I’ve been by your side longer than any of them, Khaleesi. Let me stand for you today as well. You’re my most trusted advisor, my most valued general and my dearest friend. I will not gamble with your life.
If ur feeling small today I dare you to sit up straighter, look someone who scares u directly in the eye, take up room at the dinner table, make yourself bigger, when ‘sorry’ laps at the back of your tongue, tries to pick up after you, remind yourself that your existence doesn’t demand an apology, that you are allowed to make mess and take up space, do not be afraid to expand. Every single goddamn minute. Expand, expand, expand
I’m a bitch…
I’m a lover
I’m a child
I’m a mother
I’m a sinner
I’m a saint
I do not feel ashamed
So I found this
Black Trek Part 20: Tim Russ
Best known as Tuvok in Star Trek: Voyager, Tim Russ has been part of the Star Trek universe longer than most people realize. He auditioned for the role of Geordi La Forge before LeVar Burton was cast for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Not only did Russ continue to pursue roles in Star Trek, he is also the only actor to have appeared in scenes with all four captains from the 23rd and 24th centuries. While Jonathan Frakes appeared in a movie with William Shatner (Captain Kirk), they did not have any scenes together. Tim Russ is the only actor in all of Star Trek who has appeared in scenes with Shatner, Stewart, Brooks, and Mulgrew. One could argue that Patrick Stewart can claim this as well, but given that he is Captain Picard, it probably doesn’t count.
Despite not getting the role of Geordi La Forge, Russ appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation as Devor in “Starship Mine.” In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “Invasive Procedures” he played a Klingon named T’Kar. Then in the seventh film of the franchise, Star Trek: Generations, he played a lieutenant on the bridge of the Enterprise-B. During his stint on Star Trek: Voyager, in addition to playing Tuvok, Tim Russ also portrayed a number of “guest” characters including a hologram of Tulak. In the DS9 episode “Through The Looking Glass” Russ portrayed a mirror universe version of Tuvok.
Post-Voyager Russ has played Tuvok in video games as well as Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and Star Trek: Renegades.
Like LeVar Burton and Michael Dorn, Tim Russ has directed in and out of the franchise.
The Star Trek wiki site is a good place to read up on his other projects, many of which involve cast and crew from various Star Trek productions. He is probably most noted outside of Star Trek as the angry trooper from Space Balls who popularized the phrase, “We ain’t found shit!”
RANDOM TRIVIA: One of his favorite actors is the late William Marshall, previously honored as part of this series.
David Bowie not liking fresh cookies in 1976.
I AM HERE FOR EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS.
It is a testament to this website that I immediately thought she had shorn off his ass with a sword and not that she had stolen his treasure
Fun shark attack facts:
- In 1996, toilets injured 43,000 Americans. Sharks injured 13.
- In 1996, 2,600 Americans were injured by room fresheners. Sharks injured 13.
- In 1996, buckets and pails injured almost 11,000 Americans. Sharks injured 13.
- For every human killed by a shark, humans kill approximately two million sharks.
- Humans are assholes.
- Sharks are not assholes.
- Apparently everyone in 1996 lived in a real-life infomercial.
That Voyager episode where the bridge crew decided to have an impromptu dance competition and Chakotay chose to show off his breakdancing skills while Janeway pulled her best Beyonce.
Seven turns on the fog machine while Harry spins the tables in the DJ booth.
#tom idek what you are doing or if that is even you or a shaodw or something#that chair is weird though#it’s like for half-sitting and half-straddling#this picture gets weirder and weirder the longer i look at it and i’m not even talking about the people#have we always had twelve thousand railings on this bridge?#i mean yes i know we have but damn that’s a lot of railings
FUCK THIS HIS HOLOGRAM DAUGHTER IS DYING THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A STUPID SHOW ABOUT SPACE IT WASN’T SUPPOSED TO RIP OUT MY HEART LIKE THIS.
Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.
Heath Ledger as the Joker skate boarding over Christian Bale as Batman while they take a break on the set of The Dark Knight.
You can all quit your lives now. Single greatest picture in the history of pictures and internet.