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Old January 30 2004, 04:57 AM   #1
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Similitude

Archer: We are gathered to honour the memory of a dear friend and comrade by blasting his corpse into space. He was not a great man, nor even a real man, but most of us will miss him anyway. He was... Charles Tucker.
T'Pol: (sniff)
Sato: (sniff)
Tucker: (sniff)
Archer: Hey! Stop that! Get the camera off Trip! They can't see him standing here till the end. Pick someone else sniffling!
Porthos: (ruff)




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Old January 30 2004, 06:54 AM   #2
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Re: Similitude

Sim: Thank y'all, ah thank so too.
Archer: Huh. Hey Phlox, where did he get the accent?
Phlox: I'm glad you asked! It seems Sim is gaining Trip's memories gradually as he ages. They must be encoded in Trip's DNA.
(BOOM)
Reed: (over the comm) Reed to Captain Archer! You won't believe this, sir, but Subcommander T'Pol's head just exploded!
Archer: Now look what you've done to our science officer, Doctor.
Reed: This is the best day ever!
Heh heh heh.

Good one, Z.
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Old January 30 2004, 10:25 PM   #3
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Brilliant! I especially like "Phlox: I know it sounds like playing God, Captain, but I assure you it wouldn't be. After all, I am God."

By far, I'd say Phlox is the funniest Fiver character.
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