You never forget your first fandom – and in my case, that was the premiere of Star Trek: The Next Generation. See why this was completely different from Star Wars, and find out how many ways a science fiction TV series can change someone’s life (spoiler: a lot). A nostalgic trip to the final frontier. (1:11:46)
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Mr. Intellivision, Keith Robinson.
Congratulations to Kevin and David, who won these fabulous prizes!
A combadge, phaser and tricorder that have seen a lot of action since the Enterprise’s mission began.
On the right, my very well-worn 1987 Galoob die-cast Enterprise-D. On the left, my somewhat newer Eaglemoss Enterprise-D.
Okay, yours is bigger: a significantly larger model of the Enterprise-D at the now-extinct Star Trek: The Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton.
Okudagrams make everything better. Even pinball.
Your host, as a much younger man, with Star Trek: The Experience’s Ferengi waiter.
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Vinyl’s place is in…the…kitchen?
Ermahgerd, BABY HIPPO!!
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King Tut rules the arcade.
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