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Star Trek

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Star Trek is a long-running science fiction series created by Gene Roddenberry. Though mostly known for the live-action television shows and films, Star Trek has been adapted into an animated series, a comic book, and countless novels.

Media information[edit]

  • Science Fiction television show.
  • Originaly aired from 1966 to 1969.


  • The Next Generation (1987-1994)
  • Deep Space 9 (1993-1999)
  • Voyager (1995-2001)
  • Enterprise (2001-2005)


  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) KHHHAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNN!!!!!!
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)
  • Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)
  • Star Trek Generations (1994)
  • Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
  • Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
  • Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
  • Star Trek (2009)


Star Trek [Original Series][edit]

  • Kirk-The Captain.
  • Spock-The emotionless Vulcan.
  • Scottie-The engineer with a Scottish accent.
  • McCoy-The doctor who claims that he is nothing else. (I'm a doctor, not a magician!)
  • Uhura-The black female lieutenant. Also one of the first black women to star in a series.
  • Chekov-The guy with a Russian accent (Is it Russian? I'm not really sure...)
  • Sulu-The gay Japanese guy who runs around attacking people with a sword that one time. Has a superbly sexy voice.

Star Trek: The Next Generation[edit]

  • Picard-The other Captain. Sounds English, but is actually French.
  • Riker-First officer. Grows a beard after the first season.
  • Geordi-The blind guy with the cool headgear.
  • Worf-The Klingon who talks about honor all the time.
  • Crusher-The head doctor who ends up marrying and divorcing Picard.
  • Troi-The annoying counselor who thinks that she's always right.
  • Data-The android that wants to be a human. Basically futuristic Pinocchio.
  • Wesley-Crusher's son that wants to be an engineer or something.
  • Pulaski-The other Doctor from season 2.
  • Q-Space God.
  • Lore-Data's evil twin.
  • Guinan-Whoopi Goldberg sans eyebrows. She hates Q.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine[edit]

  • Sisko-The Captain. Spends the first three seasons as Commander. Pulls a Riker and grows a beard. He hates Picard.
  • Kira-The Major. Everyone wants to have sex with her (even the guy with no penis). Thinks Sisko is Space Jesus.
  • Dax-Chief Science Officer. Is actually a worm inside a woman's stomach. Used to be an old man.
  • Bashir- The Doctor who wants to have sex with every woman on DS9. All the other characters think he is annoying. He wants to fuck Kira.
  • Odo-Chief of Security who is also a shapeshifter. Spends more time harassing Quark than doing security things. He wants to fuck Kira.
  • O'brien-Chief of Engineering who was also a regular extra on Next Generation. Horrible things happen to him very often, and he tends to be overtly racist (especially towards Cardassians). He wants to fuck Kira.
  • Worf-Again
  • Quark-Ferengi bar owner who hates any change in the Ferengi way of life, meaning he loves money and nothing else. He wants to fuck Kira.
  • Rom-Quark's brother. An idiot, but also a genius.
  • Jake-Sisko's son who wants to be a writer. He wants to fuck Kira.
  • Nog-Rom's son and Jake's best friend.
  • Garak-Cardassian spy, and Bashir's lunch buddy. Everything he says is a lie.
  • Dukat-Cardassian military official and regular cast member. He's bad but sometimes good. He wants to fuck Kira.

Liked by[edit]

Disliked by[edit]

  • Star Wars fanboys
  • Lord of the Rings fanboys
  • Other people

Used by[edit]

Other information[edit]

  • Some people will think you're a nerd if you like it.
  • Featured both one of the first interracial and same-sex kisses on-screen in American television.
  • Every series has at least one episode where everybody goes crazy (Deep Space Nine does this a lot)
  • Many regular actors on appear in Transformers media. Transformers also makes many references to Star Trek.
  • Seth Mcfarlane made two appearances on Enterprise
  • Occasionally, it's REALLY corny.
    • *Insert double facepalm by Captain Picard here.*

External Links[edit]

Main Source for Poopers[edit]

GeneralGrin has many Star Trek clips including: Star Trek Anger Management (Angry Star Trek Moments), Picard Goes Crazy, Commander Data Goes Crazy, and his Star Trek Mistakes series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5). All of which make good pooping material.