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alt. (context science fiction fandom slang often derogatory English) A stock character in science fiction; a grotesque creature, often an extraterrestrial, that menaces the protagonists. n. (context science fiction fandom slang often derogatory English) A stock character in science fiction; a grotesque creature, often an extraterrestrial, that menaces the protagonists.
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"Bem" is the second episode of the second season of the animated science fiction television series Star Trek, the 18th episode overall. It first aired in the NBC Saturday morning lineup on September 14, 1974, and was written by David Gerrold, who wrote the earlier episode " More Tribbles, More Troubles" and worked on several Original Series episodes. This episode marks the first time that Captain James T. Kirk's full name is given, revealing that the middle initial stood for Tiberius, after the Roman emperor.
In this episode, the Enterprise crew must cope with a diplomatically sensitive issue involving a guest officer who meddles in a crucial mission.
Usage examples of "bem".
The orders Kirk had received went on to explain that the Federation was going through a very delicate stage in its relations with the government of Commander Ari be Bem, of the system of Pandro.
Captain Kirk was therefore directed to extend to Commander ha Bem all courtesies normally extended to an attached observer, with special regard for the precarious diplomatic situation, keeping in mind the need to .
As he rode the lift toward the Transporter Room, he broke out in a satisfied smile at the thought of the moment when Commander bn Bem would be officially returned to the Pandronian mission at Starbase 13.
And remember-orders expressly stated that Commander be Bem be given anything he requested.
Kirk could do about it, except Ally no-and that could undo an the courtesy they had so painfully extended to bn Bem thus far.
As the only one of the arrivals with a sound footing on land, bn Bem rushed into the water to aid the struggling Kirk and Spock in regaining their footing.
Commander ha Bem, you will leave the operation of the transporter to Mr.
Commander ho Bem, ignoring Also instructions and precautions, took of E at high speed toward the hypothesized aborigines.
They began to circle the dense grove of saplings and vines, wed aware that ho Bem could be far ahead by the time they found a way.
We might never be able to find them again in time to save be Bem, not in this swamp.
The convoy appeared to be in the process of installing Commander ho Bem in one of the cages.
For a minute, as bra Bem stood stolidly in the middle of the cage, the captain was afraid the Pandronian was actually going to resist the rescue.
Only Commander bn Bem seemed composed as he studied the native activity.
STAR TREK NIB 23 When the sun rose again, Commander bn Bem was back in his cage.
Kirk turned his attention back to Commander be Bem, who had been mercifully silent all morning.