I’ve posted five new reviews for TNG’s sixth season, including what I’ve always gathered was a fan-favorite, “Tapestry.” I’m sure my less-than-perfect rating will get me excoriated by those whose days I just ruined by not agreeing that this was the end-all-be-all of TNG, even though I like the episode a hell of a lot.
Picard gets the opportunity to change key events in his youth in “Tapestry.”
Or perhaps there are people out there who agree with me that “Tapestry” is a standout episode, but not as profound as some people make it out to be.
Hey, I could be one of the people who is wrong on this one. And the flip side of the coin: There might be people out there who hate “Tapestry,” although I severely doubt those people are nearly as numerous as those who love it.
Bottom line is: Thanks to the Internet, we can find all ranges on the spectrum, and most important, we can discuss it all in the comment sections. Of course, since these are the Jammer’s Reviews & Blog comment sections, I know the comments will be absolutely first-rate, without the stupidity and flame wars that show up in a lot of Internet comment areas.
Oh yeah: This batch of reviews also includes Die Hard on the Enterprise. Let’s have at it people. Yippee ki-yay, Mr. Riker!