- Dec 22, 2014
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- Wessex and Mercia
A handy timeline reference chart for every incarnation of Star Trek:
Well, that just proves that she's not that much of a Star Trek fan, I think.A friend of mine posted onto her faceybooky that she was going to spend Christmas day watching 'All the Star Trek films".
I pointed out that it would take quite some time, probably the best part of 2 days, and that's assuming that as soon as she gets up in the morning she starts watching them immediately and continues until bedtime, without breaks.
Her reply "???? There's only 3 though - the first one when Spocks mother gets killed when Vulcan is destroyed, then 'Into Darkness', and Star Trek Beyond???"
When I explained her error she was totally unaware of any of the preceding films. She was aware of older TV series, but not the films.
How is that?
I don't remember such a "weapon". There were wireheads who got addicted to electric current which went into their brains through a jack.Didn't he create a weapon which projects a ray which induces ... ah ... an orgasm?
Chekov phoned me at work one day. Well, Walter Koenig did! I was working for a TV magazine in the 1990s and we needed pictures of Walter Koenig. I can't remember how I contacted him, but he phoned me personally to give contact details of his agent. He was lovely and polite.
All episodes available as a very clear blu Ray release and depending on where you are the episodes are shown pretty frequently. For example in the U.K. they are shown on the Horror Channel, currently heading towards the end of season 2. The episode in question is season 1, episode 19.I was watching the following clip earlier - which came up from an unrelated UFO related search on YouTube - and it has revived memories of the original series, which I grew up with.
I was wondering about watching it again on Netflix, or perhaps a superior remastered quality available on Blu-Ray release?
Any advice much appreciated.
I need to know what happened next in this, long forgotten, episode!
Walter Koenig came to my local pub once!Chekov phoned me at work one day. Well, Walter Koenig did! I was working for a TV magazine in the 1990s and we needed pictures of Walter Koenig. I can't remember how I contacted him, but he phoned me personally to give contact details of his agent. He was lovely and polite.
This was in contrast to the famously litigious and quite angry Harlan Ellison who phoned the magazine I was working for to castigate it and who needed to be treated very delicately! It worked, though, and instead of us writing an apology or correction, Ellison ended up writing a piece for the magazine. Result!
That's definitely what I would love to see - remastered in Blu-Ray would be amazing!All episodes available as a very clear blu Ray release...