Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
"Listen up everyone," Riker announced, "there's
something that I really want each of
you to know, so I would appreciate
a little quiet."
"You're not going to
tell us that story of when you
thought you could play saxophone professionally?"
I could have but instead I chose
not to! How do you like that
for a twist on an old story?"
Who knew I could be something other
than a wine maker?" Picard added. "My
flute-playing has always rankled Commander Data when
I play for him."
Data tilted his
head and started dancing an Irish jig.
Data's jig was a version created by
Worf. It wasn't pretty, but it did
cover several fighting techniques. Soon, everyone joined
Data to listen to him play his
accordion. It was so good, Riker started
selling tickets to crewmates, who showed up
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