petimetrek:

All the captains and their first officers “singing” their openings.
Because I’ve been listening this a looooot

petimetrek:

All the captains and their first officers “singing” their openings.

Because I’ve been listening this a looooot

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anunfinishedman:

sketchy huggy doodle

anunfinishedman:

sketchy huggy doodle

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severny-sneg:

Hello again)

severny-sneg:

Hello again)

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cosmictuesdays said: Bashir, Lygerastia.

kelasparmak:

plutoniumboss:

Don’t even come in here sayin these two ain’t as tight as the other captain/number ones.  i wont hear of it you understand?

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Things about Odo

jadzia—dax:

seitwaertsriker:

- Anything can be an Odo action figure.

-Any Odo action figure could also actually be Odo

- Also anything could actually be Odo.

TVGuide: So who’s the earliest [on set]?
Ethan Phillips: Kate is extremely punctual, well prepared, never flubs a line.
Kate Mulgrew: I do too!
Robert Beltran: I've counted three times this season.
Robert Picardo: When Kate flubs a line, don’t you feel just a little better about yourselves?
Robert Duncan McNeill: It even makes me feel better about bad things that happened years ago.
Picardo: Yeah, being made fun of in fourth grade doesn't hurt as much when Kate flubs a line.
--"Close Encounters With the Cast of 'Voyager'" (TV Guide. July 15, 1995)

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asteriski:

"The fact is that Leeta is very strong, but in ways that are unpredictable; not wearing-a-uniform kick-ass way that Kira was, certainly, but in an equally profound way.

Leeta didn’t wear her strength in terms of the obvious warrior type. She had an internal strength that I think we can learn a lot of lessons from. It’s sad when people see her as eye candy.” 

- Chase Masterson, Star Trek Magazine, February 2013

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