Everybody loves Willow
A frequent contributor to the conversation on ROBSERVATIONS, Willow Yang’s thought-provoking letters have been a highlight of the show over the years Willow mixes astute observation with a scientific mind and wicket sense of humor to make every letter and blog post worth reading.
Willow has a bone to pick with Captain Janeway and her ethical (or not) decision-making when it comes to the merged persona known as Tuvix. One more test to see if humanity’s best can see beyond their historical prejudices.
Spoiler alert: we can’t.
Willow reviews Star Trek: Voyager’s episode “Timeless” (S.5 E.6) which is, yet again, another time travel adventure.
Willow Yang takes a closer look at the debate over whether or not the lead investigator in the movie Bladerunner (Decker) was human … or something else.
Our resident Star Trek blogger, Willow Yang, turns a critical eye to the DS9 episode, “For The Uniform.” Has the message sent by this episode changed since it was first shown on television over twenty years ago?
Uninspired antagonists, Klingon angst and glittery swimming trunks – DS9’s “Let He Who Is Without Sin” has it all … sorta.
Our resident Star Trek blogger, Willow Yang, made her way through the infamous “Let He Who Is Without Sin” episode of DS9 (Season 5, Episode 7). She’ll need a vacation when she’s done with this one …
Halfway through Season 5 of Star Trek: Deep Space 9, blogger Willow Yang checks in with the PGS to share her view of what’s working and what’s not. And it doesn’t look good …
Willow Yang’s friend, Josip, recommended she watch the Star Trek Voyager episode “Resolutions” – but her review of the show suggests she might want to resolve to find new friends.
Sometimes the problem with aliens in science fiction movies is they don’t look believable – at least that’s what blogger Willow Yang learned when she showed her mother ET: The Extraterrestrial.
Blogger Willow Yang watched MILLION DOLLAR BABY with her mother and realized why we need to watch depressing movies from time to time.
Blogger Willow Yang writes an open letter to Robert Meyer Burnett asking why the first “World’s Finest” team-up on film can be such a frustrating movie experience.