Friday, June 30, 2006

Daily Star Trek Quote Challenge, 6/30/06

- What is it?

- Kelp buds, plankton loaf and sea berries.

- Sweetheart, I'm not a fish.

- It's very healthy. I had this for breakfast every morning when I was growing up.

- No oatmeal? Or muffins? How about corned beef and eggs?

- For breakfast?!


To win, provide the names of all characters involved, and the episode or movie name.

3 Comments:

Blogger blogantine said...

Start Trek: The Next Generation
Episode 186: "The Wounded"


Miles O'Brien: What is it?

Keiko: Kelp buds, plankton loaf and sea berries.

Miles O'Brien: Sweetheart, I'm not a fish.

Keiko: It's very healthy. I had this for breakfast every morning when I was growing up.

Miles O'Brien: No oatmeal? Or muffins? How about corned beef and eggs?

Keiko: For breakfast?!

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On a side note, while I thought TNG was pretty good in it's SF concepts and effects, I could have gone a long time without seeing Miles or Keiko and not missed them a bit. Sometimes I saw them as filler - to "humanize" the crew and round out the hour.

Going away for Independence Day, so I'll miss your quiz until at least next Thursday. Thanks for the morning wake up!

Friday, June 30, 2006 12:59:00 PM  
Blogger blogantine said...

Shocked, by the way, on the lack of an acknowledgement of Bastiat's Birthday. If not for your blog I may never have read his works. Now that I have, it makes me realize even more how far France has fallen.

Friday, June 30, 2006 3:13:00 PM  
Blogger Perry Eidelbus said...

O'Brien really was filler from the first. Colm Meaney was in "Encounter at Farpoint" as an unnamed ensign, and then they occasionally brought him back for things like "Time Squared" -- minor speaking roles when the main characters were elsewhere, or the role was too insignificant.

This morning's quote was so appropriate to my fare this morning of scrambled eggs, bacon and home fries.

Friday, June 30, 2006 4:34:00 PM  

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