The Jury Talks Back

12/18/2008

Reqiescat in Pace, Majel…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Scott Jacobs @ 1:19 pm

The First Lady of Star Trek, Majel Barrett Roddenberry, has died of leukemia.

She was always one of my favorites, and frankly…

I always though she was kinda hot.

8 Comments

  1. May the force be with her.

    Comment by Juan — 12/18/2008 @ 2:14 pm

  2. May the force be with her.

    Simpson’s refferance ftw!!

    Comment by Scott Jacobs — 12/18/2008 @ 2:29 pm

  3. I’m sad to hear this. She was always such a professional in her jobs – no hint of snarkiness or camp.

    Comment by steve miller — 12/18/2008 @ 4:39 pm

  4. Man,
    Where does time go? Nice life though.I hope they didn’t torture her trying to ‘save her life’… And Scott I understand about her hotness…

    Comment by pitchforksntorches — 12/18/2008 @ 6:15 pm

  5. While Majel was a minor actress in the Star Trek universe, Gene left a lot to be desired as husband, businessman, and writer.

    Read the Real Story of Star Trek by Herb Solow and Bob Justman. Bob is also the voice of the instructions to Mr. Phelps on the Mission: Impossible series. The two shows were more intertwined thay most people know.

    Comment by PCD — 12/19/2008 @ 8:56 am

  6. While Majel was a minor actress in the Star Trek universe

    You’re dead to me now… :)

    I can’t speak to Gene’s fitness as a husband or businessman, but TOS was awesome (save for the inane comparisons they would make between the tech solution and some barely cogent “real life” situation) is story, as was TNG. I was a HUGE fan of DS9 (which a lot of trek purists don’t care for because it was “darker” and less “shiny-happy future”). I long ago took up the chant of “Space Janeway” (Kate Mulgrew is a fine actress, but I hated that character so much), and fans of ST: Enterprise need to be burned at the stake…

    Comment by Scott Jacobs — 12/19/2008 @ 9:26 am

  7. I could hardly consider someone a minor actress who played so many parts in a series that had so many incarnations. The sheer volume of her work in Star Trek is astounding. R.I.P.

    Comment by backwoods conservative — 12/21/2008 @ 6:07 am

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    Comment by Hayden — 1/6/2009 @ 1:49 pm

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