Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by AlxxlA, May 31, 2008.
Colt was hot as hell. It helps that she may have been the youngest.
just look at that cute spunky goodness....
^^Majel Barret looks a little like "Josephine the Plumber" (anyone remember her?) in that photo -- and that's NOT a compliment.
Actually Yeoman Martha Landon in "The Apple" had some pretty impressive moves too, handily defeating two attackers.
In terms of aesthetics, Tonia Barrows is pretty much the winner. As for Rand, I never understood what anyone saw in her.
Colt was cute.
Eh? Being of the female persuation, I do. Moreso than Rand, who kinda has a butterface.
I definitely vote for Yeoman Colt.
ROFL! (I just watched that episode last night too!)
I wager ... with weapons of your own choice, right here and now ... that Tamura can overcome any other yeoman set against her!
OK; I'm sorry, but I think she's homely. But, to each his/her own.
Yeoman Colt. The factors in her favor are youth and strength...plus unusually strong female drives.
Tonia Barrows, on so many levels. There's the wear and tear on the wardrobe (mine), her great spirit in general, lack of a beehive helps, willingness to put on a costume outdoors in public at a moment's notice.....
For me, Colt wins by a hair over Smith/Jones. I think it's the red hair.
Smith for me. Wow!
Not to mention her cozying up to at least three different men in the episode. Let's face it: Tonia Barrows is a ho.
Smith for me, please.
If that were true, what would your point have been?
I usually go for the red head too, but there is just something so horsey about Colt, that I gotta go with Smith.
What is so horsey about a ponytailed yeoman named Colt? *grin*
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