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Most iconic Star Trek moments
What moments in Star Trek you think are for you the most memorable, most iconic, most awesome moments in any of the 5 series and the 11 movies?

One moment I find to be memorable and iconic was Spock's death in TWOK.
Ford: Don't worry, I trust them to the end of the Earth.
Arthur: And how long is that?
Ford: About 12 minutes.
-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
I haven't watched much Star Trek, but I think Kirk's birth at the beginning of the new movie could go down as iconic.
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In addition to Spock's death and funeral, the most memorable moment for me is Riker saying "Mr. Worf... fire" at the end of The Best of Both Worlds, part 1.
Ich tue, was ich tun will
I do what I want to do
Spock's death and funeral. Nothing else comes close.
Spock's death without a doubt, Riker's "Mr. Worf... fire" has to be one of the greatest TV cliff-hangers of all time.

Also the destruction of the Enterprise in TSFS.
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Kirk's eulogy for Spock in The Wrath of Khan.
The first view of a Borg Cube in "Q Who?"
"Will somebody please get this big, walking carpet out of my way?"
If we're talking iconic in the general sense, surely Spock's image, Kirk and Uhura's kiss, and the Enterprise in general count.
I think there really are only two real iconic moments in Star Trek: "Beam me up, Scotty" & "He's dead, Jim."
I'll add shirtless Sulu with his fencing blade and the Balok puppet could also be counted as iconic. Other iconic moments in Star Trek would include stuff like Spock's death and the cliffhanger of Best of Both Worlds.


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