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(Some Guy)   All day Star Trek marathon on TNN today. Wil says 'Five Assed Monkey People' over and over   (thenewtnn.com) divider line 134
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2002-12-31 02:45:05 PM  
I know, dammit! Where was the montly Bond marathon? Arrgh.

Mookraker, the people demand Moonraker!
 
2002-12-31 02:45:13 PM  
Forsythe P. Jones owes me a new keyboard.
 
2002-12-31 02:45:28 PM  
**ironbar**

Picard would bore Kirk to death.

Picard could also die of old age waiting for Kirk to finish his sentence.

A Wash?
 
2002-12-31 02:46:37 PM  
Gatortarheel: Ooo - how about making Kirk's toup mutate into the King of the Tribbles?
 
2002-12-31 02:47:15 PM  
12-31-02 02:34:03 PM Dr Tad Winslow


Suspend the laws of time and space and let's say when both of them were in top physical condition.
 
2002-12-31 02:47:19 PM  
Moonraker can lick my ass as the worst Bond movie EVAR.

can anyone explain the TNN weirdness in the Great White North? The people demand answers!
 
2002-12-31 02:47:21 PM  
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home sucksdonkey balls. I know it was the most profitable, but golly, it's so frickin' stupid (not to mention pathetically dated). Besides, any Trekkie/Trekker knows that Wrath of Kahn is the best of the original cast's films.
 
2002-12-31 02:47:49 PM  
Gatortarheel: OMG, I laughed so hard I made a fool of myself in the office! That was priceless!
 
2002-12-31 02:49:06 PM  
Oh my.
 
2002-12-31 02:51:18 PM  
12-31-02 02:45:28 PM Kevra


Or Picard would be talking about books in French while Kirk was picking up all the ladies.
 
2002-12-31 02:54:37 PM  
**Ironbar**

Or trying to figure out how many lights there are
 
2002-12-31 02:56:55 PM  
I SEE FOUR LIGHTS!
 
2002-12-31 02:58:01 PM  
Irascible
Khan & Rod Stewart: separated at birth?
 
2002-12-31 02:58:45 PM  
Roche

Good reference. I think Picard hooked up (sort of) with the hottest of the hotties in the episode where some woman made herself his perfect partner.
 
2002-12-31 02:59:28 PM  
Kirk was best pals with a Vulcan, Picard had an effeminate robot.
 
2002-12-31 03:00:19 PM  
She was hot, and not nearly as annoying as that one crew member he hooked with that kept wanting to play music with him. That is quite possibily one of the worst episodes.
 
2002-12-31 03:03:40 PM  
My favorite line from Dr. Spock is:

"There is no try. Only do."
 
2002-12-31 03:03:57 PM  
I doubt Kirk could ever be hoodwinked into being assimilated by the Borg, either.
 
2002-12-31 03:04:15 PM  
Wrath of Khan was best, if only for the fine corinthian leather interiors.
 
2002-12-31 03:04:49 PM  

I guess ol' Wesley Crusher never had to tangle with the fearsome and warlike four-arsed monkey!
 
2002-12-31 03:07:48 PM  
12-31-02 02:47:15 PM Ironbar

Kirk. I think he'd fight pretty dirty, you know, eye-gouging, nut sqeezing, groin kicking...stuff like that.
 
2002-12-31 03:10:48 PM  


"Jolene, any idea where our careers have gone?"
 
2002-12-31 03:11:21 PM  
12-31-02 03:07:48 PM Dr Tad Winslow


Picard is a fencer, I think, too, which would not help him in a brawl with Kirk.
 
2002-12-31 03:12:44 PM  
Gatortarheel and Roche, I do believe you're talking about Ms. Jean Grey herself, Famke Janssen. (I didn't img src the pic, because it's large and I don't want to kill the site it's on.)
 
2002-12-31 03:15:25 PM  
As long as I'm nerding out, Famke Janssen was the first choice of Jadzia Dax on DS9. I know Terry Ferrell is hot, but I would have really liked to see Famke in that role. Mmm.
 
2002-12-31 03:15:46 PM  
Its kinda pathetic (a.k.a extremely pathetic) to say this but, in Nemesis, I almost cried because of Data(if you know what i'm talking about good for you)
 
2002-12-31 03:18:21 PM  
Yeah, but Straws, Starfleet has a good IT policy. They always backup their data.
 
2002-12-31 03:19:12 PM  


"Frenchman onscreen, Captain."
 
2002-12-31 03:19:23 PM  
PlastiqueJeebus, I'm going to have to hurt you for that. Hold still...
 
2002-12-31 03:21:54 PM  
Somebody needs to tell me what putting an "emotion chip" in a synthetic accomplishes.
 
2002-12-31 03:29:38 PM  
Famke Janssen was also a bond girl. Xenia Onatopp.
 
2002-12-31 03:30:21 PM  
Kirk would drown his wife in a pool while Picard grew a beard for a tv miniseries.
 
2002-12-31 03:30:27 PM  
Straws, Its kinda pathetic (a.k.a extremely pathetic) to say this but, in Nemesis, I almost cried because of Data(if you know what i'm talking about good for you).

Why? It's not like there can be any doubt how that little problem will resolve.

 
2002-12-31 03:34:10 PM  
Please...Data is easy to bring back, now being regenereted on the Genesis planet and returning to Vulcan for an ancient mind meld/transfer ceremony is much more ballsy.
 
2002-12-31 03:34:49 PM  
Regenerated?
 
2002-12-31 03:34:52 PM  
Canadian TNN Goofiness:

This is just speculation on my part, but I believe that the Canadian broadcast rights to some movies was purchased by other broadcasters (look for Star Trek movies on Space: The Imagination Station, for example), so TNN can't show those in Canada. The 'alternate' programming is spliced in by your local cable or satellite company, in order to conform with CRTC regulations.

I notice that it only happens with TNN, and only with movies, so their license may be a unique one in Canada.
 
2002-12-31 03:35:21 PM  
Yeah, but it won't be the same, Flignir. There went all his experiences that made him Data, for crissake. Can't replace those. It's like they have to start all over.

Yeah, Straws, I got a lump in my throat too. Surprised myself, I did.
 
2002-12-31 03:41:06 PM  
Don't even get me started on how Nemesis is basically a retelling of Wrath of Kahn. Except much, much, much worse.
 
2002-12-31 03:42:08 PM  
Argh, what I mean to say, of course, was, "Khan".

KHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNN!
 
2002-12-31 03:42:30 PM  
I notice Wil has thongs for the ladies on his site, now.

Excellent product, I must say.
 
2002-12-31 03:43:33 PM  
12-31-02 03:11:21 PM Ironbar

If worse came to worse, Kirk could rip off his tupee and beat Picard to death with it.
 
2002-12-31 03:44:31 PM  
Unyon : Can I blame it on the CRTC?

PlastiqueJeebus : You're right on the Wrath of Khan/Nemesis thing. There are even scenes where you can see where Nemesis was "inspired" by Khan.

Yes, I am a big loser
 
2002-12-31 03:44:33 PM  
I think Khan was cannier than Shinzon is, though. Khan made do with what he had, and could think his way out of many problems.

Shinzon had a mental reference library of everything Picard, which gave him a huge advantage.
 
2002-12-31 03:50:12 PM  
Star Trek: Free Willy - worst ST movie ever.
 
2002-12-31 03:52:04 PM  
Yeah, but it won't be the same, Flignir. There went all his experiences that made him Data, for crissake. Can't replace those. It's like they have to start all over.

All the experiences that made him Data were downloaded into the retard version of Data. It's just information, nothing special lost at all.
 
2002-12-31 03:52:08 PM  
Athena: Yeah, but it won't be the same, Flignir. There went all his experiences that made him Data, for crissake. Can't replace those. It's like they have to start all over.

But they did download all of Data's experiences into B4. The only thing he doesn't have is memory of half of the whole Reman episode. Obviously, a way will be found to make B4 "evolve" in Star Trek XI, if profits allow for such a picture.

 
2002-12-31 03:55:28 PM  
Of course there will be another Data. Dr. Soong made like 20 androids before he got it down right.
 
2002-12-31 03:56:47 PM  
I think Khan was cannier than Shinzon is, though. Khan made do with what he had, and could think his way out of many problems.

he's genetically engineered, so he's smarter. i like Khan, resourceful. but like kirk says, he thinks in 2 dimensional during ship battle.
i dont think shinzon is a formidable enemy, it's his ship with 52 disruptors + 27 torpedo bays + primary/secondary shield.. not the person. but khan... with a small reliant vessel he could match the enterprise.
 
2002-12-31 03:59:33 PM  
Forsythe P. Jones' animation isn't Kirk is it? I think It's Joe Cocker.
 
2002-12-31 04:03:17 PM  
I finally saw the Wil say the 5 assed monkey people thing....I would request that Wil tell us if that was scripted, or if he came up with that himself.
 
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