Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by David S. Pumpkins, Dec 29, 2018.
Oh, of course...my mistake...
And that poetry:
There once was a man from Nantucket...
I do hope you realize I was being sarcastic and not expecting anyone to take it seriously. Nobody takes that scene seriously.
There are probably a few folks out there who were at least seriously aroused by it.
It was subtle but I picked up on it.
Thank you. In these forums you never know until you ask.
I thought it was there just to show - "Yes, we're NOT in the 'Puritan' 24th century!" - and cause TNG era fans to blow a blood vessel since it 's not showcasing her mind?
Well, to be fair, William Ware Theiss (apologies if I misspell) simply wasn't around to explain his theory on future wardrobe to everyone
I've often wondered if at times, women think with their crotch, like men are known to do?
Well they could not show her disarming that torpedo in her short Starfleet dress and panties, I am upset we did not get to see McCoy undress in his quarters.
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