The Junior Officer in Star Trek III: Inappropriate Behavior?

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by Clark Terrell, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. Ríu ríu chíu

    Ríu ríu chíu Fleet Admiral Admiral

    May 10, 2005
    Mr. Laser Beam is in the visitor's bullpen
    ^ Mr. Adventure wasn't freaking out or "shatting". :lol: He was just doing his duty when he correctly pointed out that nobody in Kirk's group had any ID or orders. That is why Uhura locked him in the closet - so he couldn't call for help or stop her in any way.

    And also she did it so Starfleet would not suspect him of any wrongdoing.
  2. LMFAOschwarz

    LMFAOschwarz Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Oct 1, 2013
    At least the fellow asking Kirk about a reception seemed to have a little character. I often felt the few junior officers we saw in the original Star Trek films with speaking parts seemed to deliver very flat, lifeless performances.
  3. HIjol

    HIjol Admiral and Consummate Peacemaker Premium Member

    Feb 13, 2014
    In a time and place long past...
    Holy Mother of Crap!...towards the end of page 1 in this thread, I thought we were going for "....The Award for Quickest and most Derailed Thread..."...but there is a lot there to digest and i thank you I have to go back and read it all again and consider...but I do agree that "Mr. Adventure was more "insubordinate"' and that Barney was way cooler in MI: TOS...anybody remember him in the switched baby episode of The Dick Van
    Dyke Show?...