Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Lieutenant Trillya? Is that really you?


Who knew Starfleet officers were so talented?



11 comments:

  1. I am having flashbacks to the breakfast show on mid-90s Capital Radio when Chris Tarrant hijacked this song as 'Tarrant in the rush hour.'

    PLUS: That is INCREDIBLY nerdy that you know that she was in STIV. I have been outdone here. I surrender my nerd hat.

    And point and laugh at the new King Nerd.

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  2. Clearly this Trillya shows an ability to communicate with dolphins. Why didn't she use her knowledge of the cetacean languages to communicate with the unknown cigar shaped probe in Star Trek 4?

    Was it because she was too busy playing guitar hero in the holosuite?

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  3. When you say talented, you mean really bad?

    It appears as if she played guitar like all the other 80s pop poppets. By pretending. Bless her for that, so we won't get into the whole Madge guitar dilemma because bleugh.

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  4. Tim: Even though Trillya is only on screen for a few moments, I was always fascinated by her look and the way she spoke, so naturally, I did a bit of light stalking to find out more about her.

    Nnow, bow before your Nerd King!

    Eros: I think you may be right - Although see 'Petra's comment.

    'Petra: Bless her indeed. And the least said about Madge's dalliance the better!

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  5. It's Old High Nerd for "now".

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  6. It makes it sound like you're having an aneurysm.

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  7. I must confess - you are all speaking in code. But I love the cute little bows on her dress.

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  8. I see I haven't been missing anything over here.

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  9. Tim: Why, thank you!

    Snooze: If you don't know the code, you can't be a Nerd. Sorry to disappoint you!

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  10. Is She one of Robert Palmers Backup Girls gone Solo?

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