Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by RobertScorpio, Aug 7, 2009.
He walked over to his
abacus and started flicking tiny
colored beads back and forth,
and surprisingly, he started humming
the theme to Magnum, P.I.
Kirk loved "Quigley Down Under"
ever since he was a
boy. Watching Quigley shoot from
atop a horse was the
most exciting thing little Jimmy
could dream. In childhood Spock
gravitated to the stories of
"The Toothless Sehlat" - stories about
a lonely sehlat who wandered
throughout Vulcan's Forge looking for
its long lost brother and
his Vulcan master. Many tales
about this sehlat were told
to young Vulcan children. Lessons
about Vulcan's Forge were taught
Separate names with a comma.