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2020-09-28 9:45:47 PM  
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Only 13? Hell, I found 13 new kinds of porn this week.
 
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2020-09-28 10:06:57 PM  
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iron de havilland: TWX: That Space:1999 set looks like a crossover between the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Justice," set on a paradise planet with scantily clad inhabitants and a dark secret, and the original Westworld with the messed up faces.

Though TNG post-dates that episode by a good decade, there were TOS episodes with not dissimilar wardrobe choices, as the Brits would put it, "something for the dads."

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big pig peaches: Only 13? Hell, I found 13 new kinds of porn this week.


Was that one?
 
2020-09-28 9:25:31 PM  
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TWX: That Space:1999 set looks like a crossover between the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Justice," set on a paradise planet with scantily clad inhabitants and a dark secret, and the original Westworld with the messed up faces.

Though TNG post-dates that episode by a good decade, there were TOS episodes with not dissimilar wardrobe choices, as the Brits would put it, "something for the dads."


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