Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
Picard agreed, even though he'd seen them
himself via the Captain's Peek-a-Boo. Meanwhile, Barclay
had decided that only those with large
histories of mental illness were "true beings",
This belief of Barclay's stemmed from his
mother's resemblance to Brazil's Watermelon Woman. Psychosis
was a safe, happy place for Barclay,
And yet, he never strayed far from
the quaint 19th century Irish village that
he had built in his mind. Wandering
too far caused him to intensely crave
potatoes. Not to eat them, but to
farm them, as well as green tomatoes.
During Barclay's last potato farming bender, several
acres of countryside were irretrievably ruined forever.
"Reg! You're an engineer, not a farmer!"
"Yes, I know Geordi. But plump women
love tater tots, and who am I
to argue with that? Maybe a large
Klingon Earth Mother would be some fun,
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