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I’m about to log off for the night but I want to talk about #StarTrekProdigy so tell me about your favorite bits and I’ll reply tomorrow! (Replies may contain spoilers.) πŸ––πŸ»πŸ“ΊπŸ’»

This thing where I need to sleep instead of staying up all night watching Star Trek: Discovery is really bumming me out. πŸ––πŸ»

Don’t want to spoil the Lower Decks finale much but I was so distracted by my delight at encountering Captain Sonya Gomez I actually missed anything else in the first few minutes and had to rewind. Gomez is probably my favorite TNG character outside the main crew. πŸ––πŸ»πŸ“Ί

πŸ’»πŸ“ΊπŸ–– Watched Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 1 Episode 1 & oh my goodness how fun is this show? So fun! Mariner is my fave. “Do you know Deanna Troi? Her body be bangin'!”

πŸ’»πŸ“Ί Watched Salt Fat Acid Heat episode 1, “Fat.”

Excuse me I will be over here flailing because I just learned there is a licensed Star Trek TNG/X-Men crossover novel. πŸ––πŸ“šπŸ“ΊπŸ—―οΈ

UPDATED TO ADD: Literally the day after I learned about this book it went on $0.99 ebook sale. Reader, I bought it.

πŸ”–πŸ“Ί Read Nathan Lane on Only Murders in the Building’s Big Twist.

πŸ”–πŸ“Ί Read Why Only Murders in the Building Is the Most Romantic Show on TV.

Asking for a friend: what do you think Kaz Brekker’s D&D class would be? Rogue? I feel like rogue. (The friend is me.) πŸ“šπŸ“ΊπŸŽ²

Whoopi Goldberg has done a lot of great work in her career, but I think I’ll always feel that Guinan has been her greatest role. πŸ––πŸ“Ί

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