Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Lord Garth, Jun 12, 2018.
What happened when Tom got heartburn from Neelix's chili?
Paris is burning...
If Tom and B'elanna fight and then have make-up sex, does this count as Paris peace accords?
Worf commented that prune juice is a warrior's drink. Yeah, watch Klingons fight to the death to get to the bathroom first...
I wonder if Hoshi Sato calls Tellarite languages "Pig Latin"?
If Daniels really wanted to impress Archer, he would have given him the next fifty years' worth of water polo results...
Kohl's is not the place to go for Kohlinar...
It looks like Admiral Forrest's ancestor made his way into deep space long before the NX-01, judging by all the aliens who look like him...
Klaang, Son of Kerplunk???
Looks like Captain Harriman's Command Persona was going to be installed on Tuesday, too...
Corbomite is #1 in the Periodic Fable of the Elements...
For some strange reason, landing parties are never supplied with alcohol and a DJ...
More upon request...
It's rather discouraging that in the 24th century they still haven't found a cure for baldness, not even for holograms!!
Away teams always lack home field advantage.
If Geordi became a superhero what would be his name?
Actually, as a child, I had an idea for a "SuperVisor" comic strip.
And now that I think of it, "SuperVisor" would be a great gag for a Mystery Men sequel. Or an Incredibles sequel.
Or in a Kohler?
I can't see him for the trees...
Heard only in the Kohler.
Thankfully Stuart was more commanding, just as Carter.
And Vegemite is the 23rd.
Only because there was no bar on Guinan Nine.
Q: What did Chakotay say when Neelix told him that he wanted to be a bridge officer?
A: Consider yourself lucky that you don't live under one.
Starfleet transporters should automatically puree Redshirts to save them the indignity of death by alien hands.
The Enterprise-D's computer is so advanced it can create and run complex instructions for holodeck programs, yet it has to be told every bloody time that Captain PIcard takes his Earl Grey tea hot.
For holodeck users of the 24th century, living off the grid means the exact same thing as it does for us today.
Tricorders aren't equipped with a mute button.
Phaser beams which can liquefy rock aren't harmful for human eyes to look at.
We actually saw saucer-separation as far back as Star Trek VI and "Flashback".
Among the futuristic items sealed in Crewman Daniels' quarters is a whacking great reset button.
Blood is not thicker than water because puny shuttlecraft are named after scientists whilst the more powerful runabouts are named after rivers.
Clearly, El-Aurians are ashamed of their association with the Borg.
How cool would it have been for Michael Dorn to play a Gorn?
Long before the Jem Hadar made them fashionable, Travis Mayweather perfected the personal cloaking device, rendering him invisible to the naked eye.
Teflon-coated walls and ceilings would have made it more difficult for the Suliban to traverse the NX-01. Cans of Raid would have been helpful, too.
Once sure way to defeat the Crystalline Entity is to take it out of the box and let the kids play with it.
Too funny how the USS Pasteur pasteurized itself.
What the Caretaker did is a felony in all fifty states.
You just knew when you saw Don Marshall in the Galileo, that ship was going down to a land of giants.
Kirk's crew went up against more pseudo-deities than the whole of the Hollywood paparazzi pool.
Working Tellarites literally bring home the bacon.
Doctor Who fans would have been the only survivors of Deneva because they're the only ones who would have used their 9th Doctor-era Character Options sonic screwdriver to zap dead the mind parasites.
Thick-headed Hirogen never would get Tom Paris's frequent Elmer Fudd allusions.
Crewman Daniels has more lives than re-sequenced futons.
It wouldn't be the Enterprise without a Sulu at the helm, a wonky transporter, a constantly buckling Number Four Shield, and Paramount Pictures stamped under the secondary hull.
The easiest way to defeat an Augment is to throw them a mirror.
a rope walks into Quarks
orders a drink
Quark say we don't server ropes here
the rope goes out to the promenade
asks the first person to tie them into a knot
then the second person asks them to fray their ends some
rope walks back into Quarks and orders a drink again..
Quarks says aren't you the rope that was just in here
the rope says no I am afraid not... hehe
Q: How do you call Data's new home?
What's Kruge's least favorite hobby?
Rock climbing, because he likes to cling on to a cliff.
Do you know why Michael was fired from her job at Burger King?
Because Michael burns ham...
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