Your Favorite Ridiculous-Looking Alien Species

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  1. Bad Atom

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    My vote goes to the Potato People from Voyager.
     
  2. Captain Rob

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    How about the all-powerful Q always appearing on screen as a member of a minor bipedal species of limited intelligence.
     
  3. Use of Time

    Use of Time Commodore Commodore

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    The Klingon Targ.
     
  4. Anji

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    Ferengi. Love 'em.
     
  5. FFunctionalData

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    I could never figure out what they were suppose to be. Is it just talking goop?

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  6. Silvercrest

    Silvercrest Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    What race are you talking about??? Who, man???
     
  7. HarryM

    HarryM Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    The people of Vaal take the cake for me.
     
  8. Ryva Brall

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    I don't see what's so strange about them.
     
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    These guys were silly. Violent capitalist space clowns.
     
  10. Ryva Brall

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    Wow. A lot of Star Trek species seem to suffer from Oompa Loompa-grade carotenosis.

    Oh man! How could I forget this beauty!?
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    Yechh. The mouth kind of reminds me of the Fluke Man from The X-Files.
     

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