spudthedestroyer wrote:However, there was a furry alien that sounded like Captain Sisko out of DS9
Rick Worthy actually.
spudthedestroyer wrote:In that other episode there were these fish people, reptiles, these guys with cheap face putty and the sisko furry guys and I think they were talking about building or using a weapon that wasn't ready on earth.
I believe those are all called Xindi (Zin-Dee). Reptilian, Arboreal/Sloth (why they list this one as both?), Aquatic, Insectoid, & Humanoid. There was a 6th now extinct Xindi race known as Avians.
spudthedestroyer wrote:I guess they used this doomsday device
Not yet, but at the end of the ep, it disappeared.
OMFG!!! -=> T'Pol tells Reed at one point, "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." Ripped from Spock to Kirk in Star Trek II the Wrath of Khan.
And again!!! -=> As of Ep 54 "This is the first time we see an Enterprise crewman die." How can no crewman die in that many, especially in the 'Red-shirt' universe???
Geeze! Stop the pain!!! -=> Ep 64 - T'Pol states "Most mythology is based on fact", Spock said this in the TOS episode "The Way to Eden".
My eyes are bleeding!!! -=> Ep 68 - Phlox's line "I'm a physician, not an engineer" is an obvious reference to The Original Series, in which Dr. McCoy often complained that he was a doctor and not something else (ex: "I'm a doctor, not a mechanic."). T'Pol saying "Fascinating" is also a nod to TOS given that Mr. Spock often said the word.
When Phlox sees something on the hull of the ship, it is very similiar to Shatner's classic episode of The Twilight Zone, where he sees a creature on an airplane's wing during a flight.
I can't tell you how many times I came across "this episode is very similar to that of the a Deep Space Nine episode", or Voyager, or tNG, or ToS.
Are these writers really so strapped for ideas that they not only have to contradict ALL movies & series, but basically rewrite previously written episodes to fit this new PoS series.