I do personally hope that they'll do well and Paramount able to get all of their money back and then some...

    As for ST4, my feelings are kinda neutral. I thought the 1st 3 were entertaining..., definitely better than the TNG movies. I'd like to see more of them, but even if not, no huge lost for me. But I most certainly don't want Picard to fail...
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    I found the Star Trek Beyond movie from 2016 on DVD in the bargain bin at Wal-Mart for $5 just before Christmas. I had my wife sign a To:/From: card from her to me, wrapped it, and put it under the tree for Christmas morning. I can't remember the last time someone gave me such a thoughtful gift.

    I also discovered my old Star Trek beach/pool towel that I had as a kid. My mother must have packed it away for me a long time ago.

    Thanks, Mom.

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    Next year, I think I'm going to try to get my wife to give me a thoughtful gift the same way..., but I'll trying to buy something more expensive than $5!

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