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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-11-09 (Thursday)
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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-11-09 (Thursday)
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In article <ou49uj$u8h$>, wrote:

>THE ORVILLE:  This episode reminded me a bit of the original STAR TREK 
>episode where flowers kept shooting love spores onto the crew.  The blue 
>guy (Rob Lowe) is a sexual predator of sorts...and also turns out to be 
>a liar.  In the end, I have no confidence that the two other species 
>actually share DNA (even though that is exactly how I expected the 
>resolution to play out) or that the blue guy was in heat the first time 
>Kelly fell for him.

Oh! I wondered why the blue guy seemed familiar!

This ep reminded me of a couple TNG eps involving guest stars affecting 
crew members' emotions.

Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd 
have to audit liberals  & wire tap reporters' phones.