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Shut up, Wesley

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6c698f No.41[Reply]

Now accepting submissions for banners.

>pic unrelated

Guidelines:

>png or gif

>300 x 100px

>smaller than 500kb

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5c65b7 No.972

File: 2013b8024a291d5⋯.png (141.84 KB, 438x299, 438:299, laugh wheeze spock.png)

>>967

Added.




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d65355 No.34[Reply]

Welcome aboard, crew.

Rules:

>Don't post illegal shit

>Don't post spam

>Don't be an autistic bitch if there's some bleedover from other boards that, in your opinion, ruin the sanctity of Star Trek. If you can't handle /pol/, /v/, /tv/, /co/ or any of the other main boards, then feel free to go somewhere else.

>Don't start shit with /strek/ - you're free to voice your opinion, but no organizing of raids

Other rules will be added if necessary, but I'd rather keep things free and easy if possible. Bans will be handed out as necessary, but my philosophy is to avoid them wherever possible. If you're particularly getting on everyone's nerves, you may receive a one-minute warning ban so I can privately communicate to you that you're pushing your luck, but I intend to be as hands-off as possible.

This board is NSFW and triggering to anyone retarded enough to require trigger warnings.

That is all for now.

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082d43 No.961

>>416

>coffee

Tea! Earl Grey! Hot!




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07741f No.65[Reply]

We could use a win.

Week of Saturday, September 30.

>>>/sudo/52640

I've unilaterally chosen Gowronus of Borg, this time, since /strek/'s finally using Sirellus. I was tempted to use her as well, but decided to take the slightly-higher road. Win or lose (probably lose, since we aren't furfags), it should hopefully bring some new blood to the crew.

Any recommendations for tributes for future games?

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87d9fe No.1085

File: d76926acefda80d⋯.png (382.73 KB, 483x602, 69:86, dauphin.PNG)

I say it's time we whip out the big guns.

And I don't mean the sliver of worf's knee on the bottom-right.


bdb3b8 No.1086

>>1085

Nice. Got a slogan?


87d9fe No.1087

>>1086

>/startrek/ - Pioneering costume design since '66

or something completely unrelated, idk, I just feel like this is one of the show's worst excuses for an alien since the gorn and someone already used the gorn. These are exactly why they should stick to the "add some ornamentation to the face" style aliens.


bdb3b8 No.1088

File: 849036c72bb7824⋯.gif (974.23 KB, 240x149, 240:149, manthumbsup.gif)

>>1087

>/startrek/ - Pioneering costume design since '66

I like it.

>These are exactly why they should stick to the "add some ornamentation to the face" style aliens.

Considering the era, It's actually pretty good, but I remember when I first saw that creature and sighed. Even for season 1 & 2, the episode was pretty lackluster.


87d9fe No.1090

File: 6ceea56c13c6b4b⋯.jpg (86.01 KB, 946x532, 473:266, DW-10th-planet-cybermen.jpg)

>>1088

I thought it was an abysmal episode turned cringy when the creatures appeared. I actually don't blame Wheaton for this at all, he did pretty well - there was just no substance to the story. So, alien princess with overly protective guardian, okay, and what was accomplished? The whole mystery of the episode was the shapeshifting and while normally I can suspend my disbelief for these things (I've seen all of the original Dr. Who series) but in this case not even a little bit.

>pic related: doctor who robots who wear ski masks, apparently




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43f530 No.182[Reply]

SECURITY TO DECK 4

HOSTILE NEGRESS IN CREW'S MESS

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80d077 No.1075

>>1073

Why is a cadet serving aboard an experimental starship and why is she allowed to be around the super top secret Mario Drive?

AND WHY WOULDN'T SHE GET THE SURGEON TO CUT THOSE MOLES OFF?!


6475e9 No.1078

>>1073

>>1075

Is dude eating tendies and fries?


332300 No.1082

>>1078

he's the best character yet.


80d077 No.1083

File: a63c26a9d252222⋯.png (368.04 KB, 609x466, 609:466, tendies.png)


6974da No.1089

File: 949d5fb38af85d5⋯.jpg (769.14 KB, 1920x1090, 192:109, aids.jpg)

>>1073

>the characters wear DISCO shirts because CBS is selling the shirts

You can see how no one really cares about any aspect of the show. They could've made a shirt with "DISCOVERY" written on it, or create a patch for the Discovery (like the ENT or the Defiant) so every crew member gets to wear it on a shoulder.




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9a6a41 No.48[Reply]

Post 'em if you got 'em.

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f01cc5 No.1066

>>1065

>Are these being re-released this way or was this someone's project?

No, this is a private group taking up bitcoin donations to purchase theatrical prints in circulation on the auction market and funding to have them scanned, usually at 4K, for the true film enthusiast communities to share.


661e0e No.1074

>>1065

>/s

Explain.


f01cc5 No.1079

>>1065

>Very cool though I'd be really interested to see other films like this.

Jurassic.Park.1993.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v1.0

The.Matrix 1999.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v1.0 (flawed, do not download)

The.Matrix 1999.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v2.0

Star.Trek.III.The.Search.For.Spock.1984.35mm.1080p.Dolby.Stereo.v1.0

Raiders.of.the.Lost.Ark.1981.35mm.LPP.1080p.Dolby.Stereo.LITEMAKR.v1.0

Lady.and.the.Tramp.1955.35mm.LPP.1080p.Dolby.Surround.v1.0

Jurassic.Park.1993.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.Open.Matte.v1.0

Jurassic.Park.1993.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.Superwide.Open.Matte.v1.0

Jurassic.Park.1993.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v2.0

Ghostbusters.1984.35mm.1080p.Dolby.Stereo.v1.0


f01cc5 No.1080

>>1079

Those were 35mm prints from one group. There's also private prints from other sources circulating for:

V1.1 Disney's Song Of The South [1080p 35mm Restoration]

THX-1138 (1st Director’s Cut) 35mm Grindhouse Edition (720p rip only)

Star Wars 1977 Silver Screen Edition 35mm v1.6

ESB TN1-Grindhouse Dreamastered v2 (Empire Strikes Back - color correction of faded 35mm)

Harmy's RETURN OF THE JEDI Grindhouse 35mm LPP

There's also some isolated cases of 35mm prints being used to rush out blu-ray releases in russian territories:

The Mechanic 2011 35mm 1080p (near openmatte presentation and different color timing)

Shutter Island 2010 35mm 1080p (near openmatte presentation and different color timing)


267480 No.1084

>>1074

that's the punctuation for sarcasm, because sarcastic tones don't translate well to written language. Prevents a lot of misunderstandings, ideally.

>>1079

I assume the same goes throughout the history of film? I'd contribute in a heartbeat to see the original Man with No Name trilogy in its original glory.




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ae35c5 No.932[Reply]

Hotpocket Edit: Uncensored spoilers.

/brg/

Cerebral Discussion Edition

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aaf162 No.1005

File: 5fab3d5a70dd7b2⋯.jpg (44.53 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, Blade Runner Hologram_0.jpg)

To understand the movie, we have to understand the connection between the female characters, driven primarily through the actions of Luv. When we first encounter Luv, she's in the middle of a sales pitch to a client, which she hastily reschedules upon notification of K's inquiries. While Luv's primary duty may be to determine whether the information K's seeking and the clues brought forth by him are important to Wallace's work, she also appears to take a personal interest in him.

Luv comments on the questions of the Voight-Kampff test Deckard is giving Rachel in the archives as being deeply intimate, and therefore representative of a desire for intimacy between the two. Luv follows up by asking K a directly intimate question (I forget exactly what it was), to which K readily dismisses and thanks her and Wallace for her time, seemingly unaware that he's spurning her unemotionless but yet possible flirtation with him. In this context, it certainly explains Luv's actions through the rest of the movie as motivated in part by being an unrequited love and a scornful jealousy for the other female entities in K's life.

During Wallace's welcoming of the new replicant "birth", Luv is clearly uncomfortable and preceeds to shed a tear in anticipation that Wallace is going to kill the newborn replicant before he has even made a cut with the scapel. Luv displays an emotional reaction even if she can't fully process it or understand what's she feeling in this moment.

When we first see Luv, she's on a sales call, explaining to a client the customizability of the Wallace replicants. Perhaps Wallace designed Luv with a unique sociopathic characteristic on purpose, or he's just been fucking with her so long, serially murdering her fellow replicants in front of her since her inception that she's just been fucked in the head.

At the morgue, Luv murders Coco (David Dastmalchian), did she shed a tear in this moment? I dont recall, I guess a third viewing with a notepad is in order. I do remember she did it coldly and without hesitation, most likely under direct orders from Wallace to recover the bones and cover all traces leading back to Wallace.

WallacePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


aaf162 No.1058

File: 8469241ce5f44c3⋯.jpg (183 KB, 1040x1600, 13:20, blade_runner-eldon_tyrell-….jpg)

Chapter II: Understanding everyone's place in this world; hypothetically speaking…

Eldon Tyrell endeavored to create a machine "more human than human." Well studied and a student of philosophy, Tyrell may have become enamored with Christian mythology regarding the attributes of the spirit as components of the soul. I'm not suggesting Tyrell is religious, only that he finds it philosophically constructive as the basis of a working model.

<Galatians 5:19-21King James Version (KJV)

<19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness,

<20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,

<21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

>Galatians 5:22-23King James Version (KJV)

>22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,

>23 Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.

In 2019, the Nexus 6 is the current generation replicant in mass production for off-world use. "The designers reckoned after a few years, they might develop their own emotional responses. You know, hate, love, fear, anger, envy. So they built in a fail-safe device." That fail-safe being a four-year lifespan.

Tyrell's plan is to introduce memories to provide the replicants with a baseline for processing emotion. The new model replicant should also be able to pass for a close approximation of a human by believing it is human, unless otherwise informed, allowing recently initialized Nexus 7's to appear as at least as emotionally complex or even more convincing than Nexus 6's which have taken years to develop natural emotional responses beyond their programmed responses. Memories captured from carefully chosen subjectsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


aaf162 No.1059

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During the initial design phase for the Nexus 7, Tyrell captures some of his own memories (and experiences/knowledge?) and transfers him into his "alpha" development model, Rick Deckard. Tyrell theorizes that the most rigorous field trial for his new model would be to install him as a "blade runner" with the LAPD, a task that requires specialized knowledge of replicants and would permit Deckard to serve as an envoy between the LAPD and the Tyrell Corporation for law enforcement cooperation anyways.

Deckard is placed with his human counterparts Dave Holden and Eduardo Gaff under the command of Capt. Harry Bryant in the LAPD's "blade runner" division. Deckard quickly progresses through the training, soon surpasing his human counterparts and becoming a highly valued asset. Alternatively, these experiences could have possibly been harvested and implanted but mixing memories from too many sources might not lead to stable psyche.

Having completely phase one of his deployment with high marks, Deckard is recalled for further tweaking, adding to, or removing specific memories. As a cover, he's reintroduced to the world as being on temporary retirement, awaiting activation to serve his primary purpose as lead "blade runner" when a suitable threat arises. When Dave Holden is seriously injured by the fugitive replicant Nexus 6, Leon Kowalski, Deckard goes to work to pursue Leon and the other renegade replicants in his group.

During the intervening months of Deckard's phase one field trial, Tyrell has continued his work by creating Rachel, his Nexus 7 "beta" model. For Rachel, Tyrell has selected his neice, a covenient choice given his familiarity and confidence in her, as the source for Rachel's memory implants. Tyrell is counting on Deckard's ability to spot a replicant with Voight-Kampff and his own intuition to spark a connection between the two replicants, maybe even dropping some underlying subconscious programming in there to ensure they pursue one another. Tyrell perhaps expects that if both Deckard and Rachel, together, can embody all the attributes of spirit, then they can prosper and even reproduce!

Ok, I know it sounds a bit silly, I'm just trying to bridge the gap between the two movies witPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


aaf162 No.1060

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Intermission

Interesting article on how they achieved the Sean Young recreation for 2049.

http://screenrant.com/blade-runner-2049-rachael-sean-young-cameo/

>John Nelson, Blade Runner 2049 visual effects supervisor, spoke with EW about the short sequence, which he called the “hardest” challenge the VFX crew worked on. The process was quite similar to how ILM created the CGI Grand Moff Tarkin for last year’s Rogue One. During principal photography, actress Loren Peta acted opposite Ford and Jared Leto, wearing the now-famous motion-capture dots on her face so she could later be replaced by Young’s likeness. The toughest tasks for the team in post-production, according to Nelson, was realistically crafting Rachael’s makeup and hair. One key detail Nelson is very proud of is the inclusion of “flyaway hairs” on the digital Rachael to make her look more human.

Interesting article also bringing up the Galatians theory, as well as identified the ringtone that goes off from K or a device on him.

https://www.vox.com/2017/10/3/16403178/blade-runner-2049-review-bible-gosling-villeneuve-spoilers

>The ringtone is the first two measures of Peter’s theme from “Peter and the Wolf,” Prokofiev’s symphonic suite for children. The ringer goes off too many times for it to just be a coincidence, and the big question may be who it belongs too — to K, or to Joi. But in a sense they’re the same being, with the same goal: to subvert the rules that govern the world in which they find themselves.

Nice to meet you Mrs Deckard:

http://www.gavinrothery.com/my-blog/2011/12/27/nice-to-meet-you-mrs-deckard.html

>Here's an image that didn't get into any of the cuts of Blade Runner which featurePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


c24f5f No.1076

>>1060

Don't think I don't appreciate the dedication to your craft, but why don't you turn all this work into a book, anon?




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80292d No.1[Reply]

Any lifeforms here?

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789771 No.56

>>15

Hailing frequencies open. Anyone?


6d3544 No.57

>>56

Welcome aboard.


a54238 No.74

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4f6e79 No.1039

>>1

Captain, we're receiving a transmission

>Open frequencies, lieutenant. Alien vessel: identify yourself


6e98d4 No.1077

File: 12b5928537e30b3⋯.png (963.52 KB, 874x557, 874:557, Klingon Birds of Prey.png)

>>1039

>Alien vessel: identify yourself

Uh oh.




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0dd44a No.973[Reply]

Fellas is it gay to fuck a Trill

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13126f No.1027

Maybe the real question is does it matter? I just wanna score with an alien so I can tell my friends

>>989

where do I get a bobblehead like that?


609719 No.1028

File: 6a4048b9af2fd0d⋯.png (171.61 KB, 400x400, 1:1, bill nye but that's a woma….png)

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>>1027

>where do I get a bobblehead like that?

Oh, you can make one, easily enough.

>Find some piece of shit with a comical head and let him pretend he's a scientist while doing "experiments" out of Babby's First Science Fair (like invisible ink made of lemon juice and heat).

>Then tell him his opinion matters and let him corrupt an entire generation of children

>Then give him a netflix show and watch him go full-Soros


892230 No.1033

File: 6dd9fee658c084c⋯.jpg (128.96 KB, 900x707, 900:707, dolph lundgren stomps bill….jpg)

You'd be better off tweeting your question to Dolph Lundgren


609719 No.1056

>>1033

Impressive. I'm not sure Dolph has ever really been given the credit he deserves. It's a shame, really.


13126f No.1057

>>1028

There's nothing wrong with a kids' show promoting basic science to children (so long as it's accurate, and it ain't exactly rocket science). And, to be fair to him, he's clearly talking about sex rather than gender in the given example. But regardless of views on gender politics, his becoming a celebrity based on being an enthusiast of science rather than any actual merit is patently ridiculous. We've already got Carl Sagan 2.0 for that, even if that particular brand of existentialism hasn't translated well to twitter.

>>1056

He should've gone into wrestling. Then he could've had some stage persona as hilariously improbable as his actual one.




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ec42f1 No.24[Reply]

Jesus christ, there's star trek makeup.

WHY?

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89fc5e No.1013

>>150

>Absolutely no comments in the article, because no women watch Star Trek, and those that do don't wear makeup.

or maybe those who do watch Star Trek don't give a shit about cosplay or "trek" makeup.


0d7e50 No.1014

>>994

lel

What's that from?


e8af9e No.1018

File: 2ab86cdcf4333af⋯.png (213.47 KB, 500x375, 4:3, gorilla2thumbsup.png)

>>1013

>or maybe those who do watch Star Trek don't give a shit about cosplay or "trek" makeup.

It's been awhile since I posted that, but I'm pretty sure I was baiting to see if we had any femanons in the woodpile.

>>1014

>What's that from?

One of those house flipping shows. I'm not sure which one, but I'm sure the guys on the crew gave her shit for weeks about that episode. The wife watches a lot of these and there are some things that never change: there's always an attractive and/or classy woman in charge, and a bunch of men being used as grunts. At some point in the game, the woman in charge will make a point of going in there and reminding the apes who's Tarzan. Now, this might be scripted to appeal to the mostly female audience, but it never fails to rile me if I'm in the same room when she's watching it. Watching one of them attempt to do the ape-work in that webm usually puts a smile on my face.


1467c5 No.1023

File: 837bbdb33745f7a⋯.jpg (432.62 KB, 900x1250, 18:25, 900full-caithlin-dar.jpg)

>>1018

>It's been awhile since I posted that, but I'm pretty sure I was baiting to see if we had any femanons in the woodpile.

I wouldn't be surprised. Who posts about makeup in the first place?


e8af9e No.1032

>>1023

Hard to say. I doubt it was a femanon, though. The OP seems incredulous and a little annoyed.




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c5964d No.818[Reply]

How does that make you feel?

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c3d33f No.917

>>909

VOY took any wind in the sails for ENT out; only hope was for a strong first season or two and that didn't happen.


c5964d No.923

>>909

>I really don't know why this show gets such a bad rap.

Speaking only for myself, I was grumpy about it being a prequel. I wanted to go forward into the future, not back. Now that it's all over and done, I can appreciate all the work they did. I feel bad for not giving it more attention.

I remember a piece on some entertainment show where they had a soundbite from the actor who played Trip. He was in uniform, on set, and obviously devastated and a little angry. He kept his spaghetti in and managed to diplomatically say that he thought they deserved a little more time to turn it around.


ce0bc6 No.1022

>>909

I seriously think the theme tune had quite a bit to do with it. First impressions are everything.

The sequel to Life on Mars, Ashes to Ashes, was regarded as the inferior retarded second cousin until midway through series 2, solely because they decided to make the first episode the comedy episode, for some insane reason.


4538e8 No.1024

>>923

That's fucking adorable, it's always heartwarming to hear when the actor's got a bit of passion for the show. You can tell when they do and don't, too.

>>1022

>the theme tune

I had a really negative instant reaction to that, too, but I wasn't gonna let it keep me from watching. After a season in I couldn't stop myself from singing along. I'm not exactly proud but I'm not ashamed, either.


61b263 No.1031

>>1024

>You can tell when they do and don't, too.

Absolutely. Right now, I'm pretty sure STD Micki's actor absolutely hates the job.

>>1022

>I seriously think the theme tune had quite a bit to do with it. First impressions are everything.

I came to love it, but I know it was widely panned by other fans. I think it was the fact that the last 4 versions were instrumentals that fit the theme of the show, and everyone was expecting that, again.

Star Trek and ST:TNG themes were very much "We will boldly go!" DS9's theme sounded like "We're still standing, motherfuckers!" And Voyager's was "We're alone and we miss home!" Listen to them if you don't believe me. The composers were spot on.




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09c849 No.61[Reply]

The only series in Current Stardate that is actually Trek, and it took the world's premier high-functioning autist to pull it off.

Also, if CBS hadn't been pricks about it, this really WOULD have been Star Trek: Orville.

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7b7c4c No.1015

>>1010

No, it was a repeat of the pilot.


8c98ef No.1016

File: 364e99ba521e2d4⋯.gif (404.77 KB, 249x112, 249:112, salutejacksparrow.gif)

>>1015

Thanks


8c98ef No.1017

>>1012

>I also wonder if perhaps the massive disappointment felt by legit star trek fans is leading to a kind of exodus from STD to orville.

Absolutely. What it lacks in class it more than makes up for in atmosphere. Even the scene changes and beginning and ending shots are very much cribbed from TNG and DS9.

>meanwhile, the people behind orville actually seem to give a fuck about what they are making.

And that's another good observation. The fans can tell when someone's heart is in it.


1efd50 No.1025

>>1012

The orville may not be super consistent (or even watchable, at times) but I've got a strong feeling that if, somehow, it gets renewed, it's gonna come back a lot stronger. I'm pretty iffy on the show so far but I'm still putting my eggs in that basket rather than the discovery one. I'm a huge tv guy and normally I'll watch anything as well-received as STD has been (among non-trekkies it has, anyway) but even just watching clips makes me sick to my stomach.


8c98ef No.1030

>>1025

>I've got a strong feeling that if, somehow, it gets renewed, it's gonna come back a lot stronger.

Seconded. I think Seth will gather the bigwigs in the boardroom and say, "Well, guys, as you can see, the overtly humorous stuff is widely disliked. But look at the accolades for the serious parts! Now, I've been thinking…"

It would be a mistake to lose the fun, but it should run like a "funny episode" of the various Star Treks, like the tribbles or the Lwuxana episodes. Little funny bits with normal Trek wrapped around them.




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79d1ee No.46[Reply]

Come and claim them, boys and girls.

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0ef2d4 No.1007

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Susan Denberg from "Mudd's Women"


0ef2d4 No.1008

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0ef2d4 No.1009

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Linda Park


517ca8 No.1026

Why do so many of these actress have nudes floating around? Serious question, I'm curious. I know there's a lot more than these few in Trek.


0ef2d4 No.1029

>>1026

>Why do so many of these actress have nudes floating around? Serious question, I'm curious. I know there's a lot more than these few in Trek.

You mean the ones from that era? I suspect (but don't actually know) that Playboy was the first step in a lot of actresses' careers at that point in the game. It was basically a catalog of beautiful women. The casting guys probably just called Hef's people for contact numbers. Then, as the years went by, the jews studios cut out the middleman and went straight to the casting couch.

The other option is that they did Playboy in order to give their careers a kick in the pants and get noticed. When your resume consists of "girl #4" and "cashier that gets shot," sometimes it helps to have something like "Miss November, 1963" on it.




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ea96c7 No.953[Reply]

>Andrea choked back tears recalling the events set in motion nearly 50 years ago by the arrival of Captain James T. Kirk at Exo III. Andrea's trauma begins with the haunting imagery of an imposing Kirk pressing himself against her in a passionate embrace and shoving his tongue down her throat. "I was only a child in age, though my creator gave me the body of a woman, I was but an inexperienced and emotionally undeveloped child at heart, James T. Kirk exploited that youthful vulnerability to get his hands in my pants," recalled Andrea, her teary eyes looking away in shame. Unfortunately, Andrea's story may not be an isolated incident, and part of a larger and broader plot arc of serial groping and sexual indulgence by one out of control and sexually unaccountable Starfleet Captain, James Tiberius Kirk.

eebd24 No.962

on the one hand, I sympathize with him, because 3d pigs are repugnant.

on the other otoh, he's a canucklehead.


ed5d1b No.963

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>The commander choked back tears as the courtmartial prosecutor rose to begin his questioning

>"Commander Chakotay, these are very serious accusations you are making towards your captain."

>"Objection! She is no longer his captain!"

>"Sustained."

>The prosecution smiled a tight little smile. He was irked but undeterred. "Commander, these are serious accusations you are making towards Captain Janeway. Do you have any proof of these allegations?"

>"Y-yes. Computer: Run "Chakotay-alpha-one."

>With a hiss, the holographic forcefield in the evidence area took the form of a late middle-aged woman in pleather BDSM gear, with thigh-high boots, a spiked collar, and a whip.

>"Computer: pause. On the morning in question, I was communing with nature on the holodeck when this suddenly appeared and said 'Like what you see, mister?'"

>"Is… that everything?"

>"Objection!"

>"Overruled! Answer the question, commander."

>"N-no. While I was still recovering from the shock, well… I should probably just show you. Computer: resume."

>The holographic woman started gyrating her hips, and her breasts moved in counter-sync with her. She went left, they went right. She went down, they went up. Then she stopped and said "Come to my quarters if you want some more of that, injun."

>"Computer: pause."

>The prosecutor walked over to Chakotay. "You're very brave. Did you know that?"

>Chakotay nodded, sobbing.

>"Whenever you're ready to continue."

>"I'm good."

>"Okay, so, I'd like to move ahead three months to the first time you woke up with her bouncing up and down on top of you…"




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0a6e72 No.89[Reply]

Favorite Star Trek (or Star Trek knockoff) game?

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64e948 No.727

>>695

this reminds me of the tng game for the snes, which was sorta cool until you got halfway in and then got insanely punishing.

iirc the ship took successive damage each battle, and repaired itself slowly but only when you were in combat. so eventually you were just doomed.


64e948 No.728

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hm, no mention of bridge commander?

dc fontana actually wrote some of the story for it.

it was a good game to get stoned and watch the space battles, but other than that the gameplay was a little shallow. still, there were some really good moments.


0a6e72 No.729

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TNG for the original Gameboy nearly drove me bananas. One of the regular, repeating missions was to do an emergency beam up on a certain amount of crewmen before they got blown up. As always, O'Brien must suffer, because the fart-monglers kept running around the whole area instead of staying put (even though they weren't in immediate danger) necessitating frantically trying to keep a transporter lock on them. This means that nearly every ship of the line is chock full of panicky motherfuckers who instantly forget their training when their ships are on fire.

>4:50


0a6e72 No.730

>>728

Man, models have come so far since then.


5a70ff No.952

Voyager: Elite Force, hands down.




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d4ab87 No.800[Reply]

Just a reminder that you should all be able to create threads, again. If you can't, let me know.

I'll leave this up for a few days and then delete it.

f8e7fc No.801

… but should they be able to? We should chose our topics carefully, but then derail them into whatever, but I like seeing catchy things on the catalog overview, then clicking to be disappointed rather than just disappointed by looking at the catalog overview.


d4ab87 No.802

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>>801

>but should they be able to?

Yes?


d4ab87 No.806

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>>801

>We should chose our topics carefully, but then derail them into whatever, but I like seeing catchy things on the catalog overview, then clicking to be disappointed rather than just disappointed by looking at the catalog overview.

It's fairly easy to drag a thread back on topic if someone really wants to. For instance, have you been able to create a thread?


165b1c No.949

I figured it out boss >>932




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