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Fandoms: Power Rangers (2017), Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Dino Thunder, Power Rangers in Space
10 Aug 2017
Been thinking about the 2017 movie and how to make it fit into the larger PR continuity. Some thoughts from Tommy and Kim.
24 Jun 2019
Sometimes, when their emotions get to be too much, Scotty, Jim, and Bones go drinking on shore leave. It has been their tradition for the past five years. There, in the many bars across the universe, they won't judge when the three start talking about how badass and amazing their loves are. They can be in love in peace, and they can come to terms with the fact they will never be loved in the same way as they love their dear ones.
Because Spock and Uhura have been dating for eight years. Scotty and Jim think something is going to happen on the first shore leave of the second five-year mission that will involve a wedding canopy and some Vulcan drums.
And Bones just watched Chekov get ready for a dinner to meet the parents of his girlfriend.
The three of them think they will never end up with their love, and they smile because Spock, Uhura, and Chekov are happy. No matter how much it hurts. So they drink.
And Spock, Uhura, and Chekov are all about to prove how wrong they are. As they travel through space to new planets, new people and more missions, Bones', Scotty's and Jim's lives change.
What the hell happened on that shore leave?! Jim wondered.
Garak is a man who excels in making things more complicated than they strictly need to be. Like introducing himself to a pretty boy at lunch: this surely requires 1) a minor personal crisis, 2) urgent espionage while blocking traffic, and 3) space duolingo while hiding behind a ficus. Thankfully, Bashir is a man who exceeds in breaking things down to the very basics: clean lines, a keen mind, and absolute and total obliviousness to spies who may or may not be making a fool of themselves.
Once Garak gets his act together, after all, Bashir can make a fool of himself.