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F. King Daniel November 8 2011 05:09 PM

Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
From "The Infinite Vulcan"?

Did you feel the pull of V'Ger, too?
Where were you during your Mini Me's funeral?
Did you, too, yearn for reunification?
Where were you when your aged Mini Me saved us all (well, except the Romulans) from an impossible supernova?

AND WHAT THE FUCK DID YOU DO AT PON FARR TIME???

What became of you, Giant Spock Clone?

The Dominion November 8 2011 06:06 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
He's married to The Whale Probe.

Christopher November 8 2011 06:52 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
"Wherefore" means "why," not "where."

F. King Daniel November 8 2011 08:24 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Close. Enough. :p

SchwEnt November 9 2011 12:11 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Quote:

Christopher wrote: (Post 5335565)
"Wherefore" means "why," not "where."

That's true. And perhaps the more perplexing question still remains, "Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?"

DakotaSmith November 9 2011 12:35 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Well, let's think about it: the only other giant cloned around were Keniclius V ...

Maybe an unproduced sequel would have had them creating a giant clone of Nurse Chapel?

Kelso November 9 2011 06:46 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
^ Shudder

Creepy Critter November 9 2011 07:07 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Quote:

Christopher wrote: (Post 5335565)
"Wherefore" means "why," not "where."

Yes, indeed. But it's still funny in A Witch's Tangled Hare when Bugs Bunny jumps out says,
"Herefore I art!"
;)

Mr Silver November 9 2011 09:01 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Quote:

SchwEnt wrote: (Post 5336248)
Quote:

Christopher wrote: (Post 5335565)
"Wherefore" means "why," not "where."

That's true. And perhaps the more perplexing question still remains, "Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?"

A result of hallucinogenic substances combined with writers block?

jayrath November 10 2011 11:38 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Still, this is one of the all-time funniest thread titles. Let's just be glad that Giant Spock wasn't stranded on the TAS Terratin planet.

SchwEnt November 11 2011 12:54 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Wait a minute...
What *would* happen to Giant Spock Clone on the Terratin planet? Would he shrink down to his normal regular size, split the difference? Or just shrink from Giant Spock down to Millimeter Spock?

What if Keniclius cloned the Terratins? Could he clone them from very very tiny to normal size? Or can he only clone giants? Tell me, I wanna know...

Therin of Andor November 12 2011 02:39 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Send in the clones... Don't bother... they're here!

plynch November 12 2011 08:42 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock?

Because Koenig got thrown a bone and got to "write" an episode.

Where are you, Giant Spock? On his way to Vulcan to be reunited with the Creator. Have they used that plot yet?

DrCorby November 13 2011 12:30 AM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Like his smaller counterpart, he jumped to another reality. And so is now fighting in the Clone Wars...

Captain Robert April November 13 2011 05:21 PM

Re: Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock Clone?
 
Quote:

plynch wrote: (Post 5344079)
Wherefore art thou, Giant Spock?

Because Koenig got thrown a bone and got to "write" an episode.

Where are you, Giant Spock? On his way to Vulcan to be reunited with the Creator. Have they used that plot yet?

The giant clones and talking asparagus were not Koenig's idea, btw.


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