do you think picard and riker ever had sex with subordinates?

Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Captain Triggered, Jul 4, 2017.

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  1. thewanderingjack

    thewanderingjack Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Except, they were "themselves", just without the memories of events/specifics. Of course the idea that you could forget what happened to you and still be the same person doesn't track... then again their memories were "suppressed," not gone, and we can see they were still subconsciously influenced by those emotions (Riker/Troi). The fact that everyone's personalities etc were still the same was why they didn't complete MacDuff's "mission."
     
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    thewanderingjack Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    sorry, p.s.: you're right about the holodeck, def in terms of what we are to assume happens. But the holodeck does not dematerialize all organic matter (or even all matter it replicated) when it's shut off. If you eat a replicated ice cream in the holodeck, it doesn't get dematerialized from inside you (imagine that... especially after digestion). It doesn't dematerialize stuff that was brought into it either, even if that was replicated, such as the costumes people wear when they go play there).
     
  3. E-DUB

    E-DUB Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    We've seen Guinan as well as Kira and Dax wearing their "playclothes" to the holodeck.
     
  4. thewanderingjack

    thewanderingjack Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    And a lot of others, and we've also seen them walk out of there with them... especially since in fact, it seems all their clothes (uniforms etc as well as costumes) are in fact replicated. Replication seems to be the new method of manufacture, certainly on SF ships (makes sense in general).
     
  5. Farscape One

    Farscape One Vice Admiral Admiral

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    The holodeck likely only dematerializes objects that were created in that session.
     
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    thewanderingjack Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    And even then, not all (replicated food and beverages that have been consumed).
     
  7. Jayson1

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    As bad as it might be anyone to have to clean the TNG holodeck imagine how much worse it would be to have to clean Quark's. He basically ran a brothel. Was this another bad job for Rom and Nog to handle?

    Jason
     
  8. Nakita Akita

    Nakita Akita Commodore Commodore

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    Except,
    For the piece of paper that Moriarity drew an out line of the enterprise on.:lol:
     
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    The technology is capable of dematerializing real things and people that aren't part of the program, per Wesley in "The Big Goodbye."
    Kor
     
  10. Charles Phipps

    Charles Phipps Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Given that millennials are in their late thirties and forties, they've largely had to be frugal with their spending habits and behavior with a lot more focus on restraint as well as social reform. Millennials will go down in history as people who were more socially progressive and fiscally poor.
     
  11. Mutai Sho-Rin

    Mutai Sho-Rin Crusty Old Bastard Moderator

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    Holy crap! Uncorking a five year dead thread is decidedly not cool.

    CLANG!
     
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