does anyone know what episode of star trek tng this quote is from?
data: He must have died in his sleep worf: What a terrible way to die.
The Star Trek: The Next Generation episode you are referring to is called “The Royale”, from season two. It’s a fun episode generally, and guest stars Noble Willingham, best known for his role as C.D. Parker in Walker, Texas Ranger. Your reproduction of the quote is almost entirely accurate – however, it is Riker who mentions, “Looks like the poor devil died in his sleep.” One cannot help loving Worf’s response: “What a terrible way to die!”
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Anyone remember which Star Trek movie this quote is from, and what is the exact quote is?
I remember in one of the original movies there was a quote like “there are billions of universes with billions of planets and if just one in a billion planets are like earth then there are billions of earth like planets out there” or something along the lines of the probability of earth like planets. I swear it was Dr. McCoy that said it too. I searched Internet Movie Data Base but I didn’t see it. Can anyone tell me?
YES…that first one is it! Thanks Captain!
I’m not sure, but I think you’re looking for the following quote – “In this galaxy, there’s a mathematical probability of three million Earth-type planets. And, in all the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all of that – and perhaps more – only one of each of us. . . . Don’t destroy the one named ‘Kirk’.”
This quote was said by Dr. McCoy in the Star Trek:The Original Series Episode, “Balence of Terror”. It’s really a spectacular episode, and stars Mark Lenard as the Romulan Commander. Later, he went on to play Sarek, Spock’s father.
I hope this helps. I’ve attached a link to memory-alpha, the Star Trek wiki, about the episode. The quote and it’s context are found near the end of the page under the heading of “Memorable Quotes”.
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I’m looking for a website that I came across a few years ago. It is primarily a Data fanfiction site (Lt. Commander Data from Star Trek) that also had his brother Lore featured. There were only a few stories on it about either character but I can’t seem to find it at all. A big clue to the website I’m talking about has a feature of sounds and quotes from the characters as soon as you go on to the site. If anyone could help me find it, I would appreciate it very much. Thank you.
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Who’s stronger in Star Trek… vulcans, klingons, androids etc?
Hi I was wondering what the thoughts are on the relative strength ratings of star trek species… My ideas so far in order of strongest to weakest…
Androids — Data was the only character to easily handle the borg in combat where even Worf had to use a knife. He’s also bullet proof.
Vulcans/Romulans — Vulcans have been actually quoted as being three times as strong as humans (DS9 baseball episode) and Spock can easily kick Kirk’s ass and Kirk can at least hold his own with a Klingon. Spock has shown being able to punch a hole in metal or karate chop a lead pipe in two.
Klingons, Jem’Hadar, maybe Cardassians — The warrior races I don’t believe are as strong physically as Vulcans though are probably more durable. Klingons have multiple redundancies in their organ systems, and all three of them have exoskeletons in some way. I think Worf quoted Klingons being twice as strong as humans, though as we see in Search for Spock even an adolescent Vulcan can easily overpower a Klingon.
Humans — Default strength though not without their own feats in combat obviously.
Betazeds — Just think bad thoughts and they’ll rub their temples and say something like “I sense hostility” which makes them easy to blindside.
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