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9th May '18 1:31:34 AM LondonKdS
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* The FandomRivalry between ''Star Trek'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' came up again in the Titan crossover event ''ComicBook/DoctorWhoTheLostDimension'', in which the alternate-universe Ogron Confederation of Planets in the Fourth Doctor special have ship designs and uniforms that look suspiciously similar to the Federation in ''Star Trek: The Original Series'', but turn out to be violent imperialists under a humanitarian mask. The Doctor describes them as "plain thuggery hiding behind rules and regulations to justify itself".
28th Apr '18 12:16:08 PM Malady
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'', aside from having a semi-regular parody of ''Series/DoctorWho'', also has a number of Star Trek shout-outs. Pierce dressed as Captain Kirk for the second Halloween Episode, and Troy and Abed's Dreamatorium is basically a low-tech Holosuite. Troy is also known to be a long-standing admirer of Creator/LeVarBurton, albeit more for ''ReadingRainbow''.

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* ''Series/{{Community}}'', aside from having a semi-regular parody of ''Series/DoctorWho'', also has a number of Star Trek shout-outs. Pierce dressed as Captain Kirk for the second Halloween Episode, and Troy and Abed's Dreamatorium is basically a low-tech Holosuite. Troy is also known to be a long-standing admirer of Creator/LeVarBurton, albeit more for ''ReadingRainbow''.''Series/ReadingRainbow''.
26th Mar '18 10:13:06 PM Mysterion
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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', there was an episode in which Numbah Two's little brother Tommy is stuck in a [[ItMakesSenseInContext giant bathtub.]] He then finds himself with the crew of a ship that are expies of characters from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''. (A couple of other episodes have Sector V using a spaceship that, while made out of their standard 2X4 tech, heavily resembles the Enterprise.)

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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', there was an episode in which Numbah Two's little brother Tommy is stuck in a [[ItMakesSenseInContext giant bathtub.]] He then finds himself with the crew of a ship that are expies of characters from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''. Another episode is a blatant parody/interpretation of The Motion Picture. (A couple of other episodes have Sector V using a spaceship that, while made out of their standard 2X4 tech, heavily resembles the Enterprise.)
15th Dec '17 4:44:04 AM DragonQuestZ
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* Obviously doomed RedShirt.
11th Dec '17 8:38:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* Subverted by ''Series/TheOrville''. It was originally marketed as a straightforward spoof of the ''Star Trek''-style of SpaceOpera, but while there's some humor here and there, it's more of a {{Dramedy}} homage.
9th Aug '17 1:21:45 AM Luppercus
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* Episode "Ain't NASA-Sarily So" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' has lots of references to Star Trek, including the obvious asociation between Egon and Spock and the fact that they both share the same CatchPhrase.
30th Jun '17 5:31:47 AM Winter
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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/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)

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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/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 chocolate-covered human heart in an attempt to do Valentine's Day proper)properly)
23rd May '17 2:35:37 PM dasuberkaiser
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* What is likely the first-ever parody of ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'', imaginatively titled "Star ''Blecch''", was published in the December, 1967, issue of ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' Magazine. A joke used in that issue (Spock saying "He could not believe his ears"), was actually re-used ''in the show itself'' (in the episode "The Trouble With Tribbles").
** MAD continued doing parodies of all 6 original cast movies, the Fanchise/StarTrek musical, and sequel series.
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* The Firm's novelty song "Star Trekkin", which reached number one in the British singles chart.
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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'' usually throws a handful of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' jokes into a game, but ''Space Quest Five'' sent up nearly every Trope in the classic show's playbook.

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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'' usually throws a handful What is likely the first-ever parody of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' jokes into a game, but ''Space Quest Five'' sent up nearly every Trope ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'', imaginatively titled "Star ''Blecch''", was published in the classic show's playbook.December, 1967, issue of ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' Magazine. A joke used in that issue (Spock saying "He could not believe his ears"), was actually re-used ''in the show itself'' (in the episode "The Trouble With Tribbles").
** MAD continued doing parodies of all 6 original cast movies, the Fanchise/StarTrek musical, and sequel series.



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* [[http://www.starland.com/StoneTrek/ Stone Trek]] combines Star Trek with The Flintstones, and features the adventures of Capt Kirkstone, Mr Sprock, and Dr Rockcoy on the wooden Starship Magnatize (BCC-1701).
* ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'' involves many reviewers from Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses traveling aboard the ''USS Exit Strategy'' and takes plot elements from ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''.

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* [[http://www.starland.com/StoneTrek/ Stone Trek]] combines Star Trek with The Flintstones, and features Firm's novelty song "Star Trekkin", which reached number one in the adventures of Capt Kirkstone, Mr Sprock, and Dr Rockcoy on the wooden Starship Magnatize (BCC-1701).
* ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'' involves many reviewers from Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses traveling aboard the ''USS Exit Strategy'' and takes plot elements from ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''.
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[[folder: Video Games ]]
* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'' usually throws a handful of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' jokes into a game, but ''Space Quest Five'' sent up nearly every Trope in the classic show's playbook.
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[[folder: Web Original ]]
* [[http://www.starland.com/StoneTrek/ Stone Trek]] combines Star Trek with The Flintstones, and features the adventures of Capt Kirkstone, Mr Sprock, and Dr Rockcoy on the wooden Starship Magnatize (BCC-1701).
* ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'' involves many reviewers from Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses traveling aboard the ''USS Exit Strategy'' and takes plot elements from ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''.
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16th May '17 5:41:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheTwoRonnies'' parodied ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'' in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtzFNEI-b3Y this 1973 sketch]]. Corbett played Kirk and Barker played Spock.

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* ''TheTwoRonnies'' ''Series/TheTwoRonnies'' parodied ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'' in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtzFNEI-b3Y this 1973 sketch]]. Corbett played Kirk and Barker played Spock.
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.
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