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7th Sep '17 8:13:53 PM AFP
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--> '''Picard''': He's James T. Kirk. Don't you read history?

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--> '''Picard''': He's James T. Kirk. [[LivingLegend Don't you read history? history?]]
12th Jun '17 2:55:29 PM Scifimaster92
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*** When you think about it, really think about it. In the end a bridge drop was really the most appropriate way for Kirk to go in the grand scheme. I mean what caused the Bridge Drop scene? Kirk risking his life to protect and preserver the lives of innocents. Basically, what he'd been doing for his entire tenure in Starfleet. So in the end, DroppedABridgeOnHim actually ''is'' a dignified way to go, well at least for Kirk.

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*** When you think about it, really think about it. In the end a bridge drop was really the most appropriate way for Kirk to go in the grand scheme. I mean what caused the Bridge Drop scene? Kirk risking his life to protect and preserver preserve the lives of innocents. Basically, what he'd been doing for his entire tenure in Starfleet. So in the end, DroppedABridgeOnHim actually ''is'' a dignified way to go, well at least for Kirk.
1st Mar '17 3:21:35 PM StarTropes
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* The fandom will probably [[NeverLiveItDown never let her forget it,]] but the fact that Deanna Troi was at the helm when the Enterprise saucer went down, not in a safe and planned descent but a sudden jolt knocking them out of space and down to the planet below, something that was untested and probably considered something of a worst case scenario, and made through with only light casualties (an exact number isn't given, but the novelization said seventeen, out of a crew of over one thousand) is a pretty impressive feat.

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* The fandom will probably [[NeverLiveItDown never let her forget it,]] but the fact that Deanna Troi was at the helm when the Enterprise saucer went down, not in a safe and planned descent but a sudden jolt knocking them out of space and down to the planet below, something that was untested and probably considered something of a worst case scenario, and made through with only light casualties (an exact number isn't given, but the novelization said seventeen, out of a crew of over one thousand) is a pretty impressive feat. (Technical manuals confirm that this is, in fact, a last-ditch effort to save the crew--and even if that part is successful, the saucer is not expected to be salvageable afterwards.)
16th Nov '16 6:15:34 AM darkling183
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* The Sisters get one, using Geordi as a living camera. They'd bluffed the ''Enterprise'' with a nanomachine in his heart (to make them think ''that'' was the trap), and instead got the shield frequency of the ''Enterprise''.

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* The Sisters Duras sisters get one, using Geordi as a living camera. They'd bluffed the ''Enterprise'' with a nanomachine in his heart (to make them think ''that'' was the trap), and instead got camera to obtain the shield frequency of the ''Enterprise''.
12th Oct '16 5:52:53 AM firejewel
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Their faces say it all.

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** Their faces say it all.
13th Aug '16 5:03:34 AM Agent_B
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*** Kirk could have died in interphase on the USS Defiant. He could have died in a wrestling math with a Gorn. He could have blown to pieces by a 90s dictator. Instead, he died saving 230 million people.

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*** Kirk could have died in interphase on the USS Defiant. He could have died in a wrestling math match with a Gorn. He could have blown to pieces by a 90s dictator. Instead, he died saving 230 million people.
30th Mar '16 10:59:59 AM AnotherGuy
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\n* The Sisters get one, using Geordi as a living camera. They'd bluffed the ''Enterprise'' with a nanomachine in his heart (to make them think ''that'' was the trap), and instead got the shield frequency of the ''Enterprise''.

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12th Feb '16 8:22:31 AM Darth_Rasputin32898
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*** Kirk could have died in interphase on the USS Defiant. He could have died in a wrestling math with a Gorn. He could have blown to pieces by a 90s dictator. Instead, he died saving 230 million people.
18th Jan '16 5:53:11 PM Scarab
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** More than imrpessive when you consider that she's the ''ship's counsellor''. Yes, she's had training to be consdiered the Rank of Commander, but she's not a pilot and every single time we've seen her in these kind of situations (''Disaster'', ''Face of the Enemy''), she's obviously felt out of her depth- and yet always manages to pull through with sheer willpower.

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** More than imrpessive impressive when you consider that she's the ''ship's counsellor''. Yes, she's had training to be consdiered considered the Rank of Commander, but she's not a pilot and every single time we've seen her in these kind of situations (''Disaster'', ''Face of the Enemy''), she's obviously felt out of her depth- and yet always manages to pull through with sheer willpower.
18th Jan '16 5:52:50 PM Scarab
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** More than imrpessive when you consider that she's the ''ship's counsellor''. Yes, she's had training to be consdiered the Rank of Commander, but she's not a pilot and every single time we've seen her in these kind of situations (''Disaster'', ''Face of the Enemy''), she's obviously felt out of her depth- and yet always manages to pull through with sheer willpower.
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