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Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #396711 03/22/08 10:24 AM
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I'm a bad geek, I'm more into comics then ST, just never got it. But I LOVE Shatner. In a huge fan girlish way. Part of it is because he was really nice to my son when my son was little and completely into Star Trek, I know he can be rude to Trek fans, but he was nice to my son and even commented on them sharing the same name.
Boston Legal is one of the funniest things on tv now. Love it so much!
I also like the spoken word thing Shatner did with Henry Rollins on his last album. The two of them together is just so great.

Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #396713 03/22/08 10:26 AM
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I liked that woman Riker had a crush on - was her name Connie in the series? She had very long, very thick, very black hair. That was a good character.


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Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #396824 03/22/08 06:22 PM
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i had a crush on Worf during the last couple of seasons....

Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Jilly] #396832 03/22/08 06:40 PM
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Wasn't Jordi (sp?) captain on one of the movies? So he might qualify. I've always had a soft spot for that character -- smart, sweet, but kind of awkward socially (around women)...

Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Ms A] #396843 03/22/08 07:01 PM
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Picard all the way. ^_^ I always saw Kirk as a pretty big jerk and not much of a captain, and Sisco wasn't actually a captain of a ship. He was alright, but lacked that charisma.

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Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: GreyDrakkon] #396849 03/22/08 07:52 PM
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I think Picard was the better Captain, but I am more attracted to the young Kirk. And I also had a crush on both Riker and Worf!

I have Brent Spiner's album, "Old Yelloweyes is Back" somewhere around here...

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I totally crushed on Data. ;D

Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: GreyDrakkon] #396984 03/23/08 12:30 AM
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I have never seen a Star Trek show before. My first husband was really into that show.


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Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Bonniesa] #396986 03/23/08 12:43 AM
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That Wil blog is TOOOO funny. I'm going to have to avoid that or I'll be sucked in for years I think ...

Bonnie - you should Netflix the first DVD of Star Trek - The Next Generation and watch the first few episodes of it - it's important to watch from the beginning to get to know the characters, and many of the episodes have a lot of depth to them in the issues they face.


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Re: Favorite Star Trek Captain [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #397286 03/23/08 08:42 PM
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LOL I came up with a new plan. I managed to set up the laptop on the exercise bike and was reading while I was biking. I was laughing my fool head off the entire time and because the laptop covered up the bike's mileage info - I completely biked *past* the end of the course (30 minutes) and kept going for some indeterminate amount of time. LOL smile


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