Why you gotta peek into my fantasies?
And now I have a vision of the Borg implant Seven wouldn't let them remove because, y'know, reasons.
Side note: I hated the outfits they put Troi, Seven, and T'Pol in. I found them to be sexier in uniform than in those jumpsuits. Well... mostly. Also, I hated Seven and T'Pol's love interests in the shows.
I thought of doing strange things with Seven's body, but in the end, I went traditional.
I didn't watch the shows enough to see the love interests, but Seven seemed interested in the lady scientist at the end of Picard, which I liked.
I'm not going tell you how many times I've ended up in one of these poses, or how many different girls.
I would say this is a classic shower entanglement.
I thought Seven was interested in Picard's former first officer (the drug habit one) which just seemed like a reach. I felt zero chemistry between them. I honestly didn't care for his former first officer (she annoyed me).
I must have remembered it wrong. I guess I didn't like the science lady or the former 1st officer either. I did like Seven though. Maybe T'Pol is just a better match for her. Glad I could make it happen. ❤️
If Jeri Ryan's character was laying on the cold hard tile floor of the shower facing away from Jolene Blalok 's Vulcan character as they explored each other's strange new worlds between their thighs, she would be known as Seven of Sixty-Nine.
Me too! I didn't really get "into" Trek until the reboot, but my dad was always a Trekkie, and I visited the old movies and episodes almost religiously throughout like...a decade, with all the others being freely available on Netflix. If I've had a bad day, I still turn on TNG, so I hope for a better future.
My dad was into science fiction as social commentary and he had certain episodes of TOS that he would point out that had to do with racism or politics. I liked that Kirk and crew always tried to come up with a plan as soon as they were in a dire situation, and the plans seemed clever and understandable. TNG plans seemed to involve unknown technology and tachyons a lot, which made them less relatable, but like I said, I didn't watch the show much.
He seemed genuinely intelligent. Clever and occasionally sneaky. He wasn't ever afraid to throw down when he had to, even when he was clearly overmatched. And, boy, the girls liked him and he wasn't afraid to like them back. He just seemed like a guy that knew who he was and what he wanted.
Confident for sure! TOS is based as far as I can tell, on the classical Greek structure of Rhetoric and persuasion, which makes each main character instantly recognizable: Kirk is ethos, Spock is logos, McCoy is pathos. Which is why Spock and McCoy fight.