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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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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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bb5be0 No.25092

Sent Q, new poll here:

http://poal.me/8sd081




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77791a No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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279005 No.25101

File: 34c6cd3f1c888b1⋯.gif (116.42 KB, 300x100, 3:1, nope.gif)




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abec7a No.24502[Reply]

Hey guys you were nominated for 8chan cup.

If you will do the following:

Figure out an emblem

Decide your team members

Give me your goal horn

Give me your Anthem

When you've got some stuff deicded post your emblem in a thread for /strek/ on >>>/8cup/ before wednesday. Doesn't have to be your final emblem, just one that represents your board.

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0063f8 No.24594

>>24592

I did that two days ago, but forgot to link it here.

>>>/8cup/492


d4501f No.24621

The anthem should be something meaningful, inspirational and swole.

Also it should definitely Challenge the rock!


fcd3fa No.25144

Hey. So since you guys made it into the cup I need you guys to give me a commentator.

Itll be the same style and format that I did with Swolecard, so you can pick anyone you want to commentary


fcd3fa No.25145

Also dont forget 8cup is IN

2 DAYS

7pm EST


3de98b No.25147

>>25144

I'd love Dathon to do it.

>Dukat, his body offside

>O'Brien and Swolecard at the Podium

>Alaimo and Steven Gerrard on the grass

Some shit like that.




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7d6d36 No.25046[Reply]

I thought we gonna have a thread like this. Buckle up for my hot takes:

- most of the dialog on ST is really clumsy and I find this to be irksome. While there are certainly good monologs, dual exchanges in ST always feel awkward and awfully infantile. It's like every character is constantly in exposition mode and the audience is never required to pick up on clues.

- Let's be honest, besides very fee exceptions like "The Visitor" most of the non-story episodes of DS9 are a snoozefest and filler. There is also zero exploration despite the station being situated next to a wormhole carrying them to the other end of the galaxy.

- despite being a boring movie, ST:TMP was the most Trekish movie, especially with its aesthetic.

- there is never going to be another "real" Trek series, ever. DS9 and even VOY despite its flaws were the last ones. This is because of the industry. Shows these days are all about "personal drama", superficial core issues, Chinese fortune cookie wisdoms in dialog form, massive pressure to have the ratings after season 1, constant SJW quota fullfullment, fast pace so the consumerist audience doesn't get bored. The only chance ever for another decent Trek series would be a completely independent project, non-profit, with crowdfunding. However, you'd catch Aids nonetheless due to the retarded Trekkie community, which would have the main influence over the show.

- post-First Contact uniforms are the best ones. DS9 would be way more enjoyable from the beginning if Avery Brooks shaved his head and got that uniform from the beginning.

- Also, Avery Brooks is a horrible actor.

- despite being left-liberal in tone, there are plenty of episodes that are quite American with neoconservative undertones. In the Pale Moonlight is basically a justification for a false flag to start a war. Old Klingons resemble the Japanese. ST VI was about the end of the Cold War with the Klangs selling out their own country for a Pizza Hut like Gorbachev.

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7c00b8 No.25100

>>25046

I only ever played the ST games, never seen a series but I believe that gives me an appreciation for ST and I can see how Jar-Jar screwed it up with his movies and lens-flare.


555dd1 No.25102

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>>25076

I was thinking more of his ego and the production side, but then again i'd imagine he'd have gotten a lot of deference at that point. It would be impossible to get too much William Shatner as a recurring guest, though, and I suspect i'd would have been easy for them to write for him as well.

Most interactions could be easy to figure out.. even the other recurring characters like Guinan and Q… I wonder about Kirk+Riker, though… Riker is basically Decker w/ moderate chronic depression minus the "you're in my chair" power struggle. I suppose the writers could just as easily have them ignore each other for the most part.


859c73 No.25105

File: cee9fe400eb309b⋯.jpg (44.05 KB, 640x480, 4:3, TAS.jpg)

TAS is infinitely better than TOS. Despite the limitations of the animation and small cast, the stories are more interesting, the episode length is better and there is far more world-building and input from alien races.


f85ebe No.25106

>>25105

>TAS is infinitely better than TOS

Just recently started, only two episodes in, but I agree, was really surprised by the Trekkiness of it all, was expecting a kid's show, but it's anything but… so far.


f891da No.25146

>>25062

Except there was. The Organian-imposed treaty created the Klingon Neutral Zone.




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a8e7f0 No.24905[Reply]

I'm watching DS9 at the moment and it really pisses me off how close this show is to being a masterpiece. Every time I watch a couple of good episodes in succession I think "Okay NOW the show gets really good," but then I'm interrupted with a shitty Bajoran episode. Why did the show have to center around these lame ass aliens and their gay religion? If the Prophets are really that great, they wouldn't have let the Cardassians occupy Bajor. There is not one likeable Bajoran in the entire series, and don't even get me started on this cunt. It could have just been about the Dominion, Klingons, Cardassians, and the Maquis and the show would have been fine.

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69d121 No.25139

What I always found silly was how the Prophets were supposed to be this grand and powerful quasi-divine force when the Q and hundreds of energy based species like the Organians existed. That alien race that turned Barclay into a supercomputer was far more impressive than the Prophets.


c692bf No.25140

>>25139

TOS and TNG meet quasi-godlike creatures on a weekly basis, which are all never mentioned again. Which makes sense, because overpowered entities are always a problem to comprehensively write about, that's why they made Q so silly.

But yeah, compared to the god of week or a being that can destroy entire solar systems with a single thought are far more impressive than a bunch of aliens dislodged from space-time in a wormhole. But I never cared for such uber-creatures anyway, because too quickly they become a plot device/deus ex machina.


c692bf No.25141

I mean, the prophets did became a deus ex machina when they crushed the Dominion fleet, but to be fair this was the only incident when they used higher powers/a plot device to defeat the Dominion, the rest of the war drags out quite conventionally.

Really gotta say that the writers did know what they were doing with the Dominion War. There was no "off-trigger" on the villain, no Frodo throwing a ring into the fire behind enemy lines, just a classic war where the Feds manage to win because they thwart the Dominion attempts to gain allies in the Alpha Quadrant. That was actually quite refreshing.


8d5812 No.25142

>>25141

There was an off trigger. Odo and the female linked and it was over. She was ready to keep fighting.


8c54fb No.25143

>>25140

>But I never cared for such uber-creatures anyway, because too quickly they become a plot device/deus ex machina.

Why is deus ex machina considered a negative? It’s a plot device. The Odyssey uses it, as does the Iliad.




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c2505e No.21905[Reply]

Looks like Picardo is returning and is going to have more screentime. Also why have we been ignoring this?

http://archive.fo/dVNYo

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adcdbe No.25111

File: 7052408578f753d⋯.png (228.88 KB, 796x858, 398:429, barclay.png)

>>25099

>Alara's actress has joined another show and might be shelved/killed off while they bring in that new acress as another security officer

Aww. Hope the new actress is good, at least.


d41ba1 No.25112

>>25111 (checked)

Assuming it's still the actress seen in >>23816, I'd say she's good. Not the overwhelming cute of Alara but still very easy on the eyes.


029e82 No.25114

File: 1cb221d01c79776⋯.jpg (102.92 KB, 600x801, 200:267, Dwayne-Johnson-The-Rock-3.jpg)

>>25111

The Rock was running for politics before last week, when he said he's going back to acting. Right around the time Halston Sage said she's quitting Orville…


e7d86c No.25136

>>25114

God, if only


e7d86c No.25137

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6afab7 No.23804[Reply]

Ok, /strek/, I just took your advice and watched Voyager. FUCK YOU THAT WAS AWFUL. Anyone who dares to like this flash-frozen reconstituted microwave bullshit should keep their shitty opinions contained in other fandoms of a higher cringe factor such as Farscape, you raving lunatics. I'd rather eat Neelix's food than watch this shit over again in the future and that's a fact.

>start episode

<oh yeah hahha lol you remember what that one guy did

<yeah I did it was really funny and happened off camera

>but aren't we going to see that?

<oh hold on about that off camera stuff, we've got the problem of the day now on our hands

>wtf?

<oh yeah you remember that crewman who DIED on the away mission with me

>uh, which one?

<Oh yeah it was Ensign Plotdevice, that was so sad. Good thing she's back from the dead now!

>are you fucking kidding me? she didn't even exist up until this episode and we're supposed to feel for her?

FUCK OFF WITH THIS SHIT. Oh and Endgame was a piece of shit too. The entire seven seasons are a complete waste of time, and unlike TNG I hated this show for wasting my time. Don't ever compare TNG to Voyager again, they may have similar "dynamics" such as an insistence on "problem of the day" episodes, but Voyager unfortunately mistook "quality" for "throwing money at costumes and set design" instead of writing a good fucking show.

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493f8f No.25129

File: aa761745800a390⋯.png (122.05 KB, 285x285, 1:1, asdasdas.png)

>>23995

>Skin of Evil: Bad

>Samaritan Snare: Not Bad

>Q Who and Both Worlds Pt1: Not Great

>any TNG episode with Troi's mom: Not Bad

>complaining about Bev not being a dyke in The Host

>second half of S7 DS9: All Good


b2cd3e No.25130

>farscape

>bad

I bet you think starhunter was bad too huh faggot i bet you think lexx was bad you fucking i bet you think firefly was gayfagot i will fucking i bet yo


803537 No.25131

>>23811

>Which VOY episode is the worst?

Twisted & Threshold


6f588b No.25134

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>23804

>Vid related contains all the Voyager anyone needs to watch.

By the way, OP, if you're taking suggestions on strek related topics have you tried watching Enterprise whilst punching yourself repeatedly in the balls? It really enhances the experience.


d575ec No.25135

>>24047

Voyager was better than nuBSG, so even if it was an episodic shit show with awful characters it was still better than RDM’s trainwreck.




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2b40eb No.23956[Reply]

I haven't kept up with trek shit for about 2 fucking decades, but still have a bit of a soft spot for this shit. Something I've had an interest in lately is early earth tech from the Star Trek universe. Ships and politics and general living and shit before Kirk. Mainly the tech though.

>inb4 "Enterprise" series

No, fuck You. That show sucked dick and felt nothing like the old-tech trek I had hoped for back in the day. Hell, it felt nothing like Trek period. But that's a rant for another time

I've been looking for canon info on old Starfleet or pre-Starfleet ships n' shit, but with all of the revisionist fiction out there now (STD, JJverse), it's getting hard to pin things down. Is there just not a lot of "old times" info for the Earth forces in the Trek universe? Most of what's out there is fan-fiction.

Old-tech Strek dump thread, I guess.

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1671f6 No.25003

File: 742925d53cbcbea⋯.jpg (101.5 KB, 736x1112, 92:139, 3a87742955f47291577dbb3485….jpg)

>>24993

interestingly, this always played-in to this lampshady and admittedly retarded headcanon theory i've nursed about a galactic engineer's guild / space hogwarts for some technology… mostly starships.. the purpose of which is to standardize everything for member races (Human/Starfleet, Vulcan, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian, etc.) which explains why so much of the technology is basically the same and characters often easily figure out how to operate them without necessarily knowing the local language. Operating a starship or station's systems is probably as complicated as playing a 2D smart phone game. The challenge being in when and why you should do something, not necessarily how.


e2addf No.25040

>>24992

> Earth 2

the main flaw Earth 2 had was that it tried to be space "Lost" rather than a space "little house on the prairie". Having them crash without most of their gear and getting forced to roam around as nomads was a bad move. It got way too tiresome as a premise. Having the cast land then set up a some what stable colony and getting some false feeling of safety before the weird and dangerous shit started happening would have made for stronger plots.

Also the twist that the planet was actually Space Australia where earth had once dumped some criminals but somehow no record of that existed when they decided to send a colony ship to the place was retarded.


8ff3ea No.25087

>>24992

Terra Nova wasn't exactly terribad, nor amazing. Just kind of ok.

For one thing they had a colonel Quaritch leading the camp, and they allow him to be in the right, in story, all the way. Makes up for the boring main character family.

I will grant though, that the overarcing plot had some of the most mindnumbing dumb baddies that we almost never see with one of the dumbest schemes ever.

>Lets steal resources from the past! Surely this could never backfire in any way.


2d5a0a No.25089

>>25087

<Lets steal resources from the past! Surely this could never backfire in any way.

Yeah, if a concept shows up as the punchline of a joke in Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, it's safe to say it's a stupid idea.


2217a8 No.25132

>>25089

It's not that bad when it's the whole "time traveling merchant steals valuable old stuff right before natural disasters hit" I think both Doctor Who and the Orville has used that plot.




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b956ce No.24906[Reply]

So is the Enterprise a military vessel or just like the surgeon general, they have a military structure but are just scientists?

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199af6 No.25109

>>25108

>hurr durr - i cant into CLI

t. reddit


06d970 No.25116

File: fba450b7ec4170a⋯.jpeg (107.16 KB, 1200x960, 5:4, fba450b7ec4170a1e7f57cace….jpeg)

>>25108

>I'm well fucking aware of what youtube-dl does, I'm saying it's a normie-tier site and inferior to Hooktube.

It's not a fucking website. It's a fucking computer program. It can be used with hooktube.


199af6 No.25119

File: 944bd73f453625e⋯.jpg (236.91 KB, 1458x1080, 27:20, pakledittor.jpg)


06d970 No.25126

>>25108

Hooktube is gone now anyway. Google's lawyers saw to that. Now nu-hooktube is just a youtube embed.


79d49e No.25128

>>25109

>>25116

>>25119

>>25126

Yeah I fucked up. My bad.




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8fb3fd No.22723[Reply]

Production company Paramount is in talks with S.J. Clarkson to direct the fourth installment in the rebooted film series starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto.

Clarkson directed episodes from TV series including "Dexter," "Bates Motel" and "Orange is the New Black," as well as the Marvel-based series "Jessica Jones" and "The Defenders."

http://www.dw.com/en/star-trek-4-to-be-directed-by-a-woman-for-the-first-time-sj-clarkson/a-43563117

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901e98 No.25117

Star Trek was always cucked New Society globalist claptrap


901e98 No.25118

>>25117

*Great Society


dd5c39 No.25123

>>23626

>Dying

One of the lucky ones tbh.


b88ab5 No.25125

>>23337

Didn't Quark go trans in that one episode of DS:9? Reported for tranniephobia!


cc80e0 No.25127

>>22726

>dexter

>three of the worst episodes i remember

Never heard of bates motel

>bull dykes in prison : a softcore lesbo episodical

>womyn stronk da series

Never heard of defenders.




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0e8194 No.24437[Reply]

Old one is at the Bump Limit: >>130

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67ee8c No.24459

You can add up to five files per post here, cuckchan refugee.


5c06c6 No.24461

>>24456

Also if someone wants a nice

>plotarmor.webm

, there's a line in S2E11 about how fate protects "little children, old men, and ships named Enterprise". Can't webbum myself as I'm on my laptop and my offline stash of episodes is on my desktop computer in storage.


0e8194 No.24484

File: 29007ce784ccf20⋯.webm (4.61 MB, 960x720, 4:3, Star Trek Klingon - Secre….webm)

>>24459

Nigger I was uploading them as I was encoding them.


0e8194 No.24584

File: a1f2b0688694764⋯.webm (7.93 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Gowron Got Old.webm)

webm says it all


395ff7 No.25124

>>24584

That is the best jabberwocky recital I have ever witnessed




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67c83c No.25067[Reply]

When you realize you have been posting to /strek/ instead of /startrek/

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952606 No.25081

>>25067

>not even posting on >>>/trek/

no honor confirmed


0e06df No.25113

File: a882d39548e8dc7⋯.gif (1.91 MB, 196x300, 49:75, 31d9d9e3ec64cd7533babdbc30….gif)


b76ef0 No.25120

>>25113

high quality loli sorcery right here


0def3b No.25121

>>25120

Neelix, pls.


b76ef0 No.25122

>>25121

I have never made the mistake of watching Voyager so I don't understand this beyond knowing it's a meme, I am one of the smart ones. Imagine actually watching a show where a woman is in charge, who could suspend their disbelief so recklessly?




466a79 No.23742[Reply]

In the episode "Data's Day", when he and Dr. Crusher on the holodeck dancing, Dr. Crusher is called away. Data requests a new dance partner from the computer. Who played that part? I've been researching this off and on all day and there is no reference to her anywhere. She seems kind of familiar like I have seen her in other episodes as a background character. It's driving me nuts because I can't figure out who she is.

466a79 No.23743

Never mind. I found it. Her name is Jane Sibbett. There's no mention of her TNG work or any other appearances in other Star Trek venues.


2d754a No.23843

bumping gay thread because fuck you guys


391f21 No.23876

>>23743

heyyy it's the chick from Herman's Head, I never realized

coulda sworn she had done nudity but Bing says no, oh well


786193 No.23947

>>23843

Fuck you, leatherman.


7d28e7 No.25110

File: f131768d55351a0⋯.jpg (10.17 KB, 255x230, 51:46, 0d622ff8f049de0a8af91a2428….jpg)

That was a super good episode.

One of my favs




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4e3800 No.3803[Reply]

I was always curious about the Romulans in regards to their motives and beliefs. There is a lot of lore surrounding them but almost nothing is really known. They don't seem to be concerned with others posing a threat to them although the mention of Garak caused a nervous twitch from a Tal-Shiar Sub-Commander Just how powerful are the Romulans really?

It always seemed they were all show but no performance; that while their ships TNG era had powerful weapons and strongly shielded they had no speed and were relatively fragile. Almost like they were compensating for something.

They also felt rather mysterious without actually being rather too edgy which really is rare to do all things considered.

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538dba No.21806

>>3825

>she disappeared

all part of the mystery..


b1a8b7 No.21929

>>21806

Abducted by Kirk when they went back in time to save the Tribbles and is now taking it hard up the butt in Kirk's alien waifu harem.


0b2e38 No.24965

File: 7cb88de1a50be1f⋯.webm (467.4 KB, 768x576, 4:3, Romulan Disappoint.webm)

I think I need to go through each DS9 episode and make clips of Romulans.


21078e No.25071

File: 2e23045f8520f73⋯.jpg (122.87 KB, 636x800, 159:200, futurism.jpg)

>>19620

>Are impressionists Jews?

no they were mostly western europeans when the movement began. the thing is, the impressionists didnt abandon all technique, and sense of aesthetic. they merely adjusted it. with the introduction of cameras, less focus began to be placed on making things photo-realistic, and more effort was focused around expression in an image with various techniques (something the art world had been inching towards for centuries, after the enlightenment era masters had already perfected perspective). however, most of these departures were not too radical, and are still recognizable (stark contrast to postmodernists). a way i like to differentiate the two is that impressionists took a detour from the regularly accepted method, while the more abstract artists like pollack completely abandoned it.

the thing is that impressionism DID eventually lead the way to more abstract styles (as people became more fascinated w expression via art). but unlike postmodernism, it was an organic movement that arose out of relative stagnation in the art world (in terms of actual advancement of style/technique/expression) for a while. im sure many of you are familiar w the funded, manufactured psyop that was postmodernism, so i wont bother to elaborate.

but impressionism eventually led to the surrealists as well as the futurists. both were (imo) very interesting periods for art. but with the shift in artistic focus away from technique somewhat, and more towards expression, politics ended up getting involved (not to mention it was the turn of the century leading into WWI). for the most part, the surrealists were hardline socialists, and futurists were hardline fascists. apparantly dali was kicked out of the surrealist movement by the commiefags for being close friends with francisco franco. pretty funny.

sad part is (as i much prefer futurism) most of the futurists died in WWI as they, with their staunch nationalism, jumped to the front of the line when it was time to enlist. so that whole movement kind of came to an end by default

polite sagePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


aabd61 No.25107

>>25071

Thank you for the enlightening post.




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d8350c No.24995[Reply]

>the 56% meme is even true in Star Trek

How does this make you feel?

Seriously though, what the fuck is up with this episode? Why were Worf and I the only ones concerned about this weird ass baby that showed up in Troi overnight? People really just let this kid run around alone with Troi all the time, mostly unsupervised? That seems dangerously irresponsible.

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a7521b No.25002

File: 675fdda31abe6c2⋯.jpg (98.42 KB, 750x440, 75:44, trip-checks.jpg)

>>24999

>>25000

trips confirm TNG writers were often stupid.


d8350c No.25024

>>25000

>>25002

Do I even need to bring up how retarded the death penalty planet is? I'm not saying the death penalty is always wrong, but it sure is when that's the only law you have. A lot of TNG feels like the writers are trying too hard to send their message home and it comes off as kind of arrogant and childish.


b22c3a No.25028

>>25024

>A lot of TNG feels like the writers are trying too hard to send their message home and it comes off as kind of arrogant and childish.

TNG's my favourite, but you're not wrong.


d2fbab No.25039

File: 333613b79646194⋯.jpg (691.3 KB, 1456x1080, 182:135, Kolrami_describes_battle_s….jpg)

>>25024

Oh, yeah, that episode. OTOH in that instance I can't complain because it's Wesley. Anyway, another stupid bit. Season 2 again, a twofer really:

>"Yes I know the Borg are coming to Federation space and are pretty invincible, but we really don't want to do these military tests because this is a ship of peace despite the phaser banks and torpedo tubes"

This is pretty self-explanatory, they basically went up against some fucker so powerful only Q fixed it and they are bitching about preparing for it. They even complain about the guy who they send over to train him despite is primary issue just being slightly autistic. Actually they seem as concerned about the Borg as they are about beating said trainer in fucking video games.


986faf No.25064

>>24995

>Why were Worf and I the only ones concerned

You're going to be asking yourself that question an awful lot. People joke about Worf being ineffectual, but he's frequently the most right-minded character around. Something like half the problems faced by the Enterprise-D could have been avoided or more swiftly resolved if the rest of the bridge crew actually took the common-sense precautions that Worf was constantly recommending.




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