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Re: [vox] [OT] A history of enterprises

good golly, i must have missed the show finale.

i didn't have a TV for almost a decade.  any star trek or x-files that i
watched was at a friend's house, so i imagine there are quite a few
later STTNG's that i haven't seen.

now i *really* want to watch this episode.  it sounds cool...


begin Mark K. Kim <markslist@cbreak.org> 
> On Wed, 10 Apr 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > i don't remember riker ever officially being the
> > captain of the enterprise (except when piccard was turned into locutus).
> As I recall, that was the last episode of STTNG, where Picard was in the
> future, Riker came to his aid with the good ol' 1701-D, salvaged from the
> junkyard and retrofitted with the modern weapons that could destroy the
> entire klingon (or was it romulan?) warship with a single phaser blast.
> It was a very cool and memorable scene.
> BTW, one of the startrek novels, Imzadi, has Data commanding Enterprise
> 1701-F (or was it E?).  The webmaster either missed that or didn't want to
> use it.
> -Mark
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