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What's new - Mar 2009
|Poll||B'Elanna Torres was your pick for the worst chief engineer! Hmmmm, interesting choice.
This week we are starting a new run of polls related to the upcoming Star Trek XI movie. We're starting by asking your thoughts on the trailers, one by one. So this week we invite you to give your thoughts on the teaser trailer...
|Caption Competition||Congratulations to jg, who won another one - his (her?) sixth win, springing him (her?) into 4th place overall! This week, a pic from Voyager's "The Q and the Gray".|
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|Poll||Montgomery Scott was the runaway winner for best Chief Engineer. This week we ask who was the worst.|
|Caption Competition||Congratulations to Tsukiyumi, winner of last week's competition. This week, a shot from DS9's "Behind The Lines".|
|Poll||T'Pol won your award for worst science officer. Interesting choice, and wouldn't have been mine, but the people have spoken!
This week we ask about chief engineer.
|Caption Competition||Congratulations to Pwn Believable, winner of last week's competition. This week, a picture from TNG's "Cost of Living".|
|Poll||So Spock won best science officer, with Data a close second and everyone else far behind. This week we turn it around as usual and ask for the worst...|
|Caption Competition||Congratulations to Bodhi, winner of last week's competition. This week, an image from The Original Series "Mudd's Women".|
|Poll||Pulaski won by a mile as the Doctor who you would least want treating you. Interesting, she's a horrible person but always seemed a competent Doctor to me. This week we're asking who the best science officer was.|
|Caption Competition||Congratulations to Bodhi, winner of last week's competition. This week, a shot from Enterprise's "The Xindi".|
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