Star Trek: Discovery - Season Three (Blu-ray SteelBook) (Zavvi Exclusive) [UK]

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Release date: November 15, 2021
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Price: £44.99


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Nov 23, 2016
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What's with the sudden £10 increase?? Didn't enjoy this series as much as the other 2 .... bit too 'woke' ... but would have been nice to complete the set ... but certainly not at that price. US version is roughly £30.
Haha. I got it for cheaper than that importing from the States
 
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What's with the sudden £10 increase?? Didn't enjoy this series as much as the other 2 .... bit too 'woke' ... but would have been nice to complete the set ... but certainly not at that price. US version is roughly £30.

I gave up at end of season 1, way too woke and cringe worthy. Gene would be spinning in his grave at this utter rubbish!
 
Jul 20, 2016
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Must be the third or fourth time I've read the comment "Gene would be spinning in his grave..."

Is he or isn't he spinning in his grave? Do you mean he would be spinning in his grave...if he were alive today...in his grave?

Why would he be alive in his grave?

Why don't people just say that he would hate this if he were alive today?

People sound like idiots saying it the other way.

Kinda like "Make like a tree...and get outta here."

or

"That's as funny as a screen door on a battleship."
 
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Must be the third or fourth time I've read the comment "Gene would be spinning in his grave..."

Is he or isn't he spinning in his grave? Do you mean he would be spinning in his grave...if he were alive today...in his grave?

Why would he be alive in his grave?

Why don't people just say that he would hate this if he were alive today?

It's a well known old saying, present in pretty much all languages and cultures I'm aware of, meaning exactly that one would be angry or/and upset, had one been alive today to witness whatever the saying relates to.
Only the proper way would be saying "rolls over in his grave", not spins, but, I guess, it's a 'postmodern' intensification.
In slavic languages it literally translates "turns over in his coffin", but basically the same thing.
 
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Jul 20, 2016
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It's a well known old saying, present in pretty much all languages and cultures I'm aware of, meaning exactly that one would be angry or/and upset, had one been alive today to witness whatever the saying relates to.
Only the proper way would be saying "rolls over in his grave", not spins, but, I guess, it's a 'postmodern' intensification.
In slavic languages it literally translates "turns over in his coffin", but basically the same thing.

Oh, I'm well aware of the saying and what it is supposed to mean.. My point is it has never made any sense.

Somebody made a joke a long time ago when they came up with the saying.

It just makes more sense to say that "Gene is spinning in his grave" or that somebody "is turning in their grave" about something.

To say somebody would be turning in his grave if he were alive today...well duh...wouldn't you be if you were buried alive? No need for somebody to ruin your creation to be upset about being alive in a coffin buried underground.

Actually I believe the original saying probably is "he's turning in his grave" without any mention of said person being alive.

Somebody probably misquoted it and others have been saying it wrong ever since.

Like a Biff.