Full Details For Star Trek: TNG Season 3 & ‘Best of Both Worlds’ Blu-ray Sets

This evening CBS has now released the full details on their April Blu-ray releases. We have all the disc-by-disc specifics for Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 and the special stand-alone ‘The Best of Both Worlds’ Blu-ray sets. In addition we have high res box art, trailers and a demo of the special ‘Best of Both Worlds’ fold-out packaging along with all the pre-order links.   

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

ACCLAIMED SERIES RETURNS WITH DEBUT OF
BRAND NEW HIGH-DEFINITION COLLECTIONS

THE THIRD SEASON BLU-RAYTM
And
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS BLU-RAY

All-New Special Features Include Seth MacFarlane Moderating
Reunion Of Show Writers, Fan-Favorite Gag Reels, An In-Depth Look At The Borg,
And More!
Both Available April 30, 2013

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (February 8, 2013) – Continuing the series of high-definition collections celebrated by fans, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION™ – THE THIRD SEASON and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS will both arrive on Blu-ray Disc April 30 from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution in separate must-have sets packed with all-new special features. Both collections are the result of the painstaking restoration of the renowned series that involved returning to the original film elements. The results have critics raving that “this set will feel like you’re experiencing a brand-new show” (IGN).

Boasting an unprecedented reunion of Next Generation writers moderated by comedian and Star Trek fan Seth MacFarlane, this third season collection features an all-new feature entitled “Inside The Writer’s Room.” Including fascinating discussion on the creation of the show’s acclaimed third season by some of today’s most visionary science fiction television writers, MacFarlane leads a panel that includes Ronald Moore, Brannon Braga, Naren Shankar and Rene Echevarria. Plus, the collection is highlighted by an all-new multi-part documentary “Resistance is Futile: Assimilating The Next Generation,” which reveals behind-the-scenes insight on the making of Season Three, focusing on the drastic changes to the creative and writing staff leading to the arrival of new show runner Michael Piller. Also, the set features a special tribute to Piller, including never-before-seen interviews with cast, crew, family members and industry colleagues who all discuss his lasting influence not only on the series, but also on the Star Trek franchise as a whole. Rounding out the exclusive bonus material includes an all-new gag reel and newly produced commentary on select episodes.

The STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – THE THIRD SEASON Blu-ray is a
6-disc collection featuring all 26 episodes of the third season. Continuing to follow the remarkable voyages of the Starship Enterprise, the third season includes some of the most celebrated episodes in Star Trek canon.

Hailed by TV Guide as one of the best television episodes of all time*, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION –
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Blu-ray features a seamlessly edited, one-part, feature length 86 minute presentation of the classic two-part cliffhanger. In this fan favorite episode, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is captured and assimilated by the Borg. Available in high-definition for the first time ever, a centerpiece to the release is a newly-produced documentary “Regeneration: Engaging the Borg.” Offering fans an in-depth exploration into the creation of The Next Generation’s most iconic villains, along with the making of the episode, the exclusive feature
includes all-new interviews with the show’s production staff, visual effects artists, writers, and cast as they reveal the challenges faced in producing one of the most technically complex episodes of the series. Plus the set includes an exclusive gag reel and all-new commentary with technical consultants Mike and Denise Okuda, actor Elizabeth Dennehy and director Cliff Bole.

SET DETAILS

The STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – THE THIRD SEASON will be available in 1080p with English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, English Stereo Surround, French Mono, Italian Mono, German Mono, Castilian Mono, and Japanese Mono. The discs also include English SDH, French, German, Castilian, Italian, Japanese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish subtitles. The Blu-ray is Not Rated in the U.S. and rated PG in Canada, and it will be available for the suggested retail price of $130.00 U.S. and $150.00 Canada. Its disc breakdown is as follows:

Disc One:
Episodes
• Evolution
• The Ensigns of Command
• The Survivors
• Who Watches The Watchers?
• The Bonding
Special Features
• Archival Mission Log: Mission Overview Year Three (SD)
• Audio Commentary with Ron Moore on “The Bonding” – NEW!
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)
o Promo #3 (SD)
o Promo #4 (SD)
o Promo #5 (SD)

Disc Two:
Episodes
• Booby Trap
• The Enemy
• The Price
• The Vengeance Factor
• The Defector
Special Features
• Archival Mission Log: Selected Crew Analysis Year Three (SD)
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)
o Promo #3 (SD)
o Promo #4 (SD)
o Promo #5 (SD)

Disc Three:
Episodes
• The Hunted
• The High Ground
• Deja Q
• A Matter of Perspective
• Yesterday’s Enterprise
Special Features
• Archival Mission Log: Departmental Briefing Year Three: Memorable Missions (SD)
• Audio commentary with Ron Moore and Ira Steven Behr on “Yesterday’s Enterprise – NEW!
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)
o Promo #3 (SD)
o Promo #4 (SD)
o Promo #5 (SD)

Disc Four:
Episodes
• The Offspring
• Sins of the Father
• Allegiance
• Captain’s Holiday
Special Features
• Archival Mission Log: Departmental Briefing Year Three: Production (SD)
• Audio Commentary with Rene Echevarria and Jonathan Frakes on “The Offspring” –NEW!
• Audio Commentary with Ron Moore on “Sins of the Father” – NEW!
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)
o Promo #3 (SD)
o Promo #4 (SD)

Disc Five:
Episodes
• Tin Man
• Hollow Pursuits
• The Most Toys
• Sarek
• Ménage à Troi
Special Features
• Gag Reel (HD) – NEW!
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)
o Promo #3 (SD)
o Promo #4 (SD)
o Promo #5 (SD)

Disc Six:
Episodes
• Transfigurations
• The Best of Both Worlds, Part I
Special Features
• Star Trek The Next Generation: Inside The Writer’s Room (HD) – NEW!
• Resistance is Futile: Assimilating The Next Generation (HD) – NEW!
• A Tribute to Michael Pillar (HD) – NEW!
• Episodic Promos
o Promo #1 (SD)
o Promo #2 (SD)

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION — THE THIRD SEASON
Street Date: April 30, 2013
Suggest retail price: $130.00 US / $150.00 CAN
Catalog #: 136584
Runtime: 1,181 minutes
U.S. Rating: Not Rated
CAN Rating: PG

box art

trailer

You can pre-order TNG S3 at Amazon – discounted to $91 (due April 30th).

The STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Blu-ray will be available in 1080p with English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, English Stereo Surround, French Mono, Italian Mono, German Stereo, Castilian Mono and Japanese Mono. The discs also include English SDH, French, Italian, German, Castilian, Japanese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish subtitles. The Blu-ray is Not Rated in the U.S. and rated PG in Canada, and it will be available for the suggested retail price of $28.28 U.S. and $32.00 Canada. Its disc breakdown is as follows:

• The Best Of Both Worlds
Special Features
• Audio Commentary with Cliff Bole, Mike Okuda & Denise Okuda, and Elizabeth Dennehy – NEW!
• Regeneration: Engaging the Borg – NEW!
• Gag Reel – NEW!

Street Date: April 30, 2013
Suggest retail price: $28.28 US / $32.00 CAN
Catalog #: 7912963
Runtime: 86 minutes
U.S. Rating: Not Rated
CAN Rating: PG

Box art

Video demo of folding cover

Trailer

You can pre-order The Best of Both Worlds Blu-ray discounted to $17.49 (due April 30th).

You can also order TNG S1 and S2 (both released in 2012) from Amazon.

 

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freezejeans
February 8, 2013 6:52 pm

This may prompt me to finally get a Blu-ray player.

alec
February 8, 2013 7:21 pm

1. freezejeans – February 8, 2013

Resistance is futile!

MJ
February 8, 2013 7:26 pm

“Best price” on Season 1 TNG Blu-Ray from Amazon vendors is now down to $42.

DaneilCraigisMyWookingBitch, are you seeing this? I told you so!

PS: Two years from now I will be able to buy the entire TNG series new on Blu-Ray for less than $140, while many of you will have paid close to $500 for it…I guarantee it.

Allen Williams
February 8, 2013 7:38 pm

I actually said back in 2009 I was willing to pay extra per season if it helped get these on blu-ray. Now here they are asking for the price of other shows on blu-ray? Its a lot less than I said I was willing to pay. So I don’t care if I end up paying more now than I would have. Besides the more money they get, the more chance we have of getting DS9, and Voyager released and Enterprise is already coming out.

MJ
February 8, 2013 7:47 pm

@4. That is why it is priced so high — because a subset of fans really believes this. You guys are just helping to set the price point so high that those of us who aren’t willing to get ripped off will have to wait to buy this later. That is why they always lower the price a lot later — because they already maxed out on you fans who don’t have a lot of common sense with your money.

Got TOS Blu-Ray complete series blu-ray last month for $82.

There is a sucker born every minute, but he’s not me.

Bill
February 8, 2013 7:56 pm

#3 Good luck with that since the DVD set from five years ago is still $250. Trek sets don’t depreciate.

Daniel Craig is my Wookie Bitch
February 8, 2013 8:15 pm

MJ,
Amazon vendors on the marketplace are not commercial retailers.
Anyone you, me or anyone can be an amazon vendor furthermore, they usually only have a single copy or two.

also watch out for marketplace vendors who are casting off the original discs, and keeping the corrected replacement discs.

Now if AMAZON.com itself was that price then thats one thing, but even then why are you gloating about this.

i have littearly made 1 post on the site in the past year, and that was in response to the other star trek bd thread.

You say you don’t want to argue and fight but yet, you purposely post something meant to get a response out of me.

to everyone else, I am so looking forward to both of these and really love the slip cover for Best of Both Worlds.

Ok back to my self imposed exile, I think this time for good. If you want to talk me I am over at Trekcore. where posters show a little class.

Daniel Craig is my Wookie Bitch
February 8, 2013 8:22 pm

one last thing MJ,
Deep Discount is not a big commercial retailer.
It was limited stock and in typical DD style they canceled a number of peoples orders claiming it was price ad, pay a visit over at bluray.com and read for yourself. (my screen name over there is WJWS Amity 13.)

Its a fact that Amazon Best Buy , target, frys etc has not gone that low.

And need I remind you it took TOS on bluray 3 and a half almost 4 years before DD offered it at that price?

Sorry some how i didnt see the above somehow erased from what was supposed to be a single post, before i hit say it.

Red Dead Ryan
February 8, 2013 8:27 pm

In Canada, the TOS Blu Ray collection is on sale for $92.00.

MJ
February 8, 2013 9:30 pm

@7 @8. Truth is, I just miss you, dude, and I know that you can’t help yourselft but to come out of woodwork to respond to me on this fairlhy minor topic. ;-))

But besides me missing you, if I can buy it from and Amazon vendor new, then it is new. You can nitpick whether that is a “real” distrubutor or not, but yet, there it is for sale new on the huge Amazon market for $42.

And please don’t try to convince me that DeepDiscount is not a real distributor — that is just ridiculous. I have been ordering from them for probably 10 years now.

@9 Exactly, and the US$ and CN$ are essentially equivalent right now.

MJ
February 8, 2013 9:32 pm

@6 “#3 Good luck with that since the DVD set from five years ago is still $250. Trek sets don’t depreciate.”

Nice theory, but like I said, I picked up TOS all three seasons Blu-Ray for $82 three weeks ago, and Red Dead Ryan can buy it right now for $8 more than that.

JP
February 8, 2013 9:39 pm

A trio of Ron Moore commentaries is even more than I had hoped for. This is a no brainer purchase for me. I don’t spend a lot of money, so splurging once every few months on Trek is fine by me. The extras on S1 and S2 were both excellent and this looks to be even more packed.

Bah Humbug
February 8, 2013 10:05 pm

Are you kidding me? The special features from the stand-alone Best of Both Worlds disc aren’t included in the S3 Blu set? What, $130 isn’t enough for these guys?

Guess I’ll wait to pick it up on ebay from someone who got it off the back of a truck…

Justin Olson
February 8, 2013 10:39 pm

@ 3&5. MJ – February 8, 2013

Two years from now I will be able to buy the entire TNG series new on Blu-Ray for less than $140, while many of you will have paid close to $500 for it…I guarantee it.

That is why it is priced so high — because a subset of fans really believes this. You guys are just helping to set the price point so high that those of us who aren’t willing to get ripped off will have to wait to buy this later. That is why they always lower the price a lot later — because they already maxed out on you fans who don’t have a lot of common sense with your money.

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$2.30 per episode is hardly being ripped off, MJ! What you are talking about is owning the entire series — seven seasons worth — for below wholesale price (i.e. less than $20 per season). That’s just completely unrealistic… and doesn’t show much common sense either.

Show me another series on Blu-ray with more than 1,100 minutes of content per season that costs less than $20.

“Fringe” comes close, but then again, it wasn’t sitting in a salt mine in Pennsylvania for a quarter century in tens of thousands of individual pieces! It’s a contemporary show on network TV which sold a ton of advertisements every week for the last 5 years. And they had HD masters ready to go!

MJ
February 9, 2013 12:18 am

@14

Heroes: The Complete Collection [Blu-ray] (2011)
List Price: $200.99
Price: $64.99
You Save: $136.00 (68%)

Multiply this times 2 to equal the approximate episode content of TNG and you get a price of $130 — $10 below what I said I would eventually be able to buy TNG complete blu-ray set for,

Enough said! Next???

Driver
February 9, 2013 12:23 am

Any chance of Season 2 getting a remaster? I am going to wait till that drops down low to buy because of the sub par x-fer.

Mark Wood
February 9, 2013 1:34 am
MJ You will almost always be able to purchase media cheaper months and years later, then original releases (unless something is completely out of print). That’s hardly news or surprising. Many of DVD and blu-rays can be lowered to under $5/ DVD, $9/ bluray and still deliver a very small profit for a studio. Most studios would never bother for just that small amount of profit. But since they charge more for the initial year, and make a lot larger amount, they can live with making far less later. It’s like the difference between first run releases and the dollar release for the theatre. Movie studios would never, ever be able to survive off of the very tiny fraction they would earn just off of the dollar run of movies. But of course, by the time they enter that portion of a run, the films have already generated 99% of their revenue, so its no big deal. Same basic principal. Of course the TOS and TNG remasters are a fairly special bred for television releases, in that they are vastly more expensive to produce then a normal tv releases. When Game of Thrones releases their ten episodes season, the show was already mastered for HD, it’s already been edited, all post production work was already done, ect. The cost is primarily the cost of printing and making the disc. That isn’t the case here at all. Not in the slightest. And as for the cost being high its all subjective,… Read more »
MJ
February 9, 2013 2:30 am

@17. You are ignoring the triple-dipping though. The studios have already made tons on the VHS, Laserdisk, and DVD’s for this series. And in the 1080P remastering, they will make millions more dollars separate from the blu-rays through online movie delivery and future formats. In this big scheme of things, the production cost of remastering is pretty minor, and doesn’t really determine the price. The price is based on what the market will bear, and in this CBS knows the same suckers who bought the VHS, DVD’s etc, will pay $70 per season for this in their initial run. For a couple years down the road, they will lower the price significantly — and again, this is pretty much unrelated to the production cost of the blu-rays.

Anybody who tell themselves they need to pay the high price to support getting other Trek series to Blu-Ray just doesn’t understand how this all works They are well-meaning suckers who money is easily taken out of their pockets by CBS.

And why am I getting such grief here on my relatively minor opinions on this topic? Well its because people don’t want to learn that they have been ripped off, and so it is easier to reject my arguments than admit that uncomfortable truth.

I am not stopping anyone though from triple-dipping here and paying $70 for the latest incarnation of TNG. It’s a free country — go for it!

Remington Steele
February 9, 2013 3:23 am

MJ, you’re my hero

:-\

pilotfred
February 9, 2013 3:44 am

will be getting the best of both worlds on a signle disc, when the price has come down will look again at the boxset

the sample disc was a good example of how good it look however how bad encounter still is and the same goes for the first two season ok tis is the third so better however if i will get one box set i will want them all

pilotfred
February 9, 2013 3:54 am

data laughting is still a great moment

Doublecut
February 9, 2013 4:23 am

Lest we not forget, the prices for S1 and S2 dropped from the MSRP that was that high down to $60-65 (through Amazon themselves, not a seller) by the date of release. Season 3 will be no different. The BOBW standalone will likely drop to the same rate the sampler disc in 2011 did…I picked it up on its street date at Wal-Mart without a discount for $14.99.

Some people need to chill out.

Justin Olson
February 9, 2013 4:33 am
@ 15. MJ – February 9, 2013 First of all, that’s a UK import with VAT taken off for sale in the US. When it first came out in the UK, it was £97.07 or $153.33. Multiply that by 2.4 to reach the number of minutes TNG has, that’s $368. That’s roughly $2 per episode. Second of all, “Heroes” was a primetime network show, supported by tons of advertising revenue with 1080p masters ready to go for Blu-ray. Remember that “Heroes” wasn’t sitting in tens of thousands of pieces in a salt mine in Pennsylvania for a quarter century like TNG. Even in its waning third season, “Heroes” was averaging $4.3 million in ad revenue per telecast — $108 million for the season. By the time they were ready to debut the season on Blu-ray a mere five months later, NBC was swimming in cash. They could afford to set the price at around $50 when it first came out, but it’s taken several years for it to come down to below $20. TNG on Blu-ray is scheduled to be completed in August of 2014, so you’ll have to wait until then to get your hands on a complete series set. But you’re deluding yourself if you think you’ll be able to buy it right away for less than $140. You’d probably have to wait until 2017-2020 until it drops anywhere close to that. As Bill pointed out earlier, the complete TNG series DVD set from five years ago is… Read more »
Phil
February 9, 2013 5:57 am

Not sure why the difference in cost between Canada and US, US and Canadian Dollar have been at parity for a while now.

Not that it matters, I don’t buy these types of things, especially at these prices.

Uberbot
February 9, 2013 7:12 am

Hmmm…wonder if all the two part episodes will be edited into movies like this?

richpit
February 9, 2013 8:11 am

I will be buying the Best of Both Worlds Blu-Ray.

I wish they’d do something special for Yesterday’s Enterprise. That’s my favorite TNG episode of all time.

JohnRambo
February 9, 2013 8:42 am

@1. freezejeans

omg

P Technobabble
February 9, 2013 9:28 am

The Best of Both Worlds should have been TNG’s first feature film instead of the mediocre Generations.

NuWisdom
February 9, 2013 12:09 pm

They really need to do a CGI-altered version of The Best of Both Worlds, and all other TNG Borg episodes, to alter the Borg appearance and ship internal design, to match what the altered look later on was, and which premiered, and not just as an ‘upgrade’, but as a retroactive redesign, as evidenced by Picard flashbacks to Locutus, in Star Trek: First Contact.

Emperor Mike of the Alternate Empire
February 9, 2013 12:40 pm

I will be getting Best of Both Worlds on Blu-Rey. Can’t wait to see it.

K-7
February 9, 2013 12:49 pm

#23. Justin, you seem to be behaving in a disingenuous manner here with MJ. You specifically asked him:

“Show me another series on Blu-ray with more than 1,100 minutes of content per season that costs less than $20.”

And MJ then did exactly what you asked for and produced the Heroes Blu-Ray set which fit that price point.

But Instead of doing the honorable thing and saying, “OK, you got me there; good example,” you instead provide some history of UK costs (like who gives a shit, because you can buy it on Amazon today for the price MJ mentions), and provide some long winded response about the history of the Hero’s production and advertising?

When you provide someone a specific challenge, and they respond and meet that specific challenge, instead of trying to weasel out of it, be a man and give the person kudos for meeting the challenge. Enough with the sour grapes — man up!

A guy named Joe
February 9, 2013 1:27 pm

looks like MJ’s alter ego K-7 is starting to circle the wagons lol to defend “HIS” friend with that post 31.

What does it matter MJ is MJ, there is no convincing him of anything logical.
I have just learned to ignore it and live with it.

Brea Tonnika
February 9, 2013 1:30 pm

I really wish Anthony P, would reign in MJ’s obnoxious attitude towards those who don’t see eye to eye with him. It was cute 3 years ago, now not so much.

James
February 9, 2013 1:33 pm

You don’t like the price MJ, then guess what don’t buy it, and don’t come trolling on threads about the set whining and complaining about those of us who are ok with the pricing and are genuinely excited to own this NOW, not 4 years from now

Admiral Archer's Prize Beagle
February 9, 2013 2:50 pm

Here’s betting the three posts above are from the same person

Justin Olson
February 9, 2013 3:20 pm

@ 31. K-7 – February 9, 2013

Justin, you seem to be behaving in a disingenuous manner here with MJ. You specifically asked him:

“Show me another series on Blu-ray with more than 1,100 minutes of content per season that costs less than $20.”

And MJ then did exactly what you asked for and produced the Heroes Blu-Ray set which fit that price point.

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No. He didn’t do ‘exactly” what I asked for. “Heroes” unfortunately fails the criteria I set out just like the example I provided in the very next paragraph. Neither show has more than 1,100 minutes of content per season. I would be more than willing to give credit where credit is due if he had truly found a series comparable to TNG.

Recall that after my original request I said that “Fringe” came close in my estimation but that, “[I]t wasn’t sitting in a salt mine in Pennsylvania for a quarter century in tens of thousands of individual pieces! It’s a contemporary show … [and] had HD masters ready to go!”

Pointing Out The Obvious
February 9, 2013 3:25 pm

150 bucks for that? I’m sorry, But SCREW that. I’m sick of CBS thinking they can price gouge us.

Red Shirt Diaries
February 9, 2013 3:26 pm

I agree that MJ’s focus on this topic has gotten boorish over time. But you got to give the guy his props for responding completely to Justin’s challenge. Yes, MJ is irritating, but at least he is direct about it and doesn’t fall back into excuses and ridiculous diatribes like Justin does. If their roles had been reversed, I’ll bet you that MJ would have congratulated Justin on meeting his challenge.

Brea Tonnika, why is it the only time I ever see you post on Trekmovie.com is to pick fights with MJ? Do you have any original thoughts at all on Star Trek topics to offer us here?

Jamesb3
February 9, 2013 3:34 pm

“Heroes” is a poor example. The show is notorious for jumping the shark after the first season and limping along until it was finally put out of its misery. It is not a franchise, and I am willing to bet a fair amount of consumers are not willing to buy it at any price, hence the deep discount to entice the few who will. It is the law of supply and demand.

Brea Tonnika
February 9, 2013 4:19 pm

37 You know darn well that no retailer (outside of maybe Barnes and Noble) charges full MSRP for Home Video content.

And anyone who pays full msrp doesnt bother to do 2 seconds of price researching.

Also you want to talk about gouging and ripping people off, take a look at all the studios charging 20-35 dollars to have streaming capabilties of a tv show from some online cloud.

Brea Tonnika
February 9, 2013 4:21 pm

37 and what about being charged 24.99 to 40.00 for tv shows that consist of 6- 13 episodes?
with zero extra value content.
You don’t consider that price gougeing?

Brea Tonnika
February 9, 2013 4:25 pm

Re MJ: “I am not stopping anyone though from triple-dipping here and paying $70 for the latest incarnation of TNG. It’s a free country — go for it!”
Then quit chastising and name calling us for spending OUR money on what we want. You purposely post on these threads whining about the price and complaining about those of us who want to buy it first week at the sale price, knowing you will get a heated response.

Someone from this site really needs to reign you in once and for all.

Craiger
February 9, 2013 4:42 pm

I wonder how soon both DVD and Bluray will be obsolete and everything will be in the cloud?

Also I think MJ is trying to save people money and not name calling and telling you guys to wait until the price drops on the BluRay sets if you already have them on DVD.

What happens if Paramount decides to release them again on Ultra HD?

Red Shirt Diaries
February 9, 2013 4:47 pm

#40 #41 #42

Brea, again all you ever post about on this site is about your obsession with attacking MJ. I have never seen a post from you covering anything regarding Star Trek. It’s the same thing over and over with you – “MJ, stop with your posts,” “Anthony, you need to shut MJ down,” blah, blah, blah.

MJ is a bit of an ass for sure, but at least he brings up some interesting topics and some data to support his positions. All we get from you is constant whining and bitching about MJ. Do you have any original thoughts or ideas about Star Trek at all?

Anthony, if anybody should be reigned in here, it should be Brea Tonnika. All she ever does on this site involves picking fights with MJ. A lot of us are getting very fatigued with here hate.

Brea Tonnica
February 9, 2013 6:29 pm

43) which is good and all if its said and done ina respectful manner, seriously ever ST Bluray thread its the same antagonistic posting.
We get it he thinks its expensive. but on top of that he also goes on and on about how it doesnt look good , why they shouldnt bother putting it on bluray etc etc. its the same one trick pony show every time in the ST bluray threads. surprised he has not complained about the upcoming TMP, SFS, FF,Gen, Ins, Nem individual movie Blurays yet.

moving along I look forward to owning season 3 on bluray in a few months and will be first in line best buy on april 30th to pick up season 3 and best of both worlds and i will be first inline in march to pick up Enterprise.

Red Shirt Diaries
February 9, 2013 7:16 pm

#45. Anthony, if you are viewing this, I’d like to request that your reign in Brea Tonnica. She is completely out of control now, having posted four times today basically personal attack emails, and MJ hasn’t even posted here today.

Red Dead Ryan
February 9, 2013 7:17 pm

“A guy named Joe”, “Brea Tonnika”, and “James” are all one poster/sockpuppeteer/clown who is deliberately stirring up trouble here.

DiscoSpock
February 9, 2013 7:24 pm

Justin,

With all due respect, you have VIOLATED ALL SENSE OF FAIR PLAY here. Your provided a challenge, which was met, and then instead of admitted the challenge was met, you AFTER THE FACT imposed ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS which would need to be met. That is simple NOT FAIR!

Moreover, these new terms and conditions that you LATER imposed, have obviously been defined so that no other possible result could occur but for you to win the challenge.

You should go into horse race fixing with the mob, dude. That is what this is like.

JP
February 9, 2013 7:59 pm

How about everybody not telling other people what to do with their money and minding their own business.

KevinA
February 9, 2013 8:07 pm

Why is season 3 near double S1 and S2? Was this the plan….get you hooked at the start then bump up the price to catch up? It’s a bit much CBS and Amazon. Maybe another $20 for few more episodes from S2 but DOUBLE!

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