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A holographic recreation of a beach in Hawaii (LDS01)

A holographic recreation of a beach in Hawaii (LDS01)
First Appearance TOS07 (29 Sep 1966)
Prime Timeline
(The root of all realities)

A beach was a geologic formation where a body of water and a landmass met, and was typically composed of loose sand. While infected with polywater intoxication, Captain Kirk lamented that there was "no beach to walk on," euphemistically referring to the isolation his position as commanding officer demanded that he keep from much of his crew, including any feelings he may have felt for Yeoman Janice Rand.[1] While introducing Ensign D'Vana Tendi to the U.S.S. Cerritos NCC-75567, Ensigns Boimler and Mariner demonstrated the capability of the ship's holodeck with a simulation of a beach in Hawaii on Earth.[2]

Notes and References

  1. Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). "The Naked Time". Star Trek, season 1, episode 4 (Production number 07). Directed by Marc Daniels. Written by John D.F. Black. Desilu Productions. 29 September 1966.
  2. McMahan, Mike et al (Executive Producers). "Second Contact". Star Trek: Lower Decks, season 1, episode 1 (Production number 01). Directed by Barry J. Kelly. Written by Mike McMahan. Based upon Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry. Created by Mike McMahan. CBS Entertainment. 6 August 2020.