Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Farscape One, Nov 11, 2018.
Your mask has melted.
The Royale was bombed.
The Vengeance Factor?
Night has turned into day.
Vengeance is denied.
You got it! (And here I was thinking I was being vague...)
A circle... the plasma shock emitter had a circle indicating where the 3 possessed people needed to be.
A triangle... the pattern enhancers, when activated, made a triangle pattern.
You turn, JP.
I would never have guessed.
@JirinPanthosa: it's your turn.
Thanks. It was vague but that plasma shock emitter was a very memorable scene.
Clue 1) He finally met a woman like him.
Inheritance? Data meets a woman who says she's his mother and is actually a robot like him.
Your inheritance has been given to your no good brother. Good interpretation of the clue though.
Clue 2) Surprising this doesn't happen more often.
"The Best Of Both Worlds part I" Riker meets a woman who is as ambitious as he is.
Your captain has been assimilated.
Clue 3) Things in the wrong place.
Clue 1) Riker met a woman just as lecherous as him, who traded freaky alien sex for help to escape.
Clue 2) They are spying on these planets all the time. Random stuff happens, people notice people out of place who don't understand the custom. They don't get caught?
Clue 3) To the alien doctors, all of Riker's organs are in the wrong place.
Planets are big. I am sure I don't know, let alone understand, most of the customs of most of the countries in the world, that doesn't make me an extraterrestrial. Remember that there are hundreds of countries (I don't remember the exact number but it's in the hundreds).
Yeah, but if you wandered into a monkey colony and tried to pass as one of them they’d sense something was off.
And even if you can argue that odd behavior would be explained that way, life is chaotic, accidents happen and then with the slightest medical attention given they’d figure something out. Or if somebody has a perfume with a chemical that is harmless to them but poisonous to us. Or an insect bite with a surprise allergic reaction. Or somebody peeping in a public restroom.
I hear monkeys are very accepting.
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