From his review:
This gives me a brilliant idea. A series, set in a law firm, or a hospital, or in an office, it doesn't matter. The ENTIRE CAST should be former Star Trek actors. There are dozens of them. Four series, four huge stacks of resumes. These people can act with makeup on their foreheads; this would be no problem. EVERY SINGLE ONE OF US would watch. I guarantee it.
"Troi is cheating on Bashir with Chakotay! I'M FREAKING OUT!"
I, too, am freaking out. Believe it or not, Joe has a point.
And now for the quote of the day:
Science-fiction is the law-abiding citizen of imaginative literature, obeying the rules, be they physical, social, or psychological, keeping regular hours, eating punctual meals; predictable, certain, sure.
Fantasy, on the other hand, is criminal. Each fantasy assaults and breaks a particular law; the crime being hidden by the author's felicitous thought and style which cover the body before blood is seen.
Science-fiction works hand-in-glove with the universe.
Fantasy cracks it down the middle, turns it wrong-side-out, dissolves it to invisibility, walks men through its walls, and fetches incredible circuses to town with sea-serpent, medusa, and chimera displacing zebra, ape, and armadillo.
Science-fiction balances you on the cliff. Fantasy shoves you off.
-Ray Bradbury, from the Introduction to The Circus of Dr. Lao