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21st Feb '17 1:17:16 PM sarysa
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'''Jake''': It means... *''{{Beat}}''* ... it means, [[MathematiciansAnswer we don't need money!]]



'''Jake''': It means... *''{{Beat}}''* ... it means, [[MathematiciansAnswer we don't need money!]]
21st Feb '17 1:16:38 PM sarysa
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** Played straight in the TOS episode ''The Trouble With Tribbles'', as Uhura casually makes an offer to purchase a tribble from a Federation citizen on a Federation station.
21st Feb '17 6:16:43 AM sarysa
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness
** The most obvious "weirdness" is their early appearance, which consisted mainly of a spray tan and [[GoodHairEvilHair evil hair]].
** When they are [[Recap/StarTrekS1E26ErrandOfMercy first introduced]], they are described as a military dictatorship, with conquered planets being strictly controlled and dialogue even suggested the presence of a SecretPolice to ensure loyalty and compliance. Later works softened the Empire as a collection of mostly autonomous satellite planets, and the SecretPolice concept (along with others exclusive to Errand of Mercy) was instead pushed onto the Romulans as the Tal Shiar.
** Klingon women were far more passive in the original series. In later installments, the role of women in Klingon society was considerably more egalitarian, as Klingon mythology included Kahless and his mate Lukara slaying 500 warriors together.
9th Feb '17 2:33:58 PM Gosicrystal
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'''Spock:''' I [[NoExceptYes exaggerated]].

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'''Spock:''' I [[NoExceptYes [[BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord exaggerated]].
5th Feb '17 6:15:45 PM blastermax12
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[[folder:Edosian]]

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* CanonImmigrant: While they have yet made a appearance in live action television or films, In the ''Literature/StarTrekTitan'' novels, Lieutenant Kershu, an Edosian female, serves as a nurse aboard the USS Titan.

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* CanonImmigrant: While they have yet made a appearance in live action television or films, In they have a much bigger role in the ''Literature/StarTrekTitan'' novels, Lieutenant Kershu, an Edosian female, serves as a nurse aboard the USS Titan.expanded universe
3rd Feb '17 11:11:11 AM Scorntex
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* DamnedByFaintPraise: Probably the nicest thing anyone's said about the Q is Guinan's comment that ''some'' of the Q are ''almost'' respectable.


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* SmugSuper: As Lady Q informs B'lanna during a snark-off, the Q attitude about themselves isn't a God Complex, it's a ''fact''. They are that powerful (though it is worth noting Lady Q's pretty smug even by their standards).
28th Jan '17 5:25:12 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** The ''Shri-tal'' is normally read to family members, but there are exceptions: Legate Ghemor told his secrets to Kira Nerys, whom he considered a surrogate daughter, even though she was Bajoran. ("Ties of Blood and Water") Garak also allowed a human, Dr. Bashir, to be present during his father's dying breaths, although his father had gone blind and assumed that they were alone.

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** The ''Shri-tal'' is normally read to family members, but there are exceptions: Legate Ghemor told his secrets to Kira Nerys, whom he considered a surrogate daughter, even though she was Bajoran. ("Ties of Blood and Water") Garak also allowed a human, Dr. Bashir, to be present during his father's dying breaths, although his father had gone blind and assumed that they were alone.alone (plus all his enemies were already dead).
19th Jan '17 9:44:15 AM blastermax12
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** It should be noted however that the humand and neanderthals thing was consider a good analogy by Phlox, he never stated it was 100 accurate one.
11th Jan '17 7:51:29 AM Toadofsteel
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: First Omet'iklan cannot, for the life of him, explain why Sisko intervenes when a rogue Jem'Hadar was about to kill him, after Omet'iklan had previously threatened to kill Sisko.
11th Jan '17 6:19:21 AM Toadofsteel
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Klingons and Romulans once shared an alliance for a number of years. Big mistake. A number of disasters - including the Khitomer Massacre, the result of failed encroachments on Klingon colonies - led the Klingons to develop a deep-seated hatred for the Romulans. The Romulans are probably the species that Klingon society in general despises most of all. (TOS: "The Enterprise Incident"; TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Klingons and Romulans once shared an alliance for a number of years. Big mistake. A number of disasters - including the Khitomer Massacre, the result of failed encroachments on Klingon colonies - led the Klingons to develop a deep-seated hatred for the Romulans. The Romulans are probably the species that Klingon society in general despises most of all. (TOS: "The Enterprise Incident"; TNG: "The Neutral Zone")Zone") They hate the Romulans so much that a single Federation starship coming to their aid against a Romulan attack meant the difference between a lasting friendship and all-out war with the Federation. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")
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