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Survive the fire caves! BOOKMARK THE BUNKER--->https://julay.world/strek/

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6fafeb  No.33302

Get in here fagets. We're making Cardassia great again.

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710407  No.33303

>>33302

>and no one came

god this board used to be so good

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6fafeb  No.33304

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>>33303

I hope they bring back the attention hungry games. We were pretty good at that.

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8b39f4  No.33305

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Needs the hat.

How you Trekbros been? I missed you fuckers.

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6fafeb  No.33306

>>33305

Hanging in there. Waiting for Picard. Not getting my hopes up.

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4fa6a5  No.33307

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>>33306

Same.

Apparently Stewart only signed because they promised that the Federation wouldn't be the one from the Berman-era (expect a lot of orange man bad and brexit references).

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6fafeb  No.33308

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c2b982  No.33320

>>33307

I don't know if i will be able to put myself through it. Modern narrative television is a lame duck, it feels like the so called golden age peaked 5 or 6 years ago and the only people riding the hype are actually riding coat tails.

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8b39f4  No.33382

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>>33320

>Modern narrative television is a lame duck

Sometimes I wonder if it's because of all the wars with a draft. You get the majority of your future writers sent off to do dangerous, interesting shit, spending time with all sorts of different people in weird places, and in the end they can write better than someone who hasn't done anything more interesting than film school with the other rich kids they grew up with.

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8b906a  No.33403

I think that 30 to 40 years ago TV was

really profitable, but with very little competition, so people were willing to put aside budget and schedule slots for risky ventures, and see if they make the next big thing.

I think, between the rise in Home Viewing, the internet and social media, studios are more risk averse, theres a much smaller piece of the profit pie available and they dont want to jeporadise the numbers, there is still some amazing things being written, its just that if it is being filmed, its sat at 300 views on some youtube channel or being played at your regional film festival amongst a sea of other horse shit.

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