Just who the fuck does she think she is? Why doesn't wear a Starfleet uniform?
Why does Picard allow it? Was he fucking her?
>Objecting to Troi parading her arse around in those catsuits
Fuck off, Jellico, you cunt.
She's in her own division, and is a pretty high ranking officer. She's given leeway on her dress.
Remember the Enterprise is not a warship. It's a ship of science and discovery, and there are families on board. Troi as ship's counselor needs to project an image of comfort and being approachable. She must be distinct from the other officers like Riker.
since she's the ship's counselor, Picard lets her dress down in order to project a sense of comfort
if i were on that ship and i saw those knockers getting loose i would get a sense of comfort t b h
Anybody else suspicious of this relationship? Was she fondling him in that mud bath?
There's something off with this family, I'm telling ya.
thanks f a m
She's like 5th in line for command of the ship, after Crusher, Data, Riker, and Picard.
They make her dress in the standard uniform mostly after the 2 part episode partway through season...5? where Picard is sent on a covert mission and the new captain tells her to shape up or ship out.
I heard that she got all emotional during a Star Trek convention thanking the fans for allowing her to not do filthy, filthy, filthy films any more. Everybody around her was like: "What the hell is she talking about?"
>telepathy is heavily regulated and monitored by the government to ensure every telepath is accounted for and that they don't tread on the rights of normal people
>telepathic characters are interesting and engaging and provide unique dynamics to move the plot forward
>Alfred Bester is probably one of the best known villains in any TV show
>Telepaths can run around willy-nilly reading the minds of whomever they like
>Literally the only thing the writers think telepathy can be used for is to read the pervy thoughts of other people
>"teehee oh my Captain Picard stop undressing me with your mind it's like a dressing room mirror"
>the only thing Troy ever does is tell the captain that the hostile aliens are in a bad mood
so her race/species/whatever gets better at mind reading as time goes on?
>Remember the Enterprise is not a warship.
>buying into Federation propaganda
I know, but her mother walks onto the Enterprise and just starts blabbering on about how every man on the ship is lusting for her sweet potatoes in their minds.
PsiCops would fuck her shit up if she tried that on Babylon 5.