Missing McCoy (major spoiler)

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Komack, May 27, 2013.

  1. sj4iy

    sj4iy Commander Red Shirt

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    Same here :D
     
  2. Halmirdax

    Halmirdax Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    It made sense to have Uhura there. The relationships had built that way. She's close to Spock and friends Kirk.
     
  3. Robert D. Robot

    Robert D. Robot Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    .... and if I want to see behavior consistent with that of a moody, petulant teenage girl, I don't need to rely solely on monitoring a high school study hall. I can now also enjoy it on the Enterprise bridge! ;)


    Seriously, I admit that I coming at this with different expectations than some of you folks, and I will simply need to accept the CW take on this crew and "Firefly" authority structure and live with it. Along with the Anheuser Busch engine room.

    I AM glad, in general, that Uhura is a more vital member of the team and I will leave it at that!
     
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  4. Ancient Mariner

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    Hyperbole much? You won't garner a whole lot of respect for you opinions with ridiculous statements like this.
     
  5. The Old Mixer

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    I got more of a bickering married couple vibe from their arguments. Emotional female getting upset at less emotive, more logical significant other? Been there, done that, got the divorce papers.
     
  6. Robert D. Robot

    Robert D. Robot Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    I thought the 'winky face' emoticon showed I was joking (to some extent) about the subject, but I may have made an incorrect assumption. I was responding to The Old Mixer's comment (which I took to have a bit of humor in it) about the workplace vs. a fictional movie situation, but I now realize that my response might have had more of a sarcastic edge to it than I intended. Humor. It is a difficult concept. :)