A bad episode. Picard with hair, yikes. The only great scene is seeing Work open palm bitch slap the rapist. Kahplah!
More hilarity than horror. Troi flying was hilariously silly. Guinan’s gun, whoa!
What a cringe-worthy super icky episode. First, La Forge was acting very creepy towards Dr. Brahms -- to the point of it being borderline sexual harassment. Second, Picard accidentally kills the mother alien, then has Crusher birth the baby and then he was going to just fly away and not do anything for the baby? Really? Might as well left the baby unborn. Terrible episode.
Probably just me, but Elbrun looks and is dressed similarly like Will Farrell in Elf. Except Farrell’s Elf is a lovable character and Elbrun is annoying and generally a butthead.
Whoa this Devinoni character is a creepy near-rapist person. Shiver.
Deanna Troi: Ms. Captain Obvious.
A surprise discovery. I love this show.
There are two issues I have with this episode. The Binar's intention were to save their world, that I get. But, why did they make it so difficult for Picard and Riker to get to where they needed to? For instance locking off the turbolift to the bridge, why do that? And it was made clear that the Binar's had pre-meditated this whole thing including trapping Riker in the Holodeck just in case the Binars needed help. The Binars also said that they had no intention of keeping Picard on the ship, it was just a happy accident. But, that makes no sense since at the end, in order to save their world they had locked the files and it needed two people working in tandem to unlock the files. If Picard had not accidentally wandered into the Holodeck, then Riker could not have help save the Binar's world.
“Football is life!” Gotta love it.
Keala Settle is fantastic in this episode!
Park plus drugs. That was awesome!
Higher rating just because of Chase and peak-a-boo.
I only have so much patience and it is running low with New Amsterdam. The issue-of-the-week is getting really old.
This was a pretty pedestrian episode until that ending. Yow.
Also: In your head! On your face!
“Everybody’s dead.” OMG. C’mon Max. :grin:
“Do you know the difference between justice and punishment?”
OMG the karaoke scene was awesome!
“Get maintenance to take that down.”
LOL "I don't masterprank."
The main storyline was meh. But wow, the side stories were awesome.
The bromance grows. I really like the House/Wilson friendship.
What did you do Chase?? A great episode.
Alton is a terrible teacher for these recruits.
Stinks, they killed Amber again.
Well :asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol:that:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: was a really surprise!
Whoa, the lady judge, Ms. Choi is super picky.
Another Sherlock Holmes reference with Irene Adler.
The problem with episodes where the main characters are taken hostage are that we all know that main characters are safe. And knowing this, it sucks the tension completely out of the episode.
Still a great show, but this third season lacks the magic of the first two. The main thing that drags it down is that the character House has changed in a subtle but impactful way — and not a good way. In the first two seasons, while he was a jerk on the outside, there was always a feeling that he still cared about people. In this season, that caring is gone and he is just a jerk all around.
House and Wilson drugging each other was great fun.