Saturday, April 17, 2021

O is for OMG! Hes a Werewolf!

 O is for OMG! Hes a Werewolf! Who was Sam Clemens referring to as a Werewolf aboard the USS Enterprise NCC 1701-D?



 Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) noted American author writer extraordinaire had a gift for speaking about reality ... However, Clemens was a bit satiric towards humanity until he travelled from the 19th century to the 24th century. He meets our USS Enterprise-D buddies Worf, Data and walks Deanna arm in arm down the corridor. I think he took seeing Worf rather well actually lol.


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10 comments:

  1. Great "O" post Spaceguy. Enjoyed very much.
    Have a great weekend.

    Yvonne.

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  2. Poor Worf! Too funny, I forgot all about this--I need to watch the last couple seasons of TNG again!

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  3. Werewolf. I guess I can see it.

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  4. Mark Twain's writing OFTEN (another O word) speaks to me. I would love to see this episode.

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  5. Worf does look rather werewolf-like.

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  6. This was a great two-parter epsiode. Poor Worf, the best joke on him was Roxanna pronouncing his name as Mr. Woof.

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  7. Werewolf? I believe you mean were-Worf.

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  8. Haha yeah this 2 parter cracked me up too trekkers

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  9. This is a great 2 part episode and the actor playing Mark Twain was great.

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  10. Thats because it was Jerry Hardin, he's 91 and doing a Mark Twain pre production "At the End of the Santa Fe Trail"

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