Re-watching the Kelvin Timeline Films, and this is my favorite scene of all three films. The creative team understands Kirk so well.
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Enterprise: "Similitude" Video Analysis
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Star Trek The Next Generation Ruminations S3E21: Hollow Pursuit
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Parody TNG Edit 8 The Passenger
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TOS theme rendition with Roddenberry's (peace be upon him) hauntingly beautiful original lyrics (starts at 1:10)
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I made a Bat'leth! Forged, fabricated, hardened steel, and even (accidentally) christened with a little blood. This is the final video of 4, showing the biggest issue that had to be overcome and the final payoff. Check it out and let me know what you think!
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Gates McFadden and Nana Visitor Q&A (Florida Supercon 2018)
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Star Trek The Next Generation Season 7 - A Captain's Tribute (1994)
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A look at the 1975 Palitoy Star Trek boardgame
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"Explorers" - Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tribute
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"To better ourselves" - Star Trek The Next Generation Tribute
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Star Trek: Celebrating 50 years of Humanism
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ReExamined Blueprints: The Ptolemy Class Starship
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Another Trek prop that spans the generations
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How The Star Trek Timeline Changed After Enterprise and First Contact
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Now That's a Star Trek!
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USS Enterprise's Neck Width
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Discovery Season 2-Episode 6: “The Sounds of Thunder” Trailer
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Back When The Borg Were Scary
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Star Trek Beyond | Magic Carpet Ride
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Star Trek Canon: What Does it Mean? by The Oldest Nerd
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captain archer doesn't look where he's flying
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Star Trek III - Enterprise docking at Spacedock
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Sir Patrick Stewart on Returning to Star Trek | This Morning
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A Review for Balance of Terror, a episode of Star Trek the original series widely considered to be one of the best. The Enterprise must decide on its response when a Romulan ship makes a destructively hostile armed probe of Federation territory.
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My personal pick for the Picard show theme
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Yeah Nemesis mostly sucked, but I did enjoy this line by Picard: "Like a thousand other commanders on a thousand other battlefields. I wait for the dawn."
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Proof that Holographic Communication Was Possible Before Deep Space 9
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The Federation is like Root Beer
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Tamara Deverrell, Production Designer on Discovery, on disability and accessibility in Star Trek
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