A visitor from another dimension enjoys his visit until he pours too much milk into his coffee and discovers the second law of thermodynamics.
A James Kirk born in the wrong century works at an Enterprise, but can never fulfill his ache for exploration.
Hester Prynne born two centuries later enjoys the relative freedom of modern living, but elderly male leaders still dictate what is appropriate for her body.
Much to Leia’s annoyance, after his run-in with the Death Star Han Solo wasn’t too keen on the idea of a honeymoon.
Clarissa explained it all, but nobody was listening.
Hotel, motel, Holiday Inn, they were all booked and the timing couldn’t be worse.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of allowing religious groups to opt out of any law they don’t like.
A drone has his first independent thought, but can’t remember what it was.
Legolas is so glad he found Gimli, but he spends the night watch worrying about what his family will think.
When they finally finished the modeling and ran the simulations it revealed only their deepest fears.
It wasn’t that Speedracer couldn’t slow down, but that he wouldn’t; he was afraid his past would catch up with him.
The character pairings at the end of Star Trek: Voyager.
- some of my favorites, only like half the list, from A Series of Disappointing Vignettes