Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by HIjol, Feb 21, 2014.
I meant to say name the pet or type too.
Worf & Martok: targ
Kruge: mutated dog thingy
mirror Kira: Benjamin Sisko
Spock - sehlat (spelling?)
O'Brien - tarantula and cat
Data - Spot the cat/s
Picard - Livingston the lionfish
Quark - corvan gilvo
Artim - palm-pet (??)
Archer - Porthos the beagle
(lots of other crew, but we don't know their names)
Zimmerman's Iguana in Voyager? Not a real iguana, but then, not a real person, so don't know if this counts.
Just hit me:
Isis for Gary Seven (does she count as a pet, since she was more than a cat?)
And Barclay's cat Neelix
Kirk had a dog in Generations, can't recall the name.
I'm sure there's more. No one seems to remember James T. Kirk's Great Dane, Butler.
That Cardasssian who interrogated Picard-his daughter had a wombat
Kivas Fajo-had an alien pet in his collection. Data too if he got his way
Wesely Crusher- Nanites
Sulu had Gertrude.
Hoshi had that slug thing (forget the name).
Sluggo. Memory Alpha is your friend.
Hey, this is Deep Trek Knowledge, not Wiki Searching Skills.
All of my answers are from my head.
Same. I thought that was the whole point.
Sure, I could have looked it up, maybe provided a link too.
I say Pike had a 'pet' horse. I know people would argue that horses aren't pets. But the Talosians supplied him with sugar cubes in his pocket to feed it. So I think his horse (can't remember its name) went from working/riding animal into pet designation.
^ Tango, from memory.
Actually, it was a ferret or something similar. A wombat is a stocky, somewhat large Australian marsupial that looks like a cube shaped teddy bear.
I think the Cardie animal was called a wompat or very close to that. Definitely played by a ferret though.
It's not a pet, but I always loved the gunji jackdaw on DS9 played by an emu with a little prosthetic on its beak.
Some horses are working animals, others are pets. Pike's horse would fit the definition of a "pet."
"...you dint expek to FINE me here...!"
...from memory and a trivia game about a million years ago...
^So true, you had to say it twice. (Happens to all of us. )
I was going to ask if any questions are still active but I guess they're all open ended.
Separate names with a comma.