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Stuart Burrell
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I have just seen the last two episodes of Star Trek Enterprise and one of them featured a bean giant style handcuff and hidden compartment that allowed Cpt Archer to escape from the bad guys....any ideas on who made the cuff?
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Dr. Spock!
:rotf:

(Sorry Stuart - couldn't resist it!)
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Actually I think the cuff is of Romulan origin.

(Oh no Riley, see what you've started!!! sorry Stuart)
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Are you sure the item was in a compartment and not just a Klingon? Smile

Oh sorry, that was bad.
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I think an ewok made them (sorry wrong show) JUST for you Stuart how bout K-9 he could have made them.
A direct from text adaptation : The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Starring Mickey Rooney in his final role.
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I suspect this cuff was designed and built by Geld Seth Pi, who is not really known outside of film circles. He produces most of the props for the Star Trek films.

Take care,

James.
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Finally some reason! Now, since the maker has been divulged can we assume that you are twice as likely to be a world record holder if you are also a Star Trek fan. If that's the case I'm breaking out the old VHS tapes and starting at the beginning.
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Not sure if it helps, but if you watch the whole series in one hit, I'm sure that must be a record! Smile
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Ask a simple question.....

Thank you James for the assist.

Guess it will need some research...Answers at the next UKEA.
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Isn't Dr Spock the Baby guy?
What, besides angry mothers who took his advice in the 60's & 70's, does he escape from? Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile

Ok, so I'm slow...
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That's ok......kick me whilst I'm down.
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Anytime Stuart, Glad to be of help. Smile

I don't know why the Dr. Spock thing is so hard to get around. I watched the show when it first came out, and called him Dr Spock for Years..., until my best friend sat on me Smile and made me watch it with him and proved it was MR Spock( and I still lapsed into oblivion at times Smile )

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