The Star Trek Drinking Game (NOT TNG) --------------------------- Sip if any of the following occur: Bones says "He's dead, Jim." Bones points out he's a doctor, not a ___________ Kirk gets the girl Kirk outwits a computer Kirk violates the prime directive Kirk's shirt gets ripped Kirk bluffs his out Kirk takes responsibility for the whole crew Kirk saves the day with a stirring speech Kirk kisses the girl Kirk says "We come in peace" and "shoot to kill" in the same sentence Kirk says "Phasers on stun" Spock shows emotion Spock uses the Vulcan neck pinch Spock looks into the science station Spock refers to the doctor as illogical Spock says "Fascinating" or "Indeed" Scotty complains about the warp speed requested/demanded Scotty pulls off a miraculous technological feat Scotty says "The engines canna take much more a this, Captain" Chekov promotes Russian history Chekov says "But Keptin...." Chekov pronounces a 'w' like a 'v' Sulu sets course Sulu has the con Uhura says "Hailing frequencies open" Uhura opens a channel in all frequencies and all languages Uhura sings Yeoman Rand gives Kirk something to initial Yeoman Rand serves coffee Nurse Chapel lusts after Spock Kyle makes his appearance as transporter chief Lt. Leslie appears or is mentioned A redshirt dies The weapons are powerless The transporter is inoperative Dilithium crystals are drained/inoperative/missing Communicators malfunction The shields are about to collapse The Enterprise goes faster than it is possibly able to The Enterprise is taken over by a superior alien power You see a styrofoam planet or a planet with no atmosphere A newly discovered planet is "Much like Earth" Klingon and Romulan technology is mixed up Special effects people cannot tell phasers from photon torpedoes CHUG if any of the following occur: Kirk does not get the girl Sulu gets a sword Major character dies/is assumed dead Starfleet exhonorates the crew for their violation of regulations/orders The episode was blatantly ripped off by ST:TNG Lt. Leslie speaks Anybody makes a "historical" reference to the 20th century