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Old December 24th, 2016 #21
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The guy in the thumbnail of the video, sitting on the right, is like a young Le Merchant. A. Wyatt Mann, the cartoonist who created Le Merchant, was a genius. He had the jew pegged.
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Old December 24th, 2016 #22
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That guy probably is a jew.
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Old August 2nd, 2017 #23
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Still, Pacific 201 looks better than the Star Trek: Discovery crap we've seen so far. It looks more like and in the spirit of the Original Series, even though it is a low-budget fan film.


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Anything but. It has a one world view and a semi-imperialist strain where Jews do very well. And above posts have mentioned all the race mixing. I watched the series back in the sixties, and have never seen the other versions. It was a lot of fun, and yes, when you compare it to Lost in Space…God, what a piece of tripe that was.
I remember Mark Goddard, one of the actors in LIS, recalled how he couldn't stop laughing because an episode he was so stupid he couldn't keep a straight face…even the final cut has him smiling.
It quickly became the Dr. Smith and Will Robinson show.

But Star trek also had some, shall we say, right wing moments. Kirk is on a planet where he provides arms (albeit muskets) to a proxy war…shades of Vietnam. Also, one episode has him with a group of whites under constant attack by the 'Chinks', and it turns out it is some kind of alternate universe where the Chinese overran the whites, and the whites are fighting back. Kirk even recovers the white's sacred stars and stripes and quotes the Declaration of Independence or something. A lot of Metro Trekkies really hate that one.

I think, however, of other sci-fi series. There is Stargate SG-1 where Colonel O'Neill and Te'uk are teamed up like Huck Finn and Jim. Also, Farscape, where a lot of wacky looking aliens are at odds with the Peacekeepers, who are always white. One of the aliens has a child by a white Peacekeeper, and a theme of the show is how the son keeps trying to make himself white. Also interesting is that for all the time spent on aliens, the real heart of the series is the American astronaut and Aeron Sun, a white peacekeeper. Real humans always win out over aliens.
Although Aeron Sun is played by Karen Black, and she really looks Jewish (and a tad horsey).
A tenant of sci-fi is an anti-white and universalist world.
As for Kirk and Uhuru's kiss, Roddenberry admits he was very proud of that moment.

Roddenberry also was behind The Lieutenant, a series before Star Trek, about a Lieutenant in the Marines. One episode (with Dennis Hopper) dealt with a 'bigoted Marine' (that was what we said before 'racist' took over) and a…what else? noble black Marine, and how the problem is overcome.
The series only lasted one season, and NBC cut that episode because it was too controversial.
 
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I remember Mark Goddard, one of the actors in LIS, recalled how he couldn't stop laughing because an episode he was so stupid he couldn't keep a straight face...even the final cut has him smiling.
You're probably thinking of 'The Great Vegetable Rebellion,' Lost In Space's next-to-last episode. It guest-starred Stanley Adams, who appeared as Cyrano Jones in Star Trek's 'The Trouble With Tribbles.' In TGVR, he is Tybo, the carrot man leader of the Vegetable Planet. So utterly ridiculous it's hilarious, especially when he turns Dr. Smith into a celery stalk.
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Most Star Trek fan productions are pretty horrid, but an exception is Star Trek Continues. It was an attempt to depict the Enterprise's final year of its 5-year mission before it returned to Earth prior to the events of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Basically a fourth season of the original three-season series. The acting is pretty good, the duplication of original sets, costumes, etc. is spot-on. Some episodes do have the PC preachiness-morality play elements of the original show, but I found it enjoyable for the most part and about the closest thing to an actual Star Trek episode aired by NBC from 1966-69.

https://www.youtube.com/user/StarTrekContinues
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The final two episodes of Star Trek Continues, which wrap up the Enterprise's 5-year mission and set the stage for Star Trek: The Motion Picture.


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Most Star Trek fan productions are pretty horrid, but an exception is Star Trek Continues. It was an attempt to depict the Enterprise's final year of its 5-year mission before it returned to Earth prior to the events of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Basically a fourth season of the original three-season series. The acting is pretty good, the duplication of original sets, costumes, etc. is spot-on. Some episodes do have the PC preachiness-morality play elements of the original show, but I found it enjoyable for the most part and about the closest thing to an actual Star Trek episode aired by NBC from 1966-69.
I agree, not too shabby.

And for the preachiness, in episode 2 there's a short make-you-wanna-puke, feminist scene.

https://youtu.be/4mOpmIFTxkE?t=10m36s

Lolani: What a beautiful ship. And men and women working along-side each other equally.

Dr. McKennah: Well, the Federation sees no differences between rights and abilities of men and women.

Lolani: But biologically and chemically we're different. One gender isn't stronger than the other?

Dr. McKennah: We're each individuals with our own strengths and weaknesses, but we're not defined by our gender.

Lolani: Sounds like a dream - one I've had many a night.

Dr. McKennah: It's a good dream, Lolani - one worth holding on to.

About 50% of that episode has acting about as good as a porn movie, mostly due to Lolani (Fiona Vroom). Dr. McKennah (Michele Specht) isn't too great either, but she's a looker with that beautiful red hair (yes, I know it's most likely fake, at least to a degree).

Also, in episode 3 Dr. McKennah is sleeping with the Asian-ish guy, Hikaru (sp?) (Mirror World).

https://youtu.be/dJf2ovQtI6w?t=20m

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I'm a sucker for redheads too, and thought Dr. Elise McKennah was hot. Michelle Specht is also married to Vic Mignogna who plays Capt. Kirk. One thing some fans were complaining about introducing McKennah's character as Starfleet's first ship's counselor foreshadowing Deanna Troi in Next Generation was that it cut into the Kirk/Spock/McCoy triumvirate, but that didn't bother me too much. I didn't like her race-mixing with Mirror-Sulu, either. Lt. Palmer (Cat Roberts) was a looker, too. Her character originally appeared in 'The Doomsday Machine' episode. And Smith was first seen in 'Where No Man Has Gone Before,' the second TOS pilot episode where the Enterprise first encounters the galactic energy barrier. McKennah, Smith and Drake were all killed off, so that explains their absence from ST:TMP.

Too bad CBS didn't pick up Star Trek Continues instead of that abysmal Star Trek: Discovery. That would have pleased a great many fans if they did.
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I'll be honest. I'm not a big star trek fan or anything. I'm not even a huge sci-fi fan. But I do enjoy watching star trek for entertainment value. Had (((CBS))) picked it up, I may never have heard of it and, if I did, I would have never even watched it. I watch very little (((TV))).

In fact, I only found out about STC from your post above, and I'm glad I did. For the most part, it's pretty damn good and I'm almost done watching the series. It does have a good bit of political correctness, though. Actually, quite a bit.

One of the worst: I just got done watching Episode 7 which is pretty much 90% about "equality" and affirmative action.

Both female characters involved in these scenes pretty much believe that a person who has been denied a job in that past purely on discrimination deserves to be given that job even if he is not qualified for it.

I know it's just a TV show, but it mirrors society. LOTS of people actually hold this belief...LOTS. Yet, just to think it sounds absurd. I mean, just to read what I wrote sounds absurd. But they hold this belief because of emotion, not logic. And as as side note, had I been Cpt. Kirk, I would have denied her a commander position for merely holding such a belief. Holding such a belief alone proves a person is completely inadequate for such a position (well, in a world where one is allowed to hire and rank whomever they please, of course, In the real world, it actually shows complete adequacy since you are sensitive to EEOC laws).

That episode RRRRREALLY got my blood boiling.

But I digress. Despite this, I still like the series so far.

They were smart to disable comments on their vids.

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Here's another quote from one of the STC episodes...

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I agree, Episode 7 'Embracing The Winds' had so much political correctness, I actually didn't finish watching it. However, it was interesting to see Erin Gray, who played Col. Wilma Deering in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century as the Commodore. Same for Episode 9, 'What Ships Are For' guest-starring John de Lancie, who was Q in The Next Generation and Anne Lockhart (Lost In Space's June Lockhart's daughter) from Battlestar Galactica. Also, did you catch Chris Doohan, son of James "Scotty" Doohan in the same role on the series?

If CBS, who currently owns the rights to Star Trek, ever relaxes the restrictions they placed on fan productions, I'd like to see the STC cast do some new episodes set in the movie era wearing the Monster Maroon uniforms seen from Star Trek II:The Wrath of Khan onward. But not in those awful pajama-like outfits from ST:TMP.

As far as the PC in STC goes, this was Vic Mignogna's take on it:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=OQG8X5IHpag
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Ep 9 was the worst as far as PC is concerned.

I didn't notice many of the actors from years past because, like I said, I'm not a huge sci-fi or star trek fan. I probably only watched about half of the original ST series and none of the movies. Anything w/o Shatner, I never saw it.

It's like this: If I'm surfing channel looking for something to watch, and I see that any original ST episodes are playing, I'll gladly watch it. But I'm not a fanatic. But since I rarely watch TV anymore, chances are slim I'll ever watch ST again. The only reason I still have cable is because others in my house still watch it. If it were up to me, it would have been cancelled about a decade ago.
 
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(((William Shatner))) no more needs to be said.
except that he's another (((self-absorbed))) bad actor
rumor was one of his wives deaths was staged as
'accidental'
 
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(((William Shatner))) no more needs to be said.
except that he's another (((self-absorbed))) bad actor
rumor was one of his wives deaths was staged as
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Of the original series cast, Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and Walter Koenig are jews. And George Takei is a homo. Never heard that about Shatner's wife before, I'll have to look into that. As far as his acting goes, he's not called "The Canadian Ham" for nothing.
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Speaking of William Shatner's ham acting, here's his other TV series from the 1980s.

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The agony booth...it's clearly anti-Semitic.


The Agony Booth Is A Most Effective Means Of Discipline
The agonizer Spock used on Chief Kyle was essentially a Taser. I don't think they were invented until the 1970s. I wonder if the Terran Empire had gotten rid of jews by the 23rd century.

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When the Mirror Universe was revisited on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the 24th century, the Terran Empire had been overthrown and conquered by the Klingons, Cardassians and Bajorans, who made humans slaves thanks to "our" Kirk convincing Mirror-Spock to employ the Vulcan IDIC (Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations) philosophy in an attempt to create the communistic United Federation of Planets from our universe. The Terran Empire was anti-Semitic, so it had to be destroyed.
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