|Above: Worf's mighty Klingon brow|
once disguised this be-polo'd nerd.
|William Shatner, best known as the|
Priceline Negotiator actually originated
the role of Captain Kirk. Who knew?
|Ok, I'm a little ashamed.|
|Sure, Lore was evil, but at least he|
could carry on a conversation.
Sure, I guess there's always the internet (Paramount is surprisingly cool about fans with green screens and ill-fitting uniforms making their own Star Trek shows), but it would be nice to see some TNG Star Trek that wasn't produced in some guy's laundry room.
|If your babysitter can team up with your 7th grade math teacher|
to make their own Star Trek show, why can't Michael Dorn have a go at it?
As much as I love classic Spock, I maintain that including Leonard Nimoy in the 2009 movie or its sequel is a bit of a plot hole and a clean re-boot would have been a better idea. You see Spock Prime comes from the future (of the future, still with me?) and in his long life has made use of like 15 different methods of time travel (one of which he invented himself) which he could very easily use to save his mother, the planet Vulcan and restore the timeline to its original pre-Eric Bana condition. It's what you're supposed do when someone screws with history, and don't give me any of that 'alternate-reality' crap either, I know of which I speak.