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Desc:Even though the studio didn't see fit to pass along her fan mail, she decided to carry on.
Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:star trek, black people, Uhura, Martin Luther King Jr., nichelle nichols
Submitted:Clever Name
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Is anyone else really irritated by the fact that they used the Next Generation music to introduce an original cast member? Does anyone else eat cold Chef Boyardee right out of the can and look with envy upon a little baby for having so recently touched a woman's breast?
Clever Name
Before there was a next generation, that was the music from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.


Not that I'd be bearded enough to know anything about that.

I recently re-saw ST:Motion picture. I was surprised to see that the end credit title was the actual ST:TNG title.

Not enough of a trekkie to have known that at the time.

I don't know how to rate this. It's awfully boring.
You're boring.

What, no "charming negress" tag?
It should be pointed out that the best captain on the best Trek was a black guy. MLK Jr would have been a happy little Niner.
Goofy Gorilla
MLK was a nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnerd!
Tuan Jim
Dang, imagine having MLK jr say, "You can't do that."

Also, what a fucking honor it must have been to have him say that your show was the only one he allowed his children to watch.
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