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trekkie

(ˈtrɛki)
n. a fan of Star Trek, the television series and the movies. The trekkies seem to have their own language.
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Yes, all you Trekkies can tune into Netflix as CBS' latest intergalactic saga unfolds in January 2017.
Bits and pieces from 1966 to the last Star Trek movies have been cleverly inserted to kindle trekkie nostalgia, from the viscose VA[degrees]necks, chirping comA[degrees] municators and phasers to the metaphorA[degrees]laced exchanges between Bones (Urban) and Kirk, the comic presence of Scotty (Pegg) and the camaraderie between Kirk and Spock.
Fear not, Trekkies, there is definitely life in the old franchise yet.
While Trekkies won't rate this as the best film in the series - that honour lies with 1982's Wrath Of Khan - it's certainly in the top three.
The 49-year-old Trekkie from Wrexham has been learning the fantasy intergalactic language since 1986.
Almost a half-century since the original series began in 1966, the average "Trekkie" is spending $400 a year on merchandise alone.
He soon falls in love with a monster named Kate and meets other characters including Rod, a gay Republican banker, Christmas Eve, a Japanese therapist, and Trekkie - the aforementioned porn-addicted monster.
The 2012 cast includes Sam Lupton as Princeton and Rod; Chris Thatcher returns to play the roles of Nicky, Trekkie and Bear, following his performances in Avenue Q in the West End and on the inaugural UK tour; and West End actor Matt Henry returns to play Gary, a role he played in the original London production.
In an uncertain world, leaving internalized patterns and expectations behind permits one, as any Trekkie knows, "to boldly go where no one has gone before."
He wanted Trekkie Monster to have wide whites for his eyes - which he decided could only come from the inverted bowl of a Frosty spoon.
You don't need to be a Trekkie to enjoy this great film, with it's top class special effects and comedy moments, it's sure to appeal to newcomers and old fans alike.
Booch, a longtime Trekkie himself, grew up in East Germany watching "Star Trek" on West German pubcaster ZDF.
Director JJ Abrams from Lost and Mission Impossible III fame said he had never been a Trekkie but was a fan of the original TV series which was launched in 1966.
Esurance's Biggest Trekkie contest invites Star Trek fans and video enthusiasts to submit a 60-second video explaining why they're the biggest Star Trek fan.
Along with his best friend "Trekkie" Julian and a band of assorted geeks, he leads the "Bloody Broadswords" - a throng of bloodthirsty Viking fighters.