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Old 03-25-2008, 02:37 PM
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What Enterprise do you like more?
The Enterprise D or the "All Good Things" Version?
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The standard Galaxy-class Enterprise-D.

That alternate future Galaxy-class is too fanboyish for my taste. The third nacelle and the underslung super-duper deluxe mega phaser cannon is too much, IMO...
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Well Actually some ships with 3 nacelles were around before Gene Roddenberry created the rule, they were called Dreadnoughts. But this doesen't apply to The "All Good Things" Enterprise, I have no idea what they were thinking, maybe they thought that since Gene was Dead they could get away with it.
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U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D (original configuration of course!)
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U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D (original configuration of course!)
Same here Quark.
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I like the Generations one better.
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I like the Generations one better.
Wasn't that just the 10" model they made for TNG first season?
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Original D all the way.
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Wasn't that just the 10" model they made for TNG first season?
Oh, I was talking about the interiors. The exterior of the ENT-D was the same for the series and the movie. The model in the movie was just touched up and re-painted.
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Excatly the same thing that they did for the Movie Enterprise/Enterprise-A, they just repainted the model they've been using since TMP, beleive it or not after TMP the set was vandalized(as are most movie sets) and the model was stolen, so they had to take the time and money to fix the set and to repaint the model. They've re-used the Enterprise Refit bridge so much, it's not even funny.... ok now I'm Rammbling...
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