Прохору Чеховскому заплатите за участие в многоголосой озвучке уоу
I’ve rewatched “Friday’s Child” (Star Trek: The Original Series, season 2, episode 11). And it’s McCoy and a baby episode. Do I have to say anything else about it? Are you sure? Alright. This episode is also one of that that I remember quite well. Of course, I liked Doctor’s interactions with the woman and the child. The closing scene is just great – Spock’s face expression is priceless! And also, I enjoyed traditional Chekov’s “It was invented in Russia”.
Photo cover for AOS comic Nero issue 4, 2009.
Chekov: So let me tell you the series of events that led me to getting my shore leave request form approved.
1. So I turned in my shore leave request form almost three weeks ago, and the captain hasn’t approved it yet.
2. The night before April Fools Day, I went into the captain’s ready room and switched all his styluses with styluses that only write in the color of bright red crayon.
3. While searching for styluses to remove, I found my unsigned shore leave request form.
4. I took the picture of him and Spock out of the picture frame, and replaced it with my shore leave request form.
5. The next day I got this message from the captain: “I signed your shore leave forms in crayon, give me my husband back”.
Chekov: I have abs…
Chekov: …olutely nothing in this world other than my college degree
Sulu: Oh, well at least you’re smart
Sometimes I draw good things and…. sometimes I don’t
Cover for DC Star Trek vol 2 issue 69, “A Wolf in Cheap Clothing Part 1.” Cover art by Chris Wozniak, 1995.
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The ring was heavy in Chekov’s hand as he watched you working at your station. You were so focused you didn’t even notice that it was almost the end of your shift. Today was the day, he was sure of it. Every other time he’d tried to ask you, he’d been cut short: first it was when you were alone together in your room, when you’d looked so beautiful he ached, but Sulu had paged him asking if being late to his shift was a Russian invention; then, when he’d finally managed to get the replicator recipe for your favorite food just right and planned a candlelit dinner, Riley had come between the two of you, jokingly insisting that Chekov apologize to Mr. Spock for his odor.
Today, though, he would finally propose. He wouldn’t let this chance slip away. “Y/n, I have something to show you.”
Chekov, undercover on an alien world: One egg please.
Waiter: One egg? You’re not from around here are you?
Chekov, panicking: t-two eggs?
Waiter: Ah yes, that’s a normal quantity of eggs.
Chekov, excitedly: Five eggs!
Waiter: *narrows eyes*
Cover for DC Star Trek vol 2 issue 66, “Rivals, Part One.” Cover art by Jerome K. Moore, 1994.
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Star Trek has always been a big fandom in my life next to Hatty Potter and Voltron. I have wanted to start a Star Trek book when my Voltron Imagines started to gain attention. I decided now would be a good time to start compiling a bunch of little one-shots I had already created. I want to get this book up to 200 chapters no matter how long it takes.
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Chekov: I’ve finally gotten over my fear of ghosts!
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