Millennium (1999) – Via Dolorosa, and Goodbye To All That

This week, it’s the series finale of Millennium, though Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) would make one more appearance, showing up in the seventh season of The X-Files, for his swan song. Marjorie David and Patrick Harbinson pen the first part of what was simply meant to be a season finale, but when the series wasn’t…

Moonlighting (1989) – Shirts and Skins, and Take My Wife, For Example

Roger Director pens the first episode up this week, that just writing the blurb for feels like entering a dangerous moment. First airing on 17 January, 1989, this story feels like a precursor to the #MeToo movement, and I’m a little anxious about seeing how it plays out. The Blue Moon Detective Agency investigates the…

Star Trek: Voyager (2001) – Q2, and Author, Author

Captain’s log: stardate 54704.5 LeVar Burton directs this episode that sees the return of Q (John de Lancie). Written by Robert Doherty from a story by Kenneth Biller, it first debuted on 11 April, 2001. Q shows up on the Voyager, much to Janeway’s (Kate Mulgrew) chagrin with his son (Keegan de Lancie) in tow….

Star Trek: Voyager (2001) – Repentance, and Prophecy

Captain’s log: stardate 54474.6 Robert Doherty pens this episode from a story he developed with Micheal Sussman. It first aired on 31 January, 2001, and tried to bring some big topics up for discussion. This is something that Trek tends to do pretty well. This time around, the Voyager comes to aid of a damaged…

Miami Vice (1989) – To Have and to Hold, and Miami Squeeze

The final season of Miami Vice continues this week as we bid farewell to a couple of characters. To Have and to Hold was written by William Conway, and debuted on 10 February, 1989. The episode sees the final apparance of Sonny Crockertt’s (Don Johnson) ex-wife Caroline (Belinda Montgomery) and his son, Billy (Clayton Barclay…