Chuck reviews TNG "Relics"

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Chuck reviews TNG "Relics"

Postby Alyeska » 2012-05-03 08:06pm

http://sfdebris.com/videos/startrek/t230.asp

Just watching it now. Should be pretty entertaining. Good episode and I am wondering how Chuck will review it.
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Re: Chuck reviews TNG "Relics"

Postby Eternal_Freedom » 2012-05-03 08:13pm

I caught this the other day. It's one of my favourite episodes and I'm glad he did it, and did it well. Particiularly enjoyed the comments on Scotty feeling needed and the paradox of building a Dyson Shell (not a Sphere, good to see he caught that one).
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Re: Chuck reviews TNG "Relics"

Postby Alyeska » 2012-05-03 08:22pm

Chuck's commentary on Scotty's supposedly broken arm and the carelessness treated to it is hilarious.

Scotty is so pleased he hardly notices the blind guy keeps walking into his broken arm.

Geordi listens and is amazed at his ingenuity and genius and shows it by prodding his arm repeatedly.

But Geordi is quiet and then decides to pick up his spirits by whacking his broken arm good and hard before taking him to sickbay.
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