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Our civilization has advanced scientifically and technologically, to the point where intergalactical travel is not only possible, but ordinary. Yet somehow, we have no forking clue of how to quarantine somebody with an unknown deadly disease*. Not even when the rest of the crew starts showing the same symptoms!
* Disease, intoxication... whatever. They didn't even bother to provide an explanation for the mistery. Just found a cure online. Not even The original series, with its awful 60s scripts was so lame...

What, a teenager sequestered the engineering section of the ship? No problem, nothing to worry about...

And is there only one doctor aboard? No nurses, no other medical staff? So, before they picked her on the previous episode, there was no doctor at all?

The whole episode is based on so many ridiculous premises... it's quite stupid. Not worse than the acting, though...

Is this the best Star Trek has to offer? Seriously? :pensive:

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The famous infamous "The Naked Now" episode.

This had one of the greatest moments of the first season. Yes that one. But the problem here, and it has become apparent the more often I watch this, is not the story itself , but the awful acting performances. It's all just a little too much.

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This is a remake of an episode from the original series; like many remakes, it's inferior to the original. While this one has its moments, some disturbing content--especially implied sexual relations between Data and a human woman--messed this up for me. The language was actually rather clean...until the last scene or two; then they fouled it up.

Content Concerns:
Sex: Implied sex between a male-type android and a human woman; Data is stopped short before making a crude joke. 2/5
Nudity: A woman is seen wearing an outfit that displays her midriff, her back, and a bit of the lower part of her chest. 3/5
Language: Four or so d-words; one or two h-words; two or three misuses of God's name. 2/5
Violence: Sci-fi action violence throughout. 3/5
Drugs: It is said that the reactions that the crew has are like being intoxicated. 4/5
Frightening/Intense Scenes: Plenty of emotional intensity; the ship nearly gets destroyed; Geordi is seen without his visor. 3/5

Score: 3/5

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