Many aliens with strange prosthetics managed to turn heads. Regardless of how many times the Borg threatened to assimilate other species or how many planets narrowly escaped annihilation, the strongest motivation for courage was always the bond between crew members, despite differences and past conflicts.
Spock made a bad haircut and pointy ears attractive.
urged her to stay—she was, after all, a groundbreaking actress and character. Count on many hours of cuddling while catching up on the Star Trek collection. There’s a phrase for almost every occasion: “Make it so…Highly illogical…Engage…Resistance is futile…I’m givin’ her all she’s got, Captain…Set phasers to stun…I’m a doctor, not a ______! You can debate the merits (or non-merits) of Pon Farr. One of the most iconic phrases in television history—“To boldly go where no man [or no one] has gone before”—this is not a bad motto for a budding romantic relationship. You can evaluate the wooing techniques of Star Trek’s most notorious ladies men.
With hundreds of viewing hours available from the numerous TV series and motion pictures, you’ll never be without something to watch together on Friday nights. This is the Vulcan mating ritual, which (on the downside) happens once every seven years, but (on the upside) includes fierce passion. From coffee cups to action figures, socks to underwear, your Trekkie lover will be delighted to receive another item for the memorabilia collection. See what can you learn–or avoid–by watching womanizers Captain James T.
Watch the episode “Amok Time” from the original series, and then discuss. Kirk (the original series), First Officer William Riker (The Next Generation), Dr. In fact, every challenging situation is less troubling when you’re tackling them together.
Julian Bashir (Deep Space Nine), and Lieutenant Tom Paris (Voyager). (See “The Trouble with Tribbles” from the original series.) 12.
September 8, 1966, marked the beginning of a major cultural shift in the U. There’s no official count of how many people call themselves “Trekkies” (or “Trekkers,” as the most ardent devotees prefer).
That’s when the first episode of the original Star Trek television series aired. Spock, Scotty, and Uhura, the original incarnation struggled to gain ratings, but it grew into a wildly popular worldwide phenomenon.