Entertaining video compilation with the most important device in the universe - flashing tubes without function | MCUTimes

Entertaining video compilation with the most important device in the universe – flashing tubes without function

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I have a funny video here that you can watch that highlights the most important device in the universe, which happens to be a pair of flashing tubes with no features at all.

This device has appeared in several sci-fi movies and TV shows over the years and it is the ultimate recycled prop, and in any case where it appeared on screen, no one has ever explained what it is, what it does , or what its purpose is.

This is a video collection with many of the times it has been used in movie and TV shows. Enjoy!

The first time we see it is in the Regula lab in “Star Trek II Wrath of Khan”. They are also visible in Enterprise-A’s shuttle bay in “Star Trek V”

They also appear in a number of Star Trek episodes:

TNG: “Datalore”
TNG: “Suddenly human”
TNG: “Quality of life”
VOY: “Looking Back”
VOY: “Inside Man”

Finally, the prop can be seen in Soong’s hiding place as well as at the research station in ENT: “Cold Station 12”.

It appears in the background of various science labs in “Lower Decks” in cartoon form.

The Tubes also appear in other science fiction series and movies, such as:

“V” (miniseries from 1983)
“The Last Starfighter”
“The Incredible Hulk Returns” (1988 film),
“The Flash: The Deadly Nightshade” (1990)
“Star Crystal” 1986
“Alien Nation”, as well as “Airplane II” (with William Shatner, who would again encounter it in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, in which he directed and starred)

It also appeared in “Lois & Clark” episode 2 × 08 with Denis Crosby.

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