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Old April 30 2011, 12:14 AM   #1381
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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There are things you don't want to know...like what happens to Charlie Brown after World War III...
Cool your jets, Bailey. I happen to like Charlie Brown.

As for Hobbes eating Calvin, Hobbes would have one hell of a bellyache if he did. With all of that hyperactivity within that six-year old, it would be enough to unsettle the most iron-willed of stomach linings.

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Old April 30 2011, 01:05 AM   #1382
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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Shudder. Maurice the image of you in a homemaker apron gave me the chills. Would you make a bowl of chili while you are there?
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"Can I cook, or can't I?"
Microwave not withstanding....

Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
Oh, I know all about coffee...there was a running coffee gag in The Atlantis Invaders!
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Old April 30 2011, 01:12 AM   #1383
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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"Can I cook, or can't I?"
Microwave not withstanding....

Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
Oh, I know all about coffee...there was a running coffee gag in The Atlantis Invaders!
What were the specific details of this running coffee gag?
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Old April 30 2011, 01:19 AM   #1384
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

I demand Exeter tidbits
this thread can not die
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Old April 30 2011, 01:25 AM   #1385
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

The thread is gonna die from pollution if you keep it up. Shortly, everyone will figure out that the only new stuff going into this thread is just pointless crap. You're the little boy who cried wolf, and when something truly interesting and Exeter related gets posted, no one will bother checking it out, knowing that all it says is "bump," or it contains just some random picture.

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this thread can not die
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Old April 30 2011, 02:03 AM   #1386
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

Schnitzer makes a valid point. As the aforementioned piece of artwork(I like TOS reference and NOT the Battlestar remake one)clearly demonstrates.

As Garrovick said "Stay On Topic."

On that note, DS9Sega, do you have any new Exeter material to share with us?
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Old April 30 2011, 02:06 AM   #1387
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Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
I get real pissy without my coffee.

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Old April 30 2011, 02:16 AM   #1388
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Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
I get real pissy without my coffee.

Judging by that dis-respectful, insulting, twisted, and demented picture you had just posted, I'm not surprised.

You are one sick person for slandering Charles M. Schulz's
classic strip.

DS9Sega, now's the time to show some Exeter material.

This thread is really getting out of control and polluted as hell.
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Old April 30 2011, 03:57 AM   #1389
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

OK, enough.
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Old April 30 2011, 06:34 AM   #1390
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Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
I get real pissy without my coffee.

That explains the previous avatar...
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Old April 30 2011, 08:46 AM   #1391
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Thanks T'Bonz!

Here's something for y'all to chew on: a screencap of Act4 in the cutting room.



Now shaddap!
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Old April 30 2011, 02:32 PM   #1392
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OK, just what I like..... progress! I know, one frame at a time.... but progress none the less!!!

Thank you!
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Old April 30 2011, 06:37 PM   #1393
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YES!! Wow that's gorgeous work!! Without a doubt the finest fan effects I have seen in a Trek production!! Bailey is my hero (among the grumpy button pushing effects artists sect)!!! (Exclamation point exclamation point)
Which begs the question if this is cutting room floor stuff howz bout a Director's superlong version when it's finally finished?? I want to see every second of Exeter goodness.

Also as we are approaching the 4th (it'll be here before you know it)
Will Exeter ever return to the Omega Glory Planet to check on the Yangs and Alan Commes? (I'd love to do a comic book version of it if anyone is interested)

And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
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Old April 30 2011, 08:52 PM   #1394
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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Scotty took them and sold them as drugs to the crew of the Enterprise.
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Old April 30 2011, 09:26 PM   #1395
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YES!! Wow that's gorgeous work!! Without a doubt the finest fan effects I have seen in a Trek production!! Bailey is my hero (among the grumpy button pushing effects artists sect)!!! (Exclamation point exclamation point)
Which begs the question if this is cutting room floor stuff howz bout a Director's superlong version when it's finally finished?? I want to see every second of Exeter goodness.

Also as we are approaching the 4th (it'll be here before you know it)
Will Exeter ever return to the Omega Glory Planet to check on the Yangs and Alan Commes? (I'd love to do a comic book version of it if anyone is interested)

And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Thank you, Maurice. You are a Godsend.

Garth, if you have a storyline in the works, I would recommend Kail over at the Star Trek - The Animated Series to do the animation. He has done some work in the comic book field.
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