Star Trek: 17 Memes That Prove The Show Makes No Sense

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    From Screen Rant:

    Star Trek: 17 Memes That Prove The Show Makes No Sense

    For over 50 years and through seven television series, thirteen movies and countless associated novels, comic books, and video games, Star Trek has offered a singular vision of life in the future. That vision has won the hearts and minds of millions of Trekkies (or Trekkers as some prefer to be called) around the world. Yet for all of that, the series has drawn just as much criticism from those who deride that vision as wholly unrealistic.

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    “You can not operate in this room unless you believe that you are Superman, and whatever happens, you’re capable of solving the problem.” – Gene Kranz

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    You’re no stranger to my contention that the Enterprise-D crew, and later Voyager crew, got taken over/possessed/etc. with alarming, no, ridiculous regularity.

    As far as Klingon head ridges…lots of planets have a north?
    Klingons! Klingons!! Klingons!!! Klingons!!!! Klingons!!!!! Klingons!!!!!! Klingons!!!!!!!

    I’ve really given up worrying about explaining the bumpy foreheads as long as the story is solid.

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    Want MORE? From Screenrant again:

    15 Star Trek Memes That Prove TNG Makes No Sense

    This list highlights memes that have brilliantly pointed out some of the inexplicable plot holes and cringeworthy moments in Next Generation. There aren’t many, and as fans of the show, we feel a little bad pointing out its faults. On the flip side, we’re family at this point, and if you can’t point out when the rules that govern your family’s universe have been eschewed in favor of servicing the plot, who can?

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    “You can not operate in this room unless you believe that you are Superman, and whatever happens, you’re capable of solving the problem.” – Gene Kranz

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