TO ALL STAR-TREK FANS, will you take a challenge for our beloved fandom?
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Question, question:Which character of Star Trek do you think goes better with each Beatles or post-Beatles song?Question, question: by 9Nine--souls
For now I have:
Kirk: "Across The Universe" (Obvius reasons)
Picard: "In My Life" (He's older than Kirk)
Riker: "Stawberry Fields Forever (Every episode directed by Jonathan Frakes is like 'Always know sometimes I think it's me, but you know I know when it's a dream!')
Geordi: "Blackbird" (...)
Data: "Because" (The way he looks at the world)
Bev*: "Mother" (...)
Worf: "And I Love Her" (:sigh: Troi...)
Seven: "This Never Happened Before" (''I'm a human and this is the way it should be, but for lovers, because they shouldn't go it alone. It's not so good when you're on, your own'')
This is it! Help me to find other songs for other characters!^^
562, the beatlemaniac stitchpunk
Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 2[scene opens with COMMANDER OSCAR GRIFFITHS and CAPTAIN KARLASSA OF HOUSE TORG in what appears to be a rocky enviroment, dusty, with unstable looking cliffs reaching upwards. Both are in their respective uniforms, weilding bat'leths. GRIFFITHS jumps back as KARLASSA aims at his stomach, and then continues to parry, although it is painfully obvious he will soon be overpowered. After being pushed back for several shots, he realises he is losing that battle and steps to the side and swings at KARLASSA'S legs - she blocks and swings upwards, the tip of her blade making contact with GRIFFITHS' nose as he leans away. KARLASSA stands back, in a battle ready stance as GRIFFITHS moves a hand to his nose.]Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 2 by Destinye
KARLASSA: you guard is down
GRIFFITHS: (he keeps his hand firmly on his nose, gritting his teeth) a battle is more thrilling without the safety protocols. (slightly sarcastically) nobody will get hurt.
KARLASSA: (she lowers her bat'leth slightly with a shrug) you were too slow.
Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 1[scene opens in a viewing port of STARBASE 157. CAPTAIN PANORLISSAN SH'ZARATH, who is obviously part aenar from her skin colouring, is stood looking out of this viewing port at her ship, the USS LAELAPS. the ship is mostly visible from a slight top angle, displaying the name and registration clearly. it is not an overly large ship, but large enough to be obviously an exploration class and looks very much new. a few small crafts, inspection pods, are cicling. as she admires her vessel, she is joined by COMMANDER AREV KHELLIAN, a romulan ship captain dressed in his uniform. SH'ZARATH notices his approach but does not turn to aknowledge him, watching him from the corner of her eye as he moves to stand beside her.]Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 1 by Destinye
KHELLIAN: she does not look at lethal as I know she is.
LISSAN: (plainly) good morning commander khellian.
KHELLIAN: (dips his head slighty) captain sh'zarath.
LISSAN: my ship is not designed to look lethal.
KHELLIAN: of course. it is wise to have your enemies not know the true
Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 5[scene opens back on the bridge. CAPTAIN PANORLISSAN SH'ZARATH is sat in the captains chair, looking comfortable. ENSIGN DURAAK and LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE SASA VILOTIC are at their posts. COMMANDER OSCAR GRIFFITHS is at the ops console, not inside the ring but still operating the console.]Star Trek: Laelaps - ep1 scene 5 by Destinye
LISSAN: are we ready?
GRIFFITHS: captain karlassa is responding. i'm waiting on commander khellian. (SH'ZARATH raises an eyebrow as if surprised) got him now, captain.
LISSANH: (settles herself into her seat) on screen!
[on the view screen, COMMANDER AREV KHELLIAN appears on the right, and CAPTAIN KARLASSA on the left, with a divide down the middle. both are on their respective ships. KARLASSA is stood near her chair, on the raised platform, and KHELLIAN is sat, though less comfortably than SH'ZARATH.]
LISSAN: captain, commander.
KHELLIAN: (he offers a nod) my greetings captains.
KARLASSA: are we ready to go?
LISSAN: almost, captain. while i wait to finish the prelauch procedure-