Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by King Daniel Paid CBS Plant, Mar 19, 2012.
a most refreshing change of
pace, Lt." Together, they left the bridge
and headed down to the transporter room
finding yellow tape across the door.
going on here? Did something happen to
McCoy hustled past them carrying
The Machine that Goes 'PING' and a
mint julep while barking orders to Ensign
Naymont to grab a big
beef burrito with sour cream and extra
beef so that he'd have a snack
while scanning the dead bodies that littered
the deckplates. The bodies were piled so
high, it reminded him of a song
written back during the 20th century that
had to do with corn and elephants.
It was a cult hit and popular
with people from Oklahoma. Rogers and Hammerstein
adapted it for Broadway by changing the
leads. Originally, Groucho Marx and Shirley Temple
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