Tag Archives: Morality

A History Lesson With #SaveTimeless

They say you shouldn’t burn your bridges. I especially don’t want to burn any before I make them (as I hope to write for working TV shows at some point). But I am extremely disappointed in NBC. It may be … Continue reading

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Morality TV

One of the things I’ve always loved about science fiction is its ability to discuss social and moral issues without seeming heavy-handed about it. Okay, there were some wildly obvious episodes of TOS that ignored this rule (“Let That Be … Continue reading

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The Art of Morality

Recently I’ve been re-watching my least favorite Star Trek show, Voyager. In part because it’s the last of the series’ that I haven’t watched again and in part I’m a glutton for punishment. I’ve realized what it is about the … Continue reading

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