History Headscratchers / StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries

11th Jun '15 11:10:58 AM HeroGal2347
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[[folder: Grow old along with me...or not]]




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[[folder: The history of "Yesteryear"]]




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[[folder: Real Klingons Wear Pink]]



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7th Mar '15 2:16:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Apparently, it's colorblind Hal Sutherland's fault that a lot of things in the series that ought to ''not'' be pink are, not to mention the white Andorian (decades before the Aenar would be invented, though Thelin's been one in the ExpandedUniverse since their introduction) or the Orions being the color the Andorians should be instead of the usual deep green (as in GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe.) So one obvious question needs asking: Why, why, '''why''' did they let a colorblind guy have any control whatsoever over the art department? While it's harsh, someone at some point should have said as tactfully as possible, "[[SorryBillyButYouJustDontHaveLegs Sorry, Hal, but you just don't have 'green.']]"

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* Apparently, it's colorblind Hal Sutherland's fault that a lot of things in the series that ought to ''not'' be pink are, not to mention the white Andorian (decades before the Aenar would be invented, though Thelin's been one in the ExpandedUniverse since their introduction) or the Orions being the color the Andorians should be instead of the usual deep green (as in GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe.) So one obvious question needs asking: Why, why, '''why''' did they let a colorblind guy have any control whatsoever over the art department? While it's harsh, someone at some point should have said as tactfully as possible, "[[SorryBillyButYouJustDontHaveLegs "[[DreamCrushingHandicap Sorry, Hal, but you just don't have 'green.']]"
14th Nov '14 11:22:36 AM Redmess
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** The potion is specifically stated to cause love in the first person touched. The rest is side effects.
4th Nov '14 9:17:49 AM Bense
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** The same way they get to the galactic core in ''Star Trek V''.
12th Feb '14 6:56:42 AM Hero_Gal_2347
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* Under influence from a LovePotion in "Mudd's Passion", Spock not only declares eternal romantic devotion to Christine Chapel, he also begins being palsy-walsy with Kirk. We know he likes Kirk, but he seems to have no romantic interest in Christine normally. How can the potion simultaneously add new relationships and pump up the old ones?

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* Under influence from a LovePotion in "Mudd's Passion", Spock not only declares eternal romantic devotion to Christine Chapel, he also begins being palsy-walsy with Kirk. We know he likes Kirk, but he seems to have no romantic interest in Christine normally. How can Can the potion simultaneously add new relationships and pump up the old ones?
12th Feb '14 6:55:12 AM Hero_Gal_2347
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* Under influence from a LovePotion in "Mudd's Passion", Spock not only declares eternal romantic devotion to Christine Chapel, he also begins being palsy-walsy with Kirk. We know he likes Kirk, but he seems to have no romantic interest in Christine normally. How can the potion simultaneously add new relationships and pump up the old ones?
24th Jan '14 8:44:04 AM BlobbyFissure
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** Is it not the case that Sutherland did not realize he was colourblind till later? However, I take that the point that if nobody ever said, "Hey, your colour are awfully weird, what's the deal with that?", it must be the case that quality control on TAS was weak indeed... but that's hardly surprising by looking at the finished product.

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** Is it not the case that Sutherland did not realize he was colourblind till later? However, I take that the point that if nobody ever said, "Hey, your colour colours are awfully weird, what's the deal with that?", it must be the case that quality control on TAS was weak indeed... but that's hardly surprising by looking at the finished product.
19th Jan '14 5:16:30 AM BlobbyFissure
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** Is it not the case that Sutherland did not realize he was colourblind till later? However, I take that the point that if nobody ever said, "Hey, your colour are awfully weird, what's the deal with that?", it must be the case that quality control on TAS was weak indeed... but that's hardly surprising by looking at the finished product.
18th Jan '14 9:34:17 PM EcliptorCalrissian
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*Apparently, it's colorblind Hal Sutherland's fault that a lot of things in the series that ought to ''not'' be pink are, not to mention the white Andorian (decades before the Aenar would be invented, though Thelin's been one in the ExpandedUniverse since their introduction) or the Orions being the color the Andorians should be instead of the usual deep green (as in GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe.) So one obvious question needs asking: Why, why, '''why''' did they let a colorblind guy have any control whatsoever over the art department? While it's harsh, someone at some point should have said as tactfully as possible, "[[SorryBillyButYouJustDontHaveLegs Sorry, Hal, but you just don't have 'green.']]"
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