The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation

startrek generation The Best of Star Trek: The Next GenerationCBS DVD
In shops on 12 May

Now that you have all seen the new movie and dropped your Enterprise onesies off at the dry cleaners, you will surely be revisiting your series of choice. Both the original recipe and Next Generation have put out these “best of” DVDs. For this disc, it’s four episodes, two of which are when Picard gets sucked in by The Borg. This DVD is fine as a starter set. For me it just made me ask all those where-are-they-now questions about the cast. My mind wandered to “Stand By Me,” ‘Reading Rainbow,’ ‘The View’ and whatever the hell the rest of them are up to. With only four episodes, the price of $15 makes sense, but to call it ‘best of’? C’mon now. This is a paltry collection. Maybe it’s fine for some 6 year-old who just wants a taste of the old school trek, but the rest of us know we’re far better off saving our pennies for the complete series or something equally as nerdy and pricey.

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Author: JP

JP SARNI is a producer and writer who holds a BFA in Media and Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design. Producer credits include: "Heartland" (short / set to premiere at the 2007 San Francisco International Gay & Lesbian Fim Festival), "The Launch" (short), readings of the rock opera "Utah's Crying" under his M├ętropole Ink production entity, plus "Play Ball! A Trilogy of Baseball Films" (associate producer) and "Flashback" (producer / showcase production) for Weird Sisters. For two years, he worked as a producer and on-air reporter for SIRIUS Satellite Radio (on programs including "The Judith Regan Show"). He has just finished line producing the feature-length documentary, The Pennhurst Project, for Radioaktivefilm NYC (The Ground Truth), and will next be line producing Charles Forbes' Minor Gods for the Summer Play Festival at Theatre Row. Additionally, he has worked for legendary publicist Bobby Zarem, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, and numerous film production credits, including: Alfie, WTC View, and the upcoming P.S., I Love You.

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