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Data is taking it literally (Star Trek: TNG)

By Guest Author On February 7, 2010 Under Personal Development

Data misunderstands. (Star Trek: The Next Generation: “All Good Things…”, final episode)

O’BRIEN: Looks like we’ll all be burning the midnight oil on this one.

DATA: That would be inadvisable.

O’BRIEN: Excuse me?

DATA: If you attempt to ignite a petroleum product on this ship at zero hundred hours, you will activate the fire suppression system, which would seal off this entire compartment.

Duration : 0:1:14


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25 comments - add yours
BinarySudoku

February 7, 2010

Igniting the …
Igniting the midnight petroleum 😛

GGGritzer

February 7, 2010

Cheers man. Other …
Cheers man. Other folk are sayin uh, he was a JG Lieutenant then. Oh dear. This particular 2 part episode was better than any of the movies this crew made!! Especially the longer version

Tubewings

February 7, 2010

Yeah. The property …
Yeah. The property masters simply goofed up here, giving Data only one gold pip instead of two.

TheREALSisko

February 7, 2010

lol what a …
lol what a brilliant spot to cut the video, LOL @ picards reaction.

FriendsofXan

February 7, 2010

BAhahaha Picard’s …
BAhahaha Picard’s face when Data says,”We will be required to ignite the midnight petroleum!”

hgfggg1

February 7, 2010

i watched paralells …
i watched paralells(sorry if i spelled it wrong),all good things and genarations in a row

Uejji

February 7, 2010

An alien called the …
An alien called the Caretaker in the Delta quadrant was searching for a suitable mate because he was close to death. He picked up all sorts of ships from across the galaxy and brought them to him but was unable to find a suitable mate, so he died. Voyager was among those ships, as well as Chakotay’s ship, the USS Equinox and the “Dreadnought” missile system.

shadowsaiyan

February 7, 2010

:35 to :40 seconds. …
:35 to :40 seconds…. O’Brien should’ve just said: “Man, Google that shit…” lol

Axxidous

February 7, 2010

I was like… 8 …
I was like… 8 when I saw most of Voyager because my mom watched it XD I forget, how did they get lost in the first place? Didn’t they make it back home or were those all fake, imagination, illusion, dream, possible distant future episodes? XD (cuz I know there’s plenty of eps talking about them coming home or being on Earth and there’s no way they’re all real… I believe a lot were fake or something right? XP)

ToasterPig

February 7, 2010

At first it was …
At first it was that way.
They did have different uniforms for different ships.
But after TNG ended they tried to standardize it more.
The first DS9 uniforms became standard starfleet uniforms (which is why they became the voyager uniforms as well.)
Then when DS9 changed their uniforms the TNG movies adopted those uniforms as well.
Voyager didnt change their uniforms however because they were in a different quadrant and were out of the loop when it came to latest fashion crazes in starfleet XD

Axxidous

February 7, 2010

hmm, I remember …
hmm, I remember seeing them wear different uniforms for different ships I think. In one of the series, didn’t they actually show other ships and show different crews in one series for an episode or two and show them wearing uniforms from the other show? It’s probably just to signify which ship they belong to on Star Fleet just as their colors represent which rank and department they’re in on the ship. (I think the collars are even different depending on department in this show)

Sader2202

February 7, 2010

Funny.
Funny.

GGGritzer

February 7, 2010

Data was never a …
Data was never a Junior Grade Lieutenant during before or after. He did tell Riker that he was promoted to Lieutenant Commander rank in conversation during Encounter At Farpoint before his posting on Enterprise. Watch it again

Skjoldvall

February 7, 2010

In that episode …
In that episode they went back to a point in time where he was.

filecabinetwoesprod

February 7, 2010

I love this show …
I love this show LOVE it.
Data RULES.

GGGritzer

February 7, 2010

Data was NEVER a …
Data was NEVER a Junior Grade Lieutenant in this show. Stupid mistake

XPhileRemi

February 7, 2010

Really, it is. I …
Really, it is. I guess all sci-fi directors have an indecision problem…

Oh, I think the soldiers would go on strike….

ToasterPig

February 7, 2010

Star Fleet just …
Star Fleet just cant seem to stick to a uniform design.
Between TNG, DS9 and VOY there are 4 different redesigns of the standard Star Fleet uniform.

If you think about it those three series take place over roughly the same period of time. Thats a lot of redesigns for that short a span of time.

Imagine if our modern military redesigned their standard uniforms that often.

XPhileRemi

February 7, 2010

Ooh, haven’t gotten …
Ooh, haven’t gotten to Voyager yet. I’m in season 5 of DS9. And I do like the uniforms. X33 Especially on Julian. *heehee*

ToasterPig

February 7, 2010

I think my favorite …
I think my favorite uniforms are the Voyager uniforms (which are the same as the ones used on the first few seasons of DS9)
I found them very slick.
I hated Voyager though XD

XPhileRemi

February 7, 2010

*giggle* Luckily… …
*giggle* Luckily…

Yeah, I always did like the TNG uniforms more than any others, they have more… imagination. XDD
Same here. =3

mrgeetah

February 7, 2010

It is from the …
It is from the finale. Picard was being shifted through time.

ToasterPig

February 7, 2010

They did get ticker …
They did get ticker fabric later on XD
The first season uniforms kinda sucked.
Im still not sure if I like the uniforms that came about during DS9 that then got adopted for Star Trek First Contact and all the movies after that (not counting the recent reboot of course)
I think they are well designed except I dont like the designating colors being just on the inner shirt and having the outer jacket so gray.
Its just.. too.. grim.
I would have preferred it be more colorful.

churchmousie

February 7, 2010

The episode that …
The episode that refers to Data’s aging program is “Inheritance” (Season 7), with Juliana Tainer playing Data’s mother. Not sure why they didn’t follow up on that.

weyoun2006

February 7, 2010

haha gotta love the …
haha gotta love the chief’s expressions there