Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by Xerxes1979, Jan 16, 2011.
Probably. But who is that guy serving the drinks? One of Sybok's followers?
Not sure what the big deal is, they also had it in Star Trek 6 and said it was illegal and then its served at Riker's wedding in Nemisis (unfortunatly for Worf) almost 90 years later and its still illegal. So, the its seems like the illegality of Romulan Ale is treated as a joke and is not really enforced, sort of like lite pot use these days. lol
More like Cuban cigars. Everyone had them, but they were officially illegal.
Hahaha, looks like they're in for quite a party...
Yes, I think this is EXACTLY the analogy for Romulan Ale. (he said as he drew a Cuban from his humidor)
Cuban cigars aren't illegal. Oh wait (peers across the 49th). Carry on...
How about the unintentionally hilarious lining up of the light fixture and the top of Shatner's head. I had to look twice to make sure it wasn't his baldness.
I am surprised that Paramount has not marketed a Romulan Ale alcohol for real?
Romulan Ale was available at the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas, by the glass in Quarks or as a take home 4 pack. Never tried it.
Good to know, I wonder if anyone on this forum has tasted it and can tell us what they made it from?
Doesn't anyone drink Saurian Brandy anymore?
"I said gimme the bRANdy!"
I recall it being sold in 4 packs but I appear to have been in error.
Thanks for the image link.
That wasn't Romulan Ale in STV. They were serving Great Blue-Dini Kool-Aid. Ohhhh YEEEEEAHH!
How much do I want one of those!
Crystal Pepsi, with blue food colouring
Although straight vodka with Blue Curaçao might get you the same effect as in the movies.
Blue Lagoon by Therin of Andor, on Flickr
Visual effect or drunk effect?
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