Star Trek: The Motion Picture

V'ger is really Voyager VI. The Creator was NASA. Decker and the V'ger probe (Ilia) merge and evolve into a new life form.

Monty

Continuity mistake: In the original series Spock mentioned that Vulcan has no moons. In the movie, when Spock is on Vulcan, he looks up and shields his eyes against the glare of the sun. When the scene changes, it is night and there are moons. (Corrected in the Director's Edition).

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McCoy: Well Jim, I hear Chapel's an M.D. Now. So I'm gonna need a top nurse, not some doctor who'll argue every little diagnosis with me. And they probably re-designed the whole sickbay, too. I know engineers, they LOVE to change things.

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Trivia: While Spock is travelling through Vger, encountering the holographic images, he passes under two curious ones - Darth Vader and Miss Piggy.

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Suggested correction: While somewhat difficult to notice on a small screen, a large screen viewing of the shots reveals them to be portions of the Epsilon IX space station. It's merely a coincidence that they look like Miss Piggy and Darth Vader.

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Question: When Kirk and Scotty first enters the Enterprise, the hatch is numbered 5. But the computer announces that a travel pod is available at Cargo 6. Would that be considered an error?

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Answer: Possibly, or there could also be another travel pod that is available at Cargo 6, and that is what is being announced.

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