Discussion in 'Deep Space Nine' started by dub, Jul 25, 2013.
I think we'd all ace this category:
One of the few people out there who can say their irrelevant Trek knowledge paid off. Those weren't even hard.
That was great, I just wished that I was able to see the entire show and to see if he won the game.
Oh, wow. I never would of thought.
If only 'who wants to be a millionaire' and those sort of shows had strictly Star Trek questions. We would all be millionaires!
There was a Voyager category once. It was miserable.
[yt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogBcZfPQvgw[/yt] skip to 1:31
That was painful to watch. And yes, I can be critical of those kids being I was a teen when Voyager was airing.
That VOY one was bad. Besides not to be nitpick or anything but initally the EMH was limited to sickbay and the holodeck.
Very painful, indeed. Those questions were easy money.
It wasn't as comical as the Star Trek: ENT question I saw on an episode I saw during ENT's first run. The question was something like, "this series features characters such as Archer, T'Pol, and Dr. Phlox." A woman quickly buzzed in and confidently shouted the answer: "What is SpongeBob Squarepants?"
Unfortunately, I couldn't find a youtube link.
I got them all right... wasted braincells.
"Aren't you glad we have abandoned Star Trek Voyager?" - Alex Trebek.
I must agree, I wished that I had been on that episode for sure.
^^Indeed. They should have a Trekker in every show because we are masters of useful knowledge. (And yes, I did wince watching those poor contestants flub the Voyager category.)
Imagine if you were on one of those shows and you blew a Trek question, how embarrassed would you be. I might fail at something to do with ships, I never pay attention to which Enterprise is which.
This Silent back ground Character was a play on another well know sit-com bar regular, filmed on the same lot.
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