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07/14/2003 Entry: "A little more ST:TNG"

Okay, a little more Star Trek TNG and then I must stop.

"118. The First Duty. Wes screws up and it's supposed to be a big deal. All the Sunbeam clan love it when Boothby says: "Jean-Luc, what happened to your hair?" (I bet we still say this to each other about twice a month). Also, we get introduced to the prototype of Tom Paris, Nick Locarno (I always thought that Robert Duncan McNeill had a fugitive resemblance to Lee Harvey Oswald). (Odd, now that I think about it, Ed Lauter plays a dead guy's father in this ep and I always associate ED LAUTER with Lee Harvey Oswald too! Ed starred in "Executive Action", about JFK's assassination; old Ed was the REAL assassin, you know, the one over at the grassy knoll). (Of course, I'm probably influenced by the fact that Robert Duncan McNeil and Lee Harvey Oswald both have three names. Then again, I don't confuse with them with David Lee Roth. Or Pliny The Elder.)"

Sunbeam again, of course, but you probably knew that.

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Every time Wesley Crusher appeared I wanted to reach into the screen and pummel him until he peed all over his uniform.

Posted by Maru @ 07/15/2003 01:44 PM PST

 

 

 

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