Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
hadn't eaten anything since their dinner the
week before. "No soup for you," Picard
said sternly as he walked into the
mess hall. "Soup is for closers! Not
you, but Mariano Rivera!" The calibrators shuddered
because when Picard made baseball references, it
was uncomfortably French. And calibrators were notoriously
francophobic*, many of them called french fires
*(Is that a word? Do I care?)
Federation fries out of an abundance of
caution and political correctness. And*
*Yes, it's a word: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/francophobe
they were tired of Picard's overly dramatic
tendency to mention France every chance he got.
"Ah, gay Paree on a summer's day
when the Bastille Day parade is being
made to surrender to Nausiccan pirates! It
makes my French soul wax so strong!"
"Then why do you have that British
accent, hmmmm? Nobody's ever been able to
figure that out."
"Wax this!" yelled Picard
as he picked up a phaser and
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