Historical documents, i believe.
Watched it again and would raise my 7 to an 8 or 9.
But - you’re stranded on a random planet with no immediate sign of help. Why would you get...
Well they pure and vibrate... make you smile.... no idea.
If the Holodeck can create Moriarity from a general description and request it can certainly use the logs to create a meaningful character.
OR - they just wanted the shuttles on board as well? We don't have to overthink this.
Both Frakes and Stewart are on the payroll...
Unless you want to go to the Klingon homeworld, or beam onto a warp-speed ship.
As stated before: I love the premise that “strange stuff happens every week” and there are times when no one is aware of it! Like this episode.
Nahh no one would waste time on something like that- wait —
As the person who restored the original Drydock i laughed out loud at the infinity long fly by sequence showing all those adoring looks.
Not yet mentioned: Saru is an enslaved intelligent food animal.
In First Contact (the movie), the Phoenix explicitly moves from sublight to FTL using the most primitive of warp drives. There is no sign that...
Well the Drydock departure certainly happened. Twice.
Sorry the best is the original. “Risk - risk is our business.” Said by old What’s his name.
Disagree. He was selling Khan that he was stuck down in the cavern - when he was soon to be back on Enterprise. Tactics.
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