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Posted: Jun 6 2008, 02:43 PM
Member No.: 616
Joined: 6-June 08
Are you an episode expert? I'm giving a presentation to educators and want to use Star Trek clips on the subject of "Re-imagination." I know that has been a huge theme throughout Star Trek (re-imagining a better world, a better life, transforming a corrupt entity/system into a virtuous one, etc.) but I can't recall which episodes/scenes exemplify this the best. Can you please help? The Original Series is my favorite, so recommendations from that time would be ideal, but any series or Trek film works. Give me your top 5!
Posted: Jul 17 2008, 12:36 AM
Member No.: 362
Joined: 3-September 07
One of the best lines about a better future was Kirk's. Something about "Yes we're barbarians, but we resolve not to be barbarians today" or some such thing.
It's from A Taste of Armageddon.