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STAR TREK TRIVIA XII

111) How many times did Captain Kirk say, "Beam me up Scotty" in Star Trek: The Original Series?


Your entire world may have just shattered and we're sorry, but Captain Kirk never uttered this mistakenly iconic phrase. The closest thing he ever said was "Scotty beam me up" which doesn't sound nearly as cool.

112) Which actor received death threats after Star Trek: Generations?


People hated Malcolm McDowell (Soran) so much after he killed Captain Kirk that he actually received death threats.

113) Which Star Trek movie featured the first entirely computer generated movie sequence in cinema history?


The first entirely computer generated movie sequence in cinema history was the Genesis Device demonstration video in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The studio that made the scene would later become Pixar.

114) Why did network censors initially reject the character of Spock?


NBC executives claimed that the pointy-eared, half-blood alien was too satanic looking and would likely frighten the audience.

115) What movie did Eddie Murphy choose to shoot instead of Star Trek: The Voyage Home?


Eddie Murphy had a role written specifically for him in Star Trek: The Voyage Home, but he made the questionable decision to star in The Golden Child instead.

116) What was the only Star Trek TV series not to feature any human female as a main character?


There were no human females in the main cast of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Major Kira Nerys was Bajoran, and Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax was a joined Trill.

117) What is the only intoxicant served on the Enterprise-D?


The only official intoxicant served in TNG's Ten-Forward is Synthenol, an artificial booze that loses its inebriating effects the moment a crew member leaves the bar.

118) Who did George Takei call for Star Wars and Star Trek fans to unite against?


George Takei once called for peace between Star Wars and Star Trek fans to unite against Twilight fans.

119) The Borg were originally supposed to be _______.


The Borg's actions resemble the swarming behavior of insects. In fact, that's what they were originally supposed to be, but budget constraints forced the production team to create Borg robots instead.

120) What movie marked the first time Uhura was given a first name on screen?


Although serious fans already knew Uhura's first name was Nyota, it was first acknowledged on screen in Star Trek (2009).

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