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PELDAR JOY by Wesley Crusher - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 19:41:10 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49656 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Kai Opaka was originally conceived as being a male spiritual leader of the Bajorans. Visitors to the Kai had to get naked as he probed their pagh through deep-tissue massage of their feet. Avery Brooks however panned the idea as he reportedly "did not like the way Camille Saviola stared so intently at his balls" and refused to do additional takes.
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Ulani Belor - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00:10:06 EST ID:MEbkckUq No.49684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That third part is not true though.
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Tuvok - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 17:34:23 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49684
you take the peldar joy out of everything


Oberth class - worst ship ever? by Lt. Ro Laren - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 23:34:24 EST ID:5KGF2cIq No.45748 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really hate this ugly bastard, I mean I can't look at it without asking what drugs the design team were on. Then there's the obvious question of how do you get from the saucer to the engineering section? Would turbolifts even fit in those nacelle struts?

The only guess I have is they have to put on a suit and go into some sort of vacuum tube, like they use in hospitals to whiz paperwork around.
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Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 23:29:32 EST ID:aP0ZO21g No.49374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49349
That design is neat, but the movie Oberth's lower hull totally looks like it could be a detachable pod, an intricate sensor array that was assembled and attached to and powered by the ship via the pylons.

I think that the delivery platform would be a bit lacking for a torpedo cruiser.
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Valkris - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 15:34:27 EST ID:Leuzgeic No.49399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49374
why a saucer again and not a more cylindrical shape? The artificial gravity? the decision to make it comfortable and spacious?
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Prophet - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 20:23:45 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49399
Saucers are kind of the Federation's thing when it comes to starship design. They look friendly and project an aura of defense.
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Phlox - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 22:31:07 EST ID:fTiPPg+k No.49438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49374
>it looks like a penis
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Composer Delvok - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 17:31:52 EST ID:NW9GUxEA No.49694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49438

> insert into suitable or preferred bodily orifice ?


Dear Simon by Harry Mudd - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 22:22:36 EST ID:7PSab0Wu No.48489 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Simon Pegg.

I assume you are browsing this board because you are the newly chosen director, and you are not a total knob, so you would want to know what the fans are thinking.

I want to take a moment to give you some advice.

TLDR: Simon Pegg advice thread.

  1. Close the time loop.

2. Kill off some main characters.

3. Maintain the JJflare but tone that shit down.

4. Thought provoking plotline with secondary focus on punching
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Gaila - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 14:53:00 EST ID:ovIIPMqh No.48498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mr. Pegg is capable of writing a script without help from internet tards like us.
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Composer Delvok - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 15:18:53 EST ID:NW9GUxEA No.49689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>48489

>3. Maintain the JJ flare but tone that shit down

i agree. One should strive get a good balance of JJ style 'Branded Action Movie', and Roddenberry-style 'think about this shit for a minute'. it will not only hook initial audiences in for a good action flick, but also add to its re-watchability, and for more cerebral moviegoers, give them a first-run treat too, beyond the flash and thunder of 'generic action movie, lel'.

also, as abit of a nitpick, i for one, would appreciate abit of a return to the ship-styles we see in the series'es, with (for the federation, anyway) the semi-traditional 'cop lights' warp nacelles, and the 'aztec print' hull pattern, and a stepping away from the retro-futuro 'DUCK DODGERS, IN THE 44TH AND A HALF, CENTURYYYYyyyy .... !' and the 'i-interior' interiors that we saw inside the JJ-enterprise.

i know that they wanted to reboot star trek into being 'hip' and 'edgy' and 'ultra-modern' for the distracted generation, but to my eyes, all that hyper-modern mess just came out looking all manner of silly. Long term, the only thing i appreciated was the more in-universe minutia and working details, like props and uniforms, the fact that they up-scaled the ships to (imo) more reasonable sizes for a spaceship, ....... and how damn sexy Quinto is as New Spock.

excuse me for ..... awhile. .... :)

(picture related, because it would totally happen in the federation, imo)
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Thomas Riker - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 17:13:14 EST ID:kbp/T3bR No.49690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49689
>JJ style 'Branded Action Movie"
>Roddenberry-style 'think about this shit for a minute'
I would have given you a brofist.
Then I saw your pic.

If I wasn't worried my death request was too obtuse for Murkans, it would be that.

So have this pic of hot woman.
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Kayron - Wed, 22 Apr 2015 11:02:08 EST ID:FKX+9MDt No.49709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49690

That is bacon.


Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, hers was the most boner-inducing... by Morn - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 22:18:38 EST ID:LFkIrbjR No.49672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So this was kinda awesome.

https://twitter.com/astrosamantha/status/589035429879513088

>inb4 20 anons whine about Voyager's uniform sucking
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Mordoc - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 12:55:13 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49676
Of course she does. She's a goddamn astronaut. She's living my dream right now and I can't be happier to see her having some fun up there.

That uniform started as like the "space station" uniform for DS9. Totally appropriate for the situation.

Live Long and Prosper comrade!
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K'Ehleyr - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 18:08:26 EST ID:xDRJdM2H No.49679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49678

Why -did- the DS9 "worksuit" uniform end up getting adopted into the standard starfleet attire?

She's also awesome as fuck for doing this.
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Dr. Yuris - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 18:15:51 EST ID:P9d+Ucvk No.49680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49679
No idea. It was basically the cadet uniform before DS9 came around. Honestly that whole era was kinda strange with uniform variations.

Still, Cheers to her for nerding it up in space.
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Commander Dolim - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 23:11:32 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49680
The TNG cadet uniforms were actually sharper than the DS9 uniforms IMO.

>Why -did- the DS9 "worksuit" uniform end up getting adopted into the standard starfleet attire?
Budget reasons I'd imagine. They tried to maintain a distinction in DS9, even after Generations, but Voyager kept it going.
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Captain Blackwood - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 04:59:51 EST ID:38OVrOeW No.49685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49682

>Budget reasons I'd imagine. They tried to maintain a distinction in DS9, even after Generations, but Voyager kept it going.

I thought Voyager would use the new uniforms after making contact with Earth but the issue never gets brought up. They must have had plenty lying about from ds9 but nope, I guess the in-universe explanation is reserving replicator energy. Production wise though they could have just threw them the old ds9 ones.


S1E23 TNG PART 2 by Thalen - Sat, 11 Apr 2015 12:58:24 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49554 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Tom Paris is Nick Locarno

Nick Locarno is Tom Paris
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Gaylord McFaggel-Tits !!RHC2Xv+U - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 17:28:08 EST ID:DYT0o26c No.49613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49612

nb
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Commander Tebok - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 17:29:50 EST ID:PeKnhBXD No.49614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49610
>Tom Paris and Fat Riker should star in a sitcom together.
This would be soooo cool. I'm sure Frakes would do it too, because him and Sirtis have talked about a dream project called "The Rikers" which would be a sitcom situated aboard the Titan.
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Ghee P'Trell - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 19:19:02 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49614
I'd watch that. They could have Trek actors who played as aliens in makeup like Jeffry Combs and Armin Shimmerman make cameos. Hell, get Ethan Phillips in the mix.
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Chairman Koval - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 19:40:09 EST ID:4CB75DxJ No.49624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49623
>Neelix is Kramer
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Legate Kell - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 14:30:35 EST ID:0S/zPdxs No.49667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49554

Okay I've been saying this shit for years! We need a trek sitcom!


Evolution by Broik - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 09:12:59 EST ID:Q4ciDNvy No.49388 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there anything the Star Trek writers understood less than evolution?
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Leeta - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 19:21:27 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look, I like bad Sci Fi. Take it for what it is.
>>49397
The Thing. You know which one. That was good scifi. John Carpenter made it into superb horror. Off topic I think horror works best if you're not given the chance to think or are actually invested

Godzilla Taxa (also relevant to the episode.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuRHLx92DkM
He's a huge Godzilla fan and he has a video about where Godzilla should be on the evolutionary tree.

Neil deGrasse Tyson had his gripes about Titanic and the sky they used.

I think for us, at the least, it provides a game to be played. Be careful, you can seem like a pretentious ass if you voice it too often.
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Furel - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 23:39:46 EST ID:Q4ciDNvy No.49406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49397
>Aliens altered there DNA with technology we don't understand

is just as whimsical as

>fuck Buckley is de-evolving into a spider

The difference is one enforced incorrect misinterpretations of evolution while the other is fine.

Secondly, I was just saying they didn't understand evolution, not that they couldn't deliberately misrepresent it. I think they actually just don't have a strong grasp themselves.

Quote from Brannon:

>"It's very much a classic Star Trek story, but in the rewrite process I took out the explanation, the idea behind the ending, that we evolve into these little lizards because maybe evolution is not always progressive. Maybe it's a cycle where we revert to something more rudimentary. That whole conversation was taken out for various reasons, and that was a disaster because without it the episode doesn't even have a point. I think it suffered greatly. I got the note that it wasn't necessary, but in fact it really had a lot to do with what the episode was about. Big mistake taking it out.
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Tyrone Slothrop - Sun, 29 Mar 2015 06:49:46 EST ID:hcMj3gJR No.49409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Is there anything the Star Trek writers understood less than evolution?

Writing.
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Captain Solok - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 15:21:19 EST ID:BmfJ9agT No.49420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49409
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The Last Sane Guy - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 13:38:30 EST ID:8WsS++G9 No.49663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kifflom!


The Amazing Holographic Travels by Morn - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 17:54:06 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It is the year 3165. The Doctor, a backup version of the doctor that is, has finally returned to the alpha/beta quadrant. (See VOYs4e23: Living Witness)

Normally, this would be time traveler Daniel's present. But thanks to JJ Abrams, we have the ability to treat this as a completely blank slate. What happens to the Ferengi Alliance, the United Federation of Planets, the Cardassian Union, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Star Empire.. what Bajoran and Klingon prophecies have been fulfilled? What do you see as the future's future?

It is the year 3165. Tell me what you envision.
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Weyoun 6 - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 06:08:28 EST ID:dllfeofD No.49638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49630
>The long term effects of the warp-drive damaging subspace storyline from TNG means that horrifying monsters from subspace can now get into normal space.. and that they pose a constant threat.

Star Trek + H.P. Lovecraft cosmic horrors? Awesome

And now that you mention it Chakotay and Janeway having boned is indeed something I need in my life.
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Lysia Arlin - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 15:44:26 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49638
Well they've kinda hinted at it with a few of the more 'horror' episodes of TNG

Riker, Worf, Geordi, and a variety of crewmen gets analprobed by subspace aliens because an upgrade caused a subspace resonance

Geordi and most his previous crews' most important characters get turned into invisible froglops that are phasing into subspace

Devidians are traveling through time to steal souls, they live just on the other side of subspace and may or may not be the same creatures who tried to steal Janeway's soul when she was injured in a shuttlecrash. Known to carry ophidians.

I think the two concepts fit together rather well. After all, the solution to the warp-drive-tearing-apart-reality issue was just to limit most trips to warp 5 or less. In other words, it was not a solution. After a few hundred years, space and subspace will be all fucked up. Maybe in the trek universe you could even use this as an explanation for the fermi paradox- galactic civilization is wiped clean after they use too much warp drive, and only ruins, the Borg and space wizards will be able to survive. And probably the founders since they might also be those OG first sentient guys from like billions of years ago.

Eventually, with no warp drive to agitate the subspace/space barrier, it all settles down again after a few centuries have passed. Then galactic civilization comes up again, only to eventually be destroyed in the same fashion once they've warped around too much.
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Homn - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:43:51 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49640
How about the aliens that Captain Ransom was getting attacked by for using that dirty warp drive in Voyager?
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Corporal R Richards - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 17:14:25 EST ID:rUNiSFL8 No.49643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49630
>>49640
most of those thing (or a variation) have already come to pass in STO
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Lt. JG Ayala - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 17:33:39 EST ID:wJlv6Z2F No.49653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nothing that shithead abrahms made counts as start trek. They are just really similar sci fi movies :)


Mogh, Son of Worf by Curzon Dax - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 14:33:33 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49571 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really liked Klingons having goopy, fuchsia-colored blood. Why didn't they just retcon this into the canon? I know there was some fucking Worf shit beforehand in TNG where he had red blood.. however, there was something wonderful about a testosterone-driven (especially those Duras sisters.. seriously do you even lift?) proud warrior culture having girlie-girl pink blood. For those that didn't know, they did this to avoid an R rating for gory zero-g klingon murdering pew pew fuck peace accords. However, I was like 5 when that shit came out so I just thought, oh holy shit Klingons are way different than humans physiologically.. lol

Children of Tama have white blood, Aenar and Andorians have blue blood, Romulans and Vulcans have green blood, so it's by no means unprecedented.
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Jake Sisko - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 01:15:12 EST ID:SIjA1BRS No.49635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49591
Yeah, it's way easier to just use Michael Dorn's real blood!
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K'Ehleyr - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 04:41:54 EST ID:/KwJQebL No.49637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49635
haha it was only when I posted this did I realize how retarded it was.
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Lysia Arlin - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 15:49:09 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49637

I laughed

I just kept picturing them doing take after take and he just keeps cutting his hand and getting more pissed and the director's loving it because Dorn is chanelling Klingon so believably, but really he's getting fucking pissed because his hand hurts, and then hours later you see him just crying in the dressing room, his hands wrapped thickly with bloody bandages.

Just another day in the life.
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DaiMon Torrot - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 04:25:59 EST ID:H5ApscLS No.49646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49571
You do realize it was made like that in ST6 so it would avoid an R rating. The 90's were weird with ratings. And yet now and days you can watch Robocop on basic TV with all the violence left in and all the curses censored out.
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Tom Paris - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:53:56 EST ID:gWaG83dZ No.49647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49646
It does get pretty silly at times.

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MEET A STRANGER IN THE ALPS. Probably better to have the original in there following the plane crash really.


wtf by Legate Damar - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 00:00:26 EST ID:mSylYPaM No.49625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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clockstoppers, are you frakking kidding me?
number one, i loved u
y has u forsaken me
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Willie Hawkins - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 01:56:42 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Explain yourself, Damar.
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Rom - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 01:57:30 EST ID:1Y1KN7yx No.49627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49626
Jonathan Frakes directed "Clockstoppers" as well as the live action "Thunderbirds' movie. Both are shit
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Guinan - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 09:56:08 EST ID:6qBkDX/S No.49628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49627

>Thunderbirds

>Shit

Are you familiar with the source material? I honestly think people just need to watch more Gerry Anderson shows. UFO, Space 1999, Stingray, Supercar....
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Pah-wraith - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 11:03:46 EST ID:dllfeofD No.49629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49628
>Are you familiar with the source material?

That only drives the point home that the live action movie was terrible.
It was pretty much made for kids, taking some obvious hints from Spy Kids and the like. While the original series could appeal to all ages.


Targ on a Boat- a new klingon anthem by Mordoc - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 19:14:07 EST ID:oeBuNbO7 No.49620 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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(sung to http://chickenonaraft.com/)

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natlh rur Hagh jimmy,
m legh comic pe' jatlhqa'.

targh qaStaHvIS po, Duj nIHDaq nuq terrible puS vIlegh.
chaq dabtoes 'o', ba' Dustmen pa' legh targh Duj picking.
yIqIm-majQa' oy Duj targh-majQa' targh Duj
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botlh 'ej Forenoon HInob chaH je, (yIqIm-majQa' Duj targh)
'ej DaH qaStaHvIS beq whaler, jIH DaqaSmoH (yIqIm-majQa' Duj targh)
seagulls puS, rutlh (yIqIm-majQa' Duj targh)
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I met him at his sons wedding.... by Captain Edward Jellico - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 20:59:35 EST ID:maUo1heA No.47903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TNG Season 3 Episode Sarek

Picard says to Riker, speaking about Sarek:

>I met him at his sons wedding

  1. Spock is married (was)

2. Sybok?


Unrelated, that dude jj hired to play sarek looks nothing like Mark Lenard.
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Janice Rand - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 21:37:34 EST ID:qOp3Iirw No.49583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49552
Yeah, original Saavik was meant to have been half Romulan, that's why she's shown to be more lively and emotional than most vulcans. Then in STIII, she's stone cold emotionless, not a hint of any of the personality Saavik 1 imbued the character with.
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Natasha Yar - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 06:05:56 EST ID:ptvQf0LV No.49585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just as an FYI. in his Next generation ep Sarek shows up with a wife other than Spocks Mom (who did not look young in the classic Strek ep she was in). So obviously what happened was that Spocks Mom Aged and died between the two generations. Sarek still with a bad case of round ear fever marries human again for his choice of seconds wives. New wife insists on having a kid of HER own which Sarek provides. New Kid is married in childhood (just like Spock was) and Picard Attends the wedding. BAM no inconsistencies.
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Timothy Lang - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 09:40:00 EST ID:C2fNGPNg No.49586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49585

This guy gets it man.
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Kai Opaka - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 22:16:19 EST ID:Leuzgeic No.49598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49585
pic related married some stupid trans alien and had a kid with it in some stupid trek universe.
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Lursa - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 22:22:07 EST ID:dxpw/EFr No.49600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49598
The new frontier series always came off as desperate fanwank to me. The captain owns a sword, because of course he does. I'm glad they don't reference it at all in many of the more decent TNG-era books.


Rest in piece old friend by Admiral Hayes - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 12:33:18 EST ID:WFE0mi2m No.48907 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Katherine Pulaski - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:25:55 EST ID:tdXbxkvU No.49276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49275

>this opinion pulled directly out of my ass

I think you are just making shit up.

Secondly, this is a star trek board, can we stop this dw crap yet?
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DoBa !VW8PiCArdQ - Mon, 23 Mar 2015 16:25:52 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Will this thread last longer than Rascals?

I intend to find out.
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Herbert Rossoff - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 00:15:49 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49274
Peter Capaldi's episodes are absolute trash. The writing is shit, and I presume they're intentionally making him act shit, because otherwise he would be a terrible actor. Literally the first reboot Doctor's stuff was better, in pretty much every way.

I'm not sure I've seen any episodes of TNG I'd really call "mature." Everytime I've asked for mature episodes before it was always some ham-fisted bullshit like the flute episode. I think the most mature episode I saw in TNG was when Data decides to fucking murder a guy. Straight up logical shit and then lies about it.
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Subcommander T'Rul - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 22:02:04 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49346

Flute Pt 2

Picard's Girlfriend dies by falling through what seemed like a plate of metal being affected by a subspace disturbance, which promptly materialized and killed her.

Oh I probably should have Spoilered that

Just kidding I remembered her dying but I was mixing up two separate episodes. My version is way more hardcore though.

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Legate Damar - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 15:53:48 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49320
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