Brannon braga dating jeri ryan


I told him that, had I been in his shoes, I did not think I could have handled such intense, and unwarranted, criticism.I told him that I felt terrible for being one of the cacophony of voices on the internet who had blamed him for everything, and that it made me feel terrible looking back on my behavior.After watching both shows again this year, I can not believe how wrong I was and how ashamed I am for acting the way I did.Following the Writer’s Room panel on the final day of the 50th anniversary convention, Ronald D.Like many of you, I was part of this internet community back then, often posting on the now-defunct about the latest episodes, and specifically my gripes with VOY and ENT.In my opinion, both series failed to live up to TNG and DS9, and my newfound-love for Babylon 5 made me yearn for serialized storytelling that was absent in VOY and ENT.He co-wrote the beloved Star Trek: First Contact at the age of 31 and then took over showrunning duties on VOY that same year.He helped conceive ENT at 35 and parted with the Star Trek franchise before he was even 40.

We just didn't have that special science-fiction character like Spock or Data, the striving-to-be-human character.Here is a list of but a few that stand out to me: TNG: “Reunion,” “Cause and Effect,” “A Fistful of Datas,” “Frame of Mind,” “Timescape,” “Parallels,” and “All Good Things…” VOY: “The 37’s,” “Flashback,” “Future’s End,” “Scorpion,” “Year of Hell,” “Prey,” “The Killing Game,” “Living Witness,” “Timeless,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “Equinox.” ENT: “Broken Bow,” “The Andorian Incident,” “Shadows of P’Jem,” “Shuttlepod One,” “Carbon Creek,” “Shockwave,” “A Night in Sickbay,” “Cogenitor,” and “Azati Prime.” Let us not forget that Braga and Moore penned Star Trek: Generations simultaneously as they were writing “All Good Things…” I have found Braga to be an introspective man who knows his mistakes, rather than stubbornly sticking to every decision he made so many years ago.At the 50th anniversary convention, he conceded that “All Good Things…” should have been the first TNG film instead of Generations.While this was wonderful in bringing us together, every episode and series was analyzed, criticized, and the writers sometimes vilified.Of the many who faced the ire of Trek fans during the respective runs of Voyager and Enterprise, none received as much vitriol as Brannon Braga despite him being responsible for some of the most celebrated Star Trek episodes in the entire franchise.I told him how, during his time working on VOY and ENT, I was one of the many who had vilified him.

You must have an account to comment. Please register or login here!