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It's May! The month of May, in lyrics, titles, quotes

1. "Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (“In the lovely month of May”), lied by Robert Schumann
2. "First of May," Jonathan Coulton (lyrics NSFW)
3."Ain't it a glorious day?/Right as a mornin' in May" ("Jolly Holiday" from Mary Poppins)
4.Here we go gathering nuts in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnkRQPYjuOQ
5. "Lusty Month of May" from Camelot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg4YrOlAkds
6. "Big Fat Kiss" Walt Kelly https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YFvkoC2an...1962-05-01.jpg
7. "Fair Is Rose as Bright May Day" from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore
8. May Magic by Ron Roy
9. Seven Days in May, 1962 novel and 1964 film
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It's May! The month of May, in lyrics, titles, quotes

1. "Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (“In the lovely month of May”), lied by Robert Schumann
2. "First of May," Jonathan Coulton (lyrics NSFW)
3."Ain't it a glorious day?/Right as a mornin' in May" ("Jolly Holiday" from Mary Poppins)
4.Here we go gathering nuts in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnkRQPYjuOQ
5. "Lusty Month of May" from Camelot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg4YrOlAkds
6. "Big Fat Kiss" Walt Kelly https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YFvkoC2an...1962-05-01.jpg
7. "Fair Is Rose as Bright May Day" from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore
8. May Magic by Ron Roy
9. Seven Days in May, 1962 novel and 1964 film
10,April, Come She Will (Simon & Garfunkel (May, she will stay)

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It's May! The month of May, in lyrics, titles, quotes

1. "Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (“In the lovely month of May”), lied by Robert Schumann
2. "First of May," Jonathan Coulton (lyrics NSFW)
3."Ain't it a glorious day?/Right as a mornin' in May" ("Jolly Holiday" from Mary Poppins)
4.Here we go gathering nuts in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnkRQPYjuOQ
5. "Lusty Month of May" from Camelot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg4YrOlAkds
6. "Big Fat Kiss" Walt Kelly https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YFvkoC2an...1962-05-01.jpg
7. "Fair Is Rose as Bright May Day" from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore
8. May Magic by Ron Roy
9. Seven Days in May, 1962 novel and 1964 film
10,April, Come She Will (Simon & Garfunkel (May, she will stay)
11. "Who by Fire" by Leonard Cohen ("Who in your merry merry month of May, who by very slow decay")
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It's May! The month of May, in lyrics, titles, quotes

1. "Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (“In the lovely month of May”), lied by Robert Schumann
2. "First of May," Jonathan Coulton (lyrics NSFW)
3."Ain't it a glorious day?/Right as a mornin' in May" ("Jolly Holiday" from Mary Poppins)
4.Here we go gathering nuts in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnkRQPYjuOQ
5. "Lusty Month of May" from Camelot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg4YrOlAkds
6. "Big Fat Kiss" Walt Kelly https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YFvkoC2an...1962-05-01.jpg
7. "Fair Is Rose as Bright May Day" from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore
8. May Magic by Ron Roy
9. Seven Days in May, 1962 novel and 1964 film
10,April, Come She Will (Simon & Garfunkel (May, she will stay)
11. "Who by Fire" by Leonard Cohen ("Who in your merry merry month of May, who by very slow decay")
12. First of May by the BeeGees (lyrics safe for work)
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Old 05-21-2019, 01:11 PM
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It's May! The month of May, in lyrics, titles, quotes

1. "Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (“In the lovely month of May”), lied by Robert Schumann
2. "First of May," Jonathan Coulton (lyrics NSFW)
3."Ain't it a glorious day?/Right as a mornin' in May" ("Jolly Holiday" from Mary Poppins)
4.Here we go gathering nuts in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnkRQPYjuOQ
5. "Lusty Month of May" from Camelot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg4YrOlAkds
6. "Big Fat Kiss" Walt Kelly https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-YFvkoC2an...1962-05-01.jpg
7. "Fair Is Rose as Bright May Day" from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore
8. May Magic by Ron Roy
9. Seven Days in May, 1962 novel and 1964 film
10,April, Come She Will (Simon & Garfunkel (May, she will stay)
11. "Who by Fire" by Leonard Cohen ("Who in your merry merry month of May, who by very slow decay")
12. First of May by the BeeGees (lyrics safe for work)[/QUOTE]

We're up to # 13! This # 4, by Ponch8 in post 65795 above, was left out
4. "My Girl" by the Temptations (when it's cold outside, I've got the month of May.)

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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.


I hope he's not disqualified by country of birth.
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser

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2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
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Old 05-21-2019, 08:53 PM
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
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Old 05-21-2019, 10:08 PM
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
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8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
Maybe. It depends of how you define African American. Arnaldo Tamayo Mendez went into space in 1980, three years before Bluford.

But is Tamayo an African-American? He's a Cuban of African descent so I feel you can make a strong argument for him.
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
9. Pierre Caliste Landry - First African American named a mayor of a U.S. town
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
9. Pierre Caliste Landry - First African American named a mayor of a U.S. town
10. Carl B. Stokes - First African American elected mayor of a major U.S. City (Cleveland)
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1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
9. Pierre Caliste Landry - First African American named a mayor of a U.S. town (Donaldsonville, Louisiana)
10. Carl B. Stokes - First African American elected mayor of a major U.S. City (Cleveland, Ohio)
11. Ron Simmons - First African American World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion (with WCW)
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African-American firsts

1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
9. Pierre Caliste Landry - First African American named a mayor of a U.S. town (Donaldsonville, Louisiana)
10. Carl B. Stokes - First African American elected mayor of a major U.S. City (Cleveland, Ohio)
11. Ron Simmons - First African American World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion (with WCW)
12. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. - First African American to hold the rank of general in the United States Army

His son, Benjamin O. Davis Jr., would be the first African American to hold the rank of general in the United States Air Force.

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African-American firsts

1. Jackie Robinson - First African-American Major League Baseball player
2. Barack Obama - First African-American POTUS
3. Willy O'Ree - Although Canadian born, he was the first black player in the NHL, for the Boston Bruins.
4. Booker T. Washington - First African American invited to dine at the White House.
5. Condoleezza Rice - first African American Stanford University provost, first female African American Secretary of State and National Security Adviser
6. Thurgood Marshall - First African American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
7. Hattie McDaniel - First African American to win an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress 1939)
8. Guion Bluford - First African American in space.
9. Pierre Caliste Landry - First African American named a mayor of a U.S. town (Donaldsonville, Louisiana)
10. Carl B. Stokes - First African American elected mayor of a major U.S. City (Cleveland, Ohio)
11. Ron Simmons - First African American World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion (with WCW)
12. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. - First African American to hold the rank of general in the United States Army
13. Dustin Byfuglien - First African American to win the Stanley Cup, in 2010 (!) with the Chicago Blackhawks

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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
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1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat

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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.

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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
10. "Encounter at Farpoint", TNG - The introduction of John de Lancie as Q.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", Deep Space Nine - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", original series - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
10. "Encounter at Farpoint", TNG - The introduction of John de Lancie as Q.
11. "Little Green Men," DS9 - Quark, Rom, and Nog deal with hu-mons in 1947 Roswell.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", DS9 - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", TOS - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
9. "Encounter at Farpoint", TNG - The introduction of John de Lancie as Q.
10. "Little Green Men," DS9 - Quark, Rom, and Nog deal with hu-mons in 1947 Roswell.
11. "For the Uniform", DS9 - Sisko must decide how far he'll go to capture Maquis traitor Michael Eddington.

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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", DS9 - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", TOS - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
9. "Encounter at Farpoint", TNG - The introduction of John de Lancie as Q.
10. "Little Green Men," DS9 - Quark, Rom, and Nog deal with hu-mons in 1947 Roswell.
11. "For the Uniform", DS9 - Sisko must decide how far he'll go to capture Maquis traitor Michael Eddington.
12. "Balance of Terror," TOS - Kirk and a shrewd but honorable Romulan Commander play a deadly cat-and-mouse game.
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Favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "In the Pale Moonlight", DS9 - Sisko tries to bring the Romulans into the Dominion War
2. "The Measure of a Man", TNG - A hearing is convened to determine whether Data is property without rights or a sentient being.
3. "The Trouble with Tribbles", TOS - furry creatures multiply, overrun the Enterprise, and reveal a Klingon threat
4. "You Are Cordially Invited," DS9 - before Jedzia's wedding to Worf, she must pass approval from her draconian future mother-in-law Sirella, while Worf's groomsmen struggle with the Klingon ritual path to Kal'Hyah.
5. "Mudd's Women", TOS - the away team is captured by a reprobate merchant and his android army, and defeat them by carefully structured illogic and chaos.
6. "Conspiracy," TNG - the crew of the Enterprise travel back to Earth to stop parasites that are taking over Starfleet Command.
7. "Darmok," TNG - Picard is stranded on a planet with an alien captain and they must find a way to communicate and defend themselves against a common threat. "Shaka, when the walls fell."
8. "The City on the Edge of Forever," TOS - Captain Kirk must choose between saving the life of the woman he loves or preserving history as he knows it.
9. "Encounter at Farpoint", TNG - The introduction of John de Lancie as Q.
10. "Little Green Men," DS9 - Quark, Rom, and Nog deal with hu-mons in 1947 Roswell.
11. "For the Uniform", DS9 - Sisko must decide how far he'll go to capture Maquis traitor Michael Eddington.
12. "Balance of Terror," TOS - Kirk and a shrewd but honorable Romulan Commander play a deadly cat-and-mouse game.
13. "Elaan of Troyius", TOS - Kirk falls in love with an unwilling royal bride (the gorgeous France Nuyen) while transporting her to her wedding

Pass

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Old 05-22-2019, 12:33 PM
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1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.

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1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead" - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
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1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead" - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden" - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
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Old 05-22-2019, 01:27 PM
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Old 05-22-2019, 02:25 PM
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
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Old 05-22-2019, 04:20 PM
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Another vote for "Threshold" x100.
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Old 05-22-2019, 04:31 PM
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker.
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
9 "Sub Rosa" - Bev has ghost sex on a Scottish planet after her grandmother's funeral.

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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker.
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
9. "Sub Rosa", TNG - Bev has ghost sex on a Scottish planet after her grandmother's funeral.
10. "The Outcast", TNG - Riker falls in love with a member of an androgynous species, who gets in trouble when she starts identifying as female. She's played by a female actress, as Star Trek tries and fails miserably to make a heavy-handed parallel to real-life gender identity. (Jonathan Frakes said it would've been better if his love interest was played by a man, and I agree.)
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Old 05-23-2019, 09:21 AM
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker.
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
9. "Sub Rosa", TNG - Bev has ghost sex on a Scottish planet after her grandmother's funeral.
10. "The Outcast", TNG - Riker falls in love with a member of an androgynous species, who gets in trouble when she starts identifying as female. She's played by a female actress, as Star Trek tries and fails miserably to make a heavy-handed parallel to real-life gender identity. (Jonathan Frakes said it would've been better if his love interest was played by a man, and I agree.)
11. "Turnabout Intruder," TOS - Kirk's body is taken over by a malevolent woman, which does not bring out the best in William Shatner. The last TOS episode and a poor swan song.
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Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker.
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
9. "Sub Rosa", TNG - Bev has ghost sex on a Scottish planet after her grandmother's funeral.
10. "The Outcast", TNG - Riker falls in love with a member of an androgynous species, who gets in trouble when she starts identifying as female. She's played by a female actress, as Star Trek tries and fails miserably to make a heavy-handed parallel to real-life gender identity. (Jonathan Frakes said it would've been better if his love interest was played by a man, and I agree.)
11. "Turnabout Intruder," TOS - Kirk's body is taken over by a malevolent woman, which does not bring out the best in William Shatner. The last TOS episode and a poor swan song.
12. "The Thaw," VGR - David St. Hubbins plays Pennywise in the Matrix on a frozen planet.

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Wow, I think "The Thaw" is one of the best VGR episodes. Different strokes etc.

Least favorite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, and brief synopses

1. "Spock's Brain," TOS - Spock's brain is stolen and Kirk and McCoy must get it back.
2. "And the Children Shall Lead," TOS - Melvin Belli as a "Friendly Angel" to a bunch of annoying kids.
3. "The Way To Eden," TOS - The Enterprise is hijacked by a hippie-like group obsessed with finding a mythical paradise.
4. "Threshold," VGR - Janeway and Paris turn into salamanders and get bizzay
5. "Shades of Grey," TNG - Clip show wherein Ryker gets bitten by a snake or some bullshit
6. "Night Terrors" TNG - Marina Sirtis is as wooden as the Home Depot lumber aisle and shows the gamut of emotions from A to B, to paraphrase Dorothy Parker.
7. "Code of Honor," TNG - Tasha Yar is kidnapped by a tribal warlord
8. "Meridian", DS9 - Despite Jadzia's insistence earlier in the series that Trills don't look for romance, she falls in love with some guy she has no chemistry with, and decides to try and stay on his world when it converts to energy, leaving her real life behind for about 60 years or something; I cannot be arsed to look up the exact number.
9. "Sub Rosa", TNG - Bev has ghost sex on a Scottish planet after her grandmother's funeral.
10. "The Outcast", TNG - Riker falls in love with a member of an androgynous species, who gets in trouble when she starts identifying as female. She's played by a female actress, as Star Trek tries and fails miserably to make a heavy-handed parallel to real-life gender identity. (Jonathan Frakes said it would've been better if his love interest was played by a man, and I agree.)
11. "Turnabout Intruder," TOS - Kirk's body is taken over by a malevolent woman, which does not bring out the best in William Shatner. The last TOS episode and a poor swan song.
12. "The Thaw," VGR - David St. Hubbins plays Pennywise in the Matrix on a frozen planet.
13. "These Are the Voyages...," ENT series finale - Riker and Troi steal the spotlight in what should have been the ENT cast's swan song

Pass.
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