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  1. #1

    Hey west,this one's for you

    Because i know that you are sharp,here the question of the day,you of course know that[jeffrey hunter]was the first captain of the starship[enterprise-capt.pike]but someone else was asked to play the role before hunter,who was he and why didn't he take the role?

  2. #2
    Whether I'm sharp or not (I'd say not), you have me beaten on that one, Arr&bee.....

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    If I recall correctly, it was Papa Joe Jackson and he couldn't take the role because he's too busy shopping and taking care of mopping up the floor. Because he had seven kids and all day long they crawled across the floor. Singing "yeah, yeah!"

    Am I right? What'd I win?

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    Lloyd Bridges turned down the role, not wanting to be involved in another science fiction project following the failure of his 1950 film Rocketship X-M and feeling that doing a "space show" would hurt his career.

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    Really? Lloyd Bridges? I have to ask a few of my friends (Trekkies).

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    That's what I read on the internet. And if it's on the internet it must be true. Maybe it was Jack Lord who wanted a 50% stake in the show.

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    Sophisticated is da man,i thought that i[could[sneek]one past,shoulda known better,don't worry west you're still no.1.

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    West is the man! I just threw a lucky punch. Plus I used to date a Trekkie.

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    I bet there isn't a single Trekkie you've not dated!

    Anyway, I'm willing to share being Numero Uno.

    William Shatner would never allow it.....

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    I had to stop dating Trekkies, the always wanted to go where no man had gone before.

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    Only the very first one, surely?

    After that, you were beaming them all up, Scotty...

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    I didn't want to wear the Sue Loo shirt they gave me, so nothing came of it.

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    They thought you would be a stickler for Convention.....

  14. #14
    I've always been one for protocol.

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    So am I, as a rule.....

  16. #16
    As a rule I don't date Klingons either, they're too possessive.

  17. #17
    They long to be close to you...

  18. #18
    The longer the closer.

  19. #19
    A long-felt want.....

  20. #20
    Self Censorshiping.

  21. #21
    Whenever I hear my voice on the phone, I prefer to remain silent....

  22. #22
    After I've been given my rights, I prefer to remain silent.

  23. #23
    You're a fine, upstanding gentleman, but a lot more fun when you lay down your inhibitions.

  24. #24
    You can't fly if you don't spread your wings.

  25. #25
    So, it wasn't Joe Jackson? How'd I get that wrong?

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    Maybe you were thinking of the wrong Joe Jackson. It was the other Joe Jackson. Oh, and not the shoeless Joe Jackson either. Hell, I don't know jack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by westgrandboulevard View Post
    They long to be close to you...
    If that's a deal breaker, I better not set you up with my Borg friend. I found out when they say "resistance is futile", they aren't referring to their seduction prowess...

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    I don't know..........7 of 9 was a looker!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moe View Post
    I don't know..........7 of 9 was a looker!!
    Butterface. And I'm one to talk, I used to be known as "Buttface".

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  31. #31
    I think your drive is warped enough without any more Dilithium crystals, sir.

  32. #32
    Why thank you fine sir,here here bottoms up...burp!!!


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