Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Methuselah Flint, Jun 29, 2020.
Spock Uhura and Rand from Charlie X?
I agree with Grant!
No, sorry, everyone here is an adult.
4. There are a lot of characters here other than the 3 heroes.
one will not be paid,
while one will get what he wants,
and still another one of them will get what he deserves.
Scotty and the Belly Dancer (Wold in the Fold):
1. Scotty doesn't follow table etiquette to flash the light, rather he loudly bangs the table with his hand.
2. Trio is Kirk, McCoy and Scotty.
3. Belly dancing music.
Too bad the belly dance scene was cut short....!
5. The swaggering troublemaker in the scene is a really overbearing.
He inspires the hisses and shrieks of the bystanders.
6. This is one of the only times that insults are bandied about and it's NOT McCoy and Spock.
The fight scene from Trouble with Tribbles?
You got it!
1: One troublemaker the Klingon wants to spoil everybody's day in the bar.
2: Scotty, Chekov and an unnamed Lieutenant are the heroes of the day.
3. I'm pretty sure that they never used the comic fight scene music ever again.
4: The Bartender didn't get paid
Cyrano Jones got what he wanted (free drinks)
And the Klingon got what he deserved: A punch in the mouth.
5: The Klingon referred to Kirk as a swaggering, overbearing tin plated dictator with delusions of godhood, but I think that was all what the psych types call "Projection."
You know: It's a funny thing about that scene. On Youtube, I was looking at the Deep Space Nine version of it. And, they took the comic music out of it. The effect changed the whole feel of the scene.
Listening to the Klingon run his mouth was no longer funny. It was menacing. The fight didn't seem funny, it seemed seriously dangerous.
I have to wonder if the DSN guys knew it was supposed to be funny!?
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