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Oh my great life star trek
The next generation is a great series
A few standout episodes such as "Heart of Glory" and "Arsenal of Freedom", and the notable concept/moral science fiction links don't save it from being a mostly forgettable season. Not to mention particularly rotten episodes such as "Skin of Evil" and "Code of Honor" that are disrespectful and racist, respectively.
Watch the first episode and maybe the two standout ones, but its unremarkable otherwise, as far as I'm concerned.
Season 1 has a lot of writers from TOS and it shows. Some of the episodes did not age well at all (Code of Honor comes to mind.) That being said it's still the start of my favorite television series of all time, and I can't bring myself to rate it lower than 4/5.
Plain simple classic. Has his ups and downs but every minute of it is still way better than anything new produced by the Kurzman folks.
Fall asleep to this show for years, but also have actually watched every episode awake as well
Fantastic stories, imaginative beings and worlds, profound explorations of human nature that can teach us all so much. Love the characters in the crew - positively diverse. Start at the beginning knowing that it gets better and better. Truly great series.
Excellent. I love this season, the start for something brilliant.
A couple of episodes were rough, but besides that this is a decent start to one of the greatest TV shows ever
Undeniably adventurous, charming, and socially aware.