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25th Oct '15 7:01:19 PM MetropolisGal2
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* The painting Spock has in his quarters represents "the expulsion from Eden", what he calls an "old Earth myth." It also represents his silent tribute to [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier his brother, Sybok, who searched for ShaKaRee.]]
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* The painting Spock has in his quarters represents "the expulsion from Eden", what he calls an "old Earth myth." It also represents his silent tribute to [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier his brother, Sybok, who searched for ShaKaRee.Sha Ka Ree.]]
25th Oct '15 5:27:43 PM MetropolisGal2
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* The painting Spock has in his quarters represents "the expulsion from Eden", what he calls an "old Earth myth." It also represents his silent tribute to [[StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier his brother, Sybok, who searched for ShaKaRee.]]
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* The painting Spock has in his quarters represents "the expulsion from Eden", what he calls an "old Earth myth." It also represents his silent tribute to [[StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier his brother, Sybok, who searched for ShaKaRee.]]
25th Oct '15 5:21:12 PM MetropolisGal2
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* The painting Spock has in his quarters represents "the expulsion from Eden", what he calls an "old Earth myth." It also represents his silent tribute to [[StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier his brother, Sybok, who searched for ShaKaRee.]]
12th Nov '14 4:55:08 PM ConcernedTroperNumberOne
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** In a strange example of [[EnforcedMethodActing]] done by the ''actor'' and not the director, Nichelle Nichols' apparent disgust upon closing the channel seems directed at Nick Meyer, rather than the Morska Listening Post.
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** In a strange example of [[EnforcedMethodActing]] EnforcedMethodActing done by the ''actor'' and not the director, Nichelle Nichols' apparent disgust upon closing the channel seems directed at Nick Meyer, rather than the Morska Listening Post.
12th Nov '14 4:54:45 PM ConcernedTroperNumberOne
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** Mostly, Meyer overruled NichelleNichols for RuleOfFunny
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** Mostly, Meyer overruled NichelleNichols for RuleOfFunnyRuleOfFunny ** In a strange example of [[EnforcedMethodActing]] done by the ''actor'' and not the director, Nichelle Nichols' apparent disgust upon closing the channel seems directed at Nick Meyer, rather than the Morska Listening Post.
17th Sep '14 3:16:39 AM SomeSortOfTroper
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* For ''years'', I never realized that the President in ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'' was blind. Suddenly, the opaque pair of glasses he wears when looking at the Operation Retrieve plans make sense: they're an early form of the VISOR. Also, when Kirk dives over the podium and knocks him out of the way of assassin fire, he'd have no idea who did it -- which is why Kirk says to him: "Kirk. ''Enterprise''." ** That one was actually more or less confirmed by [[WordOfGod Michael & Denise Okuda]] in the DVD text commentary for that movie -- he was at least intended to be blind originally.
2nd Jul '14 11:51:07 PM lorgskyegon
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** Look at the energy surrounding the two when they beam - it's red. That means they were transported to and from Kronos One by the hidden Bird of Prey.
23rd Mar '14 5:18:16 PM dspitzle
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A sentence got chopped apart, so I applied superglue.
* It hit this troper that this movie finally ties up the personal character storyline for Captain Kirk that was established in Wrath of Kahn. In [=WoK=], Kirk is lamenting his age and growing old, something that [=McCoy=] chastises him for, encouraging him to be like his younger self before he truly becomes an antique. erally accepting the best times of his Kirk complains about feeling old, useless, and genlife are behind him. Certain events bring Kirk to feel rejuvenated and youthful enough to once again take up the captaincy of a new Enterprise. When this Enterprise's time has come and Kirk is faced with his mortality once again in Undiscovered Country, Kirk plots a course to Neverland ("Second Star to the Right and Straight On 'Til Morning"), informing the audience and reassuring himself that he intends to never grow old. Something that Kirk apparently follows through with until his death.
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* It hit this troper that this movie finally ties up the personal character storyline for Captain Kirk that was established in Wrath of Kahn. In [=WoK=], Kirk is lamenting his age and growing complains about feeling old, useless, and generally accepting the best times of his life are behind him, something that [=McCoy=] chastises him for, encouraging him to be like his younger self before he truly becomes an antique. erally accepting the best times of his Kirk complains about feeling old, useless, and genlife are behind him.antique. Certain events bring Kirk to feel rejuvenated and youthful enough to once again take up the captaincy of a new Enterprise. When this Enterprise's time has come and Kirk is faced with his mortality once again in Undiscovered Country, Kirk plots a course to Neverland ("Second Star to the Right and Straight On 'Til Morning"), informing the audience and reassuring himself that he intends to never grow old. Something that Kirk apparently follows through with until his death.
28th Feb '14 4:04:08 PM Anarquistador
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* Azetbur is named Chancellor in her father's stead. However, chronologically-later episodes of Series/StarTrekTNG indicate that women aren't allowed to serve in the Klingon government. Continuity mistake? Or did something happen during Azetbur's regime that made the Klingons change it? Was Azetbur a particularly bad or incompetent Chancellor?
5th Dec '13 7:21:19 PM Premonition45
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!!FridgeLogic * When the Enterprise's crew goes rummaging through Klingon phrasebooks to respond to an incoming hail, why could they not just configure their ship's UniversalTranslator to provide a one-way translation of the incoming hail? And could they not configure it to provide an in-ship text translation of their response and recite ''that'' across the com channel? ** Because Nick Meyer wants his books, dammit! ** Handwaved in the movie by having Scotty mention that the UniversalTranslator would be recognized, so Uhura had to speak Klingonese in order to fool the listening outpost into thinking that they were a Klingon ship. NichelleNichols had protested this scene (saying that Uhura would have been fluent in the language of their main enemy) but was overruled. ** Mostly, Meyer overruled NichelleNichols for RuleOfFunny
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