6/05/2014

Official Star Trek Convention (2011) , , (Source)
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This week's "Caption This!" is from Star Trek. Last time's caption winner is L. Diane Wolfe!

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  • "No crossovers with TMNT's Shredder, please." - Tony Laplume
  • "Because the builder used helium, Optimus Prime was asked not to speak..." - Alex J. Cavanaugh
  • "Transforms into a hot air balloon Or capital building. Same thing." - @randomize27
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16 comments:

Pat Dilloway said...

I'm largely plagiarizing this one:

Patrick Stewart: Well at least one of us stayed in shape.

Pat Dilloway said...

This one isn't plagiarized:

Kate Mulgrew: At least one of us still has most of her original hair.

Nigel Mitchell said...

I stopped playing Tic TAC Toe after that movie.

Nigel Mitchell said...

Lol, you'd think so

John Garrett said...

I always got the order of the Defcon levels wrong. I remember playing a Commodore 64 game called Defcon that seemed to be inspired by Wargames. I screwed that up, too. Aw, shucks.


If anyone watches the show "The Americans", it's set in the 80's, and the Russian spies are just now tripping onto ArpaNet and the kind of damage computer code can do. I'm surprised they never mentioned this movie on there.


Also, you will chuckle at the 5" floppy discs...ahhh, memories...

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Tattoo on her chest reads - Where no man has gone before...

LDianeWolfe said...

Oh my God, that's mine! LOL Thank you very much. Naturally, I'm drawing a total blank on the current photo.

M Pax said...

We boldly went.

That's a great photo.

Sami Jaman said...

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Al Diaz said...

Pat Dilloway took the words out of my mouth. That's exactly what I was thinking, hahaha.

Tyrean Martinson said...

Kate: The only officer with class and a dress. Why didn't the guys tell me it was jeans and a black shirt day, and not a black dress event?

Tony Laplume said...

Old is the new Trek.

Nox said...

They used to be, it was a good place for them to recruit but recent policy change has meant they are now distancing themselves. Perhaps they got to close and were giving more information then they were gaining.

erictan said...

I don't buy the million-dollar set factoid. This is the early 80s. Back in the late 70s James Bond movies had massive sets at Pinewood Studios, including the interior of a tanker housing two nuclear submarines and a monorail for The Spy Who Loved Me, a set that must have cost much more than the NORAD set.
Or maybe British set designers and set construction crew are cheaper.

marksinister said...

4 captains? No no no there was only 3 captains in Star Trek. You can't count enterpise as a show come on now! And a space station isn't a ship.

Anonymous said...

Ah well we made it to the convention but captAins archer and sisko are still in the wormhole prior to using 21st century traffic and doing a quick change into casuals.

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