Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Ugly giant bags of Mostly Water and Varria

Ugly giant bags of mostly water. Haven't you ever wondered about the ugly bags of mostly water? hehe thats us!

Varria is Kivas Fajo's aide in Star Trek TNG "The Most Toys" until her boss decides to satisfy an innate curiosity with a banned Varon T Disruptor. It goes without saying that this weapon was banned by the Federation.

Once discharged the beam disrupts the entire body from the inside out and is an extremely painful way to die. Poor Varria (Jane Daly),she was an expendable life-form who simply got in the way. Theres always another Varria says Kivas except he was WRONG. When you look at her eyes, her face tells a thousand words and then shes gone - FOREVER........ Not for the faint hearted.


Live Long and Prosper, Trekkers.


Jeffrey Scott said...

Kivas Fajo is a poor excuse for an ugly bag of mostly water.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's a sad commentary on the death of anyone. We are all unique and special. To lose one person is to lose a lifetime of experiences, thoughts, dreams, ideas... and never get them back.

Birgit said...

I remember both episodes and I think we are ugly bags of useless water...at least many of us are.

Jo said...

Birgit, don't you dare call me an ugly bag of useless water LOL. I hadn't seen those episodes. Interesting. I really must do something about seeing all these programmes again somehow.

Deborah R. Hawkins said...

My mom quotes that line all the time and cracks herself up lol. "Ugly bags of mostly water!"

Tony Laplume said...

A clever variation on "Devil in the Dark," to be sure.

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