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You can send only one SciFi actor to space - who do you send?
Leonard Nimoy 38%  38%  [ 3 ]
Nichelle Nichols 13%  13%  [ 1 ]
Patrick Stewart 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Brent Spiner 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Marina Sirtis 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Chris Pine 13%  13%  [ 1 ]
Zachary Quinto 13%  13%  [ 1 ]
Zoe Saldana 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Avery Brooks 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Alan Tudyk 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Chris Pratt 25%  25%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 8

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16 Oct 2021, 12:17 pm

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Babybird wants to send me to the Moon like Ralph wanted to send Alice to the Moon :P


I was wondering ...in which way she meant it. :lol:



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16 Oct 2021, 12:37 pm

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She was the black crewmember on Star Trek.


Lt. Uhuru?

She almost dropped out of the cast, but someone persuaded her to stay. That someone was Marten Luther King Jr..

Because she stayed she is still a role model for both Blacks, and for girls, today. So she would be the most socially significant of the list IMHO.

The first interracial kiss on tv was her and Kirk.


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16 Oct 2021, 12:45 pm

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My ex used to watch Star Trek and I couldn't stand it so I always left the room. It seemed like a really stupid show.

I remember complaining about the women all wearing such short skirts. My ex said that (apparently) they had a limited costume budget and couldn't afford enough fabric for longer dresses on the women. With my rapier wit I asked why they didn't make the men wear short skirts to save money, too?

He didn't have an answer for that.

I pick Nichelle to go to space. She looks like a smart woman.



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16 Oct 2021, 12:54 pm

Miniskirts were in style at that time.

Men used to wear very short shorts playing in the NBA—till the 80s.



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16 Oct 2021, 12:56 pm

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Miniskirts were in style at that time.

Men used to wear very short shorts playing in the NBA—till the 80s.


So maybe the men should have worn short shorts?



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16 Oct 2021, 12:56 pm

Chris Pratt, why because he sucks. I do like his character though, Star Lord.


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16 Oct 2021, 1:04 pm

No way that would have sold in the 1960s.

Forget about this gender stuff. If you look at Star Trek objectively, I believe most people would like it. Forget that it was associated with your boyfriend.



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16 Oct 2021, 1:13 pm

IsabellaLinton wrote:
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My ex used to watch Star Trek and I couldn't stand it so I always left the room. It seemed like a really stupid show.

I remember complaining about the women all wearing such short skirts. My ex said that (apparently) they had a limited costume budget and couldn't afford enough fabric for longer dresses on the women. With my rapier wit I asked why they didn't make the men wear short skirts to save money, too?

He didn't have an answer for that.

I pick Nichelle to go to space. She looks like a smart woman.

I heard it was because women were free to wear what they wanted without people judging them for it “in the future.”None of that “she was asking for it because she dressed that way.”It was about empowerment ,to wear what you wanted without getting molested.
Star Trek had morals , some of the episodes are pretty deep.


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16 Oct 2021, 6:10 pm

Chris Pine


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16 Oct 2021, 10:19 pm

Let's send the OP to space - the final frontier :D
I'll join up later.



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16 Oct 2021, 10:21 pm

Misslizard wrote:
IsabellaLinton wrote:
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My ex used to watch Star Trek and I couldn't stand it so I always left the room. It seemed like a really stupid show.

I remember complaining about the women all wearing such short skirts. My ex said that (apparently) they had a limited costume budget and couldn't afford enough fabric for longer dresses on the women. With my rapier wit I asked why they didn't make the men wear short skirts to save money, too?

He didn't have an answer for that.

I pick Nichelle to go to space. She looks like a smart woman.

I heard it was because women were free to wear what they wanted without people judging them for it “in the future.”None of that “she was asking for it because she dressed that way.”It was about empowerment ,to wear what you wanted without getting molested.
Star Trek had morals , some of the episodes are pretty deep.


Lieutenanat Ohura was HELLA SEXY!! !! :heart: As sexy as Raquel Welch!



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16 Oct 2021, 10:31 pm

Misslizard wrote:
IsabellaLinton wrote:
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My ex used to watch Star Trek and I couldn't stand it so I always left the room. It seemed like a really stupid show.

I remember complaining about the women all wearing such short skirts. My ex said that (apparently) they had a limited costume budget and couldn't afford enough fabric for longer dresses on the women. With my rapier wit I asked why they didn't make the men wear short skirts to save money, too?

He didn't have an answer for that.

I pick Nichelle to go to space. She looks like a smart woman.

I heard it was because women were free to wear what they wanted without people judging them for it “in the future.”None of that “she was asking for it because she dressed that way.”It was about empowerment ,to wear what you wanted without getting molested.
Star Trek had morals , some of the episodes are pretty deep.


Ultra minis were all the rave at the time the first star treks got on television. Typically 1960's.



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16 Oct 2021, 10:35 pm

Towards the end of the 1960s, an even shorter version of the mini skirt, called the microskirt or micro-mini, emerged. Extremely short skirts, some as much as eight inches above the knee, were observed in Britain in the summer of 1962.

Paramount Television produced Star Trek from January 1968 to June 1969. Star Trek aired on NBC from September 8, 1966, to June 3, 1969....thus, the short skirts.



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17 Oct 2021, 1:55 am

Uhura’s uniform wasn’t quite “micro.”



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17 Oct 2021, 2:59 am

only one?? zzzjeez

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