Discussion in 'The Next Generation' started by StarTrek101, Sep 21, 2011.
I'd be happy if I could just have those swooshing doors in my house, like this guy.
And changed the lighting and gave Worf a chair.
The bridge not only changed from 1st to second but also in other ways over years...the carpeting changed color and design and the lighting too:
Poor Worf. It took seven seasons for him to get a seat on the bridge.
Not entirely true, he spent much of the first season lounging in the deck chairs up front.
Also, with the second season someone reinforced the wooden structures under the ramps on the bridge set. In the first year, you could hear the telltale echo from walking on a hollow wooden box (hell, you can practically hear creaking in some episodes) as people walk up and down.
Worf had a chair on the E-D bridge? When? Where?
At this station.
I may have to rewatch it. Screencaps at Trekcore don't seem to show it.
You can sorta tell. He's a lot lower than he was during the series.
In Season One he was at the helm with Data.
That was Geordi.
Worf had a chair in Generations. Lazy Klingon bastard.
I'm pretty sure Worf was at the helm on a few earlier episodes, wasn't he? I remember him being there for most of The Naked Now.
Visible in this screenshot:
Worf would fill in as required at any of the bridge stations. Yes, he spent a lot of time at the helm in The Naked Now. He, Riker and the chief engineer were seemingly the only people unaffected by the virus.
Hotlink Alert when clicking on the first link.
Cool...it would be nice if he added some type of sensor so that they would open automatically.
I guess that's because no one would touch them, it makes sense for Riker too because he hadn't grown the beard yet.
Ok, I know it has been over a year but I have finally addressed my project again. I will be building the bridge of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D. So, I really need some help to find info, dimensions, LCARS, and stuff like this. Any info. is appreciated.
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