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  • The federation's ideals are too washed up by the 24th century. Not every opinion is equal no matter how much they want it to be. Kirk's era was probably the best for "getting shit done"

    Mason WallMason WallVor Stunde
  • For me the two biggest flaws will always be: 1 - the post TOS Prime Directive - in the original series it functioned as guidelines that could be reinterpreted when necessary, but after that it became a stringent, illogical, inhumane, hypocritical shadow over all operations within Starfleet 2 - the lack of a dedicated away team and instead sending a whole set of senior officers down. Regardless of who is sent, this is a boneheaded move that actually makes no sense either in-universe or out. Oh, and for anyone arguing that Riker wouldn't allow Picard to go down - this actually makes less sense because the XO is typically privy to information that the captain isn't in possession of, not just aboard ship but also behind the scenes.

    DrahaukDrahaukVor 3 Stunden
  • It's all fake not real made up lots of $$$$$ to make them and no time for makeup give me one show that gets it right.

    bruce kohlbruce kohlVor 5 Stunden
  • Wouldn't it make more sense to position Bridges deep within the ships? With advanced technology, one doesn't need windows directly onto space.

    pineapplepenumbrapineapplepenumbraVor 6 Stunden
  • I actually laughed out loud at the Mars defense perimeter. pew pew pew... it's gone :D

    Marco FreitagMarco FreitagVor 7 Stunden
  • Your complaints about the Federation regarding their lack of warrior mentality miss the boat. Roddenberry set the "rules" for the Federation. They were a peaceful exploration alliance. They themselves had evolved socially beyond war. But just in case they armed these benevolent spacefaring explorers to the teeth. Federation members disbanded their own navies when joining the Federation. It would be too difficult to integrate all the different races technologies. In TOS there was an all Vulcan crew vessel (Intrepid). There was an episode where Spock is visibly distressed when the ship is destroyed by the telepathic outcry when the entire crew was killed. It is also stated in a book, "The Shocks of Adversity" that Spock could have served on a Vulcan crew vessel but chose not to. Although technically if it didn't appear on screen, big or small, it's not canon. The TOS episode is canon though.

    Relayer6aRelayer6aVor 9 Stunden
  • There was a Federation ship that was manned by nothing but Vulcans. The U.S.S. Intrepid (Connie Class), from the TOS episode "The Immunity Syndrome". I think too in DS9 there was mention of other ships being manned mostly by Vulcans.

    Trent BennettTrent BennettVor 11 Stunden
  • It is kind of a running joke that when you become an admiral, you start doing dirty evil shit for the federation lol

    robert ballrobert ballVor 12 Stunden
  • And no one watching a Star Trek video wants to hear about the Galactic Empire.

    James PilchowskiJames PilchowskiVor 16 Stunden
  • They would have made a cloaking device, but they didn't want us watching a blank screen the whole time. Also, if you want real ships with cloaking devices, go forward to All Good Things...

    James PilchowskiJames PilchowskiVor 16 Stunden
  • Did you seriously just say "10 flaws in fictional space navy ..." ?? Can you not see the "dumb" in that statement?

    Scott SeufertScott SeufertVor 20 Stunden
  • "Biggest flaw"? NO POCKETS!!!

    FrakU2FrakU2Vor 21 Stunde
  • Biggest flaw is time travel! Always felt like a fall back position when they ran out of ideas, just like the overuse of the holodeck!

    tsu 800tsu 800Vor 21 Stunde
  • Space communism :P

    RΛVIΞRΛVIΞVor 23 Stunden
  • I used to hate 'don't shoot first' bs, then they would take so many hits they'd be crippled.. then they'd go all suicidal and blow up the enterprise to take out the enemy...

    ent|tyent|tyVor 23 Stunden
  • Didn't they explicitly mention a vulcan starfleet ship in DS9? The episode with a baseball game?

    TachTachVor 23 Stunden
  • It was established in "The Immunuty Syndrome" back in 1968 that most starships were crewed by one species. Thus the U.S.S. Intrepid and it's all-Vulcan crew.

    Matt CelisMatt CelisVor Tag
  • I'm pretty sure I saw on some episode somewhere that the Federation determined that cloaks were having ill effects on humanoid bodies. The Klingons and Romulans didn't care so they continued to use them. Starfleet is an exploration organization. Military duty is secondary. Name a government entity anywhere that doesn't have something like Section 31. Worf resigned his commission to serve on that Klingon ship. There was an episode of TOS that said the USS Intrepid had an all-Vulcan crew. The Vulcans scaled back their fleet after the Kirshara was discovered.

    Occam's StubbleOccam's StubbleVor Tag
  • I pondered this and began to wonder if you bothered to study humanity & specifically Gene Roddenberry's vision of S.T.? 1 - Even current history, we ( USA & Allied forces signed: Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War. ... Yet, my friend, why did we agree to sign this? ... more importantly, how many other nations did NOT and do NOT honor this Treaty? . o O ( More than a few. ) See, part of your ' argument ' comes down to " humanity " and the " higher road " - vs - well the not so high road. We truly want to strive to take the " high road ", sometimes while shooting ourselves in the foot, admittedly. Bridges, do you understand how many " bridges " and such are at the top and/or in front of the ship / vessel? From Airplanes - Naval Battle Ships and so on, they are not " hidden deep inside the hull ". Then, Star Fleet was not supposed to be a " MILITARY " organization. It was not SF purpose. Yes, after G.R. died - boy did Star Trek change. Some for good and some, well ... the jury is still out.

    Jj BreenJj BreenVor Tag
  • Personally I think your post is flawed. You don't seem to comprehend the role of Starfleet and the state that ones mission statement is flawed such as stating that prime directive (your point number 4) is a flaw is completely flawed in its self. Just because you don't agree with the prime directive doesn't make it a flaw. It just makes it your opinion based on a flawed understanding of the function of Starfleet in the universe. Honestly I don't think I can write it any better than what one of your commenter's already did below, His username being Fragment. I suggest you read his comments for they will definitely help you better understand the role of Starfleet and the federation

    Gary C BellevilleGary C BellevilleVor Tag
  • flaws? I can only think of two.... CBS and Star Trek Discovery. I like the fact you give a warning that you are going to speak about STD though.... everybody should do that.

    Feynman Was A GeniusFeynman Was A GeniusVor Tag
    • Oh also in DS9 they specifically talk about a ship with a vulcan captain who only takes on vulcan crew. Just an FYI on the final point.

      Feynman Was A GeniusFeynman Was A GeniusVor Tag
  • We all know none of this is possible as space does not exist. For Starfleet read NASA, ESA etc.

    alfred fanshawalfred fanshawVor Tag
  • Oh noooo you wear a red shirt! :(

  • I always loved Star Trek up to ENT, but one has to switch of his/her brain at times and just enjoy it.

    VvE Ringmus 11 t/m 21 OnevenVvE Ringmus 11 t/m 21 OnevenVor Tag
  • You mispronounced the "Miranda class". It's actually pronounced "Cannon fodder". Because when has a Miranda ever survived anything.

    SteinSteinVor Tag
  • Has this guy ever seen a naked woman?

    Steve JovanSteve JovanVor Tag
  • There was at least one Vulcan ship in TOS, but it got blown up.

    Zoinks ScoobZoinks ScoobVor Tag
  • Really have to take issue with #6, use of slave labor?!? Why use slaves when even a very non-AI robot can do an assembly job 24/7/365? With moonlets to mine for raw materials, cheap solar power if you put your manufacturing near a star (say, somewhere between Mercury and Venus), and mostly automated machinery, the Federation could be cranking out vessels far faster than they could possibly train crews.

    Falbert ForesterFalbert ForesterVor Tag
  • There's a scene @ 15:45 where Data subtly shakes his head, to tell Capt. Picard that (if I recall correctly) that the people he was just talking to are now dead. In the foreground, Wesley is a full Ensign, so it takes place after Ménage à Troi s3e24 and before The First Duty s5e19... when does that scene take place? I'd rather not watch Star Trek for 20 hours straight just to find it :-P

    Robert BolducRobert BolducVor Tag
  • His first flaw is invalid, the treaty of Algeron prevented the federation from developing cloaking technology, and during TOS we would have only been warp capable for less than a century, so we wouldn’t have been able to make it then.

    Koolaid GamingKoolaid GamingVor Tag
  • i don't like the new Star Trek movies, they erase all that the series was, Kirk did not meet Spock in the academy, they met when Kirk took over command an was the second Captain of that ship, Spock was already there, Spock never look twice at Uhura he had a thing for the nurse that work with Bones, Scotty did not event the transporter, if i follow these movies, i will have to ignore the series, the foundation that was created.

    Ice JonesIce JonesVor Tag
  • Dude the fact you are saying they should've been deceitful and flown past the Romulan ship says more about you your mindset than it does about the aperent flaw of the federation. The whole fundamental's of the federation and the time and society the program was representing was not deceit it was high morality and philosophy so i think you missed the point to be honest about the whole point of the federation the show and everything Roddenberry was trying to portray. Your flaw here is you are comparing the society of the show to the society we have today which is a huge flaw in logic as comparison, in this context, is seriously unhealthy for start!!!!!

    Simon PaulSimon PaulVor Tag
  • 3:15 Our galaxy is a barred spiral, not a distributed spiral like this one 6:15 Section 31 was a creation of the mid-90's, the X-FILES era, when sci-fi went all paranoid and antiAmerican

    John SmithJohn SmithVor Tag
  • Geordie's mom was actually captain of a ship with a mostly Vulcan crew. The ship was lost though. But yeah, I believe the official reason was the cost of makeup. Unofficially, conspiracy to promote a human agenda to colonize as much as possible and the best way to do that was to keep non humans out of star fleet.

    Richard MaxfieldRichard MaxfieldVor 2 Tage
  • I agree I would love to see more of it’s Federation members the only time I saw a lot of Federation members was on Enterprise & the Federation was not Form yet & you was on point with something by the 24 century star fleet ship was more luxury than military

    tony powelltony powellVor 2 Tage
  • Hold on. Voyager was ship number 74,656. It stands to reason that at least that many steps have been built, even if most a them were out of service (a promise for which there isn't much evidence, since excelsior class ships were still in service over 100 years after the classes introduction) that's still going to be a formidable fleet.

    Alexandar Hull-RichterAlexandar Hull-RichterVor 2 Tage
  • theresa may is jar jar binks and jean claude junker is emperor palpetine

  • I always thought it was the Khitomer Accords that forbid the federation from using cloaking devices. Didn't that treaty also prevent romulans from using photon torpedoes?

    Gigas0101Gigas0101Vor 2 Tage
  • They definitely should have kept the phased cloak , and renegotiated the ( awful ) treaty of Algeron, they should have had a dedicated battle fleet and powerful orbital defence platforms. It’s great to have a peaceful society but they know there are predators out there, so always best to be prepared.

    Mike CoshanMike CoshanVor 2 Tage
  • Number 1 flaw: It is incredibly fake! I really hated Picard! What a wimp! Whoopi Goldberg? The moron from another planet? No thanks! I really got tired of the soap opera garbage! Really, the writing got to be really boring! No longer interested! People will never be able to be beamed up anyway; once you disintegrate someone's body, their soul leaves their body and they are permanently DEAD!

    GD BlackthornGD BlackthornVor 2 Tage
  • That's like saying the NBA is racist... perhaps humans are simply more interested in exploration and unification... hence why human's created the federation in the first place.

    Ri3m4nnRi3m4nnVor 2 Tage
  • Yes there are all Vulcan ships. See the Vulcan baseball team Sisko and the Niners played against. Also, the Vulcan ship that Odo asked to transport his prisoner and prisoner's daughter to Vulcan.

    zerutyzerutyVor 2 Tage
  • But Starfleet isn't a Navy. It sort of uses US (and thus British) Navy ranks, but it is fundamentally designed for exploration and scientific research. To judge it as a Navy, which is fundamentally designed for combat and winning wars, is flawed.

    Aaron James SpencerAaron James SpencerVor 2 Tage
  • Feminism political correctness Gene Roddenberry and Majel, réal Japanese shintoïstes no less, married in traditional Shinto ceremony where most Japanese where at the time born Shinto marry Christian buried Buddhist was ADAMANT people misunderstood his dream. They were SO against feminism ALL three next productions were extremely so warning of exactly what has destroyed masculinity logic reason rationality. But none of you were ever true Star Trek fans else you’d know that.

    Okeydokey FenokeyOkeydokey FenokeyVor 2 Tage
  • I got news for you: they’re ALL story elements. Prime directive, no cloaked ships, no good Earth defense yards yada yada. Ok, the no good earth defense IS really lame. But most of your critiques aren’t critiques of the Navy-they’re critiques of the Federation. Star Fleet doesn’t create the Prime Directive, the federation does. Star Fleet doesn’t sign the Treaty of Algernon, the Federation does. You can blame Star Fleet for the families on board but then that’s another one of those story telling elements. I guess. The Enterprise C was a great episode because, in part, there were no families on board-just horny, fatalistic, sexy officers facing certain death and falling in love in the shadow of it.

    David C.David C.Vor 2 Tage
  • Tighten up your collar Crewman !

    Noble House FoundationNoble House FoundationVor 2 Tage
  • How........in Q's name............did you not mention the lack of security cameras?

    Lizzy ChromeLizzy ChromeVor 2 Tage
  • Earth Defense Network, Mars Defense Perimeter, and after wolf 359, an earth defense fleet was formed. this formally became the 3rd fleet during the sector wide Dominion War. so yes earth did have defenses. but in the first actual battle with the borg, who have been assimilating hundreds of species, dozens of whom had much more advanced tech than ANYTHING in the alpha quadrant, of course they are going to suck against them. eventually thanks to quantum torpedoes and multi-phasic shields, the borg became a nuisance rather than a threat. cloaking... hmmm Andorians, Vulcans, Rigilians, and about 4 maybe 5 dozen other species did not come up with cloaking tech either. just the romulans and klingons. i could pick apart more, but ill leave it at your an idiot.

    James BlackJames BlackVor 2 Tage
  • Oi you left New Zealand off your world map! We exist you know really we do!!! its Australia that's the hoax.

    KiwiFighterKiwiFighterVor 2 Tage
  • Hey buddy, its just sci-fi. Get back to reality...

    Steven VertessenSteven VertessenVor 2 Tage
  • Fine, DE-visions! I'll watch this goddamn video!

    AnvilshockAnvilshockVor 2 Tage
  • No one has mentioned the lack of Seatbelts yet it seems

    ZenkirenZenkirenVor 2 Tage
  • Wolf 359 was a hard lesson for Starfleet indeed, but one needs to keep in mind that it hadn't faced an enemy of that magnitude before, One borg Cube is a much larger threat then a Klingon Fleet which had been the worst the Federation had faced up to that point, also seeing that the Earth Romulan War was Pre-Federation (and would've been the next season of Enterprise), to understand the Disaster of Wolf 359 one needs to understand that the Federation has had so far only Equal or Slightly superior foes, and up until the Dominion War not had a war that required the total mobilization of the Federation, (leaving out STD for I'm not even sure What the hell they're trying to accomplish and besides would require a rewrite of TOS>Voyager Lore), The Tactics and general doctrine of Attack of Fleet based operations at the time of Wolf 359 was Line tactics in which wave upon wave got released upon the Cube making the numerical advantage void, all due to the minimization of the risk of Friendly fire, something that got abandoned directly after the analysis of the disaster in favor of massed firepower to overwhelm the Cube. on the point of Generation Starships one does need to remember that Starfleet hasn't been at War for a Long time, they've had skirmishes but nothing that would truly endanger their ships, and the tenant was that those Generation Starships would be out there in the void for in excess of 5 Years doing a mission of exploration and only after Wolf 359 it truly resonated throughout the Federation that there are things out there that goes bump in the night that are truly terrifyingly powerful requiring ships made for the sole purpose of taking care of military threats

    Voron AgrravVoron AgrravVor 2 Tage
  • Actually yes. Each species within the federation has their own ships with their own crews. Like the Andorians, one of the founding Federation species, and like also the Tellarites. They have their own ships, with their own crews. Though you will see an Andorian or a Tellarite roaming about on other ships from time to time. And have you not noticed that in every other series of ST, they will encounter occasionally Federation ships, with all alien crews. Like that one time DS9 got a visit from a all Vulcan crew spaceship... and The Sisko had a baseball game against that crew? And tbh, that would make sense. Each species, though working together, will have a natural preferance for cohabitting a ship with their own species, I'd think. That is not racist. It's just smart, to work within an environment comfortable, with folks just like you and your cultural background and habbits.

    George SaintGeorge SaintVor 2 Tage
  • I always thought they should put set belts on the damn chairs on the bridge.

    gomezy3kgomezy3kVor 2 Tage

    below mebelow meVor 2 Tage
  • Word was half human....human mother..klingon father

    Chris BaldwinChris BaldwinVor 2 Tage
    • It seems his biological mother is unknown, probably Klingon. But he was raised by human adoptive parents

      Generation FilmsGeneration FilmsVor 2 Tage
  • It's good to see that someone who would devote their life to a stupid TV program has got an Apple computer.

    vvmmuuvvmmuuVor 2 Tage
  • its bad writing. a realistic Federation would evolve by the work of many people.

    Miklos de RijkMiklos de RijkVor 3 Tage
  • Some nerds figured out. Says the man wearing a fricking red shirt.

    John-Arthur GrabhamJohn-Arthur GrabhamVor 3 Tage
  • comparing the Star Empire with Star fleet is like comparing the Roman Empire to any now existing Civilisation i mean they controlled the whole freaking Galaxys of course they were way more advanced Star Fleet doesn't even control the Alpha Quadrant fully so its not a fair comparison looking at the obviously much bigger fleet of the Empire

    ErdnusschokoladeErdnusschokoladeVor 3 Tage
  • No no no no no you forgot the biggest of all flaws: no one could seem to close there fist when punching.

    Loghan EppsLoghan EppsVor 3 Tage
  • Ok, I understand this as Starfleet flaws as an organization. But there are also some flaws when they design their ships. Like the lack of seatbelts.

    Beugerard GgsBeugerard GgsVor 3 Tage
  • The Federation had no Death Stars or even space stations with lots of weapons because it would destroy the story lines.. Everything they have is.... "just enough." just enough to fight, but not out right destroy, just enough to see but not prevent (as in the space stations, and DS9), just enough ships to win but not to dominate, just enough galaxy class ships to lead the way but every other ship follows etc. Just enough military on the ship to qualify as military but also just enough family to go into side stories whenever they want...

    ThomasConservativeThomasConservativeVor 3 Tage
  • they are called plot twist, to be fair true real is life is boring and does not make an interesting read. It is why TV shows and movies are they way they are. How many books converted to a show did not follow the book (the firm) . One thing I think is real funny about Star trek is the ""bible" which all plots follow and how everything works. REALLY, ever hear about the ""star trek Enterprise design contest" ? You can find in old 1970's comic books the plans were available. They would up in a book i got in the 80's and if you want to see some watch the original Star Trek movie in the rec hall "all those ships are named Enterprise (the double ring one was a cruise ship according to my book The transporter was invented because no shuttle was ready for the pilot And for the those who like are so sure about things here is a good question ""What is on Captain Kirks Gravestone ?????" Not the movie series

    billfusionenterprisebillfusionenterpriseVor 3 Tage
  • How about the fact that the starfleet flagship doesn't have a flag officer in command?

    Joel StuckiJoel StuckiVor 3 Tage
  • the federation didn't allow cloaking devices because they try to be peaceful whit every species they encounter but if they just pop out of nowhere whit cloaking devices that would scare the species and make them think the federation is hostile

    sub to pewds unsub from t-seriessub to pewds unsub from t-seriesVor 3 Tage
  • No Deal is the best deal get us Out! Anyway where the cloaking device is concerned the flaw isn't the treaty of Algernon but in fact that you don't need to be invisible if you can just phase through matter lol! And wasn't there an episode of DS9 wherein the entire crew aboard a nebula class starship were all Vulcan?

    Lord DebrickLord DebrickVor 3 Tage
  • oh my god, how can one person make so many mistakes ... and a comparision with star wars is the most stupid of them all, cause its totally different. and seriously, ge ur facts straight.

    Locutus von BorgLocutus von BorgVor 3 Tage
  • And since it's fiction ... who gives a shit.

    Philip VenterPhilip VenterVor 3 Tage
    • +Generation Films ... nah not really, just figured it may be interesting. Stopped watching at the reverse engineering part of the cloaking device.

      Philip VenterPhilip VenterVor 2 Tage
    • Seem like you do, since you watched this video

      Generation FilmsGeneration FilmsVor 3 Tage
  • pretty sure the borg can track cloaked ships... though I can't recall it ever coming up, it seems like a thing they'd be able to do.

    king james488king james488Vor 3 Tage
  • Starfleet was the Mon Calamari of Star Trek.

    Lul LipopLul LipopVor 3 Tage
  • what i was missing after the introduction of the defiant class why the federation didnt start to build a massive fleet of them? easy to produce, small compact size no fancy stuff and most importantly it has decent enough firepower and doesnt require a 1000 member crew like the galaxy class. if i would be in charge of them i would just say? "hmm what a lovely ship. i buy 100 per member planet" i dont think anyone would even try to invade any federation planet flying that firepower around it

    Barnabás KámánBarnabás KámánVor 3 Tage
  • The biggest flaw is where they entered a treaty that prohibited cloaking devices. As you pointed out that alone would have ended, prevented or won many conflicts that the federation suffered devastating loses in.

    DracoToraDracoToraVor 3 Tage
  • TOG, The Enterprise ran cross a sister ship that had an entirely Vulcan crew at one point, of course they were all dead.

    TheJadeFistTheJadeFistVor 3 Tage
  • The federation should mandate minimum standing forces of all member worlds. There are literally 10's of thousands of member worlds. And a few hundred is considered a full scale assault fleet several times in DS9. Imagine if they had a galaxy class equivalent or higher at every star system, at a minimum. DS9 is under attack, we got 400 ships on the way to help within hours. It would have been a very different war.

    TheJadeFistTheJadeFistVor 3 Tage
  • Starfleet wasn't so much a navy but scientific explorers. They had state of the art weapons and shields strictly for defensive purposes (think NASA but armed). Warships would still be largely ineffective against the Borg because of their ability to adapt and upgrade in seconds. Starfleet's only real flaw was that they didn't militarize right away. There were a lot of non human members of Starfleet, there just werent that many non human officers.

    Jason HassemanJason HassemanVor 3 Tage
  • One Defiant vs 250k star destroyers? Defiant, easy.

    Darren RogersDarren RogersVor 3 Tage
  • I know the English are afraid of freedom but Brexit baby!

    shokka3shokka3Vor 3 Tage
  • If Star fleet had had more advantages like clocking technology the series would have suffered a very boring story line. Remember it's fiction....

    Bob MillerBob MillerVor 3 Tage
  • What credit card do you recommend for star fleet?

    D ConnettD ConnettVor 3 Tage
  • Woulda been nice to see Worf start up a death metal band on TNG, lol

    Hector DefendiHector DefendiVor 3 Tage
  • StarBase 74? You mean, SpaceDock or StarBase 1?

    Jules VallezJules VallezVor 3 Tage
    • No, Star base 74, they used the same model for many Starbases and space dock, but it is supposed to be the biggest

      Generation FilmsGeneration FilmsVor 3 Tage
  • The USS Intrepid (NCC-1631) was crewed entirely by Vulcans in the original series, episode "The Immunity Syndrome"

    robskalasrobskalasVor 3 Tage
    • I didn't know it was a star fleet ship, just a Vulcan vessel

      John SmithJohn SmithVor Tag
  • The bigest flaw is ... It's a show AKA fiction and Santa Clause doent existe either :)

    Francis MarcouxFrancis MarcouxVor 3 Tage
  • THEY put the bridges right up front and on top of the saucers so they are easy targets

    RodimusbillRodimusbillVor 3 Tage
  • The BIGGEST Star Trek flaws are: TNG, DS9, Voy, most of ENT and all of STD. CBS needs a solid boot in the reproductive organs so they rewrite the Treaty of Akanar (lawsuit) to allow TOS movies and FAN-Flicks more and longer stories. USS Intrepid was a Vulcan starship. Starbase 001 was a "standard" starbase design and had Phaser and Photon Torpedo's onboard for defense plus multiple Warp generators and Warp Engines so it could move itself into position pretty much anywhere, "Taurus Reach". voyager needs to be removed and all copies destroyed, introduce computer worms that target that series specifically and any connecting mentions. Put the capt and crew of voyager in prison upon return to Star Trek (canon) space and timeline.

    Rob JonesRob JonesVor 3 Tage
  • how can Vulcans hate the smell of humans when hate is an emotion?

    Ian IrelandIan IrelandVor 3 Tage
  • First time seeing your channel, great work. You earned a new sub today. Cheers mate!

    Jerry WatsonJerry WatsonVor 3 Tage
  • I don't know about a flaw but all of the damn timeline/time travel episodes drove me nuts. Ok, so the Enterprise had to go back in time to fight the Enterprise that went forward in time to fight the Enterprise that went back in time before the other Enterprise went back in time to fight the Enterprise that was trying to alter time to stop the Enterprise from going forward in time so it could alter time and stop the Enterprise in the past from reaching the present. Riiiiiiight. I'm all over that. Got it.

    John FJohn FVor 4 Tage
  • Star fleet did not have the moral high ground the BORG do. They don't have to put up with the crap the other factions have to.

    Joel SmithJoel SmithVor 4 Tage
  • The treaty of Algernon. Did flowers come with it?

    Joel SmithJoel SmithVor 4 Tage
    • They did, and Starfleet wised up...temporarily.

      Matt CelisMatt CelisVor Tag
  • Vulcans have their own ships with vulcan crews. Cisko plays baseball with one such a crew in one episode.

    lygophilelygophileVor 4 Tage
  • Star Trek Enterprise is considered noncanon by almost any Star Trek fan.

    lygophilelygophileVor 4 Tage
  • Tucker was listening to 2 minutes to midnight from iron maiden in ENT

    Victor RandVictor RandVor 4 Tage
  • You're supposed to know that the Federation are not warmongering twats. They do respect agreements. I guess is too much to expect from a Brit to be honorable and try not to backstab people around.

    Veritech DCSVeritech DCSVor 4 Tage
  • Ugh, I vowed never to watch even a second of that blasphemous show which shall not be named which is not Star Trek, and now because of you I have. For shame.

    kutarkkutarkVor 4 Tage
  • Never interested unless original cast

    MK DukeMK DukeVor 4 Tage
  • Ds9 states there is a federation ship entirely crewed by Vulcans. The episode where sissko gets the crew to form a baseball team to play the fore mentioned ships crew of Vulcans. The Vulcan captain has a belief that Vulcans are better than humans in every way and crews his ship accordingly

    Seyla AliSeyla AliVor 4 Tage
  • In Star Trek TOS episode "The Immunity Syndrome", Enterprise responded to a distress call from a sister ship that encountered the space amoeba. USS Intrepid was crewed entirely by Vulcans.

    Rob DyckRob DyckVor 4 Tage