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Star Trek 2.0: The Naked Time Rebooted 27.09.2010

Posted by Commodore Mendez in New Trek.
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"Your blood pressure is practically nonexistent, assuming you call that green stuff in your body blood."

Famous episodes of Star Trek TOS if they were rebooted by J.J. Abrams, et. al.

“The Naked Time,” Stardate 1704.2
The Enterprise travels to a deep space mining station on an asteroid run by the Tagruato Corporation. The transporter seems to be malfunctioning, so Young Douchey Kirk space-rappels down to the surface and fixes the transporter. He finds all the scientists there dead—and naked. A beaming party lands, including Ensign Hawkins (Alias‘s Greg Grunberg), who carelessly removes his gloves to pick up a cheeseburger and is contaminated by a strange red liquid pulsing nearby.

Back on board, Hawkins  threatens Young Douchey Sulu with a Phaser Gatling gun. YD Sulu, visibly glad to get more than 37 seconds of screen time, doffs his shirt and disarms Hawkins  using capoeira.

Soon, whatever affected Hawkins spreads to other crew members and quickly spreads throughout the ship. Crewmembers began to shed their uniforms and make out openly all over the ship.

Meanwhile, Young Douchey Uhura tries to get Young Douchey Spock to touch one of the infected crewmembers.

How about that one? Pick him up. He needs help.

He does not appear to need attention.

I know a girl who does. Hey, how about that one?

But he says he needs to see the captain. Elsewhere, Scotty and his pet/assistant Keenser emerge from Scotty’s quarters, both looking sad. Scotty delivers the famous line: “I canna’ change the laws of physics.” In Engineering, lesbian Lieutenant Katie Reilly has taken over the engines and began singing k.d. lang songs.

Meanwhile, Hawkins dies in Sick Bay. YD Kirk becomes overwrought with emotion about losing a crewmember and takes off his shirt. He is infected and in turns infects YD McCoy and YD Spock. They leave Sick Bay to enjoy Budweiser Classics in the observation deck naked. Laughing and crying about his lack of emotions, and how he doesn’t know what YD Uhura means when she wants him to “have some JuicyFruit,” YD Spock suddenly realizes that on the Tagruato  asteroid, a virus has been living undisturbed for centuries was uncovered by the scientists. He re-engineers the virus’s DNA and turns it into a vaccine. A naked Young Douchey Chekhov protests, “Do not waccinate me.”

YD Kirk, YD Spock, and YD McCoy gather around the captain’s chair. YD Spock agrees that he has acquired a taste for lager. YD Kirk pats him hard on the shoulder and says, “You’re Number One in my book.”

Meanwhile, YD Uhura intercepts a transmission about a conspiracy to destroy Starfleet.

Star Trek 2.0: This Side of Paradise Rebooted 17.09.2010

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Because people won't like big sci fi words like "Berthold rays."

Famous episodes of Star Trek TOS if they were rebooted by J.J. Abrams, et. al.

“This Side of Paradise,” Stardate 3417.3–3417.7
The Enterprise sets out on a grim mission to recover the bodies of Omicron Ceti III colonists, who are assumed dead from exposure to UV rays. But a landing party finds the colonists attending a rave and drinking Coke. Young Douchey McCoy examines them, then raises a bottle and declares, “If any place is paradise, this is it.” Young Douchey Spock meets an old flame, Leila Kalomi (Keri Russell), who shows him strange CGI flowers, the smell of which imposes a state of euphoria on people while also making them really thirsty. Even YD Spock is affected, and his half-human emotions surface.

How long has it been?

About seven years, I’d say. Do you have protection, baby?

Meanwhile, Young Douchey Chekhov tells one of the colonists who says she loves him, “That is wery kind of you.” Scotty and his pet/assistant Keenser try to make their own brew of Saurian brandy, with hilarious  results.

YD Spock and Leila hook up—just as Young Douchey Uhura beams down. An onscreen 17-minute catfight ensues. YD Spock exposes YD Uhura to the flower, and all three move away into another room.

The spores rapidly infect the crew, causing them to mutiny against Young Douchey Kirk, who is genetically immune to the spores. The bare-chested YD Spock confronts  YD Kirk, who immediately removes his shirt. An onscreen 17-minute wrestling match ensues.

After commercial, YD Spock and YD Kirk emerge from the captain’s quarters, both with wet hair. YD Spock says the only logical thing to do is to create a subsonic transmitter to spread YD Kirk’s immunity to the others.

Later, Leila says, “Do you mind if I say I still love you?” YD Uhura stares phasers at her, but YD Spock makes no objection. Then she asks if he has another name besides Spock. He tells her. “You couldn’t put your mouth around it.” They embrace, and he slips Leila his phone number.

Meanwhile, Young Douchey Sulu finds another clue about a conspiracy to destroy Starfleet.