Friday, April 09, 2021

H is for Honest Harry's Hynotic Women


H is for Harry Mudd, honest, crafty and convincing Harry Mudd. Heres a conman who'd sell his own grandmother down the river to make some lithium... The fun begins when wheeler dealer Harry introduces his lively lovely cargo, Eve Magda and Ruth.


 "Gentlemen I look upon this work as a sacred public trust, I've devoted my whole life to it." so says Harcourt Fenton Mudd. The only thing is the USS Enterprise NCC 1701 computer doesn't believe him. Do you? Have a listen and decide....
So the ships computer answers........

 Incorrect

Mudd is infuriated but manages to laugh and shrug it off.



Who do you believe Harry Mudd or the Computer?



Live long and prosper

14 comments:

  1. Wow - that is a multi-pronged entry for H.

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    1. Harrys a player EC you just can't expect any less

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  2. Harry, when even the computer doesn't believe you...

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    1. The game was up for Mudd once Spock ran his I.D. through the computer

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  3. Harry's "cargo" were hypnotic alright...especially the one in the green!

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  4. Mudds bag of tricks was a scam only insofar as he provided lonely miners with lovely women and what was wrong with that?

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  5. This may be a controversial opinion, but I preferred Harry Mudd as portrayed on Star Trek: Discovery to the version of him we saw on the Original Series. That was one of the few things I thought Discovery did better.

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    1. Can you imagine after all this time imprisoned by 500 Stellas, good grief how did Mudd ever get his act together. Tried tested and contemporary usually sells better which is Harry's middle name. Is it any wonder he escaped?

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  6. Computer over him every time.

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  7. The computer does seem to have an unfair advantage over Mudd.

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  8. I'd like to party with someone like Mudd. That is if I wasn't worried about ending up in a Klingon prison are left marooned on a bleak asteroid in the middle of no-where space.

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    1. Mudd knew how to have a good time with the ladies, Stella his first wife got replicated 500 times and then Mudd was marooned for real somewhere in the middle of no-where space. Poor Harry.

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  9. I like Harry Mudd who was portrayed by this wonderful actor that, I believe, committed suicide...such a shame.

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  10. I'm very sorry to hear that Birgit, such a great character on screen and in life too I'm sure but sadly no-ones ever there in that final lonely moment.

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Ignore the robot question and just punch it!

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