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why are the enterprise characters so boring

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- Tue, 09 Jun 2020 00:59:37 EST df+df6D9 No.70347
File: 1591678777529.jpg -(178108B / 173.93KB, 752x685) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. why are the enterprise characters so boring
archer is basically sam beckett but in space because bakula is incapable of acting as any other character, t'pol is just sexy vulcan unga, trip was kinda neat because he was basically a redneck in space, reed... I don't know what reed did. Hoshi had that language did but I don't think they ever did anything with her, and mayweather might as well not existed at all. phlox was only interesting because he's a psychopath.

even the dog was boring
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Captain Rixx - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 04:57:09 EST Aa5uWo0C No.70786 Reply
>>70785

You mean star trek the animated series, thats 2 seasons and it is all good. What is your point?
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G'Quan - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 08:30:15 EST 5SVJcPG+ No.70791 Reply
>>70786
>what is your point?
>rules still apply, its after the 3rd season that all ST shows mature
Point is that "rule" is false more times than true. We've got TAS, STD, PIC, and LD that never got 3 seasons or haven't yet and S3 of Ent is the Xindi. TOS only had 3 and the first two have some stellar episodes. That just leaves DS9, VOY, and TNG. Of those the only one with a huge difference between S1&2 vs 3+ is TNG which has some pretty obvious reasons for being like that. Mainly Piller coming on after S2 and putting together the team that wrote the bulk of the S3-7 episodes and the writers strike in 88.

Questionable ethics

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!!4vMEXnV5 - Wed, 09 Sep 2020 14:29:09 EST OI3//Vl7 No.70712
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>Well our Daughter got sucked into a time portal and she's had no human contact for over ten years so she's understandably a little mentally unstable. Let's do our best to reintegrate her. Oh no she had a wild episode and hit someone after we tricked her with the holosuite into thinking she was home and then pulled her out suddenly, guess the only thing we can do now is to send her back to the desolate world she came from where she can live alone for the rest of her life

what the actual fuck O'Brien.
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Lt. Cmdr. Calvin Hudson - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 02:12:31 EST O02P7RYT No.70739 Reply
>>70738
Are you implying Troi was a mental health professional?
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Lt. Reginald Barclay - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 09:38:13 EST jwjJ078M No.70740 Reply
>>70739
A health professional who was mental sums her up pretty well.

Trek as of late

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- Sun, 23 Aug 2020 13:14:06 EST OoAY3Tf2 No.70652
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Alright guys, so like it or not we're in the second Trek renaissance. There's three ongoing series and at least three more in the works. Whats everyone's opinion on the current status of the franchise? I liked about half of Discovery, hated most of Picard and barely care about Lower Decks (it's given me a cheap laugh twice). I think 31 will be okay, have high hopes for Strange New Worlds and have no idea what to think about Prodigy.
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Sybok - Thu, 03 Sep 2020 21:42:59 EST he2FepMn No.70693 Reply
>>70653

Zathras, I think it's a matter of expectations. I didn't expect DSC to be great - certainly not on the level of TNG or DS9 - so I wasn't as let down by its flaws. I think it still has a long ways to go if it wants to even reach VOY's level. However, I am optimistic that it could given the right writing staff & a little more effort on behalf of some of the actors (Sonequa needs to stop acting like a human acting like a Vulcan & just be human instead).

I agree about B5. In fact, I would have rather seen CBS let Star Trek RIP & instead made a new series set in B5's universe. Star Trek will always be my favorite sci-fi on nostalgic grounds, but I must admit that B5 had the same potential that Trek did, but was stifled by lack of funds & ridiculous copyright laws. It deserves the same chance that Star Trek got.
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Khan Noonien Singh - Sun, 06 Sep 2020 19:23:43 EST O02P7RYT No.70697 Reply
>>70683
More Generic matte paintings blue screened behind san francisco yacht club docks.
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Lt. Cmdr. Argyle - Sat, 12 Sep 2020 00:16:06 EST hSHxxrKP No.70722 Reply
>>70693
Damnit, you know it Isn't DSC, it's STD!!!

I was into STP for the first four or five episodes, but once they got to the borg cube it all went to shit. I do credit the writers for figuring out a clever way to Dr Who Picard though. Now that he's a robot he can just download his mind into any synth body he wants and basically be immortal. Ha! Fuck you, Patrick Stewart!

STD might have some potential since it's going to take place post-prime, but I agree with the folks who don't like the darker tone (although even TNG got darker towards the end). I'd like to see some candyfluff shows that feel good all the way through but I gather we're in for more grit and bile. And blatant virtue signaling, that's important too.

As for STLD, I haven't and won't watch. The only ST comedy I want to see is Star Trek: Redshirts, following the hillarious misfortunes of Enterprise security personnel under the command of Capt. J. T. Kirk.

Ds9 s1e1 drug

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- Wed, 12 Aug 2020 20:46:46 EST MDopqdYX No.70600
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I did a drug unexpectedly where there were aliens talking to me through my memories, like on the first episode of DS9. What drug does that? I thought maybe it was DMT because ofvthe aliens, but that appatently only lasts like 15 minutes and this went on for like at least several hours. I thought I was dying because my stomach was all fucked up, and these aliens were like my whole life replaying with messages about this being what everything led up to, and I thought I was going to get to go with them, but I kept waking up here again because I did something wrong and I couldn't get out and go with them yet. It took like a month to recover and stop feeling like I was supposed to go with them every time I woke up, and my right arm's been weak ever since. But it was like on DS9. What drug was that episode based on?
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ok - Sun, 30 Aug 2020 13:54:06 EST 6zOBifD3 No.70666 Reply
>>70600
i've done mushrooms and had experiences where i felt like time was moving backwards and there was som deep truth that the universe wanted to communicate to me. This probably isnt a hugely uncommmon experience with psychedelics. I suggest you just be kind to yourself and give yourself time to recover.
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Rebi - Sun, 30 Aug 2020 21:02:24 EST 5IjuyRbn No.70667 Reply
>>70600
That's amazing, and it's true. Maybe with more thought and expansion, you have some great research to go over.
When I was younger an Alien that was from a far off place, more out skirt to a higher interdimensional alien, could spot me, you are visible sometimes on an astral level, like when you take drugs or maybe biologically have difference. Vibrations or energy, I've seen people on the Earth from space from the other up dimension in the alien ship and they glow white.
Anyway he picked up in a tractor beam when time was really slow, right in the middle city, and took me away, and I had to plea to bring me back, because it takes time and the orbital changing is problematic.
He could've been right from a point of view, and I was wrong, but god and higher dimensional aliens have reached me here.
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Rebi - Sun, 30 Aug 2020 22:41:52 EST 5IjuyRbn No.70668 Reply
>>70667
he took me away because it's treacherous to be us and wanted to take me on a hard out adventure, stretch my mind out to real, it would link back in through telepathy imagery to humanity and grow it up, but he's a hard survivalist.
I believe its an energy submission from god's thought, like a beam and he got there early in space time and god and all the higher community turns up on time. Something like that in comos chances.

RIP Sarek

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!lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 19 Aug 2020 08:54:36 EST 6VRfFpRP No.70636
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>Ben Cross, the English actor best known for his portrayal of the British Olympic athlete Harold Abrahams in the 1981 Best Picture Oscar winner Chariots of Fire and as Sarek in the 2009 reboot Star Trek, died today in Vienna after a short illness. He was 72.

I liked him as Mr. Rabbit in Banshee but his portrayal of Sarek in the Star Trek film was good.

ALL Lives Matter in Star Trek

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- Mon, 15 Jun 2020 23:26:42 EST b048m/L8 No.70398
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I just want to say VERY CLEARLY that the message of the so-called "Black Lives Matter" movement is completely anathema to the ideals of Star Trek. Star Trek never advocated putting one group on a pedestal over all others, or taking out your grandfather's grudges on his enemies' grandchildren. This is a divisive movement, it's almost stuck living in the 60's when black people weren't one of the most privileged groups in the United States, and a harmonious multicultural society could have already been achieved if not for this divisive, race-baiting, and quite frankly evil group. Police brutality in the modern day is something we ALL enjoy. If BLM cared about social change and didn't want a future of race wars and segregation, they shouldn't have made it race-blind and SHOULD ABSOLUTELY NOT HAVE ignored cases like Tony Timpa, where a white man was killed in his own home in the exact same manner as George Floyd. Because he wasn't black, BLM infers he didn't matter by their silence. Thus, their goal is not justice, through the elevation of one community over another. It's about petty revenge, for something that happened long before any Hue-Mon living today was born. It's bullshit. No one, not black, not white, not Andorian, not even a fucking BAJORAN deserves to be punished for their ancestors crimes.

Star Trek dreamed of a future where people didn't form immediate opinions on you based on appearance., but where the content of your character was what mattered. It would not be a stretch of the imagination to say that Martin Luther King and Gene Roddenberry were on the same page. They were. And if you are a true star trek fan, and not some wannabe, I probably won't have to win you over, you'll already be like me, stuck in the uncomfortable position of neutrality between two screeching mobs of the most entitled generation ever born. But I write this now for those who know in their hearts that this movement is pushing society backwards, but are too afraid to admit it to yourselves. This is a movement of oppression hidden in the skin of a movement of justice and equality.

I've seen too many people getting their lives ruined over social media, too many people getting killed or maimed in these riots (and then not being reported on because it was a black person killed by another black person), too much division and destruction. I'm personally very strongly against it, but I dare not say a word outside of the anonymous internet because I've seen what happens to those who do. Same shit that happened to those that spoke out against the Nazis. Same shit as those who spoke out against communism during the CCP cultural revolution. I want to point out, yes indeed, black lives DO matter but only as a subset of ALL LIVES. This movement has run its course, and if you can still stomach the dishonor of supporting it, you are not in favor of actual equality. We are never making a United Federation of Planets if we can't get over simple shit like this, guys.

Star Trek might be dead, but it's lit a fire inside me that will never die. Can you say the same? Or will you fall for divisive propaganda and summon a world where people of different shades of beige can't share the same society? Being blind to race is better that focusing on it. It doesn't matter. If you think it matters, you need to get over that shit, it's holding you back. People should respect other cultures, but this movement has become about destroying history and toppling statues, barely any different from ISIS. There's no moral high ground to speak out against defacing some mural of Floyd when you just fucking smashed a statue of Thomas Jefferson. This movement has blown any goodwill it had in my heart over the past few weeks, and if it didn't do the same to you, I'd suggest time away from social media combined with quiet reflections of your values. Do you really want to give support to the Mirror Universe's version of the Ku Klux Klan? The only difference I see is skin color. And to me, because I believe in the message of Star Trek, that is a basically meaningless attribute.

So, if you disagree with me, I welcome that. Let's hear what you have to say. The biggest problem with the current state of affairs is that those who preach such a love for diversity of culture will allow no diversity of opinion. Sorry to bring this fucking cancer here, but I had to.

say it with me:

ALL
LIVES
MATTER
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Kono - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 04:52:44 EST 6C6kcMFd No.70584 Reply
>>70581
He's old. Old people don't really give two fucks anymore. He's not the most intelligent person on Twitter, or the most eloquent. But Lord knows he's far from the bottom. And that bottom is having a bitchfight with him now. It's kind of the same as how the RLM went down. Shatner didn't give two fucks. People approaching Shatner with the attitude that he should give fucks, or, as is the case now, very many fucks, automatically place themselves on the losing side.
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Temporal Agent Daniels - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 09:23:36 EST z9YUOs6r No.70587 Reply
>>70580
"literally killing people"

Jesus christ. People blaming the whole transgender suicide rate on shit like that is so dumb. They have a high suicide rate largely because of the dysphoria itself. It remains high whether they transition or not.

People always saying it's not a mental illness, same people who supposedly wanna end the stigma of mental illness.
Just put 2 and 2 together. It's a mental illness that's nothing to be ashamed of nor is it invalidating of their transition.
It's not easy to be trans regardless of society's acceptance of it. That's just the unfortunate truth.
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Nanpart Malor - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 15:51:30 EST jwjJ078M No.70589 Reply
>>70581
Shatner just doesn't give a shit. The man posts about being a brony on a regular basis.

Star Trek Universe Virtual Panel

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!lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 10:05:56 EST KmwkQQCM No.70529
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>Watch the Star Trek Universe Virtual Panel at 1pm EDT / 6pm in /1701/tube - http://taima.tv/r/1701

Star Trek broke barriers when it first premiered more than 50 years ago, inspiring people of all walks of life by championing cultural diversity, scientific advancement, and the exploration of new frontiers. Today, this legacy carries on through the Star Trek series on CBS All Access, where Starfleet and new characters alike take on exciting missions and explore uncharted areas of the universe while keeping true to the ideals of "Star Trek" that society needs now more than ever. Join us as we virtually bring together the casts and producers from Star Trek: Discovery, new animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks and Star Trek: Picard.

Dominic Patten, Deadline's senior editor, moderates the overall "Star Trek Universe" panels with an introduction and discussion with Secret Hideout executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin who give a glimpse of what's ahead in the ever-expanding franchise.

The cast of Star Trek: Discovery reprises their roles in a virtual table read of the season two finale "Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2." Cast scheduled to appear, include Sonequa Martin-Green (Commander Michael Burnham), Michelle Yeoh (Philippa Georgiou), Doug Jones (Commander Saru), Anthony Rapp (Lt. Commander Paul Stamets), Mary Wiseman (Ensign Sylvia Tilly), Wilson Cruz (Dr. Hugh Culber), Mary Chieffo (L'Rell), Tig Notaro (Commander Jett Reno), Alan Van Sprang (Captain Leland), Jayne Brook (Admiral Katrina Cornwall), and the Discovery Bridge crew Emily Coutts (Lt. Detmer), Oyin Oladejo (Lt. J.G. Owosekun), Patrick Kwok-Choon (Lt. Rhys), Ronnie Rowe Jr. (Lt. J.G. Bryce), Sara Mitich (Lt. Nilsson), and upcoming Start Trek: Strange New World stars Anson Mount (Captain Christopher Pike), Rebecca Romijn (Number One), and Ethan Peck (Spock), alongside Star Trek: Discovery executive producer and co-showrunner Michelle Paradise and executive producer Olatunde Osunsanmi, who also directed the season two finale.Act one of the table read will make its world premiere at Comic-Con@Home followed by a brief cast Q&A.

Mike McMahan (Rick and Morty, Solar Opposites), creator, showrunner, and executive producer of the upcoming animated comedy series Star Trek: Lower Decks, which premieres Thursday, August 6 on CBS All Access, will debut an exclusive extended first look from the premiere episode. McMahan also moderates a fun discussion with the Starfleet crew residing in the "lower decks" of the U.S.S. Cerritos, including "Ensign Beckett Mariner" voiced by Tawny Newsome, "Ensign Brad Boimler" voiced by Jack Quaid, "Ensign Tendi" voiced by Noël Wells, and "Ensign Rutherford" voiced by Eugene Cordero and the ship's bridge crew including "Captain Carol Freeman" voiced by Dawnn Lewis, "Commander Jack Ransom" voiced by Jerry O'Connell, "Lieutenant Shaxs" voiced by Fred Tatasciore, and "Doctor T'Ana: voiced by Gillian Vigman.

Patrick Stewart and the lively cast of the hit original series Star Trek: Picard, come together (virtually) for the first time post-finale to discuss the critically acclaimed first season. Cast members scheduled to appear includes Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), Alison Pill (Dr. Agnes Jurati), Isa Briones (Dahj/Soji), Evan Evagora (Elnor), Michelle Hurd (Raffi Musiker), and Santiago Cabrera (Cristobal Rios) along with special guest stars Brent Spiner (Data/Dr. Soong), Jonathan Del Arco (Hugh), Jonathan Frakes (William Riker), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), and Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi).
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:49:06 EST KmwkQQCM No.70547 Reply
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They announced a Star Trek show for kids.
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Boq'ta - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 19:08:45 EST 5SVJcPG+ No.70548 Reply
>>70547
Yeah, months ago. There is also a Section-31 show and Enterprise series on the way bringing the total to 6 concurrent Trek shows in case you missed all of those announcements too.
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Commander Donatra - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 22:27:17 EST 5SVJcPG+ No.70553 Reply
>>70548
Damn, I did not mean to come off like an asshole. Sorry. nb

Everything I Knew Was a Lie

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- Sat, 23 Nov 2019 00:05:30 EST yLFBT7xS No.69103
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The original Enterprise (Constitution class) had a holodeck. This goes against everything I was ever taught growing up.
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Zefram Cochrane - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 15:40:18 EST BnrdIjvE No.70503 Reply
>>69112
In my head there was the Matrix and the Animatrix and then they called it a day. It is fine to live in a different reality to others as long as you remember they do not share your own superior reality. Mine now includes what you posted here.

video request

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- Sun, 07 Jun 2020 18:52:25 EST fhOpgdra No.70340
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I'm looking for a video which I'm pretty sure is a TNG edit where Riker uses his Q power to show Wesley his future self and it's fucking Wil Wheaton then Data bursts out laughing.

I can't for the life of me find it.

Dukat's GILF tooth.

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- Fri, 26 Jun 2020 12:55:41 EST nldWS06A No.70466
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Don't know bout you fam but this whack imho.
Did wrong in my book XD
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Krem - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 08:44:16 EST kvhLikSb No.70479 Reply
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>>70467
>he was popular and bajorans weren't

Yeah no shit, pretty much all Bajorans on the show are terrible people. Even Kira (who were are supposed to like because she's a main character) is insufferable until she goes through an arc where she's forced to work with people from other cultures and finally learns that you don't need to be a cunt in order to get ahead in life (or something to that effect).

The only likable Bajoran I can think of is that old guy who gave Ro Laren some hasperat and advice. But I bet that off-screen even that guy beats his wife in front of the kids because she didn't make the hasperat spicy enough.
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Chell - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 12:25:18 EST BnrdIjvE No.70480 Reply
>>70479
Kira starts as a cunt and learns quite a few lessons. I enjoyed watching it and am a fan of the character but because she overcomes being horrible rather than because she's just nice. Dukat slowly did descend into being a tosspot in almost a direct contrast to her, but he had so much smarm that he would have had to go a long way. I think if they'd kept the existing pace he might have been annoying by about season 11 or 12 but they didn't have that time so they just made him go mad and called it a day. In fairness he's had a pretty wild ride and going mad isn't completely unbelievable but it's definitely the "make the best of the situation we got ourselves into" cop out and not superb writing.

He spent 6 seasons ignoring vital lessons and doubling down. Losing Ziyal could have also been the moment where it finally came to roost and they could have turned him into a tragic character, I think it's harder to imagine the Cardies rallying around such a contraversial figure the way they did Damar. Also for all his smarm I can't imagine Dukat laughing and saying "They'll just make another copy of him, you know. You should've killed me. There's only one Dukat".

There were a couple of cool bajorans and they all die heroically. Though chill gardening dude's corpse ends up being another stepping stone for Kai Hilary.
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 18:57:08 EST jwjJ078M No.70481 Reply
>>70480
>Also for all his smarm I can't imagine Dukat laughing and saying "They'll just make another copy of him, you know. You should've killed me. There's only one Dukat".
Because Dukat wouldn't laugh at a pointless death, regardless of if they could be cloned.

The Next Generation

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- Tue, 09 Jun 2020 23:00:34 EST pOWQFpvV No.70355
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Never been a big trekkie but saw some TOS on cable the other day and decided to start watching TNG. Damn this is a good show! Anything I should keep in mind while watching it (spoiler free)? Just finished season 1, seems like they don't make television like this any more. Most episodes have a good story, beautiful women, and strong characters, feels like they don't make television like this anymore. It's the perfect show to get stoned and watch while programming.

I tried watching some DS9 but it was boring as fuck compared to big dick Picard and pussy eating king Riker hitting backwall across the galaxy.

RIP Chief Security Officer Tasha Yar
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Four - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 00:43:21 EST czGPfB2e No.70356 Reply
Yo man fucking spoilers what the fuck

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