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Space... the funny frontier?
- Star Trek the Original Series
- Star Trek the Next Generation
- Star Trek Deep Space Nine
- Star Trek Voyager
- Star Trek Enterprise
- Star Trek the Motion Picture
- Star Trek II the Wrath of Khan
- Star Trek III the Search For Spock
- Star Trek IV the Voyage Home
- Star Trek V the Final Frontier
- Star Trek VI the Undiscovered Country
- Star Trek Generations
- Star Trek First Contact
Star Trek (2009):
- Scotty gets most of the funniest lines in the film (it helps that he's played by comedian Simon Pegg): "Can I have a towel?" "Do they still have sandwiches?" "I like this ship! It's exciting!", "engineering parlance", etc.
- The scene where Spock is attempting to interrogate Kirk and Scotty, who have arrived on the ship mid-warp.
Spock: [To Scotty] Are you in Starfleet?
- "The notion of transwarp beaming is like trying to hit a bullet, with a smaller bullet, whilst wearing a blindfold, riding a horse!"
- Kirk's allergic reaction to the vaccine injection.
McCoy: Ah, Jim, you're awake *looks at Jim's hands* Good God, man!
Kirk: ... and wath da sip womulan
- And let's not forget Kirk actually losing the hot lady, in this case Uhura to Spock!
- Chekov had a few moments : "W-w-v-v-w-victor, W-w-v-v-w-victor", and racing down the hallway yelling "I ken do zat! I ken do zat!" Go, Chekov!
- Look in the background when Scotty is first introduced. He has a pet Tribble in a cage. No wonder he's so hungry!
- Bones as aviaphobic seatmate:
Pike (voice): This is Captain Pike. We've been cleared for takeoff.
- When Scotty said he'd tested his new transporter theory out on Archer's beagle!
- "How old are you?" "Sewenteen, sir!" ...aaaaaand cue Bones' exasperated sigh and "Oh good. He's seventeen!"
- "Is the parking brake on?"
- "Have you disengaged the external inertial dampeners?" "Oh." (Meaning that yes, he did leave the parking brake on!)
- "So her first name's Nyota?" "I have no comment on the matter."
- "STOP THAT!!" and the Kobayashi Maru scene. If you watch closely during the opening of the later, you can juuust tell Uhura is being sardonic, and would really like to chew Kirk out.
- Spock Prime: "I am Spock." Kirk: "... Bullshit."
- What makes it hilarious is that Kirk isn't boggling at the implied time travel, but at the idea that he and Spock could ever be friends.
- Also when Olson (who happened to be wearing red) died, Chekov, in his adorably genuine stunned voice, states that Olson is dead.
- Spock to saying "Live Long and Prosper" to the Vulcan Science Academy, you can see the hint of satisfaction in his face and the way he says it, he might as well be flipping them the bird.
- Are you out of your Vulcan mind?!?! (From Bones to Spock, with Vulcan pronounced so it sounds like a Precision F-Strike)
- "Hi, Christopher. I'm Nero."
- Kirk and his apple during the Kobayashi Maru scene. When he blatantly cheats, he does it with style.
- After meeting Spock for the first time:
Kirk: Who was that pointy-eared bastard?
- The bloopers on youtube, especially the end with Pine and Quinto doing a scene with outrageous accents.
- The Oh Crap look Kirk has when he hears Sulu's training is in fencing. Even if it turned out not to be sports kind.
Well, that solves that dilemma.
- The entirety of the Star Trek novel "How Much for Just the Planet?" Highlights include: tossing Klingons down laundry chutes, an insane computer with a milkshake fixation, the barbarian tribe that captures Sulu and McCoy and promptly breaks out into a Broadway musical number, the Klingon film noir fan, and last but not least, the Klingon vs. Starfleet pie fight.
Blueberry, Kirk thought instead of ducking.
- McCoy explaining why he, Sulu, and two Klingons won't Kneel Before Zod (the evil queen)?:
McCoy: Well, it's against Mr. Sulu's religion, these two gentlemen (the Klingons) already have a dictator, and I'm a Democrat.
- McCoy demands to know why Sulu woke him up to go on an adventure at dawn. He asks why he didn't go to Chekov.
Sulu: I tried Pavel's door first. Whatever he said to me was all in Russian. I understood the gestures, though.
- The Scotty VS Klingon golf match. Chekov and another Klingon are caddies. It all culminates in the lot of them being fired at, and Chekov and one Klingon rushing into battle with golf clubs while Scotty and his opponent grumble good-naturedly about their younger friends and follow.
- Through a series of complicated events, Kirk ends up locked in a closet in a cat burglar outfit which is much too small for him. He breaks out of the closet, tearing the outfit in the process. He takes the destroyed costume off, but isn't too happy about the prospect of running around a hotel in undershirt and shorts. The only other article of clothing in the closet is a dress. However, it's also torn, which brings us to this line:
He took a long look at the red dress, was rather thankful it was so badly torn up, saving him a tough choice.
- So apparently, if the dress hadn't been torn, Kirk would have seriously considered wearing it around the hotel.
- Bones McCoy was Not a Morning Person.
Bones: Plerg hrafizz umgemby, and coffee.
- Ibid. for the TNG novel Q-in-Law, in which Q and Lwaxana Troi meet. Just the tagline should give you some idea: "Two of the most powerful forces in the galaxy are about to collide..."
- Q learns that he made a big mistake"
- Peter David's New Frontier novels typically have Crowning Moments Of Funny alternating with Crowning Moments Of Awesome. Among them:
(Character whose consciousness is now in a computer: A Level 3 diagnostic is like a gynecological exam from head to toe.
- "Legends of the Ferengi" is basically the Guide Book as rewritten by CMOT Dibbler. It never dips below "very funny", but the CMOF has to be the deadpan description of what happens when Time Travel for Fun and Profit meets Gambit Pileup:
17822 was a very interesting year on Ferenginar. In that year alone, over twenty thousand Grand Nagi held office; the Ferengi Financial Exchange crashed 3152 times, while setting 12322 record highs; there were 41098 civil wars; an unknown number of Ferengi-incited interstellar wars (estimates are in the millions); and the Ferengi sun went nova at least one a week.
- Not precisely Star Trek, but this has to be included for posterity's sake: In Free Enterprise William Shatner Adam Westing his way through a hip-hop version of Julius Caesar has to be seen to be believed.
- Also not from the series proper; when Sci-Fi Channel aired Star Trek Uncut, Walter Koenig mentioned that Chekov "has this alter ego that wears a black suit and leather gloves.""