Did you like Q (Star Trek TNG character )

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25 Nov 2013, 4:38 pm

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If I remember correctly, in the original NEXT GEN episode ("Hide and Q"), an away team boarded a Borg cube and were completely mystified at first...Maybe Archer's crew failed to write up detailed reports?
Archer's crew never boarded a borg cube. They knew that they assimilated people & ships but that was about it.


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25 Nov 2013, 5:25 pm

Q was a pain in the butt.



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07 Mar 2019, 5:43 pm

He really liked human culture which I felt was a bit strange



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07 Mar 2019, 5:47 pm

I think Q would have paraphrased Spiderman's uncle Ben. "With great power comes great boredom."

He was fascinated because humans had to struggle and strive, although not as much as we do today in some ways, but had a little maturity and common sense at last after thousands of years of dark ages and killing each other.

I can relate to Q as I wish I could hitch a ride on the Enterprise.


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07 Mar 2019, 5:51 pm

Q was one of the best characters.



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15 Mar 2019, 6:51 pm

Q is equal parts entertaining and annoying. He is responsible for some great star trek episodes ("Q Who", "Tapestry") and some not so great ones.

Trying to analyze the Q is nonsensical. It's like trying to understand humans from how we act in video games.

Always nice to see John DeLancie show up in other series like The West Wing, Stargate, and Breaking Bad.


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