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Lead-Nosed Reindeer February 9 2012 04:38 AM

"Tomorrow is Yesterday" Line-by-Line
 
Hiya!

We've recently concluded our "In the Pale Moonlight"/"Q Who?"/part of "Yesterday's Enterprise" Line by line over in the Deep Space Nine forum.

After each completed thread, I'm randomly picking someone who participated to choose the next episode we do. The lucky winner this time around was BlueStuff! And BlueStuff has selected to have us roll again, our winner was Athena28! And Athena28 selected "Tomorrow is Yesterday" to be our next Line bye line conquest! So, start your calculations for the slingshot around the sun, avoid black stars and slip on something that the military will approve of!

For any unfamiliar with our "game," you are asked to post only a single line (defined as one character speaking without interruption by another character) per message. You can post as often as you like, but someone else must post a line in between your posts.

As before, at the conclusion of this thread, I or my Designated Redshirt, CoveTom (:rommie:) will pick someone at random from among all the participants to choose the next episode we do.

Lead-Nosed Reindeer February 9 2012 04:39 AM

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US Air Force Base.... The Radar Room...

Webb: (the radar operator) Captain.

Admiral Shran February 9 2012 04:42 AM

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CAPTAIN: What is it, Webb?

Lead-Nosed Reindeer February 9 2012 04:42 AM

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Webb: A blip Sir. Just came on the screen.

Admiral Shran February 9 2012 04:44 AM

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CAPTAIN: How do you read it?

Lead-Nosed Reindeer February 9 2012 06:34 AM

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Webb: Aircraft of some sort. By the size of it and the speed, it's not one of ours, Sir. It doesn't read like anything I've ever seen.

Rķu rķu, chķu February 9 2012 06:42 AM

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Captain: What was the approach?

leandar February 9 2012 06:42 AM

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Webb: None, sir. It was just there, like it fell out of the sky or something.

Lead-Nosed Reindeer February 9 2012 06:44 AM

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Captain: Current Position?

leandar February 9 2012 06:45 AM

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Webb: Directly over the Omaha installation. Holding there.

Alienesse February 9 2012 08:00 AM

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CAPTAIN: Watch the scope, Webb. Air Defense will want to send somebody up for a closer look. We may have a real UFO on our hands.
(The alert sounds, a fighter is scrambled, and we get a shot of the USS Enterprise flying across the blue sky.)

leandar February 9 2012 08:39 AM

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Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. It's five year mission: To explore strange, new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no man has gone before.


(Enterprise flying through the sky) Captain 's log Stardate 3113.2. We were en-route to Starbase 9 for resupply when a black star of high gravitational attraction began to drag us toward it... (Bridge - The crew are picking themselves and their chairs up off the floor) ...It required all warp power in reverse to pull us away from the star. But, like snapping a rubber band, the breakaway sent us plunging through space, out of control, to stop here, wherever we are.

Kirk: Mr. Spock.

Alienesse February 9 2012 08:44 AM

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SPOCK: Except for secondary systems, everything is out, sir. We're on impulse power only.

BlueStuff February 9 2012 02:18 PM

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KIRK: Auxiliaries?

Kalontas February 9 2012 02:25 PM

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SPOCK: If Mister Scott is still with us, auxiliaries should be on momentarily. (Uhura is just stirring on the floor) Are you all right, Lieutenant?
(He helps her back to her seat, and the lights come on.)
SPOCK: Mister Scott is still with us.


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