Friday Videos Love Romance

Because, thanks to Lina, I now know that everyone loves romance, even those books that are “more vigorous than most.”


Friday Videos

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    Awesome. Also…mmm…saucy.

    All of a sudden I want to watch some Star Trek… strike that, I want to watch lots and lots of Star Trek! (What I can’t believe is that she’s going to let him walk away with her ereading device! Talk about a reason to put a dagger in his throat!)

    floor69: ….No, not going there.

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    Karen says:

    Someone needs to buy that woman a Nook.  I mean, sheesh, my netbook has a better screen display.  ;)

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    I think I’ve read that book. Also, she ought to set that reader to sepia and dim the display. She’ll strain her eyes reading like that.

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    Katherine says:

    That was the perfect mashup of sci-fi and romance. My romantic inner nerd is v happy!

    Oh who am I kidding. There is no inner nerd. I’m just a nerd through and through…

    dead34. Oh dear. I hope not.

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    Mireya says:

    I wish we had Klingon romance available to read *sigh*  I used to role play (email, text based role playing) in the Start Trek Universe (the classic one, not the new, alternate universe one).  I was the cook in a Klingon battleship, can’t remember if it was an actual Bird of Prey.  I acted as comedy relief and was starting a “romance” with another member of the crew who loved to drop by the kitchen unannounced, finding excuses to bicker with me).  The timeline was that of DS9, during the war against the Dominion, in which the Klingon Empire and the Federation became allies against the Dominion.  Fun times.

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    LizC says:

    Well I know my day’s gonna be good when it starts off with ice cream for breakfast, a Tom/B’Elanna video on my Google Reader (they are like totally one of my favorite pairings ever because I have a thing for relationships that start out of intense antagonism), and will end with a viewing of Iron Man 2 tonight. Yay, Friday!

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    lina says:

    Yay for Klingon romance!

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    I’m going back to bed, because today isn’t going to get better.

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    quichepup says:

    Even though I hated Voyager (I have Chakotay issues) I did love B’Elanna. I don’ blame her, take my book and you die.

    As for Klingon men, Worf tells how it’s done.

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    ummm says:

    umm.. I’d read a Worf romance novel. *blush*

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    Hmmmm….Klingon romance.  I wonder if those ridges extend to other parts of the Klingon male anatomy?

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    El says:

    Darlene Marshall:

    Oh, my!

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    Donna says:

    Ahh… coffee, STV, bitches in fine verbal form. Nice.
    And now for something completely different: Work.
    Pity me.

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    Meredith says:

    Ah, it’s good to be a nerd. :)

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    JamiSings says:

    @quichepup – For me it was Janeway. Something about her was off. I don’t know if it was the actress who played her or the way she was written. All I know is Janeway turned me off of Voyager.

    I did have a thing for The Doctor, however….

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    Donna says:

    I did have a thing for The Doctor, however….

    Oh yes, the nebbishy charms of Robert Piccardo.

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    JamiSings says:

    @Donna – It doesn’t hurt that he can sing. Same with Brent Spiner as Data. I just love a man who can belt out some Sinatra – even though I’m more of a fan of Sammy Davis Jr.

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    Stephanie says:

    That was fantastic on so many levels.

    … Why can’t I get VOY on my TV at all random hours of the day like I can with TNG?

    capcha: french48. Well, that explains that.

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    teshara says:

    LOL! I’d totally forgotten about this!

    Nice to know in the future people are still playing keep away with smutty novels ;)

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    teshara says:

    I would also totally read Klingon Romance.

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    Donna says:

    Jami, it’s amazing how attractive an average man can be when he sings those sweet nothings. And for me? Dean Martin hands down.

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    Samanthadelayed says:

    Count me in for the Klingon romance novel!

    And I love how Worf tries to school Wesley in the fine art of wooing.

    I am such a geek girl!

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    Sewicked says:

    The best was Worf’s reaction to what he was telling Wesley. Obviously, he had some fond memories.

    book72? Only 72, hah!

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    Vicki says:

    OMG, totally have to start watching Star Trek (I grew up with the original and loved it). May have to start writing me some Klingon romances if I can figure out how. Or find some. With all the fanfic out there, there must be some. Any links, anyone?

    hope94 – um, yes, I do

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    JamiSings says:

    Being hot for Spock as a kid (okay, I was three and the most I knew to dream about was holding his hand) I want to read some Vulcan romances.

    That being said, I think Data and his programs for “a wide variety of pleasuring” is more tempting….

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    SilverMiko says:

    Voyager was the first ST series I watched, and I think the thing with Janeway was that she was a fairly flawed captain stuck in an unexpectedly crap situation trying to make the best of it. She did grow on me through the seasons.
    Now the thing that pissed me off with the finale was the random Seven/Chakotay. It was just sooo utterly random and just there because I always felt there was this underlying story between Janeway and Chakotay but I suppose they decided to not go there. (they should have!)

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    JamiSings says:

    That’s probably because Janeway was engaged to someone back on earth and even though he might’ve “moved on” in that time, there’s still something about us humans that want to see people holding out for their long lost love.

    Besides, the man she left behind was taking care of her two dogs. You don’t dump a man who’s been taking care of your dogs while you’re gallivanting around the universe.

    I just can’t help but think if a different actress played her I might’ve warmed up to Janeway more.

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