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Star Trek Trivia - Guess the Quote

 
 
Reply Thu 20 Jan, 2005 01:12 pm
If you can place the quotation, then post a quotation of your own. Remember to identify which series the quote is from.

From TOS (The Orginal Series):

"FDR confers with slum area angel."
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Fri 21 Jan, 2005 09:26 pm
Re: Star Trek Trivia - Guess the Quote
Brandon9000 wrote:
If you can place the quotation, then post a quotation of your own. Remember to identify which series the quote is from.

From TOS (The Orginal Series):

"FDR confers with slum area angel."


_City on the Edge of Forever_

From TOS:

"Too much of anything, even Love, isn't necessarily a good thing"
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Sat 22 Jan, 2005 06:24 pm
Re: Star Trek Trivia - Guess the Quote
Quite right.

rosborne979 wrote:

From TOS:

"Too much of anything, even Love, isn't necessarily a good thing"

Captain Kirk to Lt. Uhura in "The Trouble With Tribbles."

I guess you have to say that it's right before I can proceed, just like the Guess the Movie game in Film.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Sat 22 Jan, 2005 08:39 pm
Re: Star Trek Trivia - Guess the Quote
Brandon9000 wrote:
Quite right.

rosborne979 wrote:

From TOS:

"Too much of anything, even Love, isn't necessarily a good thing"

Captain Kirk to Lt. Uhura in "The Trouble With Tribbles."

I guess you have to say that it's right before I can proceed, just like the Guess the Movie game in Film.


That's correct.

How 'bout we make the rule that you can proceed with the next quote if you are certain of your answer, and if you get it wrong and proceed anyway, you have to grovel sheepishly and beg forgiveness Wink That might make the game move along faster.
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Sun 23 Jan, 2005 02:50 am
Well, the thing is, rosborne, some people would probably be certain and wrong frequently, don't you think?

This is from TOS:

"And you're beginning to sound like a doctor, bartender."
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jespah
 
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Reply Sun 23 Jan, 2005 07:41 am
OOh, the doctor/bartender quote is from The Cage. Tres obscure. If I'm right, please, someone else can take my turn. If I'm wrong, uh, never mind. :-D

Good idea for a game.
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Sun 23 Jan, 2005 11:12 am
jespah wrote:
OOh, the doctor/bartender quote is from The Cage. Tres obscure. If I'm right, please, someone else can take my turn. If I'm wrong, uh, never mind. :-D

Good idea for a game.
'Yes, it is from "The Cage," and also, I believe the adaptation into "The Menagerie." I wish you would take a turn yourself, but since you don't wish to:

From TOS:

"I object to you. I object to intellect without discipline, I object
to power without constructive purpose."
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 12:51 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
From TOS:

"I object to you. I object to intellect without discipline, I object
to power without constructive purpose."


It sounds like something Kirk said to Trellane in _Squire of Gothos_. Was it the courtroom scene?
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 12:57 pm
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
From TOS:

"I object to you. I object to intellect without discipline, I object
to power without constructive purpose."


It sounds like something Kirk said to Trellane in _Squire of Gothos_. Was it the courtroom scene?

Close enough. It is something that Spock said to Trelane as Trelane was showing them his house. It was in response to a statement by Trelane that was something like, "Ah, Mr. Spock disapproves of me!"
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:01 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
From TOS:

"I object to you. I object to intellect without discipline, I object
to power without constructive purpose."


It sounds like something Kirk said to Trellane in _Squire of Gothos_. Was it the courtroom scene?

Close enough. It is something that Spock said to Trelane as Trelane was showing them his house. It was in response to a statement by Trelane that was something like, "Ah, Mr. Spock disapproves of me!"


Ah yes, it does sound more like a Spock quote now that you say it.

Shall I go ahead with another quote?
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:03 pm
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
From TOS:

"I object to you. I object to intellect without discipline, I object
to power without constructive purpose."


It sounds like something Kirk said to Trellane in _Squire of Gothos_. Was it the courtroom scene?

Close enough. It is something that Spock said to Trelane as Trelane was showing them his house. It was in response to a statement by Trelane that was something like, "Ah, Mr. Spock disapproves of me!"


Ah yes, it does sound more like a Spock quote now that you say it.

Shall I go ahead with another quote?

Of course, you were correct!
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:10 pm
From TNG:

"I can assure you, this is as real as your 'so-called' reality gets"

(this may be a bit of a paraphrase, but it should be pretty close)
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:22 pm
rosborne979 wrote:
From TNG:

"I can assure you, this is as real as your 'so-called' reality gets"

(this may be a bit of a paraphrase, but it should be pretty close)

After Q brings the Enterprise into its first contact with the Borg in "Q Who?" I believe it is in response to Captain Picard saying something like, "Please tell us that this is one of your illusions."
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:29 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
rosborne979 wrote:
From TNG:

"I can assure you, this is as real as your 'so-called' reality gets"

(this may be a bit of a paraphrase, but it should be pretty close)

After Q brings the Enterprise into its first contact with the Borg in "Q Who?" I believe it is in response to Captain Picard saying something like, "Please tell us that this is one of your illusions."


Bullseye. Smile

I'm not sure our success at this says good things about the amount of time we spend in front of the TV though Confused
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 01:40 pm
Well this really reflects our viewing habits in decades past. We're much smarter now.

From TOS:

"You were the one thing in my life untouched by what I'd done."
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 02:01 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
Well this really reflects our viewing habits in decades past. We're much smarter now.

From TOS:

"You were the one thing in my life untouched by what I'd done."


Kodos the executioner, to his daughter (the next generation of killer). I can't remember the name of the episode though.
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 02:09 pm
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
Well this really reflects our viewing habits in decades past. We're much smarter now.

From TOS:

"You were the one thing in my life untouched by what I'd done."


Kodos the executioner, to his daughter (the next generation of killer). I can't remember the name of the episode though.

The episode title is "The Conscience of the King," a reference to "Hamlet." His daughter's name is Lenore, played, I believe, by Barbara Anderson.

You're up.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 02:13 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
The episode title is "The Conscience of the King," a reference to "Hamlet." His daughter's name is Lenore, played, I believe, by Barbara Anderson.

You're up.


TOS:

"Go to your quarters, or I'll pick you up and carry you there."

(just saw the episode yesterday on reruns. It seems my current choice of TV time is no different than when I was a kid Wink )
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 02:34 pm
rosborne979 wrote:
Brandon9000 wrote:
The episode title is "The Conscience of the King," a reference to "Hamlet." His daughter's name is Lenore, played, I believe, by Barbara Anderson.

You're up.


TOS:

"Go to your quarters, or I'll pick you up and carry you there."

(just saw the episode yesterday on reruns. It seems my current choice of TV time is no different than when I was a kid Wink )

Shatner to Robert Walker Jr. (Charlie) in "Charlie X."
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jan, 2005 02:56 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
Shatner to Robert Walker Jr. (Charlie) in "Charlie X."


Yup. Too easy I guess. You're up.
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