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** He named the female changeling from his ''Deep Space Nine'' reviews "Sanders" simply because, as he was committing ten weeks in a row to DS9's final arc, and she was a prominent figure in that arc, it was much faster for him to say over and over. And because her illness gave her the complexion of [[UsefulNotes/KentuckyFriedChicken KFC fried chicken]].

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** He named the female changeling from his ''Deep Space Nine'' reviews "Sanders" simply because, as he was committing ten weeks in a row to DS9's [=DS9=]'s final arc, and she was a prominent figure in that arc, it was much faster for him to say over and over. And because her illness gave her the complexion of [[UsefulNotes/KentuckyFriedChicken KFC fried chicken]].


** He named the female changeling from his ''Deep Space Nine'' reviews "Sanders" simply because it's quicker to say.

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** He named the female changeling from his ''Deep Space Nine'' reviews "Sanders" simply because, as he was committing ten weeks in a row to DS9's final arc, and she was a prominent figure in that arc, it was much faster for him to say over and over. And because it's quicker to say.her illness gave her the complexion of [[UsefulNotes/KentuckyFriedChicken KFC fried chicken]].

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* He jokes in several TNG season one episodes that there are more of them than possible. According to Chuck, it's like the universe is retroactively creating season one TNG episodes just to make him have to review them. For the record, there are twenty-six; he has reviewed nineteen of them as of this writing.

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* "...And I'll thrash you from top to bottom-ous."


* At the end of every Star Trek review, he hands out various awards. For a full list of which episodes received which awards, check out the Trivia page. Some of these "[[MedalOfDishonor Prizes]]" include:

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* At the end of every Star Trek review, he hands out various awards. For a full list of which episodes received which awards, check out the Trivia [[Recap/SFDebris Recap]] page. Some of these "[[MedalOfDishonor Prizes]]" include:


* "No-Pants Thursday." Chuck [[NoNudityTaboo observes it]], and seems to be trying to make it an [[{{Defictionalization}} officially observed holiday]].

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* "No-Pants Thursday." Chuck [[NoNudityTaboo [[InnocentFanserviceGirl observes it]], and seems to be trying to make it an [[{{Defictionalization}} officially observed holiday]].


*** Captain Okona has received this award in two [=TNG=] episodes, despite only appearing in one of them ("[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E4TheOutrageousOkona}} The Outrageous Okona]]", the other one being "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E6TheGame}} The Game]]"). That's what they get for keeping Okona in-canon.

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*** Captain Okona has received this award in two [=TNG=] episodes, episodes and one [=DS9=] episode, despite only appearing in one of them ("[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E4TheOutrageousOkona}} The Outrageous Okona]]", the other one ones being "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E6TheGame}} The Game]]").Game]]" and "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E20TheChangingFaceOfEvil}} The Changing Face of Evil]]"). That's what they get for keeping Okona in-canon.

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*** Lazarus from "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E27TheAlternativeFactor}} The Alternative Factor]]" gets it for [[ShapedLikeItself being named Lazarus.]]


* [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns "Almost sexual, isn't it, Smithers?"]]

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns [[Recap/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns "Almost sexual, isn't it, Smithers?"]]


** Jake Sisko and [[Film/StarTrek Chris Pine's Kirk]] get in on one of these in the review of "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E03TheVisitor}} The Visitor]]". Pine's Kirk gets swiftly beaten up by Shatner's Kirk.

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** Jake Sisko and [[Film/StarTrek [[Film/StarTrek2009 Chris Pine's Kirk]] get in on one of these in the review of "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E03TheVisitor}} The Visitor]]". Pine's Kirk gets swiftly beaten up by Shatner's Kirk.


* At the end of all ''Voyager'' reviews, we get a [[TheStinger stinger]] featuring the final scene of "The Thaw":

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* At the end of all ''Voyager'' reviews, we get a [[TheStinger stinger]] featuring the final scene of "The Thaw":"[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS2E23TheThaw}} The Thaw]]":



*** "Prime Factors" (VOY) got an honorary prize when Janeway [[LiteralMinded baked a pecan pie]].

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*** "Prime Factors" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS1E9PrimeFactors}} Prime Factors]]" (VOY) got an honorary prize when Janeway [[LiteralMinded baked a pecan pie]].



*** Lampshaded in "Barge of the Dead" when Torres casually wrecks one to save herself time, like Mario [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld sacrificing Yoshi into a pit]] for a sake of a double-jump. This earned her a trip to the Principal's Office:

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*** Lampshaded in "Barge "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E3BargeOfTheDead}} Barge of the Dead" Dead]]" when Torres casually wrecks one to save herself time, like Mario [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld sacrificing Yoshi into a pit]] for a sake of a double-jump. This earned her a trip to the Principal's Office:



** "[[Film/PlanetOfTheApes Damn Dirty Mutant]]" for when a crewman is subject to LegoGenetics.

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** "[[Film/PlanetOfTheApes "[[Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968 Damn Dirty Mutant]]" for when a crewman is subject to LegoGenetics.



*** Neelix didn't even get a contractual line of dialogue in "Shattered". It still netted a Stupid Neelix Moment, though, as the episode opens with Chakotay squirreling away booze to hide it from the lousey stalag upstairs.
*** He avoided giving the episode "The Void" a Stupid Neelix Moment, although at the end of his video, Chuck inserted a clip of Neelix, and while not a Stupid Neelix Moment, it did cause Chuck to [[HulkingOut Hulk out]].
*** "Demon" lacked a SNM as well. Apparently the crew was too busy being assholes themselves, most notably Tuvok who ignored a hallway full of cello-carrying evacuees just to confiscate... Neelix's blankie. Non-essential items, you know.
*** In a surprise twist (or a sign of the Apocalypse), he actually gave the episode "The Disease" (where Harry Kim catches an alien STD) a bonus point for featuring a Neelix moment which advanced the plot in a helpful, non-annoying manner. To paraphrase Chuck, "it was as if Harry had used up the supply of shame in this episode." The same outcome occurred in "The Omega Directive", except that Harry seemed to draw on Neelix's petulance rather than shame.
*** In "Tsunkatse" he does not award a Stupid Neelix Moment ''despite'' the fact that Neelix appeared in the episode, because he had been spending his time earlier that week watching ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'' and thus couldn't find it in him.
** "Once Upon A Time" dodged the bullet on account of a few meager frames of footage: namely, Neelix's [[DoubleTake bewildered look]] at the Doctor being "pleased" to see him.

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*** Neelix didn't even get a contractual line of dialogue in "Shattered"."[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS7E10Shattered}} Shattered]]". It still netted a Stupid Neelix Moment, though, as the episode opens with Chakotay squirreling away booze to hide it from the lousey stalag upstairs.
*** He avoided giving the episode "The Void" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS7E14TheVoid}} The Void]]" a Stupid Neelix Moment, although at the end of his video, Chuck inserted a clip of Neelix, and while not a Stupid Neelix Moment, it did cause Chuck to [[HulkingOut Hulk out]].
*** "Demon" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS4E22Demon}} Demon]]" lacked a SNM as well. Apparently the crew was too busy being assholes themselves, most notably Tuvok who ignored a hallway full of cello-carrying evacuees just to confiscate... Neelix's blankie. Non-essential items, you know.
*** In a surprise twist (or a sign of the Apocalypse), he actually gave the episode "The Disease" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS5E16TheDisease}} The Disease]]" (where Harry Kim catches an alien STD) a bonus point for featuring a Neelix moment which advanced the plot in a helpful, non-annoying manner. To paraphrase Chuck, "it was as if Harry had used up the supply of shame in this episode." The same outcome occurred in "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS4E19TheOmegaDirective}} The Omega Directive", Directive]]", except that Harry seemed to draw on Neelix's petulance rather than shame.
*** In "Tsunkatse" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E15Tsunkatse}} Tsunkatse]]" he does not award a Stupid Neelix Moment ''despite'' the fact that Neelix appeared in the episode, because he had been spending his time earlier that week watching ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'' and thus couldn't find it in him.
** "Once "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS5E5OnceUponATime}} Once Upon A Time" a Time]]" dodged the bullet on account of a few meager frames of footage: namely, Neelix's [[DoubleTake bewildered look]] at the Doctor being "pleased" to see him.



** Amazingly, Wesley Crusher, who is an actual in-universe CreatorsPet, has only got this award four times so far. [[UpToEleven On top of that]], Wesley's every single scene in "Menage a Troi" is welcomed as distraction from stupid plot. Much like "The Disease", the usually annoying character suddenly being competent is only redeeming part of episode.
*** Captain Okona has received this award in two [=TNG=] episodes, despite only appearing in one of them ("The Outrageous Okona", the other one being "The Game"). That's what they get for keeping Okona in-canon.

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** Amazingly, Wesley Crusher, who is an actual in-universe CreatorsPet, has only got this award four times so far. [[UpToEleven On top of that]], Wesley's every single scene in "Menage a Troi" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E24MenageATroi}} Ménage à Troi]]" is welcomed as distraction from stupid plot. Much like "The Disease", the usually annoying character suddenly being competent is only redeeming part of episode.
*** Captain Okona has received this award in two [=TNG=] episodes, despite only appearing in one of them ("The ("[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E4TheOutrageousOkona}} The Outrageous Okona", Okona]]", the other one being "The Game")."[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E6TheGame}} The Game]]"). That's what they get for keeping Okona in-canon.



** Harry got his own variant in "Bride of Chaotica" when he voiced annoyance at the lack of ''Captain Proton'' slave girls as advertised. Because he's ''always'' been into... (roll roll roll) '[[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday Heterosexuality!]]'.

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** Harry got his own variant in "Bride "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS5E12BrideOfChaotica}} Bride of Chaotica" Chaotica!]]" when he voiced annoyance at the lack of ''Captain Proton'' slave girls as advertised. Because he's ''always'' been into... (roll roll roll) '[[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday Heterosexuality!]]'.



* Alluding to Seven and Chakotay's LastMinuteHookup in "Endgame" by noting sarcastically that she clearly wants to hump his brains out some day.

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* Alluding to Seven and Chakotay's LastMinuteHookup in "Endgame" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS7E23Endgame}} Endgame]]" by noting sarcastically that she clearly wants to hump his brains out some day.



** Inverted in "In a Mirror, Darkly": Archer's in charge, with Kirk, Picard, and Sisko all sporting [[BeardOfEvil Beards of Evil]]. In this universe, Janeway (also bearded) is a harmless GranolaGirl.
** Jake Sisko and [[Film/StarTrek Chris Pine's Kirk]] get in on one of these in the review of "The Visitor". Pine's Kirk gets swiftly beaten up by Shatner's Kirk.

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** Inverted in "In "[[Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In a Mirror, Darkly": Darkly]]": Archer's in charge, with Kirk, Picard, and Sisko all sporting [[BeardOfEvil Beards of Evil]]. In this universe, Janeway (also bearded) is a harmless GranolaGirl.
** Jake Sisko and [[Film/StarTrek Chris Pine's Kirk]] get in on one of these in the review of "The Visitor"."[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E03TheVisitor}} The Visitor]]". Pine's Kirk gets swiftly beaten up by Shatner's Kirk.



** He jokes that the Borg invasion in First Contact occured while Sisko was in the badlands because the Borg planned it that way to avoid him
** The Defiant is known as "USS Ben Sisko's Motherfucking Pimp Hand"
* The Saratoga is starfleet's bitch
** In the first episode of Deep Space Nine the immovable object meets the unstoppable force, when [[MemeticBadass Sisko]] is an officer on the Satatoga against the Borg.
* In his ''X-Files'' reviews, referencing stereotypes about the US state an episode is set in--such as Idaho and potatoes ("Deep Throat") or Wisconsin and cheese ("Fallen Angel").

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** He jokes that the Borg invasion in First Contact ''First Contact'' occured while Sisko was in the badlands because the Borg planned it that way to avoid him
** The Defiant ''Defiant'' is known as "USS Ben Sisko's Motherfucking Pimp Hand"
* The Saratoga ''Saratoga'' is starfleet's bitch
** In the first episode of Deep Space Nine "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS01E01E02Emissary}} Emissary]]", the immovable object meets the unstoppable force, when [[MemeticBadass Sisko]] is an officer on the Satatoga against the Borg.
* In his ''X-Files'' reviews, referencing stereotypes about the US state an episode is set in--such as Idaho and potatoes ("Deep Throat") ("[[Recap/TheXFilesS01E02DeepThroat Deep Throat]]") or Wisconsin and cheese ("Fallen Angel").("[[Recap/TheXFilesS01E10FallenAngel Fallen Angel]]").



* Counselor Troi's skill set consisting entirely of [[WomenDrivers crashing the ship into things]]. This even got an ActorAllusion in his WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} review.
* Rimmer's blue jumpsuit (in the Red Dwarf movie) makes him look eerily like Scott Bakula, AKA Captain Archer of the NX-01. Alas, this only increases Chuck's glee at his misfortune.

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* Counselor Troi's skill set consisting entirely of [[WomenDrivers crashing the ship into things]]. This even got an ActorAllusion in his WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' review.
* Rimmer's blue jumpsuit (in the Red Dwarf ''Red Dwarf'' movie) makes him look eerily like Scott Bakula, Creator/ScottBakula, AKA Captain Archer of the NX-01. Alas, this only increases Chuck's glee at his misfortune.



** He tries to carry this one over to the Series/DoctorWho reviews and all the Doctor/Master HoYay but eventually loses it and gives up

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** He tries to carry this one over to the Series/DoctorWho ''Series/DoctorWho'' reviews and all the Doctor/Master HoYay but eventually loses it and gives up



* Any mention of The Last Outpost will likely be accompanied by Chuck describing "Noble Riker standing tall and proud" in a bombastic voice

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* Any mention of "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E4TheLastOutpost}} The Last Outpost Outpost]]" will likely be accompanied by Chuck describing "Noble Riker standing tall and proud" in a bombastic voice



** Klingon "Bird Of Prey" warships (specifically the one in ''Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home'') the name "Kia of Prey," because compared to the ''Enterprise'', they look about as primitive as a Kia (a type of car).

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** Klingon "Bird Of Prey" warships (specifically the one in ''Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home'') ''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome'') the name "Kia of Prey," because compared to the ''Enterprise'', they look about as primitive as a Kia (a type of car).



** He nicknamed one of the Andorians from "The Andorian Incident," "Andorian [[Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway Colin Mochrie]]" after his strong resemblance.
** He named the female changeling from his Deep Space 9 reviews "Sanders" simply because it's quicker to say.
* [[TheSimpsons "Almost sexual, isn't it, Smithers?"]]
* Janeway apparently really likes Mexican Food, claiming in one instance that "She needs to kill off Maquis more often" because of the nachos they serve at their funerals, and in the review of "Ashes to Ashes," she claims that the only reason that she attended the funeral of (a different) deceased crewman was because they served tacos.

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** He nicknamed one of the Andorians from "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS01E07TheAndorianIncident}} The Andorian Incident," Incident]]" "Andorian [[Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway Colin Mochrie]]" after his strong resemblance.
** He named the female changeling from his Deep ''Deep Space 9 Nine'' reviews "Sanders" simply because it's quicker to say.
* [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns "Almost sexual, isn't it, Smithers?"]]
* Janeway apparently really likes Mexican Food, claiming in one instance that "She needs to kill off Maquis more often" because of the nachos they serve at their funerals, and in the review of "Ashes "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E18AshesToAshes}} Ashes to Ashes," Ashes]]", she claims that the only reason that she attended the funeral of (a different) deceased crewman was because they served tacos.



** One of Trek's classic stereotypes, an angry Scotsman, is caught jamming his fists into the wires of the ''Enterprise-D'', giving himself a lethal shock. "Poor, dumb [[{{Theatre/Brigadoon}} Harry Beaton]]." ("Sub Rosa")
** Sometimes, he uses the basics of it for other characters, like John Crichton or [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Bernie Wiseman]].

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** One of Trek's ''Trek'''s classic stereotypes, an angry Scotsman, is caught jamming his fists into the wires of the ''Enterprise-D'', giving himself a lethal shock. "Poor, dumb [[{{Theatre/Brigadoon}} Harry Beaton]]." ("Sub Rosa")
("[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E13SubRosa}} Sub Rosa]]")
** Sometimes, he uses the basics of it for other characters, like [[Series/{{Farscape}} John Crichton Crichton]] or [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Bernie Wiseman]].



* "Romulan marijuana" is the drug of choice in the Star Trek universe, apparently, whether Picard is tripping on it or Janeway shooting down an enemy ship to protect her stash.

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* "Romulan marijuana" is the drug of choice in the Star Trek ''Star Trek'' universe, apparently, whether Picard is tripping on it or Janeway shooting down an enemy ship to protect her stash.



* An increasingly common one is an alternative to GoodAngelBadAngel: Shoulder Spider, who advises those on whose shoulder he sits to eat other people... and occasionally all of creation. First showed up in "Year of Hell," for Janeway, again in a far more sophisticated fashion in "Remember Me," and most recently in "Scientific Method," again appearing to Janeway.

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* An increasingly common one is an alternative to GoodAngelBadAngel: Shoulder Spider, who advises those on whose shoulder he sits to eat other people... and occasionally all of creation. First showed up in "Year "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS4E8YearOfHell}} Year of Hell," Hell]]", for Janeway, again in a far more sophisticated fashion in "Remember Me," "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS4E5RememberMe}} Remember Me]]", and most recently in "Scientific Method," "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS4E7ScientificMethod}} Scientific Method]]", again appearing to Janeway.



* Tarantulas seem to come up a lot -- whether it's the one on Janeway's shoulder, Beverly's "Dr. Arachnoschmidt" or the episode "Twisted" compared to two tarantulas fucking -- to the point where we may assume spiders are Chuck's primal fear.

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* Tarantulas seem to come up a lot -- whether it's the one on Janeway's shoulder, Beverly's "Dr. Arachnoschmidt" or the episode "Twisted" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS2E6Twisted}} Twisted]]" compared to two tarantulas fucking -- to the point where we may assume spiders are Chuck's primal fear.



** "Barge of the Dead" doesn't count, because it was conceived as a Worf story.

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** "Barge "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E3BargeOfTheDead}} Barge of the Dead" Dead]]" doesn't count, because it was conceived as a Worf story.



* During his review of Knights of the Old Republic he had the PC kill a shark to reach one of the star maps. Right after that he found out that the shark was apparently sacred to the inhabitants of that planet. All of the video game reviews after that have some mention of this incident.
* Due to its status as a pleasure planet, Risa is often the source of some less than savory things in his Star Trek reviews, particularly [=STDs=].

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* During his review of Knights of the Old Republic ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' he had the PC kill a shark to reach one of the star maps. Right after that he found out that the shark was apparently sacred to the inhabitants of that planet. All of the video game reviews after that have some mention of this incident.
* Due to its status as a pleasure planet, Risa is often the source of some less than savory things in his Star Trek ''Star Trek'' reviews, particularly [=STDs=].



* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of them "Thrust Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.

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* In his reviews of the Star Trek ''Star Trek'' TOS Films (specifically The ''The Motion Picture, The Picture'', ''The Search for Spock, Spock'', and The ''The Undiscovered Country) Country'') due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of them "Thrust Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.


* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of the "Thrust Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.

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* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of the them "Thrust Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.


* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of the "Flex Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.

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* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of the "Flex "Thrust Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.

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* In his reviews of the Star Trek TOS Films (specifically The Motion Picture, The Search for Spock, and The Undiscovered Country) due to the ridiculously dated outfit the security officers wear, he calls at least one of the "Flex Barcode". He built a story around him as a pulp space-type hero, including being a master of Martian Judo, having a trusty sidekick, and flying into enemy space with nothing but a moon laser and rocket pack.

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