After I finish making my reenactment lyre, I will use the extra plywood to construct this beautiful creation. Then I can use it for filking, which would be so appropriate. Besides, it is a beautiful instrument:
Behind the scenes from Amok Time. When I first saw this photo, I thought that the random Vulcan guard in the background wasn’t wearing pants. XD
A random TOS fact for you all.
Watching Star Trek bloopers. :D
“Have no fear… Sargon is here.”
“If they don’t move out on cue — Screw them!”
“And Captain, you’re in good hands with tribble.”
“There’s a well known saying - or is it a myth? - that Vulcans are incapable of lying.”
“It is no myth.”
“Then tell me truthfully now, by your honor as a Vulcan, what was your mission?”
“I reserve the privilege of speaking only when it will not violate my honor as a Vulcan.”
“It is unworthy of a Vulcan to resort to subterfuge.”
“You are being clever, Commander. That is unworthy of a Romulan.”
Spock is a badass. ‘Nough said.
Flirting with Spock… Silly Romulan Commander.
And it’s Romulan Kirk!
You know, I feel bad for her… She’s trying so hard, but she just doesn’t see what she’s walking into.
More photo-spam to come.
Also… “Military secrets are the most fleeting of all. I hope that you and I exchanged something more permanent.” - Spock. Aaaawww….
This episode is full of so much wonderfulness. I forgot to screencap the rest, but yeah… I think I got some pretty good moments in my last post.
I am a bleeding heart sappy romantic, and I do not care in the slightest.
Leonard Nimoy between scenes on the set of Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home.
scanned from the Star Trek:The Official Fan Club newsletter | no publisher listed | 1987