Geek Pick Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover

first_img Geek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone KitGeek Pick: Amazon Smart Plug Puts Alexa in Your Walls Remember when sci-fi was exciting? And then when Star Trek: The Next Generation came along and changed that? But then after the terrible first two seasons, it became one of the best sci-fi series ever by actually combining exciting (albeit silly-looking) action with cerebral social and philosophical analysis?And please, any Star Trek fans who want to come at me over the last paragraph, do it. I dare you to defend the first two seasons of TNG. Defend “Code of Honor” or “The Outrageous Okana.” Do it. Do iiiiit. Though “The Measure of a Man” was legitimately great television.Anyway, you can turn any normal-sized door in hour house into a view of the Enterprise-D corridors with the ThinkGeek Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover. It’s a door cover that shows a corridor from TNG. So, just what I said.This is basically a big polyester fitted sheet with a photo of an Enterprise-D corridor. It’s all there, from the goofy hexagonal walls to the recessed fluorescent lighting to the blue carpet I’ve had so many Star Trek fans swear was red that I think it was red before Benjamin Sisko altered the timeline during the Bell Riots in the DS9 two-parter episode “Past Tense.” It looks like the classic TNG corridor, and you can just fit it over any door.This isn’t exactly a high-definition, completely lifelike print. If you get close you’ll see the ink blurs, but that’s fine. Stand a few feet away and you can pretend that Q is messing with you. That was my door! Now it’s a doorway to the Enterprise-D! What is the meaning of this, Q?!?Then give a long speech about morality and pacifism and ride a dune buggy across a desert planet while your buddies gun down pre-warp natives for fun. I’m still bitter about Nemesis.The ThinkGeek Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover is $24.99, and pretty great for how dumb it is.Let us know what like about Geek by taking our survey. Catch up on all our reviews for the new Star Trek: Discovery. See our thoughts on the knockoff TNG show The Orville. But always follow all Star Trek news here. Let us know what like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img