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Majority Rule
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Majority Rule (S01E07) is the seventh episode of season one of "The Orville" released on T... More Majority Rule (S01E07) is the seventh episode of season one of "The Orville" released on Thu Oct 26, 2017. Over 3,845 TV Time users rated it a 8.04/10 with their favorite characters being J. Lee as John LaMarr, Halston Sage as Alara Kitan and Adrianne Palicki as Kelly Grayson.
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October 2017

This episode showed us that a 'like' based society can be dangerous and easily manipulated.

This episode showed us that a 'like' based society can be dangerous and easily manipulated.
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October 2017

This reminds me of the black mirror episode with Bryce Dallas Howard

This reminds me of the black mirror episode with Bryce Dallas Howard
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October 2017

She was very likeable, I am sad they didn't add her to the crew of the Orville.

She was very likeable, I am sad they didn't add her to the crew of the Orville.
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October 2017

😂 😂

😂 😂
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October 2017

I'm actually liking this show way better than the new star trek. Hope it gets another season. It sticks closer to the traditional star trek.

I'm actually liking this show way better than the new star trek. Hope it gets another season. It sticks closer to the traditional star trek.

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October 2017

The irony about voting and liking in TV Time after the episode made me chuckle.

The irony about voting and liking in TV Time after the episode made me chuckle.
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October 2017

Finally the show is back 😂

Finally the show is back 😂
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October 2017

This is what can happen if social media takes control. We are at risk for judgments and opinions that are based on not a single fact. Condemning ppl for just the silliest things. Can you even imagine a.... Oh waaaaait....

This is what can happen if social media takes control.   We are at risk for judgments and opinions that are based on not a single fact.  Condemning ppl for just the silliest things.  Can you even imagine a....   Oh waaaaait....
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October 2017

That’s what our society is getting to...
With the Internet, we tend to be absolute democracy and I love this episode!!!

That’s what our society is getting to...
With the Internet, we tend to be absolute democracy and I love this episode!!!
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October 2017

Man, The Orville is deep and entertaining...without the need for a war with the Klingons and Logic Extremists...

Seriously though, I am loving it more every episode. There were a few plot holes in the episode, like why did they not beam out from an alley, hidden from public view as soon as Lamar was flagged? (I don't remember if the Orville has the tech or not, tho) Also, if a culture is advanced enough to have live feeds, why were there no satellites orbiting the planet? Our planet is in 21st century and we have a crap ton of them so much so that space waste is an issue.

But overall, the message about the negatives of judging someone's actions on social media without enough information or reliable sources or due process was spot on.

Man, The Orville is deep and entertaining...without the need for a war with the Klingons and Logic Extremists...

Seriously though, I am loving it more every episode. There were a few plot holes in the episode, like why did they not beam out from an alley, hidden from public view as soon as Lamar was flagged? (I don't remember if the Orville has the tech or not, tho) Also, if a culture is advanced enough to have live feeds, why were there no satellites orbiting the planet? Our planet is in 21st century and we have a crap ton of them so much so that space waste is an issue.

But overall, the message about the negatives of judging someone's actions on social media without enough information or reliable sources or due process was spot on.

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October 2017

At least he didn't fall into the sacred flowers.

At least he didn't fall into the sacred flowers.
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October 2017

Lesson on what our exactly what our society is based on.

Lesson on what our exactly what our society is based on.
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October 2017

I’m shocked that Lt. John LaMarr is qualified to pre-First Contact missions. Honestly.

I’m shocked that Lt. John LaMarr is qualified to pre-First Contact missions. Honestly.

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