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Clones? Clones?! by Lt. JG Ayala - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 20:37:36 EST ID:Ld8N1Crg No.64148 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Clones.
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Corporal R Ryan - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 07:06:22 EST ID:znfJJ+je No.64219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>64191
>even though his prosthesis sometimes gives him headaches

>when you mention having a prop screwed in to the side of your head is causing you physical pain, so they write it in to your character's plotline
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Worf - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 10:39:40 EST ID:knEAr630 No.64220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64219
>TFW the Captain keeps rubbing his balls on your VISOR

https://youtu.be/GBfT9H_2jM4?t=297
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Kazago - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 17:34:37 EST ID:KPAfNItn No.64221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64219
They were also held on by a monofilament line anchored behind his ears, so that was probably also irritating.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 01 Apr 2018 02:24:07 EST ID:Z288cSpk No.64242 Report Quick Reply
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Clone Club?
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Lon Suder - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 07:34:00 EST ID:aK3MREZj No.64244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64219
I know, right?


there's something not a lot of people know about me by Porthos - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 01:49:42 EST ID:xUlK44+3 No.63785 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If she isn't working for Section 31 I'll eat your disgusting trillby.
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Boq'ta - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 09:41:45 EST ID:fy/Qp6+b No.64084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64082
>adorable demeanor
>chubby, but not a fucking landwhale
>capable when the need arises
>open to trying new things
>kind, considerate, forgiving
>down to earth, approachable
>redhead

waifu potential is stronk
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Tiron - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 14:16:40 EST ID:EKGEqOa0 No.64086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64083
That butt is being held intact by form fitting lycra spandex.

Outside of those pants you have cottage cheese.
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Duras - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 15:58:39 EST ID:5uU+DoWU No.64087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The question:
Did they add that annoying acne-looking mole thing on her forehead onto Tilly or remove it for Killy?
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Talok - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 03:09:47 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.64088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64087
They added it because they wanted to make her look less pretty early on when you're getting to know her, which would make the whole kIlly transformation a little more intense when you realize suddenly she's kinda hot. But they made the mistake of showing some butt shots early.
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Ishka Moogie - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 01:14:33 EST ID:BFlLBWVn No.64107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64081
I wonder if that Geordi visor she's wearing around her neck is to let her see if someone is sneaking up behind her with a knife


Riker Thread by Seamus - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 07:23:55 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.63602 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are some of your favorite Riker moments/quotes?

Do you know anyone who is Rikeresque in real life? Any celebrities or public figures?

How can one be more Riker in their everyday life? How do/would you try to be more Riker? What are some traits to gain that could make one more Riker?
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Lt. Joseph Carey - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 15:58:06 EST ID:j0rcL8cb No.64032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64028

i dunno any time crusher or laforge start up with their techno babble riker always waves it aside like "yo its been a few years since i took that class, whats your point". hes not so strong in advanced science/math/engineering
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Elizabeth Cutler - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 18:22:54 EST ID:SfiMcBo4 No.64033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64029
standing desks, bro
squats, shitpost, and jerk it
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Corporal Kelly - Mon, 26 Feb 2018 10:54:12 EST ID:XFr8qSiV No.64041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Colonel Lovok - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 14:49:15 EST ID:cpWJVoxP No.64075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Jennifer Sisko - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 16:40:08 EST ID:w1/bcioa No.64097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When he is being a dick to the ensigns in Lower Decks. ONE AYE IS SUFFICENT ENSIGN.


Star Trek Discovery Discussion IV by Cmdr. Kelby - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 07:35:14 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.61938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Number 3 is no longer bumping.

Discovery #3 thread.
https://boards.420chan.org/1701/res/60633.php
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Legate Porania - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 07:18:08 EST ID:9o+7400H No.64211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64209
This video is not available.
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Valkris - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 21:19:31 EST ID:r1BxwlQg No.64216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64211

Are you a Leaf or a Britbong? Apparently the original vid is region locked thanks to whatever deals CBS did with Netflix and Space.

For Leafs:
https://twitter.com/SpaceChannel/status/977686203767009280

For Britbongs:
https://twitter.com/StarTrekNetflix/status/977686761823350784
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Kazago - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 17:48:34 EST ID:KPAfNItn No.64222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64209
Honestly I'm shocked that they cut any fan service out of that episode. Maybe they do have a sense of shame. Maybe there's hope after all.
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Tuvok - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 03:11:45 EST ID:Viic1J5I No.64274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Discovery
>STD
please tell me that was an accident.
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Curzon Odo - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 03:31:30 EST ID:4SeMe49B No.64313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64021
Yes that's true. I'm hoping season 2 will pick up like the other trek season 2s did. But Discovery has left a pretty bad taste in my mouth. Much worse than any other first season. Fingers crossed.


Black Mirror: USS Callister by Subcommander N'Vek - Sat, 26 Aug 2017 11:22:48 EST ID:XNUBY2uv No.60737 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://youtu.be/oH85obU350E?t=23s
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Nurse Alyssa Ogawa - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:25:13 EST ID:BFlLBWVn No.64056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64054
I know all about epigentics. They're "genetic memories" the sense that they reflect short-term environmental factors etc which have a response (ie enabling or disabling particular protein codings) that is passed down, when previously nobody knew DNA could have a "memory" of something so immediate. They're not literal human memories.

For example, if a father is obese at the time of impregnation, the offspring will have a different insulin response than another offspring from the same father after he loses weight.

There's no known mechanism for memes to make their way from your brain into your DNA encoding. And since there'd be a huge selective pressure to take advantage of this if it existed (say, passing on survival memes like how to hunt or which berries to avoid in the environment which your parents habitate, so your offspring would be equipped from birth instead of it taking upwards of a decade to teach them shit in the case of humans), we can probably rule it out.

Though perhaps the stolen DNA adds important simulation data for their active cognition--details about their particular neurotransmitter balance etc--or helps to add biological context to the resimulation/compilation of their memories from whatever source as part of their integration into an authentic, total virtual clone.

>Why? He doesn't need them to have a perfectly realistic digital clone body.
I agree, he could make super lifelike imitations just by compiling security footage from work, photos/videos from their social media, etc. Maybe it wouldn't be a perfect 1:1 biological (and neurological) clone of the person though, like he can get by stealing their jizz and growing a 3D model.

Or maybe he could get a perfect 1:1 imitation by secretly scanning somebody with a microwave sensor or something. Maybe there are numerous technologies available which could achieve the exact same result, but he just prefers the DNA clone approach out of many possible options. Maybe it's the easiest or safest way, or it's his fetish.
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Donik - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:37:26 EST ID:mw1AnnTr No.64057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64049
It's not all that dumb. Memory digitization has been done in the past, w/ Star Trek and especially w/ Ghost in the Shell (although when Major's ghost went into cyberspace it was from prior brainwaves).
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Nurse Alyssa Ogawa - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:44:21 EST ID:BFlLBWVn No.64058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64057
Dude yeah, but not via DNA from a fart someone left on their office chair. Black Mirror has thoroughly established memory-reading/augmenting "cookie" tech by this episode, so it makes a lot more sense that it'd be digital.
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Seven of Nine - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 13:33:28 EST ID:XFr8qSiV No.64066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64056
>Though perhaps the stolen DNA adds important simulation data for their active cognition--details about their particular neurotransmitter balance etc--or helps to add biological context to the resimulation/compilation of their memories from whatever source as part of their integration into an authentic, total virtual clone.
That's a good thought.

>but he just prefers the DNA clone approach out of many possible options
but this doesn't sit well with me because if there were different options, then stealing their DNA back from him really is pointless as he could just recreate them differently. Then again, unless they caused him to die somehow or communicated with their real selves and authorities, there's not much they can do to stop him just stealing their DNA again. It's not as though he went to a lot of trouble for it.
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Minuet - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 03:20:21 EST ID:BFlLBWVn No.64071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64066
They were mainly concerned with getting rid of the lollypop so that he wouldn't be able to bring the kid back, since that bring-your-kid-to-work-day was a one-off thing.

Not that that would necessarily stop him (as all Trek fans know, luring children and extracting their DNA is easy) and really it wouldn't even have mattered if he made a fake clone for his purposes anyway, but it's what the CEO's clone was hung up on.


Bump when Watching III by Joseph Sisko - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 18:28:41 EST ID:CtWKbnGU No.53706 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Stumbled across Samaritan Snare and realized we did not have a BWW thread as of late.

>We need things that make us go

Always loved the Pakleds, first for the obvious nod in the name (pack-led) and that they are basically space autists

Anyway, bump whenever you are watching star trek or see it on somewhere.
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Seven of Nine - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 11:18:46 EST ID:XFr8qSiV No.64065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What the fuck, IMDb.
>In the series, Wesley Crusher gets badly treated by Captain Picard
No he doesn't.
>whom repeatedly tells him to "Shut up!".
No he doesn't also I'm pretty sure that's incorrect use of 'whom'.
>In the novel "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter" by Michael Jan Friedman, it is revealed that before he was Captain of the Enterprise, Picard was hopelessly in love with Beverly Crusher
It's not exactly 'revealed'; the show is pretty clear on their mutual affection for all of Season 1.
>and it's likely Picard treats Wesley badly due to bitter feelings over Beverly marrying Picard's best friend Jack (Wesley's deceased father).
No it's not because he doesn't.
>Wesley Crusher was voted online as one of "Television's most hated characters" and was perceived as annoying and arrogant.
Not as annoying and arrogant as the person who wrote this piece of trivia holy shit has he even seen it or did he just read that novel?
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Guinan - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 03:09:55 EST ID:b048m/L8 No.64089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64065
Look I was just trolling when I wrote that
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Kai Opaka - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 20:12:28 EST ID:mw1AnnTr No.64117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64051
???

There was a normal tasha yar, that security chief with resting bitch face that dies in episode 4 (for no reason) and again in the mirror universe (for A reason).

just like tasha.
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Leck - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 16:32:12 EST ID:KjBqUFi6 No.64204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
watched all the seasons of DS9 except last 2 as they aired.. waited all these yearse.. finally seeing last 2... last two are the shittest... now I understand why this is no one's favourite series VIC who the fuck is vic and WHY DO WE LISTEN TO HIM SING ENTIRE SONGS ALL THE TIME!?
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Nava - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 21:20:42 EST ID:kIEweuhE No.64217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>feel a hankering for some comfy tng
>watch 402, family
>then the rest of s4-s7
>then s1-s4
>family again ALREADY
>sheeit
ds9 again? Then voy, ent? I can rule out std at least.


Thresold by Lt. Cmdr. Dexter Remmick - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 21:15:47 EST ID:5VzmgF16 No.63921 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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LOL!
This is great...
https://io9.gizmodo.com/fake-research-paper-based-on-star-trek-voyagers-worst-1823034838

tl;dr - Some guy managed to get the plot summary to VOY's "Thresold" episode published in a scientific journal.
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Guinan - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 02:35:30 EST ID:RUbNSsbE No.64036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this episode had the crew of Voyager develop transwarp technology, encountered a horrifying flaw, and that had the doctor cure it. Basically they could have used this to get home at any time, and this happened season 2, episode 15. When you realize this, you can't unrealize it.
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Dr. Denara Pel - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 13:04:33 EST ID:Ld8N1Crg No.64038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>64036
Shit
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DaiMon Torrot - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 13:08:23 EST ID:TinR0Zso No.64039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64036
It's not really clear what happened when the drive "worked" though. What if the doctor got shut down and the entire crew decided they didn't need treatment after the journey because he lost his mind pretty quickly. A ship full of people as crazy as Janeway is too much. When the number went from 1 to 2 there was lizard sex.

I'm not saying you're definitely wrong. Just you might not be definitely right. Doesn't matter though. It's better just to pretend the episode didn't happen.
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Donik - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 06:41:37 EST ID:rI/ks6VH No.64044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64036
The Doctor might have evolved into a futuristic toaster or something if he had gone warp 10.
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Kimara Cretak - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 11:11:15 EST ID:Gijl44UW No.64046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>64036
Voyager was a lot like Gilligan's Island like that, except in Voyager the captain ruins the ways to get home.


Watching TNG for First Time by Roy Ritterhouse - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 08:08:48 EST ID:ZBzcw/Bu No.63720 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /1701/

Made a thread about this when I started the show but it's fallen off the last page. I've been slowing down my watching because I really don't want to finish it and be out of episodes to watch. Anyway I'm on season 6 and just watch the two-parter Chain of Command. Now I finally know what everyone keeps referencing lol. What a powerful episode. Not to mention Riker's most badass monologue yet when he tells Jellico what a dickhead he is.

THERE! ARE! FOUR!!! LIGHTS!
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DaiMon Nunk - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 23:22:36 EST ID:hQCvx/zB No.63761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63757
When Jellico ordered the 4th duty shift Riker didn't install it, bitched about it, and then had to be told twice.

Jellico said it best himself to Picard:
>"I want this ship ready for action, and I don't have time to give Will Riker or anyone else a chance. And forgive me for being blunt, but the Enterprise is mine now."

The crew, save Data, was unprofessional, and it could've cost lives. Us liking them doesn't make their pouting okay and shouldn't paint Jellico as a heavy.
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Zefram Cochrane - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 05:44:34 EST ID:TinR0Zso No.63766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63756
I disagree. I thought Jellico was alright. If he'd taken a little time to read the crew instead of spending a few days battling them he'd have probably gotten them to suggest half the things he was going to tell them to do.Good managers on competent staff do that. Staff who are on side will be more resilient. Jellico was lucky that shit didn't go wrong outside his plan because the crew in the state it was in with low morale would have responded poorly. You can talk about whining and shit but it doesn't matter. The difference between a crew appearing to comply and being miserable and being miserable is polish on your shit. Shit morale is shit morale and it does affect everything if everyone feels disempowered or unappreciated. You can talk about "Professionalism" all day but Jellico's job includes getting the most out of his crew. They're not military or robots, so data aside that means motivating them and engaging them. Sure he had a great plan but most managers would be able to get their subordinates to dream them up and then would pick and amend the best one. A good manager would just have to suggest that 4 shifts might be better and the crew would jump to do it with a smile on their face.

Jellico's stiff and inefficient approach makes for better TV though. And in the end it's what saves him. He won't fail. It's not humbleness, it's his unwillingness to compromise and his seriousness that gives him the strength to eat Riker's shit and save the day. Did he need to do it that way? But this isn't Gene trek, every captain has their strengths and weaknesses. I like to think that Jellico learned a bit about captaining and so did Riker. In the end they both had to recognise that the other had a point to save Picard and the ship and a lot of lives I suspect. TNG did have a habit of applying character growth quite subtly, so we'd never see if future Jellico was a bit more subtle about his approach to people. Riker was definitely hard on junior officers who didn't do it his way in the future, even himself.
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Kalita - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 08:42:56 EST ID:NCqklKYp No.63768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63766
You ignore that they weren't under normal circumstances. You keep saying they're not military when it was clearly a military negotiation and black op taking place. You toss aside the idea of professionalism as if it's not incumbent on any subordinate in any setting to do what they're told. And you ignore the time crunch they were under. It's easy to talk as if Jellico had time to spare to romance the crew, but he didn't. When Picard went back to the past in All Good Things and asked the crew to do a bunch of shit that made no sense, they raised their eyebrows, asked him if he was sure, but they didn't whine.

This wasn't just a manager taking over at your job, dude. Senior officers should have better bearing. Plus they all served on more than one ship under more than one captain-- surely one of them had a hardass superior in the past. And again, Jellico is the one who is man enough to put the petty bullshit aside when he needs Riker to pilot, showing that he knows how to massage egos and humble himself, he just didn't have time for that nonsense under the circumstances. Disagree with me all you want, but I come from a place of expecting better from our crew. They acted like babies.
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Weyoun 4 - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 19:40:26 EST ID:ZBzcw/Bu No.63775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63768

>a subordinate in any setting should do what they're told

the crew didnt know about the black op. and every objection they raised was completely within their job description. crusher mentioning medbay gonna have many wounded/dead, just a consideration. riker questioning jellico's crazy war plans (he didnt know about the black op), hes the first officer thats his job, it was all within reason.
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Commander Tebok - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 10:02:41 EST ID:9Lm/CW9g No.63960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
After rewatching part one on Heroes & Icons, it does paint some of the senior crew in a bad light. Riker not telling Jellico he wasn't adding the 4th shift in was insubordinate, and his aborted attempt to complain to Picard was too. Picard probably would've told him as much. Troi's empathic abilities apparently only work on Jellico when she sense he's not sure of himself during negotiations. She should've been the first one to know that the man was all business, and instead she is surprised when he tells her he doesn't have time to honeymoon the crew and to get herself a uniform. Geordi's complaints and how he makes them do sound whiny. Everything he's asked to do is attainable, as Data dispassionately points out.

It seems as if the crew doesn't care about making a good impression on their new CO. They expect it to work the other way around. From the minute Jellico steps off the transporter Riker is rolling his eyes, showing that he gives Jellico less of a chance than Jellico does Riker. In fact Riker comes across worse because he seems jealous he didn't get command. The title of the episode itself is a reminder that there is indeed a chain of command in Starfleet, and there is no use bitching about it or trying to circumvent it.

And in the end, IIRC part two correctly, once Data is made first officer the ship seems to be running smoothly. At no point are the halls more crowded or is the ship failing to get up to Jellico's expectations or do crewmen look exhausted. The mission is a success and Jellico tells them it was an honor to serve with them. He ended up getting more out of the crew than they thought they had in them, and Troi keeps the uniform. He was a great captain to have everything from the Cardassians to his crew to time working against him and still accomplish a sensitive mission without incident. His kid's pictures remind us that he's probably a good man, but the situation demands he be terse and have the ship ready for heavy combat. I liked Jellico more by the end of this re-watch.


Sonic Closet by Corporal Kelly - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 11:28:53 EST ID:k5A9jRzr No.63694 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does star fleet go to the bathroom? I know they have sonic showers, so I figure they don't have very robust plumbing.

My best guess is they vaporize the waste right in the toilet and then they have some sort of sonic bidet to clean the winker. The wife disagrees, and says they probably just beam all the waste directly out of the body and either dump it in space or reuse the raw materials. The evidence she cites is that we see people in the brig all the time, and there's no toilet in there.

I know Disco has some bathroom scenes, are there enough clues there to piece together a bigger picture?
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Tora Ziyal - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 21:27:52 EST ID:j0rcL8cb No.63815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im surprised no one has mentioned Badger's star trek episode idea from breaking bad
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Captain Edward Jellico - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 23:39:21 EST ID:BvSXGgz/ No.63816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63815
Lol look up a few posts cadet
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Tora Ziyal - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 03:07:22 EST ID:j0rcL8cb No.63817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63816

no one mentioned it """"cadet"""""
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Ensign Herbert - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 03:37:33 EST ID:2G6oewNa No.63823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63817
see >>63709
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Tora Ziyal - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 05:20:33 EST ID:j0rcL8cb No.63829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63823

ah thats the problem, i dont click on random youtube link posts with no text.


Tarantino trek by Species 8472 - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 18:22:07 EST ID:255mfB5K No.63136 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So as you may have heard, there are rumors about Tarantino directing the next Trek movie. He pitched the idea to Abrams and it was well recieved or something?

and now Patrick Stewart announced that if Tarantino directs it, he wants to be in it.
>https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/patrick-stewart-might-reprise-jean-luc-picard-role-tarantino-directs-star-trek-1065667

not trying to get my hopes up, but this could actually be pretty darn good. Theories? Hopes? Will this be in the Kelvin timeline? I am looking forward to seeing how this plays out.
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Mezoti - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:08:31 EST ID:TinR0Zso No.63543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know it's a dumb argument but I had to pull this gem out.

>>63522
>Lord of the Rings
You know what would be crazier than Tarantino though? If they did lord of the rings with a gore film director. I dunno, some guy who had the record for most blood in a single film for 20 years who was known as a cult gore film director, whose magnum opus had zombies fucking and during the the penis bursts out the back and there is a zombie baby as a result, whose previous works had a guy eat part of his own brain and thwart man eating aliens, who did a film that was a satire of muppets but with drug addicted, sleazy disease infected animals fucking and murdering each other. That'd be fucking crazy.

Tarantino would be almost as mad as picking Peter Jackson as director for lord of the rings wouldn't he?

If you were blindsided by this go watch Brain Dead/Dead Alive, it's worth it for the lawnmower scene at least.
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Miles O'Brien - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 19:53:58 EST ID:Jr5d39zF No.63547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>63543
You're insane. That's almost as crazy as a director who made films centered around people getting run over, shot, blown up, and otherwise maimed in the Australian Outback going on to make Academy Award winning family films about piglets and penguins. Directors can only do one thing, you madman.
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Pavel Chekov - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 23:03:38 EST ID:SfiMcBo4 No.63548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63543
it took me a little while into production of LotR to realize that Peter Jackson was Pete Jackson
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James T Kirk - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 10:49:08 EST ID:MUJ4M6tq No.63549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63548
da fuck?
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Miles O'Brien - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 11:03:15 EST ID:Jr5d39zF No.63550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63549
The post he was replying to pointed out that Peter Jackson was known for a particular genre and style before he took on LOTR, and he ended up knocking those out of park. George Miller going from the Mad Max trilogy to Babe and Happy Feet is another example, and thus there's little reason to believe that Tarantino can't make a good Trek movie.

A little tidbit of news I just saw on Memory Alpha says that Chris Hemsworth hasn't spoken with JJ Abrams about Trek XIV since Beyond came out, which casts doubt on whether or not he'll be in it. Makes sense if Tarantino is wanting to adapt The City on the Edge of Forever. I'm fine if he goes in that direction if it wraps up Kelvin via The Guardian setting things right.


RIP by Guinan - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 15:09:24 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.63342 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He is now among the honored dead in StoVoKor
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DaiMon Solok - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 04:38:07 EST ID:Ij5pFKC7 No.63384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like an opiate overdose nb
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Nanpart Malor - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 09:34:15 EST ID:U1T+khkb No.63385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63351
He was too young for the recurring role. The other kid was too IMO.

>>63384
That's my guess too. Fucking bummer.
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Greer - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:30:54 EST ID:TWSDe718 No.63481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63342
umm... i hope they put the prosthetic on before putting the blackface on.. *is disturbed*.

I also know him from playing Quinten in the first series of Grace under Fire, until they decided that it would be more interesting if she had a teenage son, and the character aged 7 years over the summer.

It's really sad that he died, he lived a good life though, someone to be admired for sure. I hope I can achieve a quarter as much in the next year and a half before I turn 33
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Groundskeeper Boothby - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:05:51 EST ID:UtPiRzGG No.63485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>63481
If the makeup went on first the glue for the appliance would adhere to that and not his skin. The appliances would then fall off. This is bad.
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Guinan - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:09:39 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.63516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63485
Maybe he has a pinkface skull ridge and they have to paint the blackface over it.


Douche Canoe by Mot - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 16:52:40 EST ID:GwChYndC No.62186 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else think this douche canoe is actually just a klingon infiltrator as a way retcan the human klingon<->human<->klingon this time around or is it just me?

I don't fucking trust this guy. He's just a little bit TOO good.

And head of security? are you smoking tardigrade dust???
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Enabran Tain - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 23:21:03 EST ID:J6fZwWe6 No.62202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62189
red flag or red herring? the hints are so on the nose, it feels too obvious
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DaiMon Solok - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 01:26:43 EST ID:E7ocagf3 No.63372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here.....


FUCKING. CALLED IT.
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Mestral - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:40:50 EST ID:/EZxsCMr No.63378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63372
It was telegraphed ambiguously.
What is also ambiguous is whether this was a blunder or good writing.

When I can call events in Black Mirror I get the distinct impression that Charlie Brooker is feeding it to me intentionally and that it's actually just simple but good narrative weaving.
Then it gets taken somewhere else, and while events were foreshadowed you never called how impactful it was going to be.

That's good writing. Not trying to outsmart the audience or trick them. Except into feeling sadder than they expected.

Discovery? Who knows. Terrible writing elevated by good execution? Excellent writing damaged by execution? I can't fuckin' tell.
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Lt. Joseph Carey - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 14:54:36 EST ID:/ZlZHs3A No.63379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62188

More like Eddington 0.1. DS9 eased us into Eddington and the betrayal was a surprise. Eddington was no one special until he became someone special. STD dropped this twit into the middle of the inner circle because the plot needed it, not because he actually belonged there and was a natural fit. We never wondered why Eddington was positioned where he was. With Twit we questioned it from the start just like we question most of the show - the characters are making incoherent decisions to serve the plot.

I'm not watching the second half of the season. The first half has already shown me just what to expect. STD is like that one guy in a circle of friends where people try to assure that "he's not that bad" and "he's an acquired taste" which is just code for "after a while it bothers you less when he shits in your mouth in front of everybody and laughs at you." Fuck off, Discovery. You're a leech and you don't belong here.
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Dr. Telek R'Mor - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 20:16:26 EST ID:l5TvN503 No.63381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>63379
The first episode of the second half of the season has probably been the best of the season. It's not great, It's not really even good. But I'll keep watching to see if it makes a turn.
But even if the rest of the season is good, it still won't redeem the horrible start to the show though.


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