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5th Mar '17 5:55:01 PM HeraldAlberich
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Kirk and Spock. [[spoiler:Spock Prime goes to incredibly risky lengths in order to preserve the natural development of the galaxy's greatest bromance.]]
** Kirk and McCoy.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: HeterosexualLifePartners:
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Kirk and Spock. [[spoiler:Spock Prime goes to incredibly risky lengths in order to preserve the natural development of the galaxy's greatest bromance.]]
** Kirk and McCoy.[=McCoy=] become inseparable friends from the moment they meet, and are united in their dislike of Spock long before he befriends either of them.
21st Feb '17 12:24:15 PM Nicole_Ilieva
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** Kirk and McCoy.
5th Jan '17 5:45:51 AM SuperEquality07
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The first theatrical ''Star Trek'' film to feature any of the original characters in 15 years. Released a little over 6 years after ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'' of 2002 (the biggest gap between series films to date) from which it takes a major ToneShift and, believe it or not, to which it is also a loose StealthSequel.

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The first theatrical ''Star Trek'' film to feature any of the original characters in 15 years. Released nearly a little over 6 years whole decade after ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'' of 2002 (the biggest gap between series films to date) from which it takes a major ToneShift and, believe it or not, to which it is also a loose StealthSequel.
10th Nov '16 8:06:22 PM SuperEquality07
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The first theatrical ''Star Trek'' film to feature any of the original characters in 15 years. Released 7 years after ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'' (the biggest gap between series films to date) from which it takes a major ToneShift and, believe it or not, to which it is also a loose StealthSequel.

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The first theatrical ''Star Trek'' film to feature any of the original characters in 15 years. Released 7 a little over 6 years after ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'' of 2002 (the biggest gap between series films to date) from which it takes a major ToneShift and, believe it or not, to which it is also a loose StealthSequel.
10th Nov '16 5:06:59 AM tropeminer
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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who exists in a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.

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** Subverted.Ultimately averted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who exists in a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
8th Nov '16 7:11:26 PM Morgenthaler
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* BaldOfAwesome: Captain Robau's memetic {{badass}}ery is aided in large part by his awesomely hairless head.

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* BaldOfAwesome: Captain Robau's memetic {{badass}}ery badassery is aided in large part by his awesomely hairless head.



* BilingualBonus: When [[{{Badass}} Chekov]] (played by Russian-born Anton Yelchin) successfully transports falling Kirk and [[FanOfThePast Sulu]] to safety, he exclaims a little something in Russian, "Ё-моё!" or "Yo-moyo!", the closest English equivalent being "holey-moley!" (both in meaning and outdatedness). On the commentary track, Creator/JJAbrams claims to have been at a screening in Russia where the audience went nuts at this part.

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* BilingualBonus: When [[{{Badass}} Chekov]] Chekov (played by Russian-born Anton Yelchin) successfully transports falling Kirk and [[FanOfThePast Sulu]] to safety, he exclaims a little something in Russian, "Ё-моё!" or "Yo-moyo!", the closest English equivalent being "holey-moley!" (both in meaning and outdatedness). On the commentary track, Creator/JJAbrams claims to have been at a screening in Russia where the audience went nuts at this part.
4th Nov '16 8:46:46 PM tropeminer
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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who was formed by a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.

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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who was formed by exists in a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
4th Nov '16 8:45:24 PM tropeminer
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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://www.scificool.com/images/2012/04/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] formed by a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
** ''Star Trek'' has had extremely variant versions of what happens due to time travel: [[ScrewDestiny the past being altered]], [[YouCantFightFate the past never altering]] ([[YouAlreadyChangedThePast because by time traveling you did what you were supposed to do to begin with]]); the past being altered [[InSpiteOfANail but not in any real, significant way]]; or even the [[TheMultiverse creation of alternate continuities]] (such as in this case, or what happened in the TNG episode "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E15YesterdaysEnterprise Yesterday's Enterprise]]").

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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://www.scificool.com/images/2012/04/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.[[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who was formed by a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
** ''Star Trek'' has always had extremely variant versions of what happens due to time travel: [[ScrewDestiny the past being altered]], [[YouCantFightFate the past never altering]] ([[YouAlreadyChangedThePast because by time traveling you did what you were supposed to do to begin with]]); the past being altered [[InSpiteOfANail but not in any real, significant way]]; or even the [[TheMultiverse creation of alternate continuities]] (such as in this case, or what happened in the TNG episode "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E15YesterdaysEnterprise Yesterday's Enterprise]]").
4th Nov '16 8:45:24 PM tropeminer
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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://www.scificool.com/images/2012/04/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] formed by a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
** ''Star Trek'' has had extremely variant versions of what happens due to time travel: [[ScrewDestiny the past being altered]], [[YouCantFightFate the past never altering]] ([[YouAlreadyChangedThePast because by time traveling you did what you were supposed to do to begin with]]); the past being altered [[InSpiteOfANail but not in any real, significant way]]; or even the [[TheMultiverse creation of alternate continuities]] (such as in this case, or what happened in the TNG episode "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E15YesterdaysEnterprise Yesterday's Enterprise]]").

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** Subverted. One may think Spock Prime would have new memories of what his ''younger self just experienced''. Then again, he's the [[http://orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/mmwithemma.blogspot.com_.jpg Prime Reality version of Spock]] (hence his nickname), separate from the [[http://www.scificool.com/images/2012/04/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.[[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rrZmF3r07DE/UZ-aY6NXWeI/AAAAAAAAFDo/HNGBILLe0-E/s1600/Zachary-Quinto-in-Star-Trek-2009-Movie-Image.jpg New Alternate One]] who was formed by a new spacetime continuum branching off the original universe. Despite being a younger incarnation, whatever happens to New Spock would most likely not, in any way, ''physically'' affect Spock Prime whose only affected by the [[http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/File:STO_timeline_diagram.jpg original timestream]] (anything in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise before the 2009 reboot). The same principle applies to anyone and anything that exists past the timeline diverging event in 2233.
** ''Star Trek'' has always had extremely variant versions of what happens due to time travel: [[ScrewDestiny the past being altered]], [[YouCantFightFate the past never altering]] ([[YouAlreadyChangedThePast because by time traveling you did what you were supposed to do to begin with]]); the past being altered [[InSpiteOfANail but not in any real, significant way]]; or even the [[TheMultiverse creation of alternate continuities]] (such as in this case, or what happened in the TNG episode "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E15YesterdaysEnterprise Yesterday's Enterprise]]").
30th Sep '16 4:58:21 PM k410ren
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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The first of the ''Narada's'' crew to die (the one kicked onto an exhaust port by Sulu) is black.
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