Sunday, December 17, 2006

Wesley's Scarey Beast

The Crusher family DO have bad luck in relationships don't they? Remember "The Host" Dr Beverly Crusher, Chief Medical Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D, met Ambassador Odin with the creature lurking secretly inside him. It looked like a fat little snake.

Everyone had to get aquainted at the last minute. What a shocker to the system! The Trill replacement for the creature called "Odin" was a female and really tried to rekindle the firey flames of passion with Beverly! Hilarious!

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Remember the episode " The Dauphin" with the smart kid of Picard's Enterprise, Wesley Crusher? He did his best to get noticed by the girl Salia. (Add a V and some tongue twisting and watcha got? Thats what I though when I saw sweet Salia on tv for the first time. She was perfect but I digress.) Salia was the next leader of Daled IV with her beast/protector, (Anya) never straying far behind with the evil eye. So far so good.

Wesley fell over himself for Salia's affections, obviously. Curse him. The good news is trouble was slowly descending in the shape of two tall scarey bug eyed monsters. Beautiful Salia was one of two entities in disguise and Wesley figured her for the perfect dreamgirl, LOL!

The nerdling got played big style, hehe! Ensign Wesley Crusher, wiseguy of the Enterprise. This young babe Salia was a shapeshifter. You just got to check the database. Crusher boy was getting sloppy.

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Heres the lovely furry shapeshifter we all love deep within Salia. Don't you just want to give her a hug? She changed into a big scarey bug eyed beast with brown fur and long sharp claws to protect her sweetheart when Anya her protector turned up at Wesley's quarters to scare the tripe outta everyone. A shocked Wesley watches them leave.

Shouldn't the Enterprises computers and the inhospitable planet (Klavdia III), have told us something? Despite complete access to the ship's extensive resources Crusher got taken, hehe.

Another clue is when Guinan serves Salia a bowl of chocolate in Ten Forward but she doesn't eat any. She passed up chocolate! Twice! That alone should have sparked suspicions that the girl wasn't human. So much for being smart with women. Maybe the boy needs a man to man talk with Geordi in engineering who's had the cold brush off by two women, Christie Henshaw and Leah Brahms. LOL!!! Remember "Booby Trap"and "Galaxy's Child?"

Its neat when Captain Picard promotes Wesley to Acting Ensign Wesley Crusher for his extraordinary dedication and gifted super sleuth ability sending awesome shockwaves up and down trekverse.

How could this not be happening to US???? trekkies figured LOL. Those were the good ol' TNG days, what fun! Thanks to Will Wheaton.

I suppose its every fanboys dream to be seated on the bridge steering the flagship of the federation through the stars but at least we didn't have to wear that uniform, hehe. Strange really but I thought little of it during the day but isn't the rainbow sweater cool?



Live Long and Prosper Trekkers!

3 comments:

Green Salad said...

Poor Wesley! No shapely blue-skinned scantilly-clad brunettes for him.

Green Salad said...

I think I'll go Christmas shopping and get my daughter 1 year of "The Next Generation" TV series as a gift from Santa.

Spacerguy said...

Brilliant! In Season 3 TNGthe Enterprise-D gets trapped. Q begs Captain Picard for help. The Federation is at war and Tasha Yar comes back to the land of the living in Yesterday's Enterprise. The Enterprise takes part in an Cultural Officer Exchange programme. Reginald Barclay develops a hilarious holodeck programe. Sarek sheds a tear and Picard gets kidnapped by the Borg which the end of a part 1 season cliffhanger. This season also marks the first crossover by a Star Trek TOS actor Mark Lenard. I guess you'd have to wait for a rerun of part II, The Best of Both Worlds on Tv because its in season 4! Enjoy your Star Trekking.

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