Reginald Barclay - Cat Whisperer

To be honest, I’m kinda surprised Barclay didn’t already have a cat or dozen in his quarters.

Oh yeah, and he definitely talks to them. Probably replicates little medieval hats and harlequin collars for them too.

They mostly just keep Barclay on the payroll so no one else has to cat-sit

IIRC he has a cat named Neelix in a Voyager episode

You can tell your small sub is beginning to do well when you start getting more user reports in the moderation queue

Happy Birthday to Robert Beltran who played Chakotay on Voyager

Edit: I honestly don't know what the hell I expected...

Happy Birthday to Robert Beltran who played Chakotay on Voyager


Watching this gif I couldn't help but be reminded of when Odo and Kira are going over the security reports and Kira asks, "why does she stay with him." and Odo dryly replies, "see item 12."

The comic sans was a nice touch.

Also /sub/modgifs.

Oh this is great.

Picard. And the Tamarians. Communicating.

For me, this one and "The Inner Light" were by far the best Picard episodes in the series.

My absolute favourite scene in next gen. Yes, the language makes no sense but from a storytelling perspective we as the audience have gone on a journey with Picard and thanks to brilliant performances from Stewart and Winfield we can understand the whole conversation he then has with the Tamarian first officer. Superb writing.

The one where data's rights are on trial is up there for me too. The best single TNG scene is in that episode and it's a Picard monologue. My favourite part about the inner light is that his real life son plays his character's son. They thrusted corny diologue and a forced American accent on him, but he did well! It just makes it all the more endearing.

Only Star Trek can have entire episode about memes 20 years before memes...

And of course there is a subreddit for it: /sub/tenagra

My dog's reaction when I tell him it's time for a bath

Picard made a bad call in this episode. Just my opinion. Every assimilation after that day was on his hands

Good show, flawed characters.

Thats why I worship at the altar of the Sisko. .

You wouldnt have much of a show without flawed characters. If everyone was perfect it would be boring

MRW I overhear a girl at the bar say that she prefers men with beards

MRW I hear a girl at the bar say she prefers men without beards

Trek has enough material to really show those /sub/prequelmemes losers. Let's hope Discovery sparks enough interest for us to muster the troops and take our rightful place as top memers of reddit.

Talk about getting nowhere fast

How I feel when I keep trying to explain to my manager that our documentation at work is screwed up

when I try running in a dream.

My response when I'm asked if I like Star Trek

Oh yes. [Redditly]

I can hear everyone of these

Oh yes. [Picardly]

I've been thinking it was for something else this whole time...

MRW "Doctor Who makes sci-fi history by casting a woman as the lead"

Please tell me someone didn't actually use that phrase in an article

So as far as we know, nobody is saying this except for the people that are complaining about it?

I adore Janeway. Such a badass

Except no one is saying that except people complaining about it

MRW my girlfriend says "Why would you put all that work into a gif just so some jerks you never met can have a chuckle?"

And a chuckle was had, fine Sir.

Just tell her "at least those jerks like my gifs". They always like hearing that

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