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Who needs dyed eggs when you can have plush Star Trek TNG eggs? They’re the work of etsy seller StellarEvolutionD and they are the cutest things ever. It’s a set of eight with each eggie measuring 4″ tall so they’re perfect for an Easter basket or even just posing around the room. They can also be ordered as Christmas ornaments to decorate your tree.

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Nerd Court is the work of creator Gary Whitta (The Book of Eli, The Walking Dead) and director Adam Stein. It’s like Judge Judy for nerds. This time Jonathan Frakes is forced to take the stand in his own, uh, Riker’s defense to help decide if the character was really all that or totally overrated.

Tina Huang, a longtime TNG fan takes the anti-Riker side while Commander Holly from Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay takes the pro-Riker side. Watch the video after the break and see which side wins out.

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The latest April Fool’s Day product from ThinkGeek to become a reality is this fantastic U.S.S. Enterprise flying disc. Instead of just tossing a boring frisbee back and forth, you can toss Star Trek‘s most famous ship.

It works just like a regular frisbee so you throw the saucer section and the rest of the ship just follows along. It’s made of plastic and EVA foam and is an officially licensed Star Trek product.

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Leonard Nimoy’s passing last week spawned some beautiful tributes to the man who brought Spock to life. Now there are two statues in his honor that you can visit in Star Trek Online.

The first is on Vulcan and the second is on New Romulus which is a part of the parallel universe that was created after Star Trek XI and is the time during which the game takes place. Vulcan was chosen as Spock’s home planet of course, and New Romulus for all of Spock’s work with the Romulans after the original series.

Nimoy’s name also appears on permanent plaques installed in the game’s three main hub zones of Earth Space Dock, Qo’noS, and New Romulus. The plaques contain the names of fellow original series cast members and creators that we’ve lost: Majel Barrett, James Doohan, DeForest Kelley, and Gene Roddenberry. Lastly, the hub zones will display black flags of mourning for the next week.

See another picture and video of Nimoy recording for the game after the break.

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For years, Canadians have been doodling on their five-dollar bills, transforming the former Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier into characters such as Spock and Severus Snape. “Spocking Fives,” as it’s called, has experienced a resurgence since the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy last Friday.

The bills that are best suited for “Spocking” are currently in the process of being replaced by newer, plastic bills which feature a different portrait of Laurier—but that isn’t stopping people from paying tribute on the new bills as well.

Check out the call to action along with a Spocked new bill after the break…

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star trek pool float

You can be in command of the entire pool when you float along in this captain’s chair pool float. It looks like the one used by Captain Kirk when he commanded the USS Enterprise on Star Trek. Expect to see it in stores soon for around $50, just in time for the world to thaw.

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At New York Toy Fair 2015, which kicked off on Saturday and is running through Tuesday, there is A) a lot of Frozen, B) A LOT OF FROZEN, C) a Tribble coin purse from The Coop (bless), and D) all the Funko you can shake an adorable plastic figurine at. If you weren’t there either because you weren’t in New York or you were in New York but made the completely reasonable decision to stay indoors where it wasn’t frakking freezing, you can live the experience vicariously through me. There’s no visual aid for my reaction to the upcoming X-Files figures, above, but it was something like this. Behind the cut: Avengers: Age of Ultron, Jaws, Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Arrow, Firefly, The Fifth Element, Star Trek, and more!

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There are some mashups that would be amazing to see, but don’t expect Star Wars vs Star Trek to happen anytime soon. That’s okay, because Alex Luthor has made a fan trailer for this nonexistent movie that is absolutely fantastic. He’s spliced scenes and dialogue from the franchises’ movies together to make it look like a trailer for one film with the two worlds battling each other. I wonder how a Sith Lord would handle a Vulcan nerve pinch?

See the video after the break.

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This 1978 GMC van is the ultimate set of wheels for a Star Trek fan with a mullet. The owner has decided to sell and purchase a smaller vehicle for his family. According to the listing on Craigslist:

The van was built up from stock in 1979-1980, paint was done by G.S. Roy, a well known Canadian artist. I contacted Mr. Roy, who remembers painting this van as well as another for the owners cousin (that one was ‘mermaid’ themed. . .wish I knew where it was!). The van is a survivor and sat for years in storage owned by the same family from new to 2012 (33 years). . .I purchased it in 2013 from Ontario and shipped it out to the west coast here in Vancouver where I have enjoyed every day of owning it. NOT a vehicle for the shy, you absolutely cannot go anywhere without many thumbs up, cheers, and people waxing nostalgic about custom vans and/or Star Trek.

This can all be yours for $9500.

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It takes extra time and talent to build with Lego bricks but hide all those little studs. This is a technique that Chris Melby has mastered in his build of Star Trek‘s USS Enterprise. The 18,000 piece model took him eight months to build and measures a truly huge five feet long. It’s also a little bit of crossing the streams as the warp nacelles are actually Star Wars planet pieces.

See Also: This Giant LEGO Star Destroyer Is Most Powerful Toy In The Playroom

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