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Iíve always wondered why the Picardís accent is English, particularly because heís supposed to be from France. Finally, Picard has his answer!




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Ep #10These comics are created from the winning entries of The Write Your Own Sev Trek Competition. The winning entry was written by Deekie, out of 68 entries, and is now drawn in The Sev Files Episode #8. Here are others that rated well...


Viper

Thats because French is even harder to understand then English

Vanyel

It's this mechanical heart. Blasted English-android donor!

Henning

The Borg assimilated my accent

Chris Cole

The studio execs didn't want to have to add sub-titles whenever I spoke.

David Johnston

I was beaming down with an Englishman and there was this Transporter accident.

Chris Cole

The other choice was Marcel Marceau -- and that DOES go without saying!

Chris Cole

It's a better-sounding combination than having someone named Reginald Smithers-Worthington-Smythe, III, saying "Mon Dieu! Raise ze shields! Red Alairt! Phazairs at ze rrrready mon amis!"

Wei-Hwa

Sev Trek's producers didn't want to deal with another alien language.

Anthony Friesen

If you would install the Authentic Accents patch 1.701F to the universal translator, I wouldn't have this problem!

Henrik O A Barkman

Disconnect your Translator, and listen again.

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