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The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers (urspr publ 1993; utgåvan 1993)

av Phil Farrand (Författare)

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Six seasons of bloopers, flubs, technical screw-ups, and picayune plot discrepancies for discriminating fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation Stardate 41153.7-46999.9 Starship Enterprise, Registry NCC-1701D We're watching you. . . Is there a control panel inside the turbo lift? (No . . . except in the episode "Brothers") Do or don't personnel have to tap their badge to access their communicator? (Only when the writers feel like it) Yes, we're fans. But we're not unobservant. Some of us even have Vulcanlike logic. Author Phil Farrand figures that even if you love somebody, you can tell them about that dab of mustard on their upper lip. So here's a compendium for Trekkers who are unafraid of pointing the finger at oversights, and who know it's great fun to find the sloppy mistakes (or cost-cutting cheating) in a show that takes itself very seriously. So get your VCR ready and your mind set for hours of enjoyment and mental stimulation with: * Plot oversights * Production problems * Changed premises * Equipment oddities * Trivia questions * Fun facts * Covers every show for the first six seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation * And more!… (mer)
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Titel:The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers
Författare:Phil Farrand (Författare)
Info:Dell (1993), 433 pages
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Here's an unauthorized compendium for Trekkers who are unafraid of pointing the finger at oversights, and who know it's great fun to find the sloppy mistakes (or cost-cutting cheating) in a show that takes itself very seriously. ( )
Denna recension har flaggats av flera användare som missbruk av våra allmänna villkor och visas därför inte längre (visa).
  Tutter | Feb 23, 2015 |
I am a fan of many TV shows, present and past, but few can ever hope to rival my all-time favorite, Star Trek: The Next Generation. It's been said that the golden age of sci-fi and fantasy is when you were 12, and that's exactly the age I began watching TNG every night.

Phil Farrand's Nitpicker's Guide is one of the best supplementary books written by and for the fans. The attention to detail devoted to this collection has to be seen to be believed. And the writing delights with just that right dose of wit and humor. I can't help but smile, even decades later. ( )
  Daniel.Estes | Jan 13, 2013 |
Y'know, in the fall of 2002, I picked up Phil Farrand's The Nitpicker's Guide for Classic Trekkers at the Friends of the Library sale and read it before all the other books I bought, as well as the ones I had already started. In the fall of 2003, I witnessed deja vu, save that I managed to stretch this one out over a couple of more days. This book is very trivial, yet very entertaining. It basically goes through the first six seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation and points out all of the plot flaws, continuity errors and general oversights of each episode. Now this concept could make for the most boring book in the world, but this book is anything but. Phil, I mean, Mr. Farrand writes with such an engaging style that I get the feeling that I'm sitting at the kitchen table with a buddy, quaffing a sociable beverage and talking Trek. (I know, I know, that would be a very one sided conversation. But hey, that's how it usually is in real life. Now you know why I write.) Anyway, I'm putting this one on my shelf.
(Unfortunately at the fall 2004 book sale, I failed to get volume 2 or a Deep Space Nine guide.)
--J. ( )
  Hamburgerclan | Sep 10, 2006 |
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Six seasons of bloopers, flubs, technical screw-ups, and picayune plot discrepancies for discriminating fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation Stardate 41153.7-46999.9 Starship Enterprise, Registry NCC-1701D We're watching you. . . Is there a control panel inside the turbo lift? (No . . . except in the episode "Brothers") Do or don't personnel have to tap their badge to access their communicator? (Only when the writers feel like it) Yes, we're fans. But we're not unobservant. Some of us even have Vulcanlike logic. Author Phil Farrand figures that even if you love somebody, you can tell them about that dab of mustard on their upper lip. So here's a compendium for Trekkers who are unafraid of pointing the finger at oversights, and who know it's great fun to find the sloppy mistakes (or cost-cutting cheating) in a show that takes itself very seriously. So get your VCR ready and your mind set for hours of enjoyment and mental stimulation with: * Plot oversights * Production problems * Changed premises * Equipment oddities * Trivia questions * Fun facts * Covers every show for the first six seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation * And more!

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