Monday, February 27, 2006

trekkie

Thanks to Lilly for this one.

Okay, I used to be quite a Star Trek fan, but only really the original. As a kid I had a bit of a crush on James T. Oh, and that one with the thick Russian accent that looked like Davey off The Monkies. Anyway, on with the silly quiz. I was almost my crush - James T. Kirk! Oh my.

Your results:
You are Deanna Troi
































Deanna Troi
75%
James T. Kirk (Captain)
65%
An Expendable Character (Redshirt)
60%
Beverly Crusher
55%
Will Riker
55%
Chekov
55%
Spock
54%
Worf
50%
Uhura
50%
Mr. Sulu
50%
Data
48%
Jean-Luc Picard
45%
Mr. Scott
35%
Geordi LaForge
25%
Leonard McCoy (Bones)
20%
You are a caring and loving individual.
You understand people's emotions and
you are able to comfort and counsel them.


Click here to take the "Which Star Trek character are you?" quiz...

16 comments:

Lilly said...

A crush on Captain Kirk, eh? Hehe :-)

He is Alan's biggest hero -- it's never 'William Shatner' [or what's his name] -- oh no, it's always CAPTAIN KIRK!

paintergirl said...

Oh Kirk...he was so sauve and sexy in that captain's chair. And fast with a laser gun too!

Lilly said...

That last sentence, PC! What are you implying? ;-P

Rose said...

Ohhh, girls. Captain James T. Kirk can point his laser gun at me anny old time. Doesn't look quite the same man in Boston Legal, eh, but he's pretty funny in it.

I used to love those wonderful choreographed fight scenes when the music went wild. I was watching the very silly Cabel Guy the other night and they had a Trek-inspired fight scene with all the music. It was hilarious (even though it was Jim Carrey... euuugh).

Alan said...

WHAT DO YOU MEAN CHOREOGRAPHED?!?!?!
Every fight was pure unrehearsed spontaneous energy!
Captain Kirk is the greatest hero that will ever live!
My behaviour is not obsessional, but merely a natural admiration for the amazing exploits of this fearless warrior and universally-reknowned lover!

On a serious note (!), did you know that there is a REAL plaque in Riverside, Iowa that celebrates the birth of Captain James Tiberius Kirk on March 22, 2233?

Rose said...

A plaque? Cracks me up. I wonder if there'll be some weirdo (and very old) Trekkies who will be celebrating Kirk's birthday on that date.

Lilly said...

Oh oh, here we go -- Alan's on a CAPTAIN KIRK roll again.....

Listen, Rose, there will be
-- can you guess who? ;-P

Rose said...

Oh my. Don't tell me he has any Trek-inspired clothes... ;)

word verification: yseexavi

Alan said...

March 22nd actually is his birthday (William Shatner's, that is).

One week before mine. I wish I'd been born a week earlier. As it is, I share my birthday with Deanna bloody Troi.

I sold my Star Trek uniform (only ever used for fancy dress parties) on E-bay a couple of years ago for about 40 quid.

Rose said...

Hope you got a tidy sum. What was the costume? Hope it wasn't just a redshirt. Mind you, I'm hightly pissed off that I was fricking Deanna Trpoi. I would rather have been a redshirt. She's so namby-pamby.

Alan said...

It was a yellow 'Next Generation' effort.
Which allowed much 'Worf growling' to ensue.

Rose said...

Oh, Alan, I wish you had a photo you could post...

Lilly said...

I just asked him, Rose -- I am afraid that's a "NO"

[dammit!]

Alan said...

No photos of me in uniform, but one of me on the bridge of the original USS Enterprise with moody biker jacket and sullen expression (aged about 19)HERE

Rose said...

Excellent! That's a very serious look.

Also loved the pics of your Lambretta. But didn't manage to open the .wmv files of Lilly's dad. My Windows Media Player went all weird on me. I'm on a Mac you see.

Lilly said...

That's a shame, Rose -- that's a piece of really cool footage of my 'old man' :-D