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Kennen Sie Tribbles? ist eine erstmals ausgestrahlte Episode aus der zweiten Staffel der US-amerikanischen Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie Raumschiff Enterprise. Kennen Sie Tribbles? (Originaltitel: The Trouble With Tribbles) ist eine erstmals ausgestrahlte Episode aus der zweiten Staffel der US-amerikanischen. Mit ihm herübergebeamt sind auch einige Dutzend seiner Tribbles. Akt II: Ein Tribble kommt selten allein. Logbuch: Computerlogbuch der Enterprise, Captain Kirk. The Trouble with Tribbles Die Tribbles vermehren sich sehr schnell. Spock findet anhand der Tribbles heraus, dass die meisten der Tiere gestorben sind. In der Zeichentrickserie setzte man die Handlung in “More Tribbles, More Troubles” fort. Viel später in der DS9-Folge „Trials and Tribble-ations“ schließlich,.
In der Episode More Tribbles, More Troubles (Invasion der Wollmöpse/Mehr Trouble mit Tribbles) der ersten Trek-Zeichentrickserie tauchten die haarigen. Mit ihm herübergebeamt sind auch einige Dutzend seiner Tribbles. Akt II: Ein Tribble kommt selten allein. Logbuch: Computerlogbuch der Enterprise, Captain Kirk. Kennen Sie Tribbles? ist eine erstmals ausgestrahlte Episode aus der zweiten Staffel der US-amerikanischen Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie Raumschiff Enterprise.
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Edit Cast Episode cast overview, first billed only: William Shatner Kirk Leonard Nimoy Spock DeForest Kelley McCoy William Schallert Nilz Baris William Campbell Koloth Stanley Adams Cyrano Jones Whit Bissell Lurry James Doohan Scott Nichelle Nichols Uhura Michael Pataki Korax Edwin Reimers Chekov Charlie Brill Arne Darvin Paul Baxley Ensign Freeman David L.
Edit Storyline Having received a Priority One distress call from an outlying space station, the Enterprise arrives to find they have been summoned there by a Federation commissioner merely to protect a shipment of seeds meant to sow wheat on Sherman's planet.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Captain Koloth pronounces his race, "Clingans". Goofs Bones describes the Tribbles as bisexual when he means parthenogenic.
However, he could have meant the Tribbles possess both male and female sex organs, as "bisexual" was once another term for hermaphroditism.
Quotes Dr. McCoy : It is a human characteristic to love little animals, especially if they're attractive in some way. Spock : Doctor, I am well aware of human characteristics.
I am frequently inundated by them, but I've trained myself to put up with practically anything.
McCoy : Spock, I don't know too much about these little tribbles yet, but there is one thing that I have discovered. Spock : What is that, Doctor?
McCoy : I like them Spock : Doctor? McCoy : Yes? Spock : They do indeed have one redeeming characteristic.
McCoy : What's that? Spock : They do not talk Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.
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They have appeared in several subsequent series, in brief appearances in four Star Trek films, and in video games such as Star Trek: Armada II.
While they appear as small bundles of fur with no other visible features, they do produce cooing and squeaking noises. Their coloring ranges from white and grey to black, as well as speckled brown, yellow, and orange.
According to Dr. Leonard McCoy 's dialogue, their only two purposes in life appear to be to eat and to reproduce, and they perform both of these functions exceptionally well.
Due to their tendency to over-populate, Starfleet considers tribbles to be dangerous organisms and forbids their transportation.
A creature genetically engineered to hunt tribbles was introduced in the animated episode " More Tribbles, More Troubles " The Klingons , in whose presence tribbles produce a convulsive, shrieking reaction, consider them "mortal enemies", as stated in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode " Trials and Tribble-ations " The Star Trek: Short Treks episode "The Trouble with Edward" reveals that tribbles were not originally "born pregnant", and in fact their reproductive rate was exceedingly slow.
A Starfleet scientist, Edward Larkin, genetically engineered them into their current form, in an attempt to solve a planetary food shortage.
The experiment went disastrously wrong, resulting in Larkin's death, the destruction of his ship overrun by tribbles , and the subsequent evacuation of the planet they were trying to save.
Also, some tribbles managed to reach Klingon space, also with disastrous results. David Gerrold has written that his original idea for tribbles was based on the well-known parts associated with the overpopulation of rabbits in Australia.
He wanted a creature prop that would be cheap to produce and took inspiration from a ball of pink fuzz attached to a key ring.
The name for tribbles was originally "fuzzies," but to avoid confusion with the H. Beam Piper novel Little Fuzzy , Gerrold brainstormed some nonsense words, arriving at "tribble".
Shortly before the episode was produced Kellam de Forest Research pointed out the similarities between Gerrold's creatures and the martian flat cats from Robert A.
Heinlein's novel The Rolling Stones ,  and recommended purchasing the rights to the novel. Instead, Star Trek producer Gene L. Coon contacted Heinlein by telephone and asked that he waive the similarity.
Heinlein did, but later regretted the decision when the Star Trek franchise continued to use tribbles in their productions. Gerrold discusses the matter of potential inadvertent plagiarism in his book, The Trouble with Tribbles , but he does not admit to it.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fictional alien species in Star Trek. This article is about the furry creature of Star Trek. For other uses, see Tribble disambiguation.
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