I know, sounds like an episode of The Animated Series But I don't get it. Are form-fitting, figure-hugging, breast-showcasing garments really so important in the twenty-fourth century? I have to ask it that way because the real reason is obvious I mean, take Troi for example.
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Question - After her resignation in " The Expanse " does anyone recall her being referred to as "Subcommander" at any point in season three? She doesn't hold a formal rank with the Vulcan High Command anymore, so why would they address her by title? Answer - The title is honorary. On a military vessel, you refer to any person s of present or former military rank by their military rank unless specified to be called something else. The only time this does not happen is if the person is dismised from the military via a dishonorable discharge.
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The Merry Piper. Post by HalS Since a majority of our attention has been on her chest. Elvis Gump. Bozo the Evil Klown. Post by Elvis Gump No, it's means that they are men that aren't adolescently obsessed with breasts.
In brief: A pedestrian and obvious main plot saddled with a shameless, obvious, and dumb, dumb, dumb subplot. Just how many times can Jonathan Archer be kidnapped, captured, or thrown into a holding cell in a single season? With "Bounty," the answer is no less than four. He was held in a cell in " The Communicator ," he was sent out on a prison ship in " Canamar ," he was put on trial in " Judgment ," and now he's captured by a Tellarite bounty hunter hired by the Klingons to return him to Kronos after his escape from Rura Penthe in this episode. I'm thinking the writers have played one plot card too many in regard to Archer being wrongly imprisoned.