||posted on 20-3-2005 at 23:08|
But Star Trek is incredibly dull, from TNG onwards, the original series was the best.
The beauty of Dr Who is it's lack of limitations- it could be anything from week to week, it could be rubbish, it could be amazing, it could be
exciting, it could be tragic etc etc.
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 22:45|
Incroyable, messieur. I'd have to disagree, so does not have the depth and wide scale application to human affairs as Star Trek.
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 19:16|
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 19:12|
Yeah, but you can listen to these top quality musicians on their own stuff, and not have to bother with Shat himself.
That Common People cover is truley abysmal.
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 19:06|
because he worked with some top quality musicians on 'has been'
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 19:02|
Christ, what is wrong with people? How can anyone have any respect for Shatners' 'music'? It really makes me angry!
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 18:50|
ohh, i don't know. that cover of 'common people' is quite special.
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 18:49|
What's wrong with Billie Piper? She's already proved she can act, plus the chemistry between her and Ecclestone is meant to be top notch.
John, you're just silly if you think Star Trek is better.
||posted on 20-3-2005 at 18:43|
anyway, two words matt; billie piper
||posted on 18-3-2005 at 09:51|
The doctor who theme is a lot better than anything Shatner ever sang.
||posted on 18-3-2005 at 09:50|
and what exactly does that have to do with music?
||posted on 18-3-2005 at 02:53|
Doctor Who kicks Star Trek's ARSE.
||posted on 18-3-2005 at 00:54|
HA! Now it's properly cancelled now. I hope the last episode has Archer leaping out of his stupid gay body and back into that of supercool Dr
Samuel Beckett. With Al too. Because he's cool... motherfucker.
|i am sam
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 15:43|
please tell me you own all these things.
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 14:22|
Precisely, the amount of money a fan chucks at buying fake vulcan ears, badges, uniforms, phasers etc. Heck its more than a TV show it's
ingrained in popular culture, more so than any show ever. Look how fan power resurrected Doctor Who, it can be done. I've always wanted to go to
that star trek bar in London, me and my mates always talk about. I've never even been to a convention :(.
I compensate for it with having riveting conversations on latest updates in transwarp theories, with fellow friends. I hope i'm not coming across
as some nerd here. :cool::cool::cool:
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 14:10|
It's all about the bottom line. Increasingly, shows that the networks aren't too sure about are being saved and even revived after being
cut because so much money is being made from DVD sales. Star Trek strikes me as something that might just be doing well in such an arena, in every
incarnation, so I'd be surprised if this one really dies a death. Money money money.
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 14:04|
You knowwww. Your logic never fails to astound me, even the vulcans would agree. :D:D:D
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 09:02|
Dude, you have Dr. Sam Beckett at the controls! What more could you want??? I really love Enterprise (but not as much as TNG)
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 08:08|
I watched some of the very first episodes of Enterprise the other day...was so funny!
||posted on 10-3-2005 at 07:21|
meh its no DS9, but i guess it better than nothing
Yeah star trek is awesome, hell the BNP and NF both had it on their list of programs to ban, so if you want to get rid of star trek then you must be
some kind of nazi.....(this makes sense in theory)...
||posted on 9-3-2005 at 23:32|
This is truly fantastic. Trekkers all over the world are currently battling to keep the current series of Enterprise on our screens, after
disappointing ratings got the series axed. A fund has been set up, where some donors from space programmes have contributed. 3million has thus far
been raised, so the programme can go on into another series. Only last month there was a protest in Israel to save the programme.
Star Trek‚??s the most essential programme on TV and has been a conduit for Gene Roddenbury‚??s vision for the betterment of humanity and the
exploration of space. Undeniably people feel passionate about keeping it alive. It‚??s so much more than a show about aliens, with its many layers
mirroring real life. Let‚??s remember it had the first ever inter racial kiss on TV with Uhura and Kirk, which caused a stir. It also presented a
Russian, Chinese and woman all in an equal light, which had never been done in that time.
Martin Luther King himself was a fan, who persuaded the actress who played Uhura to continue her role. It was the only show he let his kids watch. I
would prefer they get rid of enterprise completely and make a new one, cos it weren‚??t that good. But they‚??ll need a lot of latinum to do that,
more than a Ferengi's purse contains.
[Edited on 9-3-2005 by MR CHATTERBOX]