Favorite Moments in TNG

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Favorite Moments in TNG

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I just got Season 3, which has one of my favorite TNG moments:

Lwaxana, perched on Picard's lap, blows a regretful kiss to DaiMon Tog.

Majel Barrett was wonderful as Lwaxana. IMO she stole the show any time she was in the episode.

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I'm not sure, but I think it was the first time in the entire franchise that an expletive was used;

Saucer section is veering out of orbit..

Lt. Commander Data: "Ooooh s**t!"
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Locutus saying "Resistance is futile".

Lwaxana Troi showing up for her wedding naked.

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Ah, that time Picard shoved Wesley out the airlock....
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Merle wrote:Ah, that time Picard shoved Wesley out the airlock....


LOL! Bad Merle!

When Riker was assigned to the Klingon ship. His interaction with the Klingon ladies.

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Bmat wrote:
Merle wrote:Ah, that time Picard shoved Wesley out the airlock....


LOL! Bad Merle!


Really! It would have been better to just use the transporter. Much less mess for the maintenance guys to clean up.... :twisted:
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Yes, but a holodeck accident...now that's creative.

And hard to prove. :thumright:

I enjoyed when Data would go off on a tangent whenever someone would mention a concept he was unfamiliar with. Usually in the first season of the show, In later seasons it wasn't seen much.

For example, someone would say "That was sarcasm, Data," and he'd be all "Ah, sarcasm. A cutting, often ironic remark intended to wound. A form of wit. A comment including contempt or ridicule..."

Until someone (usually Picard,) would say "That's enough, Data."
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Now, was that quoted expletive from the movie "Generations"?
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to open it and remove all doubt."
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I believe so. But again, as far as I know, that was the first expletive. But then again, there was the banter between Kirk and Spock in "The Voyage Home" on the bus when the punk-rocker wouldn't turn down his radio.
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Boikat wrote:I believe so. But again, as far as I know, that was the first expletive. But then again, there was the banter between Kirk and Spock in "The Voyage Home" on the bus when the punk-rocker wouldn't turn down his radio.



I remember that scene. Also when Spock was trying out slang and overdid it- probably the same episode.

Speaking of TOS, or maybe one of the early movies- when Bones was walking through a hospital and talked about how barbaric the treatments were. And when Scotty tried to address the computer verbally, then realized he needed to use the mouse- and tried speaking into it. :lol:

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Bmat wrote:Speaking of TOS, or maybe one of the early movies- when Bones was walking through a hospital and talked about how barbaric the treatments were. And when Scotty tried to address the computer verbally, then realized he needed to use the mouse- and tried speaking into it. :lol:

Both scenes were in ST4: The Voyage Home.

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Post by aldan »

Yep...
"It is better to keep your mouth shut and to appear stupid than
to open it and remove all doubt."
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