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File: fa043babc472548⋯.gif (280.57 KB, 500x383, 500:383, DzAn6WC.gif)

77791a No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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f5c4aa No.9359

>>9329

Might be good for a before /strek/ after /strek/ type meme.




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f60f01 No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT

>>>/sudo/44368

if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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263fa9 No.9635

File: 89665e70488e0fd⋯.jpg (342.84 KB, 902x1280, 451:640, Stewart_reviews_SH_script_….jpg)

>>9603

At least the proper O'Brien is in the lead now.




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c2fa71 No.9363[Reply]

Best girl

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04b5ee No.9787

>>9784

Is it her being a condescending and supercilious cunt?


c6e977 No.9788

>>9785

Yeah I dunno, maybe. Like I said, I can't really put my finger on it.


d73297 No.9790

>>9773

Jesus Christ, how horrifying.


c6e977 No.9793

>>9790

She told me she really wants to suck your dick, anon.


babfa3 No.9800

>>9605

Nope, as Emony the gymnast.




File: a970aa397421bbd⋯.png (775.29 KB, 1290x893, 1290:893, KIA.png)

bfe05c No.140[Reply]

Captain Picard? I'm KDF!

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81aa62 No.2987

File: 3582f9c26c57039⋯.jpg (56.64 KB, 590x523, 590:523, proverb.jpg)

>>2498

I'll take some targ and a side order of gagh.


840dd6 No.9796

Fuckton of baneposting material in TOS I noticed and throughout Trek.


661181 No.9797

>>140

>KDF

>Not KII.


3e74bc No.9798

>>2582

If this ever happens to your establishment, this is what you do. You announce to them that they are trespassing on private property and that they must leave immediately. If they don't leave, you shoot them in the head.


aa900f No.9799

>>2076

The kid was pretty different from Joffrey; he was brave and passionate, and really believed he was the rightful Chancellor.




File: ac63dda0030ae7a⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 1213x1710, 1213:1710, Starbase 69.jpg)

5395b7 No.6244[Reply]

I was always curious what these cities in space were like inside? We've only truly ever seen Deep Space Nine which as far as Starbases go in the Trek Universe is tiny.

Also what would it be like if anons ran a Starbase?

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6a0741 No.6387

File: 099e21b260dc4da⋯.jpg (66.89 KB, 550x413, 550:413, Starfleet Wizard.jpg)

>>6384

Yes I can. I've got spells.


ec57a2 No.6407

>>6384

>Space Station 13


c5608a No.6412

File: adf8402419cd4f6⋯.jpg (216.49 KB, 1920x806, 960:403, USS Excelsior Enterprise.jpg)

File: 559103301145204⋯.jpg (223.86 KB, 1920x806, 960:403, USS Excelsior.jpg)

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2d95f7 No.6417

File: 65f212ce5062f95⋯.jpg (15.51 KB, 240x320, 3:4, startrek riker steroids.jpg)

>>6387

>Yes I can. I've got spells.

We have a hulk.


2fe7a3 No.9795

File: bf90ab7b074ef4e⋯.png (794.64 KB, 846x797, 846:797, Swolecardio.png)

>>6417

We've got a Swolecard!




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806eb7 No.399[Reply]

>The hero we needed but didn't deserve

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5e10cf No.5700

>>5550

They were nothing but children.


d7e735 No.5779

>>5700

Children are smart enough to realize that if they want a blanket fort they don't have to burn down the bedframe.


ae0a79 No.5780

File: 6bd5a93853ab8d6⋯.webm (567.03 KB, 578x360, 289:180, the superlative quark, or….webm)

>>3083

>editing a movie that's supposed to make fun of fascism to be about communism

absolute pottery


d28396 No.5806

>>5779

You haven't been a parent.


92dc0d No.9794

IN THE NAME OF DUKAT!




File: d6fb47f29285c99⋯.png (807.18 KB, 880x500, 44:25, ClipboardImage.png)

a152d7 No.9338[Reply]

I've just finished rewatching DS9 and damn is it still good. The best villain (Dukat), child characters that grew up with the series and weren't obnoxious faggots like Wesley (Jake and Nog), well developed recurring aliens (Cardassians, Bajorans, and Ferengi), the best bromance (Julian and O'Brien), the best holodeck gimmick (Vic Fontaine) a strong, continuous story that carries you from the first season to the last episode, a final season that was effectively one huge movie that juggled numerous plot-threads, countless developments that deepened the lore of the universe, and all without stepping on the toes of or making the same mistakes as the other series. Maybe just a bit too much time travel for my tastes, though

Looking over and seeing what Star Trek is in the modern day just depresses me even more, knowing that we'll never get another series that comes close to measuring up to the quality of DS9

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85a1d0 No.9707

File: 2aa9612f340c20c⋯.jpg (14.27 KB, 852x480, 71:40, This still is the entirety….jpg)

>>9647

It's just not, remotely, high concept stuff. It's standard issue special effects sci fi that have nothing going for them other than flashy lights and shaky cams. It's just fucking shit.


1e9d5d No.9738

>>9647

That's why I'm hoping that this whole Weinstein/Sex Scandal/Pedowood situation continues to gain momentum. The faster Hollyjude tears itself apart, the better.


e80dbe No.9781

>>9647

How much involvement did he have with fringe. That final season was like okay you know how awesome all the previous seasons were, here is something better and more awesome then anything you got before.


fe5add No.9789

File: 8fe41317ba8bade⋯.jpg (32.03 KB, 437x500, 437:500, JJ Abrams Scriptwriter.jpg)


350532 No.9792




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500af1 No.9325[Reply]

Stop fucking with shit, BO. I see what you're doing.

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2050a3 No.9415

>>9414

kira looks jewish to some degree

i'd pick a supermodel over her anyday


78cb39 No.9417

File: 64730cb819c0645⋯.jpg (478.8 KB, 746x1024, 373:512, kira10.jpg)

File: b9509ef76b7ff41⋯.jpg (491.51 KB, 830x726, 415:363, kira_odo.jpg)

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500af1 No.9460

>>9407

>>9406

>>9417

Well done anons. My cock and I thank you.

>>9415

Yeah maybe a little. I haven't been able to find anything to suggest she actually is. I think it's just because you're used to her playing a space kike.


f772ae No.9494

File: a0b392f65ccb5c5⋯.gif (1019.67 KB, 500x270, 50:27, tumblr_mmtmy7FMiC1qat4duo1….gif)

Short haired butch, ew. Give me some Bev-puss.


500af1 No.9791

>>9494

A Bev is fine, too.




File: 6b41c7c879a291a⋯.jpg (144.04 KB, 880x500, 44:25, TAS.jpg)

921d4c No.9591[Reply]

Is TAS canon? Should it be?

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921d4c No.9726

It seems to me that after TAS was decanonized, it sort of became cool in a hipster sort of way for scriptwriters to include references to it. So it basically reentered canon that way.


0e8097 No.9736

tos made a lot of references to things which were not considered canon, really.

such as vulcan having been conquered.


f73f66 No.9760

File: 4b99ced51aab7f5⋯.png (131.94 KB, 403x604, 403:604, ClipboardImage.png)

I'm disappointed that they didn't do more animated series, because it would have allowed them to more easily make things weirder and more alien. I always felt like the way they talked about some species compared to the way they were displayed didn't always mesh. Klingons in my head seemed like they should be hulking space orkz with a samurai streak to them. So fucking huge and intimidating that the reason Worf was so special was specifically because he was so physically imposing that it would make him stand out moreso than any other alien species with crap on their heads.


df8fb8 No.9777

>>9682

So was pretty much every other western cartoon from that era, at least the ones made for television. Hanna-Barbera had their hands in everything, they even reused some TAS backgrounds for He Man. It didn't stop some of it from being good though


97166a No.9783

>>9723

It was her maiden name 'Grayson' specifically which is first established in TAS.




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40e0fb No.9687[Reply]

Does Rainn Wilson make a good Harry Mudd?

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7732e0 No.9725

>>9705

Anon wants us to have to get tested.


6e457f No.9771

>>9688

Are you paid by the post or something?


40e0fb No.9780

>>9771

Just trying to keep the board active…


3f4079 No.9782

File: 8333317b675f6f8⋯.jpg (75.39 KB, 323x341, 323:341, startrekspockhollaatcha.jpg)

>>9780

noble sentiment, anon, but you might consider posting some actual Star Trek.


66922f No.9786

There are too many STD threads as it is.




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513bb5 No.9751[Reply]

I'm making my way through DS9 for the 2nd time and I just got through this episode. To me this has to be one of the biggest missed opportunities in all of Trek. You can't tell me that a long-term, seasonal plot with Tom Riker leading the Maquis wouldn't have been awesome instead of it being a one-off episode.

What other plots/characters did you find to be wasted?

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9a5e86 No.9768

Frankly it was already too much with O'Brien, and Worf's addition to the show was uncalled for and unbalanced the character relationships. I do anything to get that Worf screentime back and give it to Quark.


12e841 No.9769

>>9768

Worf seemed redundant. They already had Odo who filled the 'Worf' role.


7287ab No.9772

>>9751

>You can't tell me that a long-term, seasonal plot with Tom Riker leading the Maquis wouldn't have been awesome instead of it being a one-off episode.

I can imagine this wouldn't have been in the cards as it would've confused viewers (people who are just tuning in). They'd need to give Tom Riker an evil goatee like evil Spock from the Mirror universe.

That and it would've been expensive. Frakes would've wanted top billing and not cameo money and it probably would've felt too much like backtracking for the staff. It's one of the reasons why they deliberately didn't do borg or Q episodes in DS9 because they wanted to try newer episodes rather than just rehashes.


ba5814 No.9774

>>9772

alt-Riker could have worked as a 4 or 5 episode plot line at the end of some season. Maybe they could not do that in the 90s because everything had to be one off episodes. If DS9 was made today then it could have happened.


513bb5 No.9778

>>9772

Logistically, I completely understand why they wouldn't have been able to do it. I'm basically just starting a what-if thread for cool minor arcs that could have been expanded to something grander.

I guess another example would be the "Year of Hell" episode. That premise could have been an entire season.




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10e891 No.9744[Reply]

Commander Sisko?

I'm Dominion!

006908 No.9745

There’s like eight Doctors on Star Trek and you choose “Commander Sisko?”

>Dr Bashir, I’m just a simple tailor


090b82 No.9776

>>9745

>Not "Dr Bashir, I'm Obsidian Order"




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1bf3dc No.8287[Reply]

other thread autoanchored.

you want to know what REALLY bothers me about std? that it takes so much damn time for anything to happen. the main klingon speaks extra slow, his teeth are even more fucked up, and the scenes are always in klingon. commander nonbinary "my hair is the only thing straight about me" spends so fucking long outside the ship preparing to launch towards the unidentified sensor blip, we even get the full countdown. many long shots spent looking at things in near silence. an entire opening scene where the main characters violate the prime directive to save a tiny group of insect things followed by "let's walk in a giant circle in the desert."

this episode could have been an hour and given us more time for the follow up episode. speaking of, the actual episode runtime, including the opening title sequence, is 40 minutes. the show got shorter so they could run more commercials. what's already there is detritus enough, how long before an hour long episode is only 30 minutes of actual show?

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f32ca7 No.9763

>>9668

Of the relationships seen so far there's a Klingon female who cucked the albino Klingon, in addition to having an interspecial relationship with a human prisoner. Now the only human-human relationship is an interracial, same-sex couple. And also alluded to was another same-sex relationship between Lt. Stamets and the dead scientist who discovered the tardigrade. How did this race even perpetuate itself to the 2300s?

>>9692

The fact that it's still regarded as taboo (going by their reactions) is refreshing, I guess.


b97eb0 No.9764

File: 12167b8a8a8788f⋯.jpg (450.06 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, Q_encounter.jpg)

File: ba98f98ad046121⋯.jpg (131.38 KB, 443x624, 443:624, picard_bald_romulan.jpg)

>>9763

>Of the relationships seen so far there's a Klingon female who cucked the albino Klingon, in addition to having an interspecial relationship with a human prisoner.

The interspecial relationship with the human prisoner IS the albino Klingon, he's been genetically or surgically altered and assumed the identity of a lost Starfleet officer so that he can befriend Lorca and infiltrate Discovery, or did you really think the Klingons were so incompetent as to allow them to escape so easily?


b97eb0 No.9765

File: 0628d7495833684⋯.png (671 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, avery_brooks_ruins_klingon….png)

>>9764

… and the female Klingon is from the house of spies remember, I don't think they walk around looking like Klingons everywhere they infiltrate


f32ca7 No.9766

>>9764

Fair enough but a pretty bland twist, if true.

I can overlook the pandering, I guess more fundamentally the problem is that there's nothing to root for here, no one to care about, no central underlying quest. The only characters worth rooting for are Saru and the captain. But they're both supporting cast. Michael Burnham doesn't appear to have any likeable character traits, she's like this personality-less test-tube liberal wet dream of an analytically-minded black woman, whereas she seems to have some kind of mixed race Elliot Roger thing going on when it comes to her interpersonal relationships. You don't involuntarily root for shitty people just because they had some clever insights and exhibit scientific curiosity.


a36181 No.9770

>>8746

>It's been stated by the writers that T'Kuvma's ship is a special case.

So translation: They had no fucking idea what they were talking about, Star trek fans called them out on it, so they stated 'oh, well these guys are different.'




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d1519a No.9420[Reply]

>Hey captain Kuck, can you do that with your ship?

Weird things that certain ships can do in Star Trek.

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a7a450 No.9541

File: 1001eb093419c89⋯.gif (997.71 KB, 300x300, 1:1, 1464307701123.gif)

>>9420

>>9429

I sincerely hope this shit gets canceled before they can properly link it to TOS. At least then, it will be forever contained in the (((Kelvin timeline))).


98cca0 No.9568

>>9533

SJWs cannot create, Anon, they can only copy and twist. Here's a mental exercise: Try to write a short story, but imagine you have 20-30 SJWs behind you who will taser your balls for hours if you write anything 'problematic'. See if you can write anything decent.


533c21 No.9590

>>9420

Wouldn't that completely ruin the artificial gravity?

>>9532

He goes literal spaghetti when he's nervous or sensing danger.


3c156a No.9708

File: 090313afe3b8864⋯.jpeg (54.45 KB, 640x480, 4:3, omg-it-spins[1].jpeg)


86f863 No.9761

>>9590

>He goes literal spaghetti when he's nervous or sensing danger.

What a useful race of beings to have on your crew when you're going to fight a war against the Klingorks.




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305495 No.2170[Reply]

Space Libertarians vs Space Communists

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c4ed96 No.9433

>>2722

Well, they probably have almost unlimited energy. You can't replicate dilithium but you can replicate uranium and plutonium. Just set up a chamber to use that and spent dilithium for recrystalization and you can go to town for quite some time. Especially in the TNG era, Spock could get a system working fast in a TMP-era Bird of Prey so with 24th century tech it wouldn't be much trouble.


308b7a No.9434

>>4606

They got scooped up by a bigger company, but they've been on life support ever since the Hulkster slammed them.


d79f78 No.9441

>>4606

They belong to Univision now.


65cc54 No.9623

>>2705

IIRC, cargo transporters have a lower resolution, so it's not advisable to transport something alive through them. You can in an emergency, when it's a choice between certain death and potential brain or cell damage.


6da5ed No.9758

>>4614

Maybe if the bottom ship was in the Mirror Universe.




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