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The Fight

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Title : The Fight Rating : 0
First Aired : 24 Mar 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2375
Writers : Michael Taylor Season : 5
Rating : 0.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 0
Review : A complete load of old cobblers! Much of it looks like a seriously bad rip-off of "Night Terrors", which was bad enough to start with. Secondly, since when was Chakotay interested in boxing? It doesn't quite fit the character somehow. In short; a daft plot, bad acting and rips off a TNG episode. If I didn't have to review it, I wouldn't have watched it.
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 1
Review : As I mention in my review of VOY: Tsunkatse, the idea of boxing has always seemed extremely barbaric to me. Too often in Trek we see the writers shoving their favourite sports in our faces - DS9 did this a lot with baseball, which I am not convinced exists outside of the USA (the only country to have a "world series" that doesn't involve other countries). Here we have boxing, which has precisely bugger all to do with space, starships or trying to get home. I maintain that Chakotay started out strongly at the beginning of season 1, why did they let his character slide? I suppose it's better than giving him another "Native American" episode - if he has that background, this should come across somehow in every episode as it's a part of him, it doesn't just lie fallow and suddenly take over for an episode.
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