Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Commander Richard, Feb 7, 2019.
From Memory Alpha, re: the STV Novel
i know that - now
Hey! I have one of those!
note to self: do not inquire why someone might need a marshmallow dispenser (trek or otherwise) - have you not been older than 5 when it came into your possesion?
*makes mental note to not inquire*
*inquires in the very next sentence*
we must be related, I do the very same every day
Eh...it was cheap and one of those things that perversely fascinated me.
Do not question. Just accept.
i did not inquire why he wanted to have it - just asked (nicely) how old he was when he got it
Would have been late 30’s, IIRC. One shouldn’t assign rationality to the collector’s whims. Thus leads one down the road to Perdition.
you can not perdition the lord with prayer!
I have no room to question somebody's ownership of a marshmallow dispenser when I have enough Star Wars action figures to choke a Doomsday Machine.
I bought the Jar-Jar Binks Tongue Pop. I cannot throw stones.
Meesa suddenly feel a lot better.
I had a doll(?) that played sound clips if you squeezed his hand.
Action figure. You had an action figure.
Yousa all Nerds.
Anthony Rapp may be turning into one of my heroes. That man is one of us.
Do I have to remind you that there's already been a ST musical, albeit only in the novelverse? That in itself is reason to believe it could work in canon as well.
Stamets suddenly reminds me of a couplet from Benny Hill's "My Garden of Love":
As to the video, and the slightly filkish riff on "Seasons of Love," all I can say is (as Cleavon Little's "Sheriff Bart" put it) "Well raise my Rent!"
Although it would have been better if only Mr. Rapp had been able to make "One million, seven hundred seventy one thousand, five hundred sixty one" scan with the tune.
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