Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
fondly recalled the time several centuries earlier
when she was on a date with
an el-Aurian songwriter named Tellam who wrote
the book on love, Delta Quadrant-style
and won no fewer than nine different
death threats from individuals who felt they
had been brutally plagiarized by Tellam's creations
"Plagarism is the fire in which we burn,"
Guinan's stories droned on and on about
hats and razor beasts and bald men.
La Forge started to doze off, while Data
decided it was time to sing a
little ditty that he learned while mooning
Geordi a few weeks earlier in Ten
Forward. Data started to sing, until Worf
intervened and clapped his hand over Data's
neck, which made an unpleasant squeaky sound
that everyone else noticed but were too
polite to mention. Geordi, unable to sleep,
chose to remain on-duty and run
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