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Old 07-07-2008, 03:27 AM
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Yeah, and if he gets bored, he can go play TRON on those arcade thingys!
Hmmm it does look that way...or PAC MAN
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Old 07-07-2008, 05:32 AM
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I think the Trek people should Denounce Trek V as cannon and put it in the same category as Shatner's books.
Although Paramount's official policy is that the movies are canon, Gene Roddenberry (according to the Star Trek Encyclopedia) considered Trek's V and VI to be apochryphal .... V because of the whole Spock's half-brother thing, and VI because he felt it was too militaristic.
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Old 07-24-2008, 12:56 PM
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I got it, the whole 78 deck thing, I rewatched the movie recently, unfortunately, and recall scotty mentioning that Turboshaft 3 was down for maintenance, so, maybe the maintenance was reversing some practical joke that Q, trelene or Crewman X pulled.
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Although Paramount's official policy is that the movies are canon, Gene Roddenberry (according to the Star Trek Encyclopedia) considered Trek's V and VI to be apochryphal .... V because of the whole Spock's half-brother thing, and VI because he felt it was too militaristic.
Ah, darn, I guess we can't watch Star Trek VI anymore now that the Creator hath spoken. Actually, I suppose we are limited to only the Roddenberry-penned episodes of TOS, throw in TMP and the first two season of TNG. The rest of Trek will have to go.

Personally, I'd rather watch Star Trek V over TMP any day, no matter what the Creator told us. Despite its faults, Star Trek V was at least entertaining at times. I can't really say that for Gene Roddenberry's TMP.
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Agreed...to a point.
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