Captain Picard and Captain Sisko each live out another person’s life, in two of the finest episodes in all of Star Trek.
Read More “You are the dreamer, and the dream”: The Inner Light (TNG) vs. Far Beyond the Stars (DS9)
22nd-century Earth has a ways to go before becoming a perfect paradise … and 24th-century Earth may not be so perfect after all.
Read More “Paradise has never seemed so well-armed”: Homefront & Paradise Lost (DS9) vs. Demons & Terra Prime (Enterprise)
The crew of Voyager come to terms with being stranded in the Delta Quadrant, and the crew of Deep Space Nine “shouldn’t have to mourn alone”.
Read More “We’ve got a long way to go”: Eye of the Needle (Voyager) vs. The Sound of Her Voice (DS9)
A Romulan defector and a mysterious Cardassian show us what true patriotism might look like, in two fine examples of Star Trek at its Star Trek-iest.
Read More “I’ll try to make my lies more opaque”: The Defector (TNG) vs. Duet (DS9)
The crew of Voyager meet another Starfleet crew who aren’t nearly as cool about being stranded in the Delta Quadrant as they are; the crew of the Discovery learn that Starfleet Command has made a genocidal Terran their new captain.
Read More “Do we need a mutiny today to prove who we are?”: Equinox, Parts 1 & 2 (Voyager) vs. The War Without, The War Within & Will You Take My Hand? (Discovery)
In these two stand-out episodes, we take a trip into two darker timelines … and get a glimpse of the very different TV shows that The Next Generation and Voyager could have been.
Read More “I’d like my death to count for something”: Yesterday’s Enterprise (TNG) vs. Year of Hell (VOY)
Two disgraced officers are sprung from prison for one last mission: to give us a new perspective on just how utopian Starfleet actually is.
Read More “I always thought Starfleet had a lot to learn from me”: Ensign Ro (TNG) vs. Context is for Kings (DSC)