False Things You've Been Believing About Star Trek

  • Am Vor 50 years

    GrungeGrunge

    Dauer: 11:54

    With the ongoing story of the Federation of Planets and at least a couple of ships named Enterprise, the Star Trek franchise has inspired generations of die-hard fans. There are still a few persistent myths that the crew just can’t seem to shake, though, so here are some of the false “facts” that you’ve been believing about Star Trek.
    During the first season of Star Trek: Discovery, a minor scandal broke out when actor Jason Isaacs admitted he was told not to ad-lib a particular swear word - not because of the profanity, but because it included the word "god." Star Trek has long promoted a humanist and non-religious view of the future, with spirituality usually left to the aliens, and religious figures like God and the Devil often used as tricks by the bad guys.
    Trek producer Brannon Braga once said that creator Gene Roddenberry handed down an edict to the show’s writing staff, saying that, “Religion and superstition and mystical thinking were not to be part of his universe.”
    The show is clearly meant to take place in a future based on atheism and secular humanism, but in practice, that’s not exactly the case.
    While Picard wasn't walking around with a giant crucifix around his neck, human religion has been a bit more present in Star Trek than is popularly thought. We see the Enterprise’s chapel on the Original Series episode "Balance of Terror," and Star Trek: Generations includes a celebration of Christmas, so some version of Christianity certainly seems to have survived to the 23rd century. Uhura even directly references Christianity as being impossible to ridicule in “Bread and Circuses,” when the crew encounters a technologically advanced Roman Empire who have “Sun Worshippers” broadcasting on pirate radio.
    That’s a lot of love for the Lord on the supposedly atheist show.
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    A future without religion | 0:18
    The All-New Next Generation? | 1:59
    A future of Equality | 3:56
    No conflict in the crew? | 5:27
    Redshirts must die! | 6:46
    The golden years? | 8:13
    Chekov’s Soviet origins | 9:08
    “Misquote me, Scotty.” | 10:24

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ladamyre
ladamyre

You missed one of the most famous (and most egregious) misquotes that was never said. From "Treasure of the Sierra Madre", the bandit leader is often repeated as saying "We don't need no stinking badges.", where he actually said, "Badges? We don't got no badges. WE DON'T NEED NO BADGES!" Just, FYI.

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Tim Possible
Tim Possible

The red shirt theory is simple: they were the security officers so they had to put themselves in the line of danger. Comparing red to blue to gold is like comparing police to doctors to executives.

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cyber monkey
cyber monkey

There are only 3 star trek shows worth watching all the rest are shite

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johnny lightning
johnny lightning

Just another reason why i don't subscribe to this. Bullshit video after bullshit video. Why don't you maybe.....................get a job?

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Big10fluff
Big10fluff

All this talk about Roddenberry and religion...and the logical Vulcans were probably the most spiritual folks on the show.

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Scorpomancer
Scorpomancer

"Thankfully Star Trek Discovery..." Yep, you've got nothing. Moving on.

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RealKull
RealKull

sodomites in star trek is NOT a progress...STD stands for 'sexual transmitted diseases' courtesy of the buggery commited by the two happy ass perverts

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helrod
helrod

Careful! By calling Code of honor racist your calling out its remake Black panther

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Flash Retro
Flash Retro

Season 2 was the worst STTNG "episode".

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Flash Retro
Flash Retro

Image all the exploding skulls if a religious Star Trek series was produced.

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AzMick
AzMick

Also, no one cares about anything about ST:D.

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Ugochukwu Anadyk
Ugochukwu Anadyk

Actually people do and a lot for that matter

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Dave Johnson Games
Dave Johnson Games

All of Star Trek after ToS sucked!

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Robert Pierson
Robert Pierson

There is nothing wrong with TNG "Code of Honor! Are black people never to be portrayed as male or female chauvinists, or living in an opportunistic society? Those societies do exist in the world. I bet if the people on that planet were all white, and were portrayed as being pety, power hungry, and manipulative, like the characters in Code.of Honor, the episode would be praised.

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bbo40
bbo40

I read a line once describing Gene Roddenberry's view on plots on Star trek;  he believed in 2 themes:  'Man as god' and 'Man vs. god'

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Alex Janssens
Alex Janssens

This is exactly the opposite of what star trek is. Have you ever watched it?!

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Sarah Kinsey
Sarah Kinsey

DS9 is my favorite show BECAUSE of the darker tones and conflict. That show REALLY makes you think about morality during wartime.

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Sarah Kinsey
Sarah Kinsey

Homunkulus conflict will always exist as long as we are individuals. We are unique and we have differing beliefs and opinions, so there will be some kind of conflict

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Homunkulus
Homunkulus

Yeah, I always found the moralizing in TNG to be shallow. It's pretty easy to sit on your high horse when you're never really faced with complicated moral choices. Conflict is a reality of human nature and will probably never be overcome. The spice lies in what conflicts we're ready to have and how we act during them, how far do we go and where do we look away.

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sHuRuLuNi
sHuRuLuNi

Screw you and your LGBT Discovery filth.

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Rivers_of_Blood Marshal
Rivers_of_Blood Marshal

The original series is by far the best. The latter ones have aliens that look like students from a freshman college drama class did the makeup.... there can be no 'suspension of disbelief ' when you gaze upon those amateurishly done alien faces.....the original series had an excuse if the aliens were goofy looking ( which was rare)- the show was made 20 odd years earlier , so we see zero advancement in alien design with the newer series....

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Sigel Ward
Sigel Ward

what a waste of time, much ado about nothing.

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The Iconian Cat
The Iconian Cat

Yeah you very clearly don’t know much about Star Trek...

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theusernameicoodfind
theusernameicoodfind

Engage

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fuffoon
fuffoon

Looks like star trek phase 2 flopped because of outdated hair styles.

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Francois Fourie
Francois Fourie

lol Political Correctness.

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Alex Janssens
Alex Janssens

Thinking the same.

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datsuntoyy
datsuntoyy

How many actually pay to watch Discovery?

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Phillip Rhoades
Phillip Rhoades

Discovery is shit at being Star Trek. It's just not Star Trek. To top it off, it's not even good TV.

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Dans Music
Dans Music

Modern press teaches that religion is an oddity and not "normal" in culture. Interesting.

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Rob Crane
Rob Crane

Discovery...ugggg.They won't get any more of my time.

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Alex Janssens
Alex Janssens

Discovery is a joke. They pissed me off with the klingons..

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marc smith
marc smith

oh the political incorrectness

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Master Of Puppets
Master Of Puppets

whats funny are all the jagoffs claiming Orville, a poorly acted , silly time in space, is the new TREK

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Joseph Dewey
Joseph Dewey

Um, these are just random things about Star Trek, that are on pretty much every other "top 10" Star Trek trivia videos. What is it that I'm falsely believing about Start Trek not having a religion in the future.

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Gladius
Gladius

They wonder why Discovery failed Miserably The SJWs never learn. You cannot assimilate us! Borg wannabes.

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Jeff Jensen
Jeff Jensen

Simply because something doesn't have LGBTQ characters doesn't mean that it is anti LGBTQ. The idea that it is "necessary" to have these characters in everything in order for them to be inclusive or equal is a myth

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Stryder 200
Stryder 200

Unlike many I don't look to deep into these things as many Libtards do. I enjoyed star trek for what it was and it was fun watching it untill they injected identity politics, gay agenda and feminism into it on steroids and it ruined it for many. I took it for what it was. As for the one with Africans in the episode the PC police would have you believe that you can't speak on tribalistic people which exist till this day and act as what many saw in the episode. This Minority knows it well. This video was well made but the trend to look into the past and pick apart movies and TV shows and judge it by today's standards of some insane loonatics views on society is atrocious.

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Chicken Dancer
Chicken Dancer

You lost me at "thankfully, Discovery..."

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Rob Crane
Rob Crane

Testify.

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Tiffany Wetherspoon
Tiffany Wetherspoon

KIRK: Beam me up Scotty! SCOTT: Och, jings! Someone's beaming up me!

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Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez

Yeah the gay crew members are always orbiting youranus

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75rmc75
75rmc75

11:10 nowadays, common misperceptions are called mandela effects, and people perpetuate these mass delusions as evidence that the fabric of space and time is folding........

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Richard Jones
Richard Jones

What alien species is the narrator of this junk from? Definitely not human.

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HappyandAtheist
HappyandAtheist

where is the S in LBGTQ S for straight your not very inclusive if you exclude the majority of the population.

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HappyandAtheist
HappyandAtheist

xmass is not a Christian festival it is a pagan festival dating 1,000 of years before Christianity. It was stolen by Christianity later.

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TheBelegur
TheBelegur

"If you're red you're dead"

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Arthezius
Arthezius

You lost me at "Thankfully, Discovery....."

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Arthezius
Arthezius

*Wait for Soyboys and fat, overweight lesbians to respond with an evil smile.

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Ben W
Ben W

Data's character is much more likely taken from Gene Roddenberry's pilot episode for the Questor Tapes, a 1970's TV series that didn't get picked up, involving an android main character who is trying to be more human-like and save humankind and discover his creators. Also, Wesley Crusher's first name, Wesley, was Gene Roddenberry's middle name.

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Nunyer Binnis
Nunyer Binnis

Roddenberry was a jerk.

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Kevin Quattro
Kevin Quattro

Actually the Vulcan in the Trek II pilot was in TMP. He was on the space station that gets digitized by V’Ger.

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Ben W
Ben W

Yes, but I don't think Xon was on that outpost / station. Xon's name was changed to Sonak, I think. He walks with Kirk in the scene where Kirk gets out of a monorail-type vehicle and they go on an escalator. Sonak and another crewman are lost in the transporter accident scene. Kirk and Sonak talk some, and the idea was, Sonak had been assigned as a Vulcan science officer, since Spock was on Vulcan undergoing the Kolinahr.

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chitlika
chitlika

Pouffs in space ................Cruising around Uranus .....No Thank you

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Helen Stanford
Helen Stanford

Someone may've posted this, but from "Balance of Terror," when Kirk officiates over a wedding: "...in accordance with our laws and our many beliefs...." See that? "Our many beliefs." I don't see that as being humanist.

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Ryan Maliek
Ryan Maliek

All the complaining about the women was ridiculous. First, TOS aired in the mid to late 60’s. Things were different then. Women were just starting to get into the workforce. It was just a representation of the times. What they don’t include when they complain is that Star Fleet has women in the military, women doctors, women officers, women bridge officers, and a black women as a bridge officer with a lieutenants rank. That was completely unheard of in those days. The uniforms the women wore were literally the height of fashion for the young women in the late 60’s. They show was using stylish clothes to attract viewers, which shows continue to do to this day. That short skirt/knee high boot look was massively popular with young women in that time.

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Ryan Maliek
Ryan Maliek

The very first one is BS. Go back and watch TOS again. They mentioned God, the Garden of Eden, the Devil, the serpent in the Garden of Eden, and Adam & Eve multiple times during the entire run. They even mentioned the Greek gods in an episode.

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Ryan Maliek
Ryan Maliek

Chris Cunningham Well sort of. Even DS9 was heavily into the religion of the Bajorans, and having faith outside of what you believe and see. Yes Gene was dead at that point, but the Trek series did have its share of religious views.

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Chris Cunningham
Chris Cunningham

Ideally Gene wanted a humanity that was devoid of religion, etc. but unfortunately, you can't escape contemporary 60's mindsets.

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Lt General Goon
Lt General Goon

The fuck TNG code of honour was one of the best episodes

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MrTheoLater
MrTheoLater

Wait. People bitched about the Star Trek episode because the black people were wearing African outfits? When you've got these ridiculous women today that dress like they're still living in Africa every time they go on TV or just out and about. They put that ridiculous drape piled up on top of their head and wear those giant plaid quilted mumus

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SeaMonkey137
SeaMonkey137

Way too much preoccupation with social engineering in this review.

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Ed Petrovski
Ed Petrovski

In fact, Sherlock Holmes did say, "elementary my dear Watson" in one of the movies...Sherlock Holmes in Washington.

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Hiraghm
Hiraghm

why not include LGBTQ characters? You've already got bestiality. Kirk, Picard, Ryker, any number of characters have sexual relationships with aliens from other planets, making them less related to us than are insects. Yes, Ryker screwing a black widow spider would be less bestial than Ryker screwing Troi.

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john gerity
john gerity

This should be renamed "shit everyone already knows about Star Trek"

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steve p
steve p

youre grovelling to the pc diks of films & tv why do people constantly push the bender agenda on every thing we watch its disgusting to think their are some great script writers out there but are constantly having their work alterd and ruined by tossers who think people who are not black /gay/muslim /have to keep apologising because they are white look at the spider man movies peter parkers school bully was always awhite jock now hes an Asian nerd there are no films or tv programes that isn't shoving this pc shit down peoples throats

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Roy Perkins
Roy Perkins

Utopia is bullshit it doesn't work in the real world and it fails miserably in fantasy!

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Brian Fulwood
Brian Fulwood

“Christmas” is not christian

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djhutchison
djhutchison

I've never seen ST:D, but I've heard enough about it to know the truth about Issac's character. I think that bit of profanity would have been useful foreshadowing that maybe he wasn't who he claimed to be.

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vineheart01
vineheart01

Percentile statistics when involving different numbers mean nothing. Original series only had 3 seasons and 6 movies for red shirts to die with. Next Gen is more than 8x that in terms of seasons across multiple series in the same generation and i wanna say about as many movies but lets be honest next gen movies all sucked. No duh the gold one is going to be higher. Muuuuuch bigger sample size. Its why cows are 300 times more likely to kill than a shark...no shit when man isnt around a shark 24-7 but we are around cows damn near 24-7

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R of the NJ-C
R of the NJ-C

Yes, “God” in Star Trek V was shown to be a hoax/false deity of Sybok’s own making, however at the end of the film, Kirk said, “Maybe God isn’t out there, but he’s in here” (points to his own heart). Atheism aside, if Roddenberry was promoting that viewpoint of a non-religion future, he seemed to go about face on his POV for Star Trek’s philosophy quite often including in Star Trek V. I understand that TOS had the age of religious church-goers controlling the television ratings systems, but by the Trek films, Roddenberry had more control over what was being produced and there were still mixed messages strewn in between.

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P. Candice Goddard
P. Candice Goddard

Could you rewod the title because there's no similarity between humanism and atheism. I never heard anyone describe Star Trek as an atheist show before watching this video. I mean what will your next video claim, that most people who practice Eastern Buddhism think that it is an atheistic religion despite the many gods, demons and other supernatural entities? I guess this show was made for people who think that anything after and include 2009 is Star Trek and not a disgusting bastardisation and rape of a man's legacy.

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P St
P St

All this inclusion of minorities is sickening. Focus on story instead of enforcing certain live habits into shows just to have them....

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Eric Ebel
Eric Ebel

The other thing to remember about the pilot episode is that the female personnel wore real uniforms, not the cocktail waitress get-up from the main series. In a forgotten scene from early in TNG, they had the junior male personnel on the bridge walking round in sleeveless tops and hot pants.

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Commander Rockwell
Commander Rockwell

no thanks on lbgtq

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Justin Springer
Justin Springer

The first fact is about STD? video paused and downvoted.

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Ellen McCleve
Ellen McCleve

this is misguided n should be sent to bed without dinner. what a loser

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Canadian Ninja
Canadian Ninja

I knew almost all of these. Depressing. Didn't know the Discovery things, but tv wise the franchise ended after Enterprise so I'm afraid I had no idea what the video was talking about.

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oldfrog17 Cliff
oldfrog17 Cliff

Interesting point... "Beam me up, Scotty" was used in the animated series which is considered cannon.

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Daniel Lindholm
Daniel Lindholm

Christmas wasn't a Christian invention. It was a druid ceremony based on naturalistic worldview, or in modern ways Wiccan tradition.

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TexanerinLondon
TexanerinLondon

Esoteric. No one looks at Christmas that way.

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Chris M Collecting
Chris M Collecting

What a garbage video and channel - ignorant and uniformed

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Le Pom
Le Pom

So the secret to good script writing is.... add gays?

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TexanerinLondon
TexanerinLondon

Apparently virtue signaling is more important than the plot. Please ignore the cluster-F that is the latest ST iteration that people have rejected in favor of the Orville of all things.

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TheMoon
TheMoon

seems more like that the people saying you are a noob are just angry about the religion bit, they dont like their whole world view crashing down around them

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TexanerinLondon
TexanerinLondon

Or he made errors about multiple things and you're just mad a channel you were dumb enough to subscribe to was shown to be incredibly ignorant about a topic it tried to be authoritative on.

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TheMoon
TheMoon

PRAISE JESUS!

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Robin Gilliver
Robin Gilliver

Atheists are fucking retarded.

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GravityBoy72
GravityBoy72

What has "long vexed the franchise"? Has it fuck. What a load of politically correct bollocks.

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Snuggles McSquishbottom
Snuggles McSquishbottom

The words "thankfully Discovery" should never be in a sentence except in one ending with "is over".

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James Kennedy
James Kennedy

And haven't you noticed that STD is a dud????

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Al McGee
Al McGee

Out of every Star Trek series, STD is the worst. That is according to most people on the internet. Deep Space Nine seems to be the best series. I think I could have handled Star Trek Discovery if Michael Burnham wasn't in 87% of the scenes. If you took out every one of the scenes that Michael Burnham was in, you would probably have about an 87 minute episode... and that's for both seasons. People can call me sexist and call me racist but they know it is true. Janeway was an excellent captain and every other main character that was black and Star Trek for great actors and actresses. And I don't consider guinan a main character or a good actress in Star Trek TNG. She was pretty much a token character... unlike Geordi Laforge, captain Cisco, and Uhura who actually added something to the story.

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Karl-Heinz Erlenhain
Karl-Heinz Erlenhain

the reason why the colours are so messed up, is because the dude who was in charge of props and consumes was actually colorblind..

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Ed Petrovski
Ed Petrovski

And stoned.

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Tyler Durden
Tyler Durden

STD isnt Star Trek ... Its shit !!!

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Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor

1:50 This line was included against Gene's wishes.

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Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor

@Mega Zeta This wasn't just "not his idea" he was actively opposed to religion in the series.

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Mega Zeta
Mega Zeta

Good thing so many of the things people remember about the original series weren't Gene's ideas, huh?

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Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor

Just because they have Christmas doesn't mean it is Christianity. Christmas was a pagan celebration which was taken over by the early Christian church. As an atheist I still celibate Christmas as a time for family and gift exchange.

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Timothy Perkins
Timothy Perkins

Bread and circuses was stupid! Rome was full of sun worshippers. Apollo, Helios, Mythras, Baal, etc. Etc. Not to mention the Pontifex Maximus, which later became the Pope. Christmas was originally celebrating the birth of the unconquered sun. Real Christians celebrate Jesus birth on Yom Teruah (Tosh Hoshanna).

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battlestarmarc
battlestarmarc

Tos star trek was great.

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Jason Honingford
Jason Honingford

You need some history lessons white boy. Internet searches are not cutting it for you. The only black women on TV back then were maids and secretaries. Also, the Federation was not based on religion and did not care for it. No one thought the STTNG was all new, in fact just the opposite. The crew could have conflict *as long as* it was resolved at the end of each episode. Redshirts or anyone not in the main crew beaming down to a planet were most likely to die period.

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James Mac777
James Mac777

Star Trek was never about equality, you cannot have a Federation captain that is full of win and be equality to the galaxy at large. Gene Roddenberry did place women into empowering positions of authority, and he also placed them into sexual provocative positions, but that is only because they could do the job in the super Star Trek future where machines do the manual labor, where even a food replicator makes you breakfast. There is no equality in Star Trek, that would ruin the show; because, if you don't unbalance the galaxy, then there is neither drama nor trouble to make the Federation captain a hero. Star Trek is gloriously unbalanced and has a dark galaxy to explore and dominate, and this is the show. Hollywood lives by drama and trouble; without it, then there is no show; because nobody wants a show of growing grass for the summer.

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Jim Rinkenberger
Jim Rinkenberger

"Star Trek is about equality" - watches show after show with officers in spacious multi-room living quarters while average crewmen and -women sleep on bunks 2-10 in a room.

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James Mac777
James Mac777

Gene Roddenberry is selling a fantasy for those spacemen in television land, and to make real Earth religion a focus is to make the Star Trek show very serious, because people take it personally. Real religion is downplayed, but not censored, as we see Crystal Cool Jesus Christ (Television Tropes site of a fake religion made to appear awesome for a show); but there are religious moments, because things like death and weddings have to be dealt with. Religion is not banned, as for the Vulcans science is a religion, and Mr. Spock is one of the priests of high religion of Vulcan. Gene Roddenberry also took the old Earth myths, such as the Greek gods, and made them super-future, space aliens who once have visited earth, such as the god Adonais ("Who Mourns for Adonais?" episode in the original series), and this is a source of entertaining storytelling: In the story, Adonais decides to return to the Olympian gods upon discovering that the human race has matured and no longer consider him a god, like when he visited Earth. This causes the Star Trek universe to be like a jungle swamp of various levels of development from the base caveman stories ("The Galileo Seven" episode) to the super-future energy beings, such as the Organians whom prevented a war between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, where you can be devoured by something and not know what it ever was, such as the Crystalline Entity of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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drownoble
drownoble

Grunge should of done more research before doing this video. It's chocked full of errors in the beginning. The Original Series episode had a chapel in one episode, but it's not referred to as christian nor is any of the symbols remotely christian in nature. The Picard scene in Generations did show a christmas tree which, itself, is NOT christian in nature. Christmas, as a holiday, was celebrated long before christianity even existed. The tree is adapted from a pagan pre-christian tradition of bringing a tree inside for the winter solstice. The modern Xmas holiday is, in actuality, very secular as the vast majority of decorations and depictions are non-religious in nature. Why assume Uhura is referring to christianity in the episode she says "son of god" when islam (the religion of the swahili) also has a similar story to jesus' origin. She IS swahili after all.

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John Kincaid
John Kincaid

Yup, really.. What does GOD need with a Star Ship.!?

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Jason Kaye
Jason Kaye

I'm sure it has something to do with rowing a boat

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Alex Cummings
Alex Cummings

One big issue with the first one. Christmas isn’t a Christian holiday.

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Alex Cummings
Alex Cummings

TexanerinLondon your bible in origin was an instrument of subjugation war and conquest by Constantine “the great” the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. He forced philosophers to compile and write the Bible into Greek and then Latin. Any philosophers who refused to help were executed. Then made several copies and bound in gold. Then he proceeded to conquer and destroy in the name of god using bullshit paraphrased writings of very long dead philosophers not a god. Edit: the core of your entire religion is based on death and blood.

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Alex Cummings
Alex Cummings

TexanerinLondon the funniest part of your comment is you say false to my comment then you further give my comment strength by the second part of your comment.

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Alex Cummings
Alex Cummings

TexanerinLondon lmfao.... no it isn’t. It’s a holiday of worshipping oneself and materialism.

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TexanerinLondon
TexanerinLondon

False. You can debate origins all you want but what it has become is a Christian holiday.

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Alex Cummings
Alex Cummings

James Mac777 Nobody actually knows when Jesus was born. The history of Christmas began in the Roman Empire. They celebrated Saturnalia to mark the end of the harvest. In this festival men would gable, cross dress, have gay sex, and beat their wives. In Northern Europe they celebrated Yule which was believed to be the birth of the sun. They would burn the biggest log they could find drink and hang out around evergreen trees to ward off winter depression. When Christianity took over Europe many people still celebrated pagan holidays. So the church forcefully inserted Christ into the festivals as a form of compromise. The pagans didn’t give a shit because they were still drinking and partying. In England poor people would riot in rich sectors and force rich people to feed them their best food and wine. When puritans formed a colony on the American continent they decided the violence of “Christmas” was not very “Christian” and banned it. In many communities exhibiting any kind of Christmas sprit would result in a fine or worse. When heavy immigration began in the 1800’s the people brought Christmas traditions and other traditions and turned Christmas into what it is today which is a complete facade.

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Puritania
Puritania

Too bad discovey is the worst of all star trek

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Wasteland Gypsy
Wasteland Gypsy

Some one needs to watch the ultimate computer tos episode.

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Boe Dillard
Boe Dillard

I got to the point where he said something positive about STD and I knew this was a worthless video.

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Ugochukwu Anadyk
Ugochukwu Anadyk

Give it a rest

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Mega Zeta
Mega Zeta

That's pretty childish of you.

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Skaribou
Skaribou

STD sucks

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drschplatt
drschplatt

False Things You've Been Believing About Star Trek: 1. Star Trek Discovery has something to do with Star Trek.

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TexanerinLondon
TexanerinLondon

@Mega Zeta Snowflake

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Mega Zeta
Mega Zeta

Whiner

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Scio Hermetikum
Scio Hermetikum

At least Discovery has a Gay Couple... Great that Discovery got that going for it at least because you know....rest of the show is rubbish. Oh but what do I hear? The characters are stolen from an Indiedev? Whoops.

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natchnieni0
natchnieni0

And you forget about DS9 where mysticism was ALL OVER THE PLACE.

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Zen
Zen

Mysticism by an alien race, however. Roddenberry said it just wasn't supposed to be done by humans.

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Ben Chaney
Ben Chaney

Millions of non religious and non Christian people celebrate Christmas every year...

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Jewels E
Jewels E

You forgot to include Star Trek: Enterprise in this video.

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Sensitive Skeptic
Sensitive Skeptic

0:21 #stdawareness

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