OMG! If I wasn't a trekkie, I'd have no idea what all of those references were to.Gene Rodennberry wrote a lot of good stories. My favorite was the one where a giant hamburger pizza creature was plaguing a mining operation and Spock did a mind meld with it. Then McCoy mended it's wound from a phaser burn with some kind of silica concrete paste or something. "Damit Jim I'm a doctor not a brick mason".
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My son is a TNG fan and thinks Kirk was a Trogledite. But he did give me this shirt for Fathers Day one year. I said "thanks son but you know I don't wear red shirts". He said "yup I knew that when I bought it, so I'll never have to see it".
We're both fans of 7 of 10. And we really like Q episodes of TNG. "Mr Warf, eat any good books lately?" And the ever popular "I protest I am not a Merry Man!!" lol
Happy Valley is very well done; last part of the theme song:Here's two more to add to the mix if you like good British TV
Happy Valley - Police drama set in a fictional english city featuring Sarah Lancashire, one of our best actresses. The hunt for a violent psychopath.
Blue Lights - Police drama set in Northern Ireland. Only seen one series so far but very well written.
Also just started episode 1 of "A Town Called Malice". Set in 1980's London and Spain. So far brilliant, and especially so if you like 1980's music which is central to the enjoyment.