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Hero_Gal_2347
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02:35:26 PM Nov 23rd 2013
edited by 72.49.104.69
Would T'Pring's rejection of Spock count as Adult Fear? Being rejected or cheated on by one's spouse is definitely a real-life fear, but any fear factor is not really played up.
Hero_Gal_2347
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05:38:00 PM Aug 25th 2013
Would the positions in which Kirk and Spock find themselves during the episode count as Adult Fear, or would the fantastic elements make it too far-fetched?
Hero_Gal_2347
03:22:58 PM Sep 17th 2013
Hello?
Hero_Gal_2347
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11:15:46 AM Jul 29th 2013
edited by 216.99.32.43
In this episode, Kirk finds himself being turned on by a trusted friend. Spock goes insane and nearly hurts someone close to him. Would either of these positions in this episode count as Adult Fear, or would the fantastic elements of the plot make it too far a stretch?
Hero_Gal_2347
10:10:17 PM Aug 14th 2013
edited by 216.99.32.43
Bump.
Hero_Gal_2347
08:25:05 AM Aug 20th 2013
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