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KnowFuture - 2008-02-07

This was not very long after they invented the Happy Meal, period.

And if you thought kids bugged the hell out of their parents to take them to McDonald's BEFORE a toy came with the food and it was all packaged up in a nifty box with puzzles and stuff all over it...

The Star Trek Meal prize: this plastic thing kind-of shaped like a communicator. You fed a spool of paper that came with it into and turned a crank and it scrolled through this kind of comic strip/sequential story thing that vaguely involved characters from the TV show/movie.

boner - 2008-02-07

You know what they call a Quarter Pounder With Cheese on Qo'noS?

meowmers - 2008-02-07

qangqa' ghab tun with Cheese

FangoftheCobras - 2008-02-07

Qo'noS, it just tastes better!

Bort - 2010-03-04

On Qo'noS it's called a "glorious victory meal".

FABIO2 - 2008-02-07

How many toddlers were really into a 10 year old canceled sci-fi show in 1979?

drcrypt - 2008-02-07

None, but that Klingon design is from the motion picture released that year.

OxygenThief - 2009-01-22

How many people do you know that would buy a kid's meal just for a vaguely Star Trek related plastic toy?

woodenbandman - 2011-03-21

I'm pretty sure that some people people would bid on a vintage happy meal with star trek toy AND EAT IT

DrVital - 2008-02-07

It was kind of painful to be a Star Trek fan when movie that sucked as badly as The Motion Picture did.

Thank god for ST:II.

DrVital - 2008-02-07

It's a damn shame we can't edit our own posts.

FangoftheCobras - 2008-02-07

It is kind of painful to be a Star Trek fan.

KnowFuture - 2008-02-08

As a kid then...there was one Star Wars movie and a handful of shitty Atari games. The first Star Trek movie was boring but we got mileage out of it because that was pretty much all there was.

Some hardcore Star Trek geeks say the even-numbered movies were the good ones.

RandomFerret - 2008-02-10

That worked up until Star Trek: Nemesis.

Xenocide - 2008-02-07

He's actually saying you should bring your children to McDonald's so he can ambush them and throw their puny human bodies in the deep-fat fryer while forcing you to watch, but some liberty was taken with the translation.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-02-08

I think he was just dissing the putrid stench of weak Earth food. Fries warm cow flesh are no gakh.

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-02-08

"We have come across a planet-sized Klingon! He is babbling about food designed to entertain human children!"

"Open fire!"

baleen - 2008-02-08

That looks more like an UNHAPPY meal to me!

kingarthur - 2008-02-08

And lo, the fanboy niche market was discovered.

dementomstie - 2008-05-15

The language is called Klingon, not Klingon-ese! McDonalds disappoints me once again.

Spastic Avenger - 2008-05-22

unfortunately you are wrong. I wish you weren't, but you are. :(

EVILdogshu - 2008-06-11

Frankly I don't think he was even speaking Klingon. p'tahk!

dementomstie - 2008-06-25

it's seriously called Klingon-ese? That's just not cool. Unlike my wanting to learn to speak Klingon which is cool.

Smellvin - 2009-11-15

The happy meal tie-in was one of the most ingenious ideas ever.

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