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It's the thirteenth Star Trek film ever and if that wasn't pressure enough, we do see Chekov (Anton Yelchin) lecturing an alien guest at Kirk's Please try again later. Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) also toasts “to absent friends,” in Star . containing lyrics) actually gets the majority of the shout-outs here. For example by Captain Kirk at the end of Star Trek VI: The PICARD: Starfleet was founded to seek out new life well, there it sits! Waiting. When Janeway lands her ship, it can take off again. Janeway says "I Never worries about meeting a son she never knew she had. Kirk looked good in The highest field commision Picard ever gave out was "Acting Ensign." Cheese He doesn't sing at all and talking through the lyrics of a song just doesn't cut it. Elroch.
Gene Roddenberry second from the left seemed happy to take this photo -- and half of the royalties from the "Star Trek" theme song. First comes William Shatner intoning, "Space, the final frontier," followed by his monologue backed by triumphant horns about the " Star Trek " mission to "explore strange new worlds The original series aired more than 40 years ago for only three seasons, but the theme song is a classic and still instantly recognizable.
The "Star Trek" theme is memorable despite the fact that besides the monologue, there are no words -- and that's the way composer Alexander Courage intended it. But series creator Gene Roddenberry did write lyrics for the theme song, although he never had plans to record them or use them on the show.
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Roddenberry's move infuriated Courage, who swore never to work on "Star Trek" again. Theme song-composing work generally doesn't pay very well -- most contracts are royalty-heavy, which means that the bulk of the money comes rolling in per episode. The more episodes that air, the more lucrative the contract.Timbaland feat. Katy Perry - If We Ever Meet Again
Hopes apparently weren't very high for "Star Trek," because the producers had a tough time finding a composer. They finally hired Courage, who took a chance on the show, which had been running for a few seasons and would possibly make it to syndication, where the big bucks are little did he know!
The composer and the lyricist usually split the royalties down the middle, but because there were no lyrics, the spoils would all go to Courage. All lifeforms in the Delta Quadrant speak perfect English.
Her engineer does not wear a bananna clip over her eyes. Slouches in her chair even in critical life-threatening moments. Doesn't have a Counselor on board thank God!
Her telepath only lives nine years.
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Janeway heard the words "boldly go where no man er, woman has gone before" and took them to the extreme. Every point in the universe instantaneously?
Picard tells alien cultures, "I hope our two cultures will one day come to a greater understanding. Picard's holo-characters want to kill him. Janeway's Security Chief would never grow a ponytail.
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The high point of Enterprise cuisine were scrambled eggs that only Worf could stomach. Janeway doesn't have to point which way to go when they set off. Maintains an elaborate hairdo that would baffle even Princess Leia. The highest field commision Picard ever gave out was "Acting Ensign.
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I can't help myself! Hugs her Vulcan from time to time. Has a more manly voice. Doesn't have a starship that splits in half when it's in a tight spot. Has a dog and a significant other, not some damn fish! Had sex with a crewmember and "might have initiated it. Ok, this one's debatable. At least she doesn't have to yell "Hot! Her ship has neat-looking folding warp nacelles. Her CONN officer can use contractions. Her first officer has a halucinogenic device. Her Security Officer draws his phaser at the first hint of trouble.
Picard's Security Officer gets beat up by half the aliens that come aboard. Hostile aliens surrounding her, half the crew are spies, the nearest help is 75 years away, and she's still kept the ship together.
None of the crew members' relatives have ever tried to take over the ship, invade the Federation, steal a starship, or enslave all humankind. To help her relax, Janeway's first officer helps her contact her spirit guide. Picard's first officer helps him get.
Riker never smiled at Picard that way. Q asked Janeway to run away with him and she refused. Q asked Picard's girlfriend to run away with him and she accepted.