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Old 10-03-2005, 01:09 PM   #1
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Any other trek fans on here? I'm mainly a Next Gen fan, and I like some of the original series.

The Voyage Home is such a great movie too.
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I kinda lost interest after the first series petered out..... didn't really dig the movies and the offshoot tv series thing didn't float my boat... BUT.... KIRK ROCKS!!!

"Live long and prosper"

Wrath of Khan was pretty good.....
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I like to catch reruns of DS9 and Next Gen. in the afternoons
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Can't go wrong with the original. I wish the Sci-Fi channel will play them again.
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I love the original as well....always get a good laugh at Shatner's over-acting
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Old 10-04-2005, 12:05 PM   #6
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He's NO DeNiro....

but THAT'S his charm, how many actors can have so many bad performances AND be set as the benchmark of bad acting?

I'd love to see him interviewed on Inside the Actor's Studio by James Lipton.
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KHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I'm a big Next Gen fan, and I love all the movies except number 5

I want to find Geordi's visor, and wear it around to mess with people
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Old 10-04-2005, 08:09 PM   #8
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I have a Motorola Razr and it reminds of the old communicators. When ever I flip it open I wanna say, "Kirk to Enterprise..."


On another note, the only series I didn't really get into was Enterprise...by the time this one aired, I had had enough of the spin-offs for a while.
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Yea. Actually on the topic of Star Trek technology. I saw a segment on the news the other night that dealt with the current development of needless needles. And they bear a striking resemblence to the hyposprays in TNG.
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