@Taweret Cutscene from Lower Decks?
Is that the ship cleaning itself?
@violet pretty sure the ship cleaning itself is just propaganda used by Starfleet recruiters
The ship's automated cleaning services use the transporter/replicator system to disintegrate the broken glass, except it also takes Riker with it because of the glass that became embedded in him too. Then it creates a new panel in its place and deletes the logs for this event.
It's the perfect crime.
@Taweret dude's also responsible for cleaning the only bathroom on the ship
@extinct pretty sure they all just go on the transporter pad and have O'Brien beam it into space
@Taweret 24th century post scarcity society and they still can't scare up a Roomba?
Star Trek would have been more radical if they had actually shown people doing the cleaning/maintenence jobs and shown them being respected as valuable members of the crew instead of pretending that all menial labor had been automated away and everyone is a professional with an advanced degree.
meanwhile, babylon 5 was over here actually doing it, even dedicating an entire slice-of-life episode to a couple of janitors *and* explicitly making the point, from one of the series’ two primary protagonists, that their labor is of no less value than anyone’s, and what they do is no less worthy of respect
@Taweret So much for the ship cleaning itself.
Someone has to get the earl grey stains out.
Interessant das Interieur kommt mir unterschwellig bekannt vor. Aber durch Bildbeschreibung gibt es Aufklärung. Star Trek TNG
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I would rather see an episode where this Crewman saves the ship.
And not another "boy-genius, Wesley Crusher saves the ship for the 10th time this week" episode.
@Taweret This is just a hazing prank.
Experienced crew members know that Galaxy class ships clean themselves.
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