Monday are hard, especially after a long holiday weekend! Take a few moments today to join our #AllStarTrek community, as we highlight the top tweets of the week.
On Sunday night, the crew on Star Trek: The Animated Series encountered a mysterious giant cloud creature. Our heroes from Star Trek: The Original Series traveled to Vulcan. Captain Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation violated a Prime Directive when seeking advice on the future. Kira's resistance cell was put in danger in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. We focused on Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager. Last but certainly not least, Star Trek: Enterprise saw Archer's ship came in contact with an alien vessel.
This is a combination of the planet eater and the cell creature. And it once again comes from outside the galaxy #allstartrek— CyberSpock (@kaufman_roger) November 28, 2016
The Beastie Boys have a special place in the Trek universe, especially the new cinematic universe.
Only Scotty could think of something so crazy and accomplish it. #allstartrek— Shiloh30 (@Shiloh30) November 28, 2016
We love Scotty!
Boy they were really pushing the outer limits of Spock's abilities here. #allstartrek— F. Matthew Fagan (@fmfagan) November 28, 2016
Even Vulcans have limits.
Apple should have done their Star Trek research.
The female crewmen really come to the rescue in this episode! This would've made a great regular episode! Doohan had a voice! #allstartrek— F. Matthew Fagan (@fmfagan) November 28, 2016
Perhaps James Doohan missed his calling to be a singer.
Oh how we love The Animated Series.
...does Chekhov have his wig on backwards? #allstartrek— Emma Claus ?? (@SchmoopyWoopy) November 28, 2016
Huge amounts of adrenaline in Spock's bloodstream? He's become a teenage boy! #allstartrek— Mark McDermott (@HeyMcDermott) November 28, 2016
Spock smash! #AllStarTrek— #SeriousPickle (@BeEtLjOoZ) November 28, 2016
Move over. The ship? No you, sir. #allstartrek ?— Dangerous Christmas (@iamnotatwit) November 28, 2016
Troi should be able to tell if he is lying or not since he is just a human! #allstartrek— Jeffery Spidersquid (@DrSpidersquid) November 28, 2016
When this episode was filmed, environmentalists said our world would resemble Venus by 2016. #AllStarTrek— 크리스 (@SaphyreSilver) November 28, 2016
Again, we let guests with no security clearance wander ANYWHERE on the ship. Then he steals a shuttlecraft. #allstartrek— Mark McDermott (@HeyMcDermott) November 28, 2016
Well Data looks like one of those 290 anomalies you ignored earlier turned out to be a big deal after all! #allstartrek— Jeffery Spidersquid (@DrSpidersquid) November 28, 2016
Come on, Data!
Burning off the planets atmosphere?! - No let's NOT do that okay? That sounds like rather a BAD thing. #allstartrek— F. Matthew Fagan (@fmfagan) November 28, 2016
Of course the diabolical thief is from NJ. #allstartrek— A_FarScape (@A_FarScape) November 28, 2016
Ugh. Always tears me apart when the transporter malfunctions. #allstartrek— Jake Christensen (@ChildeJake) November 28, 2016
We could not agree more!
Neelix is my homeboy. ?#allstartrek— RhymePhile (@RhymePhile) November 28, 2016
Neelix is always there when ya need him.
They don't know what their curiosity is going to get them all into. #allstartrek— ❀ Lisa ❀ (@HaikuFlower) November 28, 2016
It's official we found worse parents than Kira. Seven of Nine's parents for the win. #allstartrek— Jane Doe (@shegivesbrains) November 28, 2016
Thanks again for your #AllStarTrek tweets! Catch more Trek tonight, and every weeknight, starting at 6pET and Sunday night starting at 7pET.
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