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Kitty's a Trekkie?

startrekcastEverybody's really hyped about the new Star Trek movie..and I might actually go to this one!  I watched WAY more Star Trek than I ever wanted to when I was a kid. Why? Three brothers, only one TV. So I thought I'd share some of my begrudgingly learned Star Trek knowledge with you, in the form of a quiz. Kitty's Star Trek Quiz 1. According to the show's introduction, how long was their mission? a. Three years b. Five years c. Ten years 2. What is a tricorder? a. Device used to determine the severity of injury b. Musical instrument, similar to flute c. Three-cornered hat 3. What is Captain James T. Kirk's middle name? a. Tisdale b. Tiberius c. Thomas 4. What is Mr. Scott's first name? a. Montgomery b. Ward c. Walter 5. What device is used to "beam me up Scotty"? a. Transponder b. Transporter c. Elevator What was the number on the original Star Ship Enterprise? a. 867-5309 b. KL5-3000 c. NCC-1701 7. What is the trouble with Tribbles? a. They multiply too quickly b. They're very poisonous c. They have halitosis 8. Lt. Uhura's name is close to the Swahili word for what? a. Beautiful b. Freedom c. Lion 9. Characters who die early in Star Trek episodes wear what color shirt? a. Yellow b. Green c. Red 10. Who was reportedly the first choice to play Mr. Spock? a. George Lindsay, "Goober" from the Andy Griffith show b. Max Baer, Jr., "Jethro" from Beverly Hillbillies c. Tony Dow, "Wally" from Leave it to Beaver Answers Below! It would not be logical for you to peek!   Answers: 1b, 2a, 3b, 4a, 5b, 6c, 7a, 8b, 9c, 10a 1-3 right: I have a moon rock I'd like to sell you. 4-7 right: Gene Roddenberry would be impressed. 8-10 right: Welcome to Star Fleet, Captain.

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