I always wondered what this guy looked like.
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21 Responses to “First!”
  1. Anonymous says:

    *makes horrible nasal-drip geek sound* ahem, wrong, my dear n00bz.

    The Star Trek episode that most closely aligns with what Mr. Alcott desrcibes is “The Savage Curtain”, episode 77, which first aired March 7, 1969 when I was precisely three weeks old. A band of volcanic lava-men abduct Kirk and Spock, along with Abraham Lincoln and Surak, the father of Vulcan nonviolence and logic. The four of them are taken to the lava men’s combat planet, then forced to do battle with Genghis Khan, a genocidal 21st ventury supervillain named Colonel Green, Kahless the Unforgettable (brutal founder of the Klingon empire) and Zora, who is some kind of crazy cat lady with a mean streak. The lava men known nothing of good and evil and wish to see which philosophy will prevail. Place your wagers now. Handicapper’s notes: Surak won’t fight at all, he’s like a pointy-eared Gandhi. But Lincoln…well, the don’t call him the railsplitter for nothing.

    Always happy to lend a hand when it comes to science fiction…pre-1990 science fiction, anyway.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for that.

    What a shame that the studios are shying away from spec scripts. It seems everyone I read is a budding screenwriter. I suppose all you can do is submit them and hope you catch someones imagination.

    Well you cant go wrong in property. It seems to be the big thing in the UK. My own flat has increased 100% in 4 years. If I could just take the profit out and go travelling again, I would be some much happier; but I could never get onto the property ladder again!

  3. There is no way to escape the obligatory comment on this comments page. A great video nevertheless.

  4. teamwak says:


    Well I had to, didnt I?

  5. craigjclark says:

    “Am I doing Satan’s work? Yes.”

    Well, at least the guy’s honest.

  6. noskilz says:

    Cute video.

    What’s really irksome is when dueling firsters soak up the better part of a page. I wonder what a group of firsters would be called?