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Old September 13 2014, 02:43 PM   #496
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Re: Star Trek Continues: Episode 3...

I hate to report guys that we have both the unicorn-dog creature AND the red spray painted tree in the forth-coming episode. Do to the negative reaction of these important parts of our story from you guys; I guess we will have to rewrite the script.
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Old September 13 2014, 04:56 PM   #497
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A space dog next to a space tree? This can't end well.
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Old September 14 2014, 01:11 AM   #498
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*spit take*



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Old September 14 2014, 08:06 AM   #499
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A space dog next to a space tree? This can't end well.
A Night in Sickbay all over again....
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Old September 14 2014, 08:20 AM   #500
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One practical problem with an indoor planet set will be the vast amount of lighting it would take to illuminate it and evenly light a sky backing. That's a HUGE expense that they may not wish to incur.
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Old September 14 2014, 05:30 PM   #501
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One practical problem with an indoor planet set will be the vast amount of lighting it would take to illuminate it and evenly light a sky backing. That's a HUGE expense that they may not wish to incur.
Someone would have to let them borrow a TV studio for free. Not really something that happens every day.
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Old September 14 2014, 06:31 PM   #502
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Re: Star Trek Continues: Episode 3...

I always that the Selay and the Anticans from TNG (first season's "Lonely Among Us") would have looked right at home on TOS.

And what's one more horny space dog on Star Trek?
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Old September 14 2014, 08:41 PM   #503
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One practical problem with an indoor planet set will be the vast amount of lighting it would take to illuminate it and evenly light a sky backing. That's a HUGE expense that they may not wish to incur.
Someone would have to let them borrow a TV studio for free. Not really something that happens every day.
Yeah. Interior sets are comparatively small and easy to light. To do an "exterior" set in a stage you typically need a ceiling high enough to keep the lights and rigging out of shot (since there aren't walls to do this) and have the height to hang a backing that will fill the "sky" from 20+ feet away.
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Re: Star Trek Continues: Episode 3...

Todd Haberkorn as Spock looks a lot like Jon Rashad Kamal as Sonak...

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