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Thank you for loving Star Trek as much as we do. Here are the highlights from the online conversation from the last week in October.
No one says sabo-tazh quite as memorably as James T. Kirk.— Christine (@ChristineML1) October 30, 2016
One of the many memorable things James T. Kirk says.
I love seeing Orion appear in our skies in Autumn. Like an old friend. #allstartrek— Elvis Badgerchap (@ElvisBadgerchap) October 30, 2016
Like an old friend with great timing!
Enterprise beam down the cocktail sauce #allstartrek— Out Of This World (@50Trek) October 30, 2016
Our kind of spcaeship.
Coming soon to a department store near you.
When you live on a frontier planet you start saying things like "ah reckon." #allstartrek— 크리스 (@SaphyreSilver) October 31, 2016
#allstartrek If you believe in yourself, the false eyelashes will appear!— Daniel Stachnik (@DStachnik) October 31, 2016
We got so many tweets about the hair styles in this episode.
Good to know the Target registry has already reached its acme here in the present. #allstartrek— Mark McDermott (@HeyMcDermott) October 31, 2016
You don't see much tap-dancing in science fiction. #allstartrek— 크리스 (@SaphyreSilver) October 31, 2016
Unfortunately, you are right. Not much tap dancing in sci-fi.
Deep Space Nine: A Sitcom
#allstartrek— Carey Johnson (@CareyJohnson919) October 31, 2016
Can't tell if kira is wearing pj's/nighty or a uniform :)
This is my first time watching Star Trek: Voyager. It seems to be about actors' foreheads as the final frontier of makeup. #allstartrek— Jake Christensen (@ChildeJake) October 31, 2016
Welcome to Star Trek: Voyager.
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