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Star Trek: Fan Collective - Klingon Box Set just £10.47 delivered @ Amazon!
Star Trek: Fan Collective - Klingon Box Set just £10.47 delivered @ Amazon!

Star Trek: Fan Collective - Klingon Box Set just £10.47 delivered @ Amazon!

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Disc #1 Episode: "Broken Bow," Part 1 & 2 (Star Trek: Enterprise - original airdate: Sept. 26, 2001) Total time: 1 Hours, 26 Minutes and 44 Sec. Episode: "Errand of Mercy" (Star Trek: The Original Series - original airdate: Mar 23, 1967) Total time: 50 Minutes, 28 Sec.

Episode: "The Trouble With Tribbles" (Star Trek: The Original Series - original airdate: Dec 29, 1967) Total time: 50 Minutes. 18 Sec.

Disc #2 Episode: "A Matter of Honor" (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Original airdate: Feb 06, 1989) Total time: 45 Minutes, 24 Sec.

Episode: "Sins of the Father" (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Original airdate: Mar 19, 1990) Total time: 45 Minutes, 25 Sec.

Episode: "Redemption," Part I (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Original airdate: Jun 17, 1991) Total time: 45 Minutes, 31 Sec.

Episode: "Redemption," Part II (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Original airdate: Sep 23, 1991) Total time: 45 Minutes, 32 Sec.

Disc #3 Episode: "The Way of the Warrior" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Original airdate: Oct 02, 1995) Total time: 1 Hour, 33 Minutes, 6 Sec.

Episode: "The Sword of Kahless" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Original airdate: Nov 20, 1995) Total time: 45 Minutes, 27 Sec.

Disc #4 Episode: "Trials and Tribble-ations" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Original airdate: Nov 04, 1996) Total time: 45 Minutes, 28 Sec.

Episode: "Barge of the Dead" (Star Trek: Voyager - Original airdate: Oct 06, 1999) Total time: 43 Minutes, 55 Sec.

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sounds like they are beginning to scrape the barrel here, how many times can you sell the same old episodes.

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sounds like they are beginning to scrape the barrel here, how many times … sounds like they are beginning to scrape the barrel here, how many times can you sell the same old episodes.



The question should be how many times will people buy them? 'gota catch em all' springs to mind.
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