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  1. On its own, it already looks really good. but once you show the intended changes, then yeah, it's gonna look even better!
  2. Looks good enough to... well... eat!
  3. All coming along really well there. @derex3592. Nice work on the bow planes.
  4. Phenomenal build, and so quick too! In awe!
  5. I know, right! And that takes us back to @pengbuzz's comment about ignoring the first two. But, though it took a while to get here*, at least season 3 is living up to what we had hoped the whole series had been from the start. * though there is no guarantee this level of writing and plot will survive the next episode or two...
  6. In a clinch, I would prefer Riker or Picard over Shaw. Keeping in mind that the first two season were not 'stellar' the last two episodes have put them out to pasture! The writing in these two has been far above their usual par, and that's not just because the bar has been lowered. The first time I felt anything approaching the level of TNG has been these last two.
  7. Very true, though here's hoping it does not suffer a quiet death...
  8. @derex3592 From the option there, I'd choose Alclad over grey.
  9. Quibbles and slight niggles non-withstanding, this was a very good episode! I was pleasantly surprised to see Ro back, and her entire interaction with Picard was nicely done. For a second episode in a row, there was a charged, deeply meaningful interaction, as they were basically vetting each other while digging into their past. I loved the duality of one conversation serving two purposes. As to her being back in Star Fleet Intelligence they are a little more shady that your average Star Fleet branch and would certainly have many uses for an agent with her background. And she serves as a good tie-in to the Warf/Raffi plot line. And what's happening to Jack?! That's something I really hope they don't stumble on, like the Burn. Shipwise, I was okay with the look of the Intrepid, but I much prefer it's design forbear, the USS Wasp. All in all , really impressed with these past two episodes. This is the story line I'd been waiting two seasons for! Please, STP, keep. This. Up!!
  10. That is certainly encouraging news. https://www.empireonline.com/tv/news/willow-series-isnt-cancelled-volume-2-planned-jon-kasdan/ I'd have no problem giving it a year or two if they need it.
  11. I think a big problem is no one wants to give a show a chance to 'mature' anymore. It has to be perfect from the first scene and first word, otherwise the aforementioned 'echo chamber' comes into effect. Yes, Willow had some lackluster episodes, but it ended in a strong way. There's more reason to think that trend would have continued into a second season than not.
  12. I think it is really good. I have not read the books so I don't how close to the source material it is. I was going to, but found that it is written in first person perspective rather than omni, which I don't like, so I'm sticking to the live action. I rewatched the first season just the other day, and still enjoyed it just as much. The characters are done really well and the special effects are great. I think, other than Alina, Kaz and his Crows are my fav characters. It is good to wait, esp with Netflix, to make sure it is worth staying with it, you know just in case they cancel it for 'reasons...' Just for that reason, I'm hoping season 2 is pretty well closed up at the end.
  13. Great looking Hornet! "Tower, permission to buzz the shot glass?" Awesome!! Get to see another Penbuild on the way!
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