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Surprised that on this discussion of great TV dramas nobody's mentioned Battlestar Galactica yet. I just recently went through the whole series for the first time and I was quite blown away. And it actually managed to end in a way that lived up to the four seasons of material which had come before it, with an elaborate mythos and backstory that made sense within its own internal universe, plus a pleasantly shocking presence of an authentic spirtual/theological element that didn't just turn out to be another enervating "oh, it's really just all super-highly-evolved beings" crap answer. Nope. Really was a God after all.
How about "Night of the Dead Living" or "Crosetti" from Homicide: Life on the Streets?
i had never seen doctor who before, and i was marathoning through the new series on netflix with no background knowledge of anything that had come before, and the moment where the ghosts emerged as cybermen and the daleks emerged from the voidship was just awesome. i have no doubt that it helped that i was new to the show and i think it helped that i was also watching the episodes one after another, but whatever the reason, that singular moment is one of my favorites of all time.
The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
Voyager did not suck.
Voyager did not suck
Re Dr. Who: I watched the early years decades ago, and a lot of the Tom Baker because it was regularly available, but not much since, except for a few David Tennant shows.
Does he still wield a sonic screwdriver?
The fourth season I absolutely loved until the final episode, which was awful.
Can I get it Dr. Who on Netflix? I may have to sign up, if I can.
I hereby curse this thread and all who post within it.
I sense a 7 of 9 groupie. Whatever else was wrong with the show, they got her right.
but I'm actually more a Mulgrew and Picardo groupie. Tim Russ/Tuvok is also my favorite Vulcan from the universe.
I seem to recall that for one fleeting moment early on Neelix had some kind of surprising history as a soldier in a terrible war or something,
Now... don't you feel bad about ragging on poor Neelix?
Brannon Braga's a bigger idiot than Steven Moffat
The problem I have with Battlestar Galactica, along with Lost, is that after a number of great episodes, and a hell of a ride, the finales revealed them to essentially be shaggy dog stories. That's a huge black mark (although I acknowledge that many people love the endings) and really drops them down my rankings.
I finally watched Enterprise last year, which I didn't watch in its original run because I had ST fatigue and also the theme song was an atrocity. First two seasons are worse than anything in the ST canon except maybe the fifth film. The third season was ok. The fourth season I absolutely loved until the final episode, which was awful.
St Elsewhere, worst ending of any show that mattered, ever.
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