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This is why I never watch(ed) Star Trek...

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by vrbryant, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. vrbryant

    vrbryant Ever thus to ____ers Staff Member

    I just happened to flip to the Sci Fi Channel, and the original Star Trek was on. On the screen was an enormous brown creature that most closely resembled a steaming pile of dog shit. He was talking to Kirk, Spock, and a man who was clearly supposed to be Abraham Lincoln.

    It should definitely be noted that I was not under the influence of any drugs.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2004
  2. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    Yeah, that sounds like old Star Trek allright. The special effects on that show were really, uh, special.

    I remember one about some little furry creatures that multiplied rapidly and took over- they looked like someone's fuzzy bedroom slippers.
  3. BuckeyeSkins

    BuckeyeSkins Go Bucks/Hail to the Redskins!!

    I think what you're talking about were called "tribbels" or something like that. The special effects were definately "special" without doubt.
  4. Oh8ch

    Oh8ch Cognoscente of Omphaloskepsis Staff Member

    I now just the epsidode you are talking about. When I get together with my friends on weekends we have a heck of a time getting anyone to wear that particular costume.
  5. buckzip

    buckzip Reeking with awesomeness

    Guys,it's from the 60's. There were no special affects.
    Now watch Voyager, just to see 7-0f 9 in her outfit. Yummy.
  6. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand.

    wasn't that the one where they meet a young Karen Holbrook
  7. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

    No, the steaming pile of shit looked to pretty to be Karen Holbrook.
  8. buckzip

    buckzip Reeking with awesomeness

    There is nothing steaming about Hollbrook
  9. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

    Yeah.. I guess it has been about 70 years since that animal shit her out.
  10. ashlandbuck

    ashlandbuck Banned


    Come'on man...where's you imagination and sense of adventure?

    That was actually a pretty good episode. Some superior race wanted to better understand our system of good vs. evil and therefore reincarnated famous characters from both sides of that spectrum from our earth history to see which side would be victorious in a struggle against one another.

    Silly? Yes. But it was still a little fun and quite imaginative.
  11. The KSB

    The KSB 4-4-11/11-5-11

    Man I'd love to get ahold of Uhora's big juicy fat ass.
  12. exhawg

    exhawg Mirror Guy Staff Member

    How about T'Pol vs. 7 in a KY Jelly wraslin match?



  13. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    "The Trouble with Tribbles". Classic episode. Probably the most famous Star Trek episode ever.
  14. Buckeyeskickbuttocks

    Buckeyeskickbuttocks Z --> Z^2 + c Staff Member

    Spock: "It isn't logical for people to talk about a show that went off the air 30 years ago, and after a relatively small number of episodes."
    Kirk: "I wonder if that purplish-pancake looking thing can give me a hummer?"
    Spock: "Captain, you are what the ancients of your race called, one weird fuck"
    Kirk: "Damn skippy, spock. Damn skippy. Checkov! Set a course for that purple pancake looking thing."
  15. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    'Star Trek' fan builds company headquarters in shape of USS Enterprise


    The online game developer run by an avid "Star Trek" fan has built its headquarters in China in the shape of the legendary spaceship that Captain Kirk used to "boldly go where no man has gone before."

    NetDragon was founded by Liu Dejian, one of China's most wealthy men and a self-described Trekkie, according to various Chinese and American news reports.

    The six-story building in China's southeast Fujian province is about 850 feet long and 300 feet wide. The company reportedly spent nearly $100 million to build it, and construction was completed in October.

    Entire article:
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