People still haven’t stopped reblogging the pencil. It’s been like 9 months now.
i’m forever stuck between wanting to discover loads of new music and wanting to listen to the same 4 albums over and over again
I love Star Trek so much.
I love watching it I love reading about it I love thinking about it I love talking about it. I don’t even need to necessarily be engaged in conversation to talk about Star Trek I will just talk at you about Star Trek if given the opportunity.
So I really only ever watched the original series of Star Trek, mainly because it was my mom’s favorite and she watched it a lot. I’ve watched some of Next Generation and seen most of the Star Trek movies, but I was just wondering, did they ever explain in any of the shows/movies how the Klingons went from looking like this:
Because that’s quite a difference. Anyone know?
The Klingons without the ridges were the result of an experiment by the Klingons to create Augmented Klingons based on the work of Arik Soong, which was related to the genetic enhancements of Khan and his ilk. The augmentation, which was engineered as a virus went wrong and the Klingons that it was tested on lost their forehead ridges. These Klingons and their descendents were later used as spies and secret agents, since they looked human.
The real reason: Money. Gene Roddenberry wanted to make the Klingons look alien during The Original Series, but he simply did not have the budget. When they did the first movie, Roddenberry finally had the money to make it happen. The in-universe explanation didn’t come about until Star Trek: Enterprise. Until then, the writers just avoided the issue.
And now you know! And knowing is half the battle!
Edit: Forgot to mention that Arik Soong is related to Dr. Soong, the guy who created Data, Lore, and B4.
Worf: “We do not discuss it with outsiders.”
- DS9, Trials and Tribble-ations.
Watching Star Trek and Data just said that TV doesn’t last long past 2040.
Neither does pop, rock, heavy metal, or anything outside of jazz and classical, although Klingon opera is probably like death or black metal, and there’s another alien race who has music that sounds like 80s metal.
Also Tom Paris obtains a television so not all hope is lost there.
do people ever have more than one ice cream or is that unjustifiable madness
This doesn’t look like the spaghetti we normally have. *Eyes suspiciously*
what if every time hannibal made a subtle cannibalism joke he just turned and looked at the camera like in the office