SenilePlacebo Why don't you try your, uh...errrrr vulcan nerve pinch?
They both sound a little senile. And bored.
mouser That show was absolutely fabulous for many reasons.
- For all it's worth, this animated series' backdrops recaptured the cheesyness of the papier-maché sets of the original series.
- The cell animation recaptured the stillness of hazed-out looks of both original actors.
- The inanity of the dialogs reproduced the essence of the plots of the original series.
-1 star because we didn't get to see Kirk rip off his shirt, battle a rubbersaurus nor inter-racially make out with some green goddess.
kingarthur "No, seriously, Spock. I mean it. How does this keep happening?"
This conversation was quickly followed by "Would you put your brain in a robot body?"
Meerkat Right after this scene, Kirk tries to contact the disembodied Uhura voice that is the goddess of the planet.
"Kirk to Entity. Kirk to Entity."
Doomstein Loved this show when I was a kid. Nickelodeon in the 80's ruled.
Blaise Loved this show when I was a kid. NBC in the 70's ruled.
Corman's Inferno I love the "Oh, not THIS again" expression of the alien in the background.
Spit Spingola Nice stilted dialog. I wish they'd caricatured Kirk and Spock a little instead of making them look like the action figures that all used the same mold. Star Trek just isn't the same without Shatner's weird facial expressions. Hanna Barbera/Filmation were so boring but I enjoyed this short clip.
athodyd "Star Trek just isn't the same without Shatner's weird facial expressions."