Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
Neelix from VOYAGER. Neelix was not as
bright as Wesley, but twice as ugly.
He also had a tendency to make
unfortunately suggestive balloon animals for admirals who
didn't really want them, but couldn't refuse
for fear of violating General Order 23,
which stipulated that Starfleet Command couldn't allow
rogue balloon animals to be released into
the vicinity of populated planets because they
had the unfortunate tendency to cause the
Prime Directive to be violated and the
contamination could not be undone or unseen
by the native populations. The balloons didn't
bother Troi, though, because she always appreciated
inflated things: balloons, blimps, pool toys, egos
and especially hairdos. Still, it seemed that
Mister Neelix was already becoming a liability
when his first act as a crew member
was to get intoxicated, strip nude and
loudly berate himself. "I hereby declare that
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