5 stars just for Charles Napier as a space hippie.
This clip is a textbook example of why I always preferred the original Star Trek over Next Generation: the original series had a bunch of psychedelic stuff in it, and Next Generation had 1,000,000 episodes of Data wearing a Sherlock Holmes hat.
When you're high and you have the choice of two similar TV shows, always go with the groovier of the two, I say.
Pure CGI? What Next Generation were you watching?
|Caminante Nocturno |
The trouble Kirk got into when he was young involved getting dressed while escaping an angry father.
I love how that futuristic musical instrument perfectly replicates the sound of an ancient guitar.
That's some shitty-ass white boy blues too. I bet the British space hippies play better space-guitar.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
Oh man, that was perfect on so many levels.
synthecoccus novae virus = Space Hippy Syphilis
5'd because the hippies die from eating highly acidic fruit on their little hippie back-to-the-earth trip.
Worth it for Spock's entrance alone. He just brings it so hard.
Five stars for THIGHS. Needs a "miniskirts" tag.
|Janusian Soul |
I can't take the bald guy seriously when he has a daisy tattooed on his scalp.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
You know that Spock just wants to smack the crap out of that orange haired guy.
Not as good as the Sound Of Feeling episode, but close.
|Syd Midnight |
This episode is probably my earliest TV memory. At the time, the only thing I comprehended was "apples are sometimes poisonous", which bothered me greatly.
Then the Rockford Files came on which meant I had to go to bed.
So how hippie do you have to be to be a hippie in the feel-good Star Trek universe?
I love the look Spock gets as he sits down to jam with the leggy blond and her mag-wheel bass.
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