More music from outer space! It’s not an original scene this time, but someone cut up a bunch of episodes and put them back together to create this funny version of “Let it snow”. Wrong season, I know, I know. But I couldn’t resist.
Next addition to my collection of videos with characters from science fiction shows singing: Data, the android from Star Trek: The Next Generation, improvising a song about life forms because “I just love scanning for life forms …”
Excuse me now while I sit on the floor to finish laughing.
Data, Worf, and Captain Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation decided to join the singing party. They don’t sing as well as Seven of Nine, but they’re doing their best.
Music and Star Trek again. This time a real scene from Star Trek: Voyager. A former Borg and a hologram singing a duet – oh, the sweet randomness of science fiction. Even though I sort of dislike both Seven of Nine and the Doctor (he must be one of the most annoying holograms ever, gah) I have to admit that this is a wonderful scene.
Whenever I’ll be done with this annoying term paper I’ll just wrap myself in a blanket and glue myself to a screen to re-watch some good old TNG and Voyager. Take that, Mr Talmy and friends. I’ll just pretend I’m studying alien languages, hoping they don’t express locomotion at all.
alone in a room
blue stars in the evening
blow out the candles
A quick haiku that came to my mind after watching the last scene of the StarTrek:TNG episode “Attached” www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnAJCH…; (from minute 8:15) I can be such a sappy geek sometimes when it comes to shipping … mais je ne regrette rien :P
Now, where was I? The term paper I’m writing at the moment is due tomorrow, I believe, and I’m not even half done with the glossing of the Swahili sentences I need for it.
Old but gold. Isn’t it awesome?
The hula hoop scene never fails to crack me up.