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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Ockeghem, Mar 9, 2008.
Mudd's Women and I, Mudd?
Hey guys! It took some doing to get my account working again, but I'm back. Thanks for your email that the forum was slowly working again Scott.Hello Lee, Scott and all fellow gamesters! What a long break, I'm sure our trivia batteries are recharged.Happy Birthday, William Shatner!Great question Scott! " Lights, shining down from heaven." Bread and Circuses.
Lee,Yes to Mudd's Women, but no to I, Mudd.Nelson,You're welcome. And, yes to Bread and Circuses.It's currently 3-1 in favor of Lee. Ten examples to go.
Sylvia says it in Spectre of the Gun.
Correct. It's 4-1, in favor of Lee. (Once the question has been completed, I will provide all of the lines in which the word in its various forms is used.)
It's a shame for a good Scotsman to admit it, but I only just thought of Space Seed.
Ack! The subscriptions aren't working yet!
Keptain, The Tholian's Veb?
Lee and Nelson,
Yes, both Space Seed and The Tholian Web are correct.
It's 5-2 in favor of Lee, with seven answers remaining.
"There was no Deity involved Doctor"Obsession
Will The Alternative Factor help in my heavenly cause to win this question?
That is said, but it doesn't qualify as it's not a variation of the word 'heaven.' (Otherwise, I'd have to include quite a few examples that aren't derivatives of the word.) But yes to The Corbomite Manuever.
Yes to The Alternative Factor.
It's currently 6-3 in favor of Lee, with five examples to go.
I hate to work against myself, but wasn't Nelson's Obsession quote in response to Mr. Scott saying "thank heaven?"
That's exactly what I was going for Lee! Thanks.
Lee,Yes, you're correct. I assumed that Nelson was referring to the word 'Deity.' In any event though, I missed the previous line in context. My mistake, and good catch.
My apology, Nelson. So you got one that I didn't have, which is great. That means that there are fifteen examples, and that it's currently 6-4 in favor of Lee. There are five more examples remaining.
OMG, I was hoping with the new system this thread would finally drop down the list, but once again it's at the top.
I enjoy the show and am a fan, but it seems like there is an obsession with Star Trek trivia. It's getting old. Maybe time for a rest.
I have all the DVDs of Next Generation and the Enterprise set so I obviously like the Star Trek world, but maybe it's time to create a new thread just for this subject.
"Is there something wrong with the one I have?" Quoting Spock from The Voyage Home in reference to your post Stan. I believe Edith Keeler refers to the heavens.
I don't think Edith Keeler says it. But to be sure, I checked the transcript and could not find any instance of that word in it.
Here is where I thought she might say it:
"I don't pretend to tell you how to find happiness and love when every day is a struggle to survive. But I do insist that you do survive because the days and the years ahead are worth living for. One day soon ... man is going to be able to harness incredible energies, maybe even the atom. Energies that could ultimately hurl us to other worlds in ... in some sort of spaceship. And the men that reach out into space will be able to find ways to feed the hungry millions of the world and to cure their diseases. They will be able to find a way to give each man hope and a common future, and those are the days worth living for."
Hey Scott,Okay, Edith didn't say it. I was thinking there was a small chance it was possible, you quoted the section I thought it might have occurred.
Nice response. I actually just watched that film about a month ago, probably for the 50th time, one of my all time favorites, just behind Wrath of Khan.