Which captain are you?

Can you truly master this ship? While I feel that I am more of a Scotty, I got some “new-age’ Captain Kirk? M. got somebody I’d never heard of, but then I noticed the actor, and I swooned! I’m very fond of Scott Bakula from that Quantum Leap show.

Not gonna lie, I was a bit miffed that FL and Mr. Kells got the “classic” Kirk…..hate to break it to them but Bakula’s better lookin! (So am I…..even though I don’t know who in the hello this new Captain Kirk is!)

If you are a Trekkie, or even if you’re not; have some fun, and find out who you are! (Keep in mind, that I am officially the new age Captain James T Kirk <<<<———so beam my fat ass up, Scotty!)

Don't be afraid to post your results….unless you are a Klingon! (Go ahead…..let's see what happens.)


11 thoughts on “Which captain are you?

      • I think it meant this guy (I believe the top row far left)::

        Christopher Whitelaw “Chris” Pine[2] (born August 26, 1980) is an American actor in films and television. Best known for his role as James T. Kirk in the 2009 film Star Trek, and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), he has also starred in over 15 other films, including: The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004), Just My Luck (2006), Smokin’ Aces (2007), Unstoppable (2010), This Means War (2012), Rise of the Guardians (2012), and as Jack Ryan in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014).

        Franchise “reboot”[edit]
        In the 2009 film Star Trek, screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci focused their story on Kirk and Spock in the movie’s alternative timeline while attempting to preserve key character traits from the previous depictions.[47] Kurtzman said casting someone whose portrayal of Kirk would show that the character “is being honored and protected” was “tricky”, but that the “spirit of Kirk is very much alive and well” in Pine’s depiction.[48] Due to his belief that he could not take himself seriously as a leader, Pine recalled having difficulty with his audition, which required him “to bark ‘Trek jargon'”, but his charisma impressed director J. J. Abrams.[49] Pine’s chemistry with Zachary Quinto, playing Spock, led Abrams to offer Pine the role.[49] Jimmy Bennett played Kirk in scenes depicting the character’s childhood.[50] The writers turned to material such as Best Destiny for inspiration as to Kirk’s childhood.[51]

        In preparing to play Kirk, Pine decided to embrace the character’s key traits – “charming, funny, leader of men” – rather than try to fit the “predigested image” of Shatner’s portrayal.[52] Pine specifically did not try to mirror Shatner’s cadence, believing that doing so would become “an impersonation”.[53] Pine said he wanted his portrayal of Kirk to most resemble Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones or Han Solo characters, highlighting their humor and “accidental hero” traits.[54]

        A misunderstanding arose during the film’s production about the possibility of Shatner making a cameo appearance.[20] According to Abrams, the production team considered ways to resurrect Shatner’s deceased Kirk character, but could not devise a way that was not “lame”.[20] However, Abrams believed Shatner misinterpreted language about trying to get “him” into the movie as a reference to Shatner, and not his character. Shatner released a YouTube video expressing disappointment at not being approached for a cameo.[20] Although Shatner questioned the wisdom of not including him in the film, he predicted the movie would be “wonderful”[55] and that he was “kidding” Abrams about not offering him a cameo.[56]

  1. I got James T Kirk…. “Your Self-Confidence is almost as legendary as your disregard for the rules, …”…YEAH, that describes me to a “T”.

    I have to admit though…. I hesitated terribly over the Choice of Black Coffee or Whisky.

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