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23rd Apr '17 2:25:12 AM rafi
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* [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc]] [[Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu Pikachu]], anyone?

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* %%* [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc]] [[Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu Pikachu]], anyone?


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* ''ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse'': Mickey Mouse italian magazine has a multiple story-arc parody of Star Trek named "Star-Top" ("topo" in the Italian word for mouse) starring characters from the Mouse universe.
2nd Feb '17 2:01:38 PM eroock
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-->'''Butt-Head:''' Fire those retro rockets, shoot the futon torpedoes, and like uh, make us go that way. (''A female officer approaches'') Excuse me. I order you to undress and show me your thingys.
-->'''Beavis:''' But captain, that violates intergalactic law, or something.
-->'''Butt-Head:''' Number One, I order you to take a number two.
-->'''Beavis:''' Aye aye, captain!

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-->'''Butt-Head:''' ->'''Butt-Head:''' Fire those retro rockets, shoot the futon torpedoes, and like uh, make us go that way. (''A female officer approaches'') Excuse me. I order you to undress and show me your thingys.
-->'''Beavis:''' ->'''Beavis:''' But captain, that violates intergalactic law, or something.
-->'''Butt-Head:''' ->'''Butt-Head:''' Number One, I order you to take a number two.
-->'''Beavis:''' ->'''Beavis:''' Aye aye, captain!
14th Dec '16 7:43:38 PM Luppercus
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* ''Series/ElChapulinColorado'' is full of reference to {{kaiju}} and {{tokusatsu}} movies and shows, especially Series/UltraMan, also has some sci-fi episodes with aliens, robots and astronauts.
19th Nov '16 8:17:38 AM TalRazMob
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* In the anime adapatation of [[LightNovel/ICouldntBecomeAHeroSoIReluctantlyDecidedToGetAJob]], there is a perverted old man character (a very handsy perv) that is a blatant expy of Picard. He's even bald and wears a red shirt. At the end of the anime, when the main characters set off to rescue Fino, the old man picks them up in his ride: a dragon pulling a shameless rip of the Enterprise 1701 (pre-refit). It was hilariously mis-labeled as the Enterprise-D

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* In the anime adapatation of [[LightNovel/ICouldntBecomeAHeroSoIReluctantlyDecidedToGetAJob]], [[LightNovel/ICouldntBecomeAHeroSoIReluctantlyDecidedToGetAJob Yusha ni Narenakatta Ore wa Shibushibu Shūshoku o Ketsui Shimashita]], there is a perverted old man character (a very handsy perv) that is a blatant expy of Picard. He's even bald and wears a red shirt. At the end of the anime, when the main characters set off to rescue Fino, the old man picks them up in his ride: a dragon pulling a shameless rip of the Enterprise 1701 (pre-refit). It was hilariously mis-labeled as the Enterprise-D
19th Nov '16 8:16:34 AM TalRazMob
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* In the anime adapatation of [[LightNovel/ICouldntBecomeAHeroSoIReluctantlyDecidedToGetAJob]], there is a perverted old man character (a very handsy perv) that is a blatant expy of Picard. He's even bald and wears a red shirt. At the end of the anime, when the main characters set off to rescue Fino, the old man picks them up in his ride: a dragon pulling a shameless rip of the Enterprise 1701 (pre-refit). It was hilariously mis-labeled as the Enterprise-D
19th Nov '16 8:08:01 AM TalRazMob
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*** Patrick Stewart hosted an episode in 1994 that featured a sketch called "Love Boat: The Next Generation" (not to be confused with the show that was actually called that on UPN about five years later). Stewart reprised the role of Picard/Captain Stubing, and featured Chris Farley as Riker, Tim Meadows as Geordi/Issac, Rod Schneider as Data and Julia Sweeney as Troi. The "Princessprise" was literally the Love Boat mounted on the leading edge of the saucer section. The "A" plot involved a Ferengi who had been dumped by Charo trying to win her back on Valentine's Day (which he does with a well timed red alert). The "B" plot was Data trying to understand the emotion of love (he later presents Picard with a human heart in an attempt to do Valentine's Day proper)

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*** ** Patrick Stewart hosted an episode in 1994 that featured a sketch called "Love Boat: The Next Generation" (not to be confused with the show that was actually called that on UPN about five years later). Stewart reprised the role of Picard/Captain Stubing, and featured Chris Farley as Riker, Tim Meadows as Geordi/Issac, Geordi/Isaac, Rod Schneider as Data and Julia Sweeney as Troi. The "Princessprise" was literally the Love Boat mounted on the leading edge of the saucer section. The "A" plot involved a Ferengi who had been dumped by Charo trying to win her back on Valentine's Day (which he does with a well timed red alert). The "B" plot was Data trying to understand the emotion of love (he later presents Picard with a human heart in an attempt to do Valentine's Day proper)
19th Nov '16 8:05:47 AM TalRazMob
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***Patrick Stewart hosted an episode in 1994 that featured a sketch called "Love Boat: The Next Generation" (not to be confused with the show that was actually called that on UPN about five years later). Stewart reprised the role of Picard/Captain Stubing, and featured Chris Farley as Riker, Tim Meadows as Geordi/Issac, Rod Schneider as Data and Julia Sweeney as Troi. The "Princessprise" was literally the Love Boat mounted on the leading edge of the saucer section. The "A" plot involved a Ferengi who had been dumped by Charo trying to win her back on Valentine's Day (which he does with a well timed red alert). The "B" plot was Data trying to understand the emotion of love (he later presents Picard with a human heart in an attempt to do Valentine's Day proper)
5th Nov '16 12:30:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''InLivingColor'' had a ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'' parody sketch called "The Wrath of Farrakhan", with Jim Carrey as Kirk and David Alan Grier as Spock.

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* ''InLivingColor'' ''Series/InLivingColor'' had a ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'' parody sketch called "The Wrath of Farrakhan", with Jim Carrey as Kirk and David Alan Grier as Spock.
17th Oct '16 4:57:48 AM Morgenthaler
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Can we... reverse the... [[ReversePolarity polarity]]?"]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Can [[caption-width-right:350:"[[Creator/WilliamShatner Can we... reverse the... ]] [[ReversePolarity polarity]]?"]]
26th Jul '16 5:49:11 AM Morgenthaler
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