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Star Trekkin' Across the Universe: Discussing The Porgs


#801

That one working phaser pistol…


#802

Bad news,there’s some radiation interference


#803

I mean, obviously the only same answer is the TOS Enterprise :frowning:

But if that’s excluded, then maybe Kirk’s chair.


#804

Eh, make your own:


#805

Are we done with Wrath of Khan?

What do we move on to next?


#806

Always considered Trek II-III-IV rather a trilogy. Why not go back to the future with Christopher Lloyd’s Klingon and skinny Saavik?


#807

It does have a rather brilliant Starship heist scene.


#808

Eh, up yer shaft.


#809

I had made the suggestion upthread that as the premiere date for Discovery approached, we have a “First Contact” mini marathon of the first aired episode of each ST series:

  • The Man Trap (TOS)
  • Beyond the Farthest Star (TAS)
  • Encounter at Farpoint (TNG)
  • Emissary (DS9)
  • Caretaker (VOY)
  • Broken Bow (ENT)

If that’s too much, we could pick and choose from the list.


#810

I’d be down for doing each pilot. We’ve got just over a month until Discovery drops which would give us just enough time?


#811

He’s a complicated man Lorcan. And no one understands him but his woman.


#812

Now there’s someone who should have been captain of Excelsior.


#813

Can you dig it?


#814

Any other suggestions? So far we have Search for Spock and All of the Pilots (an idea which I kinda like)?

Given the discussions that we have been having on the Discovery thread about what is and isn’t Trek, can anyone suggest what is a definitive example of what is Trek? Does anyone want to shout out an example?


#815

Galaxy Quest!


#816

So, like… Sulu, Data, Paris…? :confused:


#817

Ladies and gentlemen, I think we have a winner.


#818

ST:TOS “Tomorrow Is Yesterday”.

Problem-solvers!


#819

I am going to put this to a vote

  • Star Trek 3: The Search For Spock
  • Pilot Episodes for each series so far
  • Galaxy Quest
  • Tomorrow is Yesterday (TOS)

0 voters

I will leave the poll open until this time tomorrow.


#820

I’d argue that within Star Trek itself the most Star Trek that Star Trek has ever been is probably “The Menagerie,” which happened to repurpose a pilot, therefore being an episode about an episode, originally deemed too cerebral, and suddenly becoming the most meta the franchise has ever been.