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    Default ST Discovery has Spock's Adopted Sister

    I guess it's "all in the family"!
    http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/star-tr...adopted-sister
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    Quote Originally Posted by koenigrules View Post
    I guess it's "all in the family"!
    http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/star-tr...adopted-sister
    Jim
    Taking a page from ST V, I see....with unmentioned relatives. LOL!
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    LOL.....ummmm...has this been canceled yet?

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    Pfeh...

    Yet another reason that I won't be watching this turkey. I'll stick with "The Orville" for my Sci-Fi TV fix this season.
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    I am really looking forward to The Orville, the modern-day equivalent of Quark.

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    And there's more Discovery news:
    Klingons with ESP?????
    http://www.darkhorizons.com/discover...-extra-senses/

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    Klingons with ESP....ok I can keep somewhat of an open mind about that. ....ok....maybe not the best choice of words.
    Clearly, the production staff are not making use of their on-board "superfan veto squad of canon Nazis", which is kind of a relief to me.


    But....all things considered.....I'm still just not all that interested in this show.

    Bring on The Orville.... and perhaps Nicholas Meyer's possible ST series.
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    ESP not possible for Klingons?
    ...Why the self loathing Martok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromanzr View Post
    ESP not possible for Klingons?
    ...Why the self loathing Martok?
    LOL!


    Did I say that? No, I said I could have an open mind about that.

    The big thing that turned me off about the series (aside from all the pc crap they're supposedly cramming in it) is this notion of a "superfan veto squad of canon Nazis".....superfans the showrunners supposedly brought on board to ensure "canon integrity"..... a group of no-lifers who apparently have the veto power to say: "You can't do that in Star Trek!"
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