Oh, they are not worth the tribble…er…trouble…
Those furry hair-balls has got to go!
They’re those little tribble-makers that are over-running our cube!
Now the Collective are sending Borg drones to in the operation of removing such tribble-some creatures.
They are threatening our efficiency…
These creatures are uniquely called “Tribbles” They are the exotic alien pets that are brought onto the space station, and one of them caught Uhura’s attention. She adores one of those things, and she had brought it on the star ship Enterprise.
The trouble has begun when someone had fed the grains to one of those creatures at the space station’s bar-area. The grain was the commodity that was poisoned by several Klingons operatives disguised as Humans. The grains were disappearing as well.
Well, things went from bad to worse when the tribbles began multiplying like rabbits on the Enterprise and the space station… So Captian Kirk and the Starfleet officers began the investigation as to how the tribbles are dying as they’re multiplying.
Of course; there were naturally a lot of finger-pointing as to who the perpetrator was.
The clues are turning up as Kirk and company has pieced together of how the crime was committed, even Kirk and others have gone to the grain storages and he opened one hatch and he was inundated with both live and dead tribbles.
Then, someone came up with an idea in how to snift out the bad guys and Kirk and company took one of the tribbles and simply held it close to each person to see how the tribble react to each person. When they moved on to the Klingons, the tribble has reacted adversely.
This has been a very good episode on “Star Trek: The Original Series”. It was one of very popular and famous episode called “Trouble With Tribbles”. So even the stuffed tribbles were popularized as toys and collectibles.
I have seen this episode several times as a kid and as a young adult. To me; it was an epic episode. I have enjoyed this episode’s comedic elements as how they handled the situation with the tribbles. I would watch it again if I have access to it.
So anyway; we believe that this is enough “trouble” for this Borg drone, 7 of 77, to write this entry. Till next time, be efficient!