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(TMZ)   Brent Spiner admits he cheated while taking traffic school. You'd think that would have been something Marina Sirtis did, what with crashing the Enterprise and all   (tmz.com) divider line 74
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2013-02-17 09:16:08 AM
MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

i2.listal.com
 
2013-02-17 10:24:06 AM

Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]


She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.
 
2013-02-17 10:36:06 AM

gopher321: Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]

She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.


And still remarkably hittable for 57.
 
2013-02-17 12:18:39 PM
Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.
 
2013-02-17 12:28:49 PM

violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.


The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.
 
2013-02-17 12:53:06 PM

Shostie: gopher321: Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]

She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.

And still remarkably hittable for 57.


Yeah, I'd warp factor-..., which is to say I'd set my phaser to-...um,...I'd boldly go-....I mean, I'd fire my photon tor-

GODDAMIT I WOULD HAVE SEX WITH THAT WOMAN!!
 
2013-02-17 01:03:55 PM

Lionel Mandrake: Shostie: gopher321: Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]

She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.

And still remarkably hittable for 57.

Yeah, I'd warp factor-..., which is to say I'd set my phaser to-...um,...I'd boldly go-....I mean, I'd fire my photon tor-

GODDAMIT I WOULD HAVE SEX WITH THAT WOMAN!!


farm6.staticflickr.com
 
2013-02-17 01:41:37 PM

GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.


I don't know if I've seen him on screen since Nemesis and he was showing his age even then. I was not expecting grey hair for some reason.
 
2013-02-17 02:46:20 PM
Did Spiner cheat when taking the 'Kobayashi Maru' test?  If he did, was he awarded a commendation for "original thinking"?
 
2013-02-17 02:54:01 PM
Oh, let's all just enjoy Brent Spiner on Night Court.
 
2013-02-17 02:54:44 PM
starwrecked.com
Here she is in Death Wish 3. This is my wife, Maria.
 
2013-02-17 03:02:02 PM

Lionel Mandrake: Shostie: gopher321: Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]

She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.

And still remarkably hittable for 57.

Yeah, I'd warp factor-..., which is to say I'd set my phaser to-...um,...I'd boldly go-....I mean, I'd fire my photon tor-

GODDAMIT I WOULD HAVE SEX WITH THAT WOMAN!!


25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-02-17 03:02:29 PM

violentsalvation: GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

I don't know if I've seen him on screen since Nemesis and he was showing his age even then. I was not expecting grey hair for some reason.


He had a recurring role in Warehouse 13 this past season.  He's not doing too bad for his age:
www.tvequals.com
 
2013-02-17 03:10:06 PM

GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.


Cake on enough silvery white make up and you can fill up the facial lines. Just don't make too many facial expressions. Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.
 
2013-02-17 03:13:13 PM
Didn't she show teh boobies in 48 Hours?
 
2013-02-17 03:13:13 PM

LeroyBourne: [starwrecked.com image 768x308]
Here she is in Death Wish 3. This is my wife, Maria.


Makeup, hair products, and low cut lavender lycra work much better for her.
 
2013-02-17 03:13:22 PM

Lionel Mandrake: Shostie: gopher321: Dinki: MMM Marina Sirtis thread.....

[i2.listal.com image 397x600]

She's starting to look like an old gypsy woman.

And still remarkably hittable for 57.

Yeah, I'd warp factor-..., which is to say I'd set my phaser to-...um,...I'd boldly go-....I mean, I'd fire my photon tor-

GODDAMIT I WOULD HAVE SEX WITH THAT WOMAN!!


Except when she opens her mouth and her Sarf Landon accent spews forth....
 
2013-02-17 03:15:10 PM
i291.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-17 03:17:47 PM

FunkOut: GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

Cake on enough silvery white make up and you can fill up the facial lines. Just don't make too many facial expressions. Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.


If they wanted to work him into a future Trek movie all they need to do is use the same process they used for CLU in Tron Legacy. Since he's an android, the uncanny valley would actually work in the film's favor.
 
2013-02-17 03:24:43 PM

Mad_Radhu: If they wanted to work him into a future Trek movie all they need to do is use the same process they used for CLU in Tron Legacy. Since he's an android, the uncanny valley would actually work in the film's favor.


I imagine they could use similar techniques to what they used in Looper.  There are a lot of options.
 
2013-02-17 03:37:47 PM
I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.
 
2013-02-17 03:42:16 PM

Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.


I think Star Trek: Dallas is even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QktVh64BYx4
 
2013-02-17 03:43:47 PM

NeoCortex42: violentsalvation: GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

I don't know if I've seen him on screen since Nemesis and he was showing his age even then. I was not expecting grey hair for some reason.

He had a recurring role in Warehouse 13 this past season.  He's not doing too bad for his age:
[www.tvequals.com image 399x302]


I don't think he's doing too badly either. I'd hit it.

/I found the Warehouse 13 cassock costume strangely appealing.
 
2013-02-17 03:46:43 PM
He played a scientist that got schooled by John Travolta in Phenomenon.  Nice comedic bit.
 
2013-02-17 03:49:51 PM
Fark you disappoint.  23 comments in and no mention of his web series Fresh Hell.

http://www.freshhellseries.com/

Also, more pics of marina please.  KTHXBAI
 
2013-02-17 03:58:25 PM
Should've blamed it on Lore.
 
2013-02-17 03:58:55 PM

bazzanoid: Fark you disappoint.  23 comments in and no mention of his web series Fresh Hell.

http://www.freshhellseries.com/

Also, more pics of marina please.  KTHXBAI


Thanks for the root kit attempt.  Not going to that site...
 
2013-02-17 04:03:43 PM
BY KAHLESS` SWORD

2.bp.blogspot.com

I WOULD HIT MYSELF WITH PAIN STICKS FOR THIS.
 
2013-02-17 04:04:58 PM

Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.


The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.
 
2013-02-17 04:46:42 PM

germ78: Didn't she show teh boobies in 48 Hours?


That was Denise Crosby, wasn't it?

anongallery.org
 
2013-02-17 04:49:17 PM
Data explained on the show that he was designed to age in appearance.  Of course that is silly and was only included to explain the aging of the actor, but it was addressed.
 
2013-02-17 04:55:00 PM

NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.


img266.imageshack.us
 
2013-02-17 04:56:36 PM

Khellendros: Mad_Radhu: If they wanted to work him into a future Trek movie all they need to do is use the same process they used for CLU in Tron Legacy. Since he's an android, the uncanny valley would actually work in the film's favor.

I imagine they could use similar techniques to what they used in Looper.  There are a lot of options.


Hire Joseph Gordon-Levitt?
 
2013-02-17 04:58:43 PM

NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.


I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.
 
2013-02-17 05:01:22 PM

Smelly McUgly: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.

I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.


Mr. Ellison did author that episode.
 
2013-02-17 05:14:30 PM

Smelly McUgly: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.

I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.


The episode that made it to air was good, but it was the result of heavy revisions and editing. The original treatment was much darker, but it interfered with Roddenberry's utopian vision back when he had the power to actually veto that sort of thing.

The Wikipedia Page for the episode seems to do a pretty good job of providing an overview of all the controversy that surrounds that ep. The debate over behind-the-scenes issues has almost as much to do with the "hype" surrounding the episode as the finished product itself does. Probably worth the read.
 
2013-02-17 05:14:42 PM

Smelly McUgly: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.

I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.


City on the Edge of Forever is usually considered one of the better episodes, mostly because it actually attempted to tell a more dramatic story.  The bulk of episodes were mostly excuses for Kirk to fight/bang random aliens.  One real standout episode for suspense is Balance of Terror, which attempts to have a submarine battle in space.
 
2013-02-17 05:22:58 PM
i777.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-17 05:27:36 PM

Tak the Hideous New Girl: NeoCortex42: violentsalvation: GAT_00: violentsalvation: Good lord he's aged enough to play Noonien Soong without the prosthetics and makeup.

The man's 64.  And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

I don't know if I've seen him on screen since Nemesis and he was showing his age even then. I was not expecting grey hair for some reason.

He had a recurring role in Warehouse 13 this past season.  He's not doing too bad for his age:
[www.tvequals.com image 399x302]

I don't think he's doing too badly either. I'd hit it.

/I found the Warehouse 13 cassock costume strangely appealing.


So much THIS.  Like the fist of an angry god.
 
2013-02-17 05:33:24 PM
Meh, I followed him on twitter for a while. He's kind of a dick in his tweets, so I would expect the same or worse in real life.
 
2013-02-17 05:39:08 PM

NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.

I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.

City on the Edge of Forever is usually considered one of the better episodes, mostly because it actually attempted to tell a more dramatic story.  The bulk of episodes were mostly excuses for Kirk to fight/bang random aliens.  One real standout episode for suspense is Balance of Terror, which attempts to have a submarine battle in space.


Watch the movie "The Enemy Below," then that episode. Amazing parallels.
 
2013-02-17 05:42:58 PM

JohnAnnArbor: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: NeoCortex42: Smelly McUgly: I was trying to get into Star Trek because I really love sci-fi as a genre, and I found that, while I'm not a fan in general, I think TNG is much, much, MUCH better than the original series. Mostly because Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton.

End threadjack.

The Original Series is good campy fun, but nowhere near the quality of the later series in writing, acting, or production design.  I think TNG is a great show overall (although it had a rough first couple of seasons), but DS9 holds up much better.

I also must note that I watched the pilot and then three of the episodes that people love the most. Stuff like City on the Edge of Forever might have been overhyped because I didn't think it was anything more than a good concept with some decent comedy bits in the middle of the story (Spock vulcan nerve-pinching the cop was the best thing in the whole episode).

Did Harlan Ellison write that episode, by the way, or am I thinking of another episode? Love Harlan Ellison, but I guess this was an example of him being a better short-story writer than TV episode writer if true. I know he wrote for Twilight Zone, too, but I can't remember if any of his episodes of TZ were top-tier.

City on the Edge of Forever is usually considered one of the better episodes, mostly because it actually attempted to tell a more dramatic story.  The bulk of episodes were mostly excuses for Kirk to fight/bang random aliens.  One real standout episode for suspense is Balance of Terror, which attempts to have a submarine battle in space.

Watch the movie "The Enemy Below," then that episode. Amazing parallels.


I do enjoy how the Enterprise crew had to stay quiet during the battle.  As if the Romulans might hear them across the vacuum of space.
 
2013-02-17 05:48:22 PM

FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.


They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.
 
2013-02-17 05:50:34 PM
Ensign Ro can man my helm any time.
 
2013-02-17 05:51:19 PM
Beverly Crusher > Deanna Troi
 
2013-02-17 05:53:18 PM

Mugato: FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.

They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.


What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...
 
2013-02-17 05:55:28 PM

dalovindj: He played a scientist that got schooled by John Travolta in Phenomenon.  Nice comedic bit

turned into an alien butt-puppet.

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-17 06:21:15 PM

The English Major: [i777.photobucket.com image 700x614]


burimyufan85.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-17 06:26:55 PM
My favorite episode was when they flew the Star Track to the planet of the....wookys I think they were called. They were these hairy ape like creatures who had their own Statue of Liberty on the beach.
 
2013-02-17 06:31:55 PM

serial_crusher: Mugato: FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.

They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.

What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...


Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?
 
2013-02-17 06:35:14 PM

PluckYew: What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...

Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?


I don't see how Insurrection and Nemesis were worse than Generations. They sucked but so did Generations.
 
2013-02-17 06:45:30 PM

GAT_00: The man's 64. And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.


BTW does Patrick Stewart age at all? There is very little difference between when he played Gurney Hallack:

www.wearysloth.com
and nearly 30 years later:

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-02-17 06:45:42 PM

Mugato: PluckYew: What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...

Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?

I don't see how Insurrection and Nemesis were worse than Generations. They sucked but so did Generations.


And even as bad as they were, they didn't crap all over the existing mythos like Highlander II did.
 
2013-02-17 06:46:44 PM

Pentaxian: GAT_00: The man's 64. And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

BTW does Patrick Stewart age at all? There is very little difference between when he played Gurney Hallack:

[www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]
and nearly 30 years later:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 479x599]


Look how much more hair he had 30 years ago!
 
2013-02-17 06:53:50 PM
In Troi's defense... The damned ship was already in the middle of a nosedive and a warp core breach when she grabbed the stick, and she kept the nose up and prevented it from hitting hard enough to kill everyone.

Granted, the shockwave from the sun exploding killed everyone a few seconds later, but hey, in the very next timeline she was more of a hero than she gets credit for.

Blame the ensign who was there before her, who didn't manage to dodge the shots by the Klingon ship. Stupid ensign.
 
2013-02-17 07:15:45 PM

NeoCortex42: Pentaxian: GAT_00: The man's 64. And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

BTW does Patrick Stewart age at all? There is very little difference between when he played Gurney Hallack:

[www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]
and nearly 30 years later:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 479x599]

Look how much more hair he had 30 years ago!


He's been bald since 19 due to alopecia, so he's not exactly the best example of showing the effects of aging.
 
2013-02-17 07:49:19 PM

eyeq360: NeoCortex42: Pentaxian: GAT_00: The man's 64. And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

BTW does Patrick Stewart age at all? There is very little difference between when he played Gurney Hallack:

[www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]
and nearly 30 years later:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 479x599]

Look how much more hair he had 30 years ago!

He's been bald since 19 due to alopecia, so he's not exactly the best example of showing the effects of aging.


Did they glue some on for this?

www.seattlegayscene.com
 
2013-02-17 08:10:20 PM
And not one comment on his "cheating"?

Sorry, but if you have to cheat to pass a driver safety class you shouldn't be driving.

I was expecting it to be that he hired someone to take it for him.
 
2013-02-17 08:33:47 PM

sinanju: eyeq360: NeoCortex42: Pentaxian: GAT_00: The man's 64. And it's probably a bit more shocking because they had to make him up more and more every year to keep him from aging.

BTW does Patrick Stewart age at all? There is very little difference between when he played Gurney Hallack:

[www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]
and nearly 30 years later:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 479x599]

Look how much more hair he had 30 years ago!

He's been bald since 19 due to alopecia, so he's not exactly the best example of showing the effects of aging.

Did they glue some on for this?

[www.seattlegayscene.com image 624x350]


The answer is most likely yes.
 
2013-02-17 08:55:00 PM
pics.wikifeet.com
I'd crash her Enterprise.
 
2013-02-17 08:59:48 PM
A Fark thread about cheating on a driver's test and I'm the first with this???

http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=pvn-tBeLpCk

You people are slipping!
 
2013-02-17 09:17:30 PM

PluckYew: serial_crusher: Mugato: FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.

They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.

What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...

Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?


There were also no Matrix sequels or third Godfather movie.
 
2013-02-17 09:31:24 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: I think Star Trek: Dallas is even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QktVh64BYx4


I would like to thank you for posting that. I had never seen it, and was greatly entertained.
 
2013-02-17 09:36:37 PM

PredDawg8: Quantum Apostrophe: I think Star Trek: Dallas is even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QktVh64BYx4

I would like to thank you for posting that. I had never seen it, and was greatly entertained.


You're welcome. It's obvious a lot of thought and work went into it. It still entertains me!
 
2013-02-17 09:51:50 PM

FunkOut: PluckYew: serial_crusher: Mugato: FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.

They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.

What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...

Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?

There were also no Matrix sequels or third Godfather movie.


Also, there was no 3rd Mad Max movie, and no 4th season of Airwolf.
 
2013-02-17 10:09:42 PM

Warmachine999: FunkOut: PluckYew: serial_crusher: Mugato: FunkOut: Although with the emotion chip in the movies, I suppose someone had to run up and respackle after he made one of those disturbing rounds of android laughter.

They only used the emotion chip in the first movie and the beginning of the second then he shut it off. They ignored it in the other movies.

What other movies? Generations and First Contact were the only TNG movies...

Is this like there were no Highlander sequels?

There were also no Matrix sequels or third Godfather movie.

Also, there was no 3rd Mad Max movie, and no 4th season of Airwolf.


Oh for the love if god, farking stop it. This was never funny and it never will be.
 
2013-02-17 11:22:24 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: PredDawg8: Quantum Apostrophe: I think Star Trek: Dallas is even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QktVh64BYx4

I would like to thank you for posting that. I had never seen it, and was greatly entertained.

You're welcome. It's obvious a lot of thought and work went into it. It still entertains me!


I'd forgotten all about that, and am currently running through the first series of Dallas (up to season 3 so far, was too young the first time it was on).........this is farking EPIC.
 
2013-02-18 12:13:32 AM

ZeroCorpse: In Troi's defense... The damned ship was already in the middle of a nosedive and a warp core breach when she grabbed the stick, and she kept the nose up and prevented it from hitting hard enough to kill everyone.

Granted, the shockwave from the sun exploding killed everyone a few seconds later, but hey, in the very next timeline she was more of a hero than she gets credit for.

Blame the ensign who was there before her, who didn't manage to dodge the shots by the Klingon ship. Stupid ensign.


Blame Riker, who fired only one shot before running away.
 
2013-02-18 12:16:58 AM

Bith Set Me Up: ZeroCorpse: In Troi's defense... The damned ship was already in the middle of a nosedive and a warp core breach when she grabbed the stick, and she kept the nose up and prevented it from hitting hard enough to kill everyone.

Granted, the shockwave from the sun exploding killed everyone a few seconds later, but hey, in the very next timeline she was more of a hero than she gets credit for.

Blame the ensign who was there before her, who didn't manage to dodge the shots by the Klingon ship. Stupid ensign.

Blame Riker, who fired only one shot before running away.


Wait, I thought Picard was the French one...

/sorry, low hanging fruit and all
 
2013-02-18 03:47:17 AM

ZeroCorpse: In Troi's defense... The damned ship was already in the middle of a nosedive and a warp core breach when she grabbed the stick, and she kept the nose up and prevented it from hitting hard enough to kill everyone.

Granted, the shockwave from the sun exploding killed everyone a few seconds later, but hey, in the very next timeline she was more of a hero than she gets credit for.

Blame the ensign who was there before her, who didn't manage to dodge the shots by the Klingon ship. Stupid ensign.


Nah, I blame Deanna, because the order from Riker was "Deanna, take the helm, get us out of orbit!" Where when they finally did fire the photon torpedo from the rear tube at the Klingon Bird of Prey, the Enterprise was pointing TOWARDS the planet (which is in contradiction to direct orders from Riker).
 
2013-02-18 06:19:07 AM

DarkSoulNoHope: Nah, I blame Deanna, because the order from Riker was "Deanna, take the helm, get us out of orbit!" Where when they finally did fire the photon torpedo from the rear tube at the Klingon Bird of Prey, the Enterprise was pointing TOWARDS the planet (which is in contradiction to direct orders from Riker).


Diving into the planet is technically 'out of orbit' so she was the best kind of correct.
 
2013-02-18 09:04:06 AM

Bith Set Me Up: ZeroCorpse: In Troi's defense... The damned ship was already in the middle of a nosedive and a warp core breach when she grabbed the stick, and she kept the nose up and prevented it from hitting hard enough to kill everyone.

Granted, the shockwave from the sun exploding killed everyone a few seconds later, but hey, in the very next timeline she was more of a hero than she gets credit for.

Blame the ensign who was there before her, who didn't manage to dodge the shots by the Klingon ship. Stupid ensign.

Blame Riker, who fired only one shot before running away.


*Riker sees ship is going to inevitably crash*

"Deanna, take the helm!"
"But I'm literally the only member of the bridge crew who never flew this thing!"
"Hey, if we survive this, I want your fingerprints all over that console, so TAKE. THE. HELM!"
 
2013-02-18 12:01:03 PM

Qaiwolf: DarkSoulNoHope: Nah, I blame Deanna, because the order from Riker was "Deanna, take the helm, get us out of orbit!" Where when they finally did fire the photon torpedo from the rear tube at the Klingon Bird of Prey, the Enterprise was pointing TOWARDS the planet (which is in contradiction to direct orders from Riker).

Diving into the planet is technically 'out of orbit' so she was the best kind of correct.


But the planet is in orbit too, so technically, it's still in orbit. Technically correct is the best kind of correct.
 
2013-02-18 01:09:34 PM
Marina Sirtis failed her driving test because she was too busy learning how to fire rocket-propelled grenades!

gargwiki.net
 
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