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Never noticed before that when Scotty tells Chekov to drink his drink he sneaks him a glass of scotch. And Chekov's look at Scotty after he drinks it.
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never insult the enterprise in front of scotty
Now drink your drink Totally takes the other guy's drink
Chekhov is rarin to go!
Little-known fact: the actor playing the Klingon was talking about William Shatner and didnt know the cameras were rolling. That's why James Doohan doesn't even flinch. They dubbed in "Kirk" in post-production.
0:06. Damn continuity errors. I swear, they are one of the worst things to ruin anything.Chekov is holding his glass in his right hand and then his left hand.
The actor there picking a fight with Scotty and his men is Michael Potacki, who is from Youngstown, Ohio about 40 miles northwest from whare i live here in Beaver County Western Pennsylvania. He also was in one of the Rocky movies as a soviet higher up who when the Russian people were chearing for Rockey, he turned to the trainer and said, They cheer for him! Also, another Youngstown Ohio native was in the third season episode of Star Trek, The Cloud Minders, actress Charlene Polite who was Vana in that episode. She passed away of cancer and is buried in Youngstown Ohio.
Kirk may be the captain, but the Enterprise is Scotty's baby
"a swaggering, overbearing, tin plated dictator with delusions of God hood"Chekov: Mister Scott, is he talking about the Keptin or Villiam Shatner?
That guy was the best most Entertaining Klingon ever! Definitely a Trek Oscar...
Hands down, why Scotty is better than Laforge.
Good old Korax
The look and humour of the Klingon was Priceless!!
OH SHIT! A BAR FIGHT!!
Glad to see that humanity has learned something since our time. :)
Ooh you done it now, boy! You insulted Scotty's pride and joy.
2:51 Scotsman Powers: Activate!!-----------Wallace Smash!!
2:52"Well, now I gotta kick your ass."
This is about as western as you can get.
Luke Skywalker: "What a piece of junk!"Scotty: "Laddie, don't you think you should rephrase that?"
Sanic Youth Lucky for Luke that Chewie didn't take it personally, Luke would have looked funny trying to light saber fight with no arms.
don’t frak with Scotty man
I miss James Doohan!! With all due respect to Simon Pegg, there will only be one true Scotty. No one can fill Jimmy's shoes.
Sue Walsh I gotta disagree there, I think Pegg brings at least just as much as Doohan did.
Insulting the crew is fair, they can stand up for themselves but never insult the Ship. She is a classy lady and should not be spoke to in such a way.
Chekov's not a really good fighterhe wanted to start a fight cause the Klingons insulted Kirk but Scotty held him back twice
Excellent! Thanks so much
Simple, innocent, entertainment.We can all see what's coming - which makes it all the better when it happens.
Notice everyone else just gets up and makes room.
"Kirk may be a swaggering, overbearing, tin-plated dictator with delusions of godhood, but he's not soft." See, that's why I preferred the original series. Even the screenwriters could acknowledge (quite eagerly) that Kirk was a jerk sometimes, instead of portraying him as a bloodless space administrator like Picard.
And remember when the Space Hippies called him "Herbert" but they liked Spock?
Why is this video in stop motion style?
Ain't nobody insulting my ride nigga😤😤😤😤
That Klingon should have used the Malachi crunch on Scotty. And if that didn’t work he should have beamed aboard Ivan drago
Roddenberry once said Klingons always had the ridges but in the sixties the make up was too expensive. I think the retcon concerning why 23rd century Klingons lacked ridges was a good one.
I prefer to believe that Scott was responsible of giving each one the ridges. by giving then a beating.
It doesn't matter who's on the bridge, it doesn't matter what rank they hold. When your ship's sick, or hurt, or threatened, it's the Chief Engineer and their team that comes to her aid. Kirk was Enterprise's captain; Enterprise was Scotty's ship.
Specially since did not only repair it. He designed it.
Would love to see Simon Pegg reinact this scene with the new cast sadly without Checov
The Klingon who insulted the Enterprise after he insulted Kirk should've known a lot about Scotsmen after Scotty couldn't tolerate the Enterprise,in which Scotty became her chief engineer before Kirk took command of that ship.
The 1st Klingons were Bikers...lol
Where's the kapaow?
Scottie knocked the first guy into the middle of next week....and then, he back-handed pimp smacked the other one's taste out of his mouth! Scottie don't play.
Klingons may be badass fighters but they are just kindergarten level compared to scottish apparently.☺
They got the ridges from Scott beatings.
In the last jj Star trek they call back to the opening where they talk about scotch twice
You do NOT insult the Star Ship Enterprise! And for the record, as an "Earther," I love Tribbles.
Say something bad about the Enterprise and you'll catch some Scottish hands, you alien scum.
That Petag did not dishonor the Enterprise.
And the captain was hoping they would fight for his honor the end
Never insult the USS Enterprise especially in front of Scotty
Liam Neeson hasn't aged a day!
What I love most about this scene is how it clearly demonstrates the pride and love Scotty had for his ship. And yes, it was Scotty’s ship. Kirk was just the guy who sat on the bridge giving orders. It was Scotty’s brilliance and creativity that enabled the Enterprise to do the impossible. You can insult Scotty personally all you want and he won’t retaliate. But say one word against his ship and you’ll find yourself missing some teeth and not seeing very well out of your eyes.RIP James Doohan. The gold standard by which all engineers are measured.
SPM671 that is hilarious, laughed my ass off!!!! “Gold standard by which all engineers...” 🤣🤣🤣
You can tell the moment Scotty is done with the Klingon.
You can insult an engineer's captain, you can insult his crewmates, but NEVER insult his ship.
3:08 Odo: “what are you doing?!”
Because no matter what the era you don't insult the Enterprise in front of anyone who served on her. No shock that Worf and O'Brien we're ready to throw down after those insults.
So here's a silly question(or maybe not so silly). If O'brien, Bashir, Worf, & Odo traveled back in time, and were therefore present at this bar fight, then why don't we see them there now ? ru-clip.com/video/l6kgokzbf_c/видео.html
2:54 *Sigh* Welp, guess I'm going to have to kick your ass now.
Scotty bitch slapped the one Klingon
Insult the Enterprise, now it's personal.
Scottish and Russian, they are warrior races on Earth!
Hunter6213 good thing I'm descendant of the prior and want a woman from the latter.
Yep...typical. The Scotts, Russians, and Americans always up for a good ole interstellar bar fight.
I like to think that the average Klingon warrior is capable of folding the average Starfleet officer in half. I also completely accept that James Montgomery Scott with half a bottle of whiskey in his belly, having just heard a Klingon insult The Enterprise, would be capable of punching him across the room.
I don't know, Sisko and the gang on DS9 managed to hold out against armed Klingons invading the station in "Way of the Warrior".
Scott can drink whiskey like water
2:16 Uhoh! Now you have done it.
Gowron is the best portrayal of a Klingon starting in Star Trek TNG played by Robert O'Reilly.
Nobody puts the Enterprise in the corner.
You know I learned something today and that is that you should never insult the USS enterprise in front of scotty
Ah, so the Klingons used to be human. Glad that's been cleared up.
Scotty didn't even pay Klingon no. 2 the basic respect of a regular full-on man-punch. Neigh, not even a bitch slap, but the backhanded bitch-slap. Ouch.
Why is the Russian the weakest character?
He's up against a klingon. Even a mutagenic virally weakened one is usually stronger than a human.
I like this scene. It expands the Chekov character a little.
And Mr. Scott's.
Thanks Captain, it'll give me a chance to catch up on my engineering journals...
That doesn't look like a Klingon to me....
Apparently the Klingon language used to be called Klingoneen, not Klingonian, before the mutagenic virus happened
Ehi, Klingon is Spider-man's captain Barbera!
Scott is bad ass.
1:21 Wodka powers activate.
Oh it seems like a longer scene and more elaborate then I remembered, much better stage craft.
I saw that coming from a mile away, but it was still awesome.
"Old rust-bucket designed like a garbage scow..." Shit just got serious here...
I really really liked the original klingons and I can't say I'm a fanatic TOS fan. The decision to turn them into dumb brutes was stupid in the extreme.
If the Klingon was talking with a fine Irish brogue I would swear it was Liam Neeson in this scene.
YOU DONE GOOFED.
5 people got hauled away as garbage
Grievous: Frankly I never liked Jedi. They remind me of dianogas.Ashoka: Kaleesh filth.Yularen: Easy lass. You oughtta be more forgivingGrievous: NO! There is one Jedi who doesn't remind me of a dianoga. That's Skywalker. A dianoga is soft and shapeless but Skywalker isn't soft. Skywalker may be a swaggering overbearing tin plated dictator with delusions of godhood but he's not soft.Yularen: Easy lass. Everybody's dedicated to an opinion. Grievous: That's right and If I thinkthat Skywalker is a Felucian bull rancor well that's my opinion too.Yularen: Don't do it, padawan. That's an orderAshoka: But you heard what he called the general!Yularen: Forget it. It's not worth fighting for. We're big enough to take a few insults. Now drink your jawa juice.Grievous: Of course I'd say that General Skywalker deserves his ship. We like the Resolute. We really do! That sagging old rust bucket is designed like a garbage scow. Half the mid rim knows it. That's why they're learning to speak Cato Nemoidian!Ashoka: Admiral Yularen!Yularen: General...don't think you should...rephrase that?Grievous: You're right. I should rephrase that. I didn't mean to say that the Resolute should be hauling garbage. I meant to say that it should be hauled away AAAAAAAAS garbage! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha cough cough cough!
Yulrean: *stand up and turn to Grievous and punched him*
so Scotty's breaking point is when you insult the ship I see but either way, he is a hypocrite because he condoned the actions he then gave into.
Kirk can take it. But the Enterprise is a lady. :)
Also, if the Klingon somehow made an apology of some sort when Scotty asked him to "reprise that", there wouldn't have been a skirmish... But like any intoxicated dim wit, the Klingon had to go the other way and pushed it too far: "Here... Let me sober you right up... Ya drunken piece of crap!"
dinoworld112 Scotty was given orders and the responsibility to keep things in peace and order during shore leave, he was showing restraint already when the Klingon insulted Captain Kirk, but when the subject changed to the Enterprise, well... the character Scotty is famous for his temperament when it comes to his pride in the Enterprise... It is one of his top strengths and weakness as the Chief Engineer.
Kirk: Who threw the first punch?Scotty: I did sir.Kirk: You did?Scotty: Aye. Chekov wanted to, but I held him back sir.
"Kirk may be a swaggering, overbearing, tin plated dictator with delusions of God hood"Yup, that pretty much describes William Shatner to a T.
this is wodka
what the hell is Wodka
PMW3 Vodka with Russian accent. They pronounce v's like w's. Seems strange, but Chelov is still pronouncing vessel like weasel in "Star Trek4". Habit, I suppose.
and of course O'Brien and Worf jumped in- they also served on an Enterprise :)
Quite frankly I understand them. The worst thing you can do is to insult someones ship.
What a right cross by Scotty!
Well, where is the Klingon? This 100% human looking guy? Got it.
Science and probability does.
That's what they looked like on the original TV show. Who's to say people from another planet could not look like us?
It was all good until he talked about that ship.
2:51 The look on Scotty's face....AH SNAP!
Was that Klingon trying to come onto Kirk?
That's an old school Klingon? Wow, they really went lax on the makeup department back then didn't they.
Mike Gaddass they actually had a budget of around $100,000 per episode. In 1968 dollars. It was one of the most expensive shows ever on TV at the time.
What did you expect, they had a $200 budget and a week to film each episode.
Little known fact. The once smooth-browed Klingons developed ridges on their foreheads as a direct result of Scotty punching the ever-loving daylights out of all of them.
Oh, that's really funny!
makes as much sense as the virus yarn their writers spun
That's why Worf said Klingons don't like to talk about it.
Oh, that's priceless.