• Star Trek (no not 2009 movie)
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cool story tuvok
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I loved Voyager and I cried when Neelix left.
[QUOTE=Kalibos;25584282]cool story tuvok[/QUOTE] thx [editline]23rd October 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=Smoot;25584516]I loved Voyager and I cried when Neelix left.[/QUOTE] that fish-head can get annoying at times, but I'll admit he did serve some pretty decent comedic relief [highlight](User was permabanned for this post ("Gimmick" - Rusty100))[/highlight]
He definitely is.. an odd one.
I know we all share many great memories of neelix, like that one time seven of nine used her nanoprobes to revive neelix.
Memories are irrelevant.
You have to admit, he had some charm about him.
One thing is for sure, he won't be forgotten. Neelix helped us through thick and thin, and for that I thank him, he was and always will be remembered as a great addition to our crew. Thank you neelix. [highlight](User was permabanned for this post ("Gimmick" - Rusty100))[/highlight]
and I am glad to be a part of this great journey, thanks everyone. [highlight](User was permabanned for this post ("Gimmick" - Rusty100))[/highlight]
are we there yet
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Tuvok you're being too out of character >:( Other than that, that was hilarious. :golfclap:
Best page of the forum atm
Amazing.
[QUOTE=Rasrap Smurf;25585233]Tuvok you're being too out of character >:( Other than that, that was hilarious. :golfclap:[/QUOTE] He's going through the pon farr
[QUOTE=Captain Proton;25585336]He's going through the pon farr[/QUOTE] But it happens every year (assuming Earth years), and since he went through it in 2304, that means the closest year to now it should happen is... Oh, 2010 :frown:
what happened on this page needs to be remembered as the greatest thing to ever happen to facepunch in the past year
Woah, I must be the only one who thinks The Original series a a superior.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyO2k-jApng[/media] Thought you guys might like this.
I'll be honest, I'd watch it
The cool thing about the original which made it impressive was how far beyond its time was. Things we take for granted like Uhura (black chick), Chekov (Russian guy with heritage that ties in to what would of been soviet union) being treated as equals was unheard of back when it first came out. It also supported a socialist/true communist like government which was practically suicide for any show to portray positively back then. Don't forget that Cell phones and Vital monitors where inspired by that show. I'd have to say for its time it was the most impressive Star Trek. Also that Episode where they had Good Vs. Evil with Abraham Lincoln on there side was hilarious. Also best scene ever in Voyager [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWlv_02fRyY&p=66870E52EA205211&playnext=1&index=67[/media] [U] [/U]
[QUOTE=Saxon;25631622]The cool thing about the original which made it impressive was how far beyond its time was. Things we take for granted like Uhura (black chick), Chekov (Russian guy with heritage that ties in to what would of been soviet union) being treated as an equal was unheard of back when it first came out. It also supported a socialist/true communist like government which was practically suicide for any show to portray positively back then. Don't forget that Cell phones and Vital monitors where inspired by that show. I'd have to say for its time it was the most impressive Star Trek. Also that Episode where they had Good Vs. Evil with Abraham Lincoln on there side was hilarious.[/QUOTE] I can agree with this, what made it special and groundbreaking back then though doesn't necessarily hold true to today though, which is why it feels somewhat dated. it was definitely revolutionary though.
[QUOTE=Saxon;25631622]The cool thing about the original which made it impressive was how far beyond its time was. Things we take for granted like Uhura (black chick), Chekov (Russian guy with heritage that ties in to what would of been soviet union) being treated as equals was unheard of back when it first came out. It also supported a socialist/true communist like government which was practically suicide for any show to portray positively back then. Don't forget that Cell phones and Vital monitors where inspired by that show. I'd have to say for its time it was the most impressive Star Trek. Also that Episode where they had Good Vs. Evil with Abraham Lincoln on there side was hilarious. Also best scene ever in Voyager [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWlv_02fRyY&p=66870E52EA205211&playnext=1&index=67[/media] [U] [/U][/QUOTE] That's a beautiful song. "HHHHNNNNGGGGGHHHH I can't breathe! I'm sorry!"
I actually just got the TNG box set. It's fucking awesome. Totally worth picking up, if you haven't already.
[img]http://cubeupload.com/files/994953hotbabetrek2.jpg[/img] does anyone else find her red visor attractive
I'm very close to the end of Star Trek Voyager (15 episodes to be exact), i predict i'll be done around sunday. But I don't want it to end ;_;
Don't spoil anything, i'm following a re-run on tv and it's in the middle of season 5.
but its so hard not to :( all i'll say is that it's so badass. I love almost every part of the last couple of seasons.
[QUOTE=Captain Proton;25697735]I'm very close to the end of Star Trek Voyager (15 episodes to be exact), i predict i'll be done around sunday. But I don't want it to end ;_;[/QUOTE] Same here, I've been watching it less and less since season 6 just so that it can last a few more days..
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