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On 9/15/2020 at 9:38 AM, Greywind said:

 

The Executioner? Skurge took over that job. And sucked at it.

 

 

22 hours ago, Lord Liaden said:

I'm pretty sure he did. But Greywind was making a joke with the name of the character from TOS Star Trek episode, "The Conscience of the King," who was known as Kodos the Executioner; and linking him to the Marvel character also called the Executioner. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Conscience_of_the_King

 

 

Whoops, my bad.

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2 hours ago, Pattern Ghost said:

 

Well, if you only see one episode, watch Season 3, Episode 1. It's the pinnacle of Trek storytelling.


Spock's Brain
 

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In 2017, Den of Geek ranked this episode as the second "best worst" Star Trek episode of the original series.[20] In 2017, Screen Rant ranked this episode the third worst episode of the Star Trek franchise.[21]

 

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2 hours ago, archer said:

 

You were supposed to watch it out of curiosity, not Google it to figure out you were being trolled.

 

You have a lot to learn about being the butt of a joke....

 

THat's okay. I saw Wrath of Khan this year. Well, seeing it one was enough. #overrated. 

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@Bazza

 

The key to watching Star Trek is that you have to accept that you are more competent off the top of your head with anything about tactics or strategy than people who are supposed to be the best-of-the-best, highly-trained Starfleet personnel.

 

It's sort of like watching a superhero movie and accepting that the hero's mask actually conceals his identity.

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Sometimes the 'go-to' old school sci-fi series isn't Star Trek TOS or Doctor Who.  Occasionally, I'm in the mood for the simplicity of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, where problems were solved with boyish charm, karate kicks and a robot with the voice of Bugs Bunny.

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3 hours ago, archer said:

@Bazza

 

The key to watching Star Trek is that you have to accept that you are more competent off the top of your head with anything about tactics or strategy than people who are supposed to be the best-of-the-best, highly-trained Starfleet personnel.

 

It's sort of like watching a superhero movie and accepting that the hero's mask actually conceals his identity.

 

So like watching Arrowverse or DCEU. 

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4 hours ago, Starlord said:

Sometimes the 'go-to' old school sci-fi series isn't Star Trek TOS or Doctor Who.  Occasionally, I'm in the mood for the simplicity of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, where problems were solved with boyish charm, karate kicks and a robot with the voice of Bugs Bunny.

 

Heck, if you want old-school simplicity,

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Starlord said:

Beat me by a couple minutes.  :)

 

https://www.superherohype.com/tv/486560-orphan-blacks-tatiana-maslany-cast-as-marvels-she-hulk

 

She's 5,4"...I assume she'll be CGI'd ala Thanos?

All the 7" tall, green female actors in Hollywood have been booked for Disney's upcoming Lollipop Guild movie. 

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3 hours ago, Old Man said:

If Wolverine can be 6'2", She-Hulk can be 5'4".


 Instead of the all Shulkie all the time of the Comics ‘verse. The MCU’s She-Hulk, like the Mark Ruffalo portrayal may shift back and forth.  If so having a talented actress in the role will be more important than finding a female wrestler with enough bulk.

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55 minutes ago, Tjack said:


 Instead of the all Shulkie all the time of the Comics ‘verse. The MCU’s She-Hulk like the Mark Ruffalo portrayal may shift back and forth.  If so having a talented actress in the role will be more important than finding a female wrestler with enough bulk.

 

For the longest time, Jen was capable of switching. In a lot of ways she was more capable than Banner at it. It wasn't until later she lost the ability to revert to non-She-Hulk. Not sure that even stayed in the character.

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I was hoping for someone like Adrianne Palicki who is 5' 11". 

 

In roles where she's supposed to be intimidating, like Mockingbird in Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, she gave the impression that she's even taller by often dwarfing the men around her in many scenes.

 

 

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