@Taweret and while you still have characters who acted reprehensibly, some of your cast actually made the ethical choice. Plus you have the opportunity to make Archer conflicted because he made this monstrous choice to try to save his friend's life but the friend died hating him rather than accept it.
@Taweret Trip somehow finds out Phlox knows how to stabilize its metabolism, and combined with the fact that it has most of his memories and thus could fill the necessary engineering role, he decides to force Phlox's hand. So he enlists T'Pol to help him commit suicide, and the clone takes over. This leads to more interesting opportunities for New Trip since they can do some of Star Trek's classic meditation on humanity and its meaning.
Hey @Taweret, let me know what you think about this. So I was trying to figure out how Enterprise could have possibly done "The Gang Harvests a Clone" without being utterly horrific, so I was thinking how Galactica, a show that at least notices when its characters are committing crimes against humanity, might handle it. Trip gets mortally injured, Phlox and Archer decide on their appalling plan, Trip begs them not to, T'Pol sides with him due to having rudimentary ethics.
@robotcarsley put the cereal on the burger, just fucking do it, we’re already dead
@evan @firstname.lastname@example.org im so sorry i dont know if im cancelled for complimenting everyone's clean dicks
my friend showed me this guy that goes to his university that's a 'food allergy rapper' . there's a vid of him performing on some late night college broadcast thing where he opens with the fast verse from Rap God, then raps an original song about when he ate a peanut by accident. no irony at all. its so funny. its so fucking funny
I've have diarheha and a boaner
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