Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by TK421, Dec 13, 2008.
And I thank you for that, believe me.
Maybe at your house.
Nudity and burgers at the same time...really, ketchup and pickles get into the strangest places (not that there's anything wrong with that).
Let's do these things in their proper order, 'mkay?
With that closing line, it's obvious that you have been watching South Park way too much.
1. What does this particular South Park have to do with this thread?
2. Somebody should have taken Cartman behind the woodshed and given the little turd an ass-whooping to remember.
Ugh. Are we back to this non-sequitur stuff again.
Where is Nomad when you need him?
I like nudity and burgers.
See, T'Bonz? I am bean a li'l angel!
Just remember who it was that brought up South Park in the first place!!!
So to put us back on topic..
What is Starship Exeter's stance on burgers and nudity? And do you have any production stills?
And Expo, if you don't knock off your antics regarding Dennis, I'll bounce you off this board so fast you won't know what hit you.
You can do the adult thing and put him on ignore and NOT engage with him, or you can see how far my patience goes reading this crap and I assure you, it doesn't go far.
Your call. Last notice.
Need I remind you, Number Six, that when Bailey used the phrase m'kay, it was clearly in reference to that school counselor on that crappy cartoon series.
So technically, he was the one who brought up the South Park reference. Not me.
Also, DS9Sega pointed out that he was currently focused on another project. So, unfortunately, we obviously won't be seeing any stills anytime soon.
As you wish.
But I can't make any promises when it comes to certain issues(not antics as you put it)that I am passionate about. Like Steve McQueen, when I believe in something, I fight like hell for it.
Mmm'Kay wasn't invented by South Park.
You inferred that as your choice.
I'm also interested in their views of burgers and nudity.
And not pissing off T'Bonz, who I actually am really quite fond of, so ....Moving on!!
OK, drop it. Done.
If I feel you're making trouble due to the history, you're done. If you're smart, you'll walk away if you feel like taking a shot. If not, well, can't say I didn't warn you.
Now it's done. [/grouch]
I don't know that SE has a stance on burgers; however, our position on coffee was that Cutty was never allowed to have any (seriously).
What happens when Cutty has too much coffee?? How weird do things get on the set?
We shall never know.
The coffee thing became a running joke - Cutty remarks in "The Savage Empire" that he could "sure use a cup of coffee." So the producers decided that his desire for coffee would be forever frustrated - note that in the briefing room scene in "The Tressaurian Intersection" he finds the coffee urn bone dry when he tries to pour a cup.
Also, Garrovick likes chili and coffee because that's what I had for dinner right before writing the other briefing room scene.
So...is that an "avoid bridge duty after dinner" thing??
I never picked up on the coffee gag.. How did I miss that?
I really like what you guys did with the sets.. In a lot of ways it looks every bit as good as the latest P2 and in some ways even better. Exeter certainly came a long way from the first one!!
How does it compare with the Polaris experience (which looks really impressive, btw..)?
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