Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by AlxxlA, May 31, 2008.
Who is it? Grace Lee Whitney as Janice Rand or Laurel Goodwin as J.M. Colt?
Laurel Goodwin hands down...
Neither. Give me Yeoman Smith.
Laurel Goodwin as J.M. Colt
Yeoman Bowers from Shore Leave.
Write-in vote #2 for Yeoman Bowers from Shore Leave. Hands down. Period. Game, set & match.
I think you mean Barrows.
I'm a victim of faulty sensors during lock on and susequent transport of the yeoman in question to another post. A tachyon surge overloaded the primary inducer coil and shorted out the heisenberg compensator and obviously the automatic polarity reverser hasn't been invented yet in this series' time frame, so an alphabetonic phase shift did occur.
No? Okay, how about this... No! We're talking about Yeoman Bowers from the mirror-mirror-mirror-parallel universe!
Still no? Oh, fine. ...I was nailed by poor choice of cut-n-paste! There! Are you happy? Feel superior? Did you think the Nagus was going to trade for me? Not in this forum! Your pointless gloating gains you nothing! *grin*
^ I'm just a smartass. And proud of it.
And my reply was a well reasoned, thoughtful and meaningful response that enhanced the intelligent quotient of this thread, if not the whole planet? *grin*
Oops sorry Barrows
Tonia Barrows distresses my clothing, if you know what I mean ...
I totally agree with you on this one. Yeoman Jones...errr...Smith was a real cutie.
Have you ever seen the classic cold-war comedy The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming? That actress (Andrea Dromm) played Carl Reiner's Nanny, Alison. She looked good in that film, too.
Being of the female persuasion, I do not understand what is so attractive about Yeoman Colt. I do think Yeoman Barrows is pretty, though.
Gotta go with Barrows too.
I can't speak for others. But I like her red hair. And she has a cute face, too.
Laurel Goodwin/Yeoman Colt.
But, Tamura is a close second for me.
Tamura can handle herself in a killing situation and that's hawt. The others could never keep someone from immolating themself, even by knocking them down.
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