Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Amasov, Jun 20, 2020.
Or the Earth Starfleet flagship.
It was literally their only ship, guys. Only one that could do anything worthwhile, at least.
So only important ships get to be flagships?
Agreed. They're not practical for a duty shift uniform. Maybe something like a dress but not a working uniform.
"I can handle things I'm smart. Not like everbody says."
It wasn't the Federation flagship though
My understanding is that for a while, the Lollipop was the flagship. It's a good ship.
"You might want to avoid walking over here, Commander Riker. I dropped a doozy in those trees."
"Kramer took us out of the crepe restaurant and just left us here!"
The Temporal War changed the look of Pre-TOS.
In ENT, Star Trek is looking back at the 22nd Century from the 31st Century's POV. It's still a Temporal Cold War, so the changes aren't yet complete.
In DSC/SNW, Star Trek is looking back at the 23rd Century from the 32nd Century's POV. The all-out Temporal War has happened, it's already ended, and the changes to the past are complete.
Canon, time-travel, and every prequel. "Controversial Star Trek Opinion among Trekkies" on steroids!
And it was not, for lack of an Admiral. The person for whom the "flag" refers.
"Nineteen out of twenty people are interesting, and the twentieth is interesting for being an exception."
I will gladly accept the compliment . I was actually aiming for a Kirk-style logic loop but surprisingly my cellphone did not explode...
I'm sure that we've all met a few 21s in our time.
Idea for a discussion: the most insignificant/boring person/creature in the Starfleet universe.
Someone in lots of deleted scenes or trimmed frame clips.
Lt. Ayala on Voyager. I only say this because of the vast number of appearances where the actor doesn't get to do or say anything.
Dammit, Hadley. You had one job.
Well, probably several over your time on the ship. But still.
Separate names with a comma.