Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by KobayashiMaru13, Feb 27, 2010.
In a deleted scene
This isn't about toys, it's Uncle Frank.
I can't take him anymore -- Mom has no
idea what he's like when she's not here--
d'you hear him talking like he's our
dad?! And that's not even his car you're
washing! That was Dad's car! You know
why you're washing it? Because he's
gonna sell it!"
^^ can you please cite that..
frankly we know so little about vulcans other then spock in the tos time period to make an assumption like that.
and the poet as far as i remember had traveled to vulcan.
as for the beastie boys;.
it was there because they are big trek fans and even mention spock in a song.
plus it is bizarre what does stay through time.
some of the most popular is not always what lasts.
Scene 47 (page 23) of the script, which can be found here:
The poet was resident on Vulcan. From dialogue in DS9's "Destiny":
Episode transcript or compare
Plus, it doesn't actually have to be a Cardassian beverage Uhura orders in the bar; how many other drinks have been invented and had an exotic-sounding name made up on the spot (or at least a name having nothing to do with the place of origin)? All that's required is that bartender have second- or third- or fifth-hand knowledge that Cardassians exist at the time he starts mixing, and when he's doing business next door to a Starfleet facility, that's not so hard to buy.
It's also interesting to see what will disappear, only to turn up again; the music of J.S. Bach was forgotten for close to 80 years after he died and the music of Vivaldi for nearly 200. Would the Beasties catch on again if they were rediscovered in 200 years? There's no way to say for sure, but it wouldn't be close to the strangest thing which has ever happened.
actually, they mention DOCTOR Spock, a real therapist/councilour.
why did i not watch those? i guess i ought to, now.
Not that song, this one.
oh, lol, i thought you meant SO WATCHA WANT.
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