Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by TK421, Dec 13, 2008.
Very well connected, as well.
Well, now we know where Exeter has gone...
It's in the clutches of the nefarious Stephen T. Otter!
The "otter treatment"?
After that they're better off building a new ship than trying to decontaminate the old one.
Nick can probably confirm that some people still receive treatment as a result of Stephen's last trip to the UK.
The new TOS - "The Otter Series"
Are we going to have to send Paddington Bear after that Otter?
I saw a news story today about Beavers attacking dogs swiming in a lake in Canada...
Now it looks like Otters are toying with "Powers They Do Not Understand!!!!!!"
The rath of Comander Cutty!!!!
Hmmm, The Otter Limits...
I'm beginning to wonder if maybe the next episode should be titled, "Whatever Happened To The Starship Exeter?"
The end of this one says - Stay Tuned for part 2
So, given Exeter's history, I gotta ask: "Okay, how long do we have to wait for this now, too?"
"But Vol is hungry, we must feed him"
Can anyone drop any more tid bits, or photos from Exeter?
How long has "The Tressaurian Intersection" taken to produce?
Didn't this start is 2004? Egad, the cast will begin to age in the span of a single episode. Shades of "The Deadly Years"!
Not quite. You're confusing "Production" with "Post-production". If I understand correctly, Production is done. All scenes are shot. Editing, inserting optical effects and scoring make up the post-production process, which is where the final act or acts are at this point. We are told that the process is continuing and that we will see the finished product...eventually....
Actually no, you're confusing 'Production' with the varioys elements - Pre-Production -> Filming -> Post Production; but a project is 'In production' until there is a complete final product, or production is abandoned/terminated.
The episode (or at least the final part of it) is definiteltly still 'in production' (according to a couple of folks 'in the know'.)
Yet he is correct in spirit, because principal photography was completed in 2005, and I'm pretty sure that's what he was referring to.
Quite right! Leave it to a Scotsman to put it in clearer English than a Yank!
He lives in Scotland... but I think he's English. As I always say, those English people... they speak the language as if they invented it!
Invented? More like slapped it together with bits and pieces from all kinds of languages (German, Latin, French, ...). They're linguistic Pakleds!
The proper term then is: "It's in the can." with regard to that aspect.
"It's in the can."...... I think those find folks at Think Geek are selling a Enterprise bottle opener, a Klingon wine bottle opener, a Enterprise pizza slicer.... now somebody needs to invent a Androian Can opener so we can get this beast out of the can onto the nets..... (and into my living room!!!!)
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