Miami Vice provides a telling commentary on the struggle between good and evil in the American landscape of the 1980s.
Gotham may not report all of the city's eight million stories, but it comes about as close as any single volume can.
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A disappointing final mission doesn't erase three seasons of reason, friendship, courage, and compassion.
The Zarabeth storyline explores loneliness in its various forms, giving us more insight into both Spock and the human (humanoid) condition.
Why involve a multi-species cast of characters but go no further than a cops-and-robbers scenario to explore good vs. evil?
Sadly, "equality, kindness, justice" are largely forgotten by the episode's end.
Eden must exist somewhere between the Federation’s artifice and the Edenites’ self-indulgence.
For all the love our brave trio may have lost over the years, it is, as always, their friendship that makes them strong.
The sexism is so rampant as to be a distraction throughout the episode.