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# 11
05-31-2012, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Jake477
ST TNG Crocodile Tears:

Enterprise D and Crocodile Hunter Exchange program:

The Crocodile Hunter wants to hunt Crocs of the 24th century...........

Croc Hunter: Croiky Mate!, Look at the size of that animal *points at the Gorn* (stares wide-eyed at the bi-pedal Gorn laying on the ground on the holodeck)

Riker: should we not tell him Mr.Worf?

Worf: Tell him what? That the "Croc" is not native to Earth and is really a holographic Gorn with the safety settings off?

Riker: yes

Worf: Every warrior has to learn his limitations Commander, i say lets see if he Hunts as good as he claims.

The Croc hunter leans in close to the Gorn, then begins to examine it putting a rope around his nose

Croc Hunter: Easy girl.....*patting its nose"

Gorn: Who are you calling a girl Terran vermin ssssssss!

Croc Hunter: You.......can talk!!!!!!! *backs up slowly*

The Gorn gets up and rips his rope off and swips at the Hunter and starts chasing him........

Running past Riker and Worf waving his hands in the air screaming Aaaaaahhhhhh!

Riker: Don't worry they only like the daredevils! *shouting*

Worf: Computer Arch..........

Riker: We can't just leave him.........

Worf: Poker at my place?

Riker: Thought you never asked

Croc Hunter: Will someone please help me!!!!!! *ducking and running*

Leaving the Hunter screaming and running Riker taps his badge:

All senior officers report to Mr. Worf's for Poker tonight.

Then the walk away smiling.

AAAAAAHHH! can be heard throughout the deck.

Worf: some Hunter.

End of epidsode
I take it the safety protocols were off?
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# 12
06-01-2012, 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by sophlogimo
I find the notion of Starfleet officers "killing someone for someone else" more annoying than anything grammar-related.
Indeed. The concept of needing to kill in times of war is indeed illogical.

Nevermind that Kirk did kill when the situation warranted. The extra dimensional beings in Catspaw and Apollo in Who Mourns for Adonis? come to mind off hand. They may not have been shot directly but were both killed by the actions of Kirk and crew.

Not to mention countless borg....
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# 13
06-01-2012, 03:55 PM
Apollo did not die he simply "went home"

and the point is Federation officers are not genocidal as a general rule
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# 14
06-01-2012, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by sollvax
Apollo did not die he simply "went home"

and the point is Federation officers are not genocidal as a general rule
No, he dissipated, not the same thing. The rest of his people had done the same. Now it is possible he was lieing and really did simply 'go home' but that is now how he presented it.
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# 15
06-01-2012, 04:08 PM
He spoke to them prior to going "you were right"

besides unlike Q and other lesser beings Apollo actually Was A God and Gods don't die

The original treatment (prescript) for the episode he was supposed to take the LT with him but it was changed in production

(I have read quite a few of the original treatments some of the stuff they wanted to do was really classic but the costs would be too high)
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# 16
06-01-2012, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by sollvax
He spoke to them prior to going "you were right"

besides unlike Q and other lesser beings Apollo actually Was A God and Gods don't die

The original treatment (prescript) for the episode he was supposed to take the LT with him but it was changed in production

(I have read quite a few of the original treatments some of the stuff they wanted to do was really classic but the costs would be too high)
"Gods don't die?' He was an alien being, not an actual god. That was a major point of the whole episode.
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# 17
06-01-2012, 04:39 PM
yep
but he was also a God as he said himself "gods do not die"

Kirk kept killing "gods" Vaul for a start , every time they encountered a religion they tried to kill the god
odd that
But I always assumed it was because Gene was athiest
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# 18
06-01-2012, 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted by sollvax
yep
but he was also a God as he said himself "gods do not die"

Kirk kept killing "gods" Vaul for a start , every time they encountered a religion they tried to kill the god
odd that
But I always assumed it was because Gene was athiest
Lol that doesn't make it right though

The fact remains that there is a war on in STO.... I am pretty sure they weren't just stunning Cardie and Jem'hadar ships in Sacrifice of Angels, either (or the Cardassian War, or the rest of the Dominion war).
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# 19
06-01-2012, 05:33 PM
oh ill kill as many cardassians as you like (as long as they are not civilians)
I object to blowing away romulan medics however
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# 20
06-01-2012, 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted by sollvax
oh ill kill as many cardassians as you like (as long as they are not civilians)
I object to blowing away romulan medics however
The first Romulan mission was just wrong. The empires were not even at war.

That is the one aspect of the writing I have a major problem with. You character has a complete inability to detect or even suspect an Undine, regardless of the level of evidence or how unreasonable the orders they give you are being given.
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