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Leonard McCoy rediscovering this information in his investigation of the animals' proliferation aboard K-7 and the Enterprise ; several other Enterprise crewmembers, such as Nyota Uhura , also indicated having never heard of them before.
At the same time, the crew of USS Defiant , transported through time by Arne Darvin , prevented him from using a tricobalt device hidden inside a tribble to kill James T.
DS9 : " Trials and Tribble-ations ". Tribbles were an ecological menace for the Klingons, to whom a tribble would react violently. The Klingons first attempted to breed a predator to eliminate the threat.
The glommer was used only once, in , aboard the USS Enterprise, and proved unable to deal with the large number of tribbles aboard.
Kirk's captain's chair overtaken by a tribble colony. During this time, Cyrano Jones attempted to genetically engineer the tribbles so that they would not reproduce.
As a result of his dabbling, he deemed them to be "safe" so as to be compatible with humanoid ecologies , making them "great pets and profitable, too.
McCoy later discovered that the so-called "giant tribbles" really were not as they appeared, but rather colonies of tribbles.
McCoy was able to remedy the situation by giving them "a simple shot" of neoethylene , which caused the tribble colonies to break down into their individual units with a slower metabolic rate , and finally becoming "safe tribbles.
Tribbles on Earth The Klingons' solution to the tribble menace was to wipe the species out entirely. Klingon warriors were sent to hunt them down throughout the galaxy , and the tribble homeworld was obliterated in the late 23rd century.
When told of this, Odo dryly remarked, " Another glorious chapter in Klingon history. Tell me, do they still sing songs of the Great Tribble Hunt?
In spite of the destruction of the tribble homeworld, many Humans continued to have the small creatures as pets from the late 23rd century , well into the late 24th century , as one child aboard the USS Enterprise -D appeared to have one as a pet in Information about tribbles was displayed by the computer in Keiko O'Brien 's schoolroom on Deep Space 9 in Star Trek Generations.
Tribbles were reintroduced into the 24th century when Captain Benjamin Sisko and his crew brought at least one of the creatures back to , following a time-traveling visit to the tribble-infested space station K-7 of According to Captain Sisko, the Federation's Department of Temporal Investigations was not told about the reintroduction of the tribbles because "they didn't ask.
Tribble on Delta Vega. In the alternate reality , Montgomery Scott had a tribble at his station on the Delta Vega outpost in Star Trek.
A year later , Dr. Leonard McCoy injected the blood of Khan into the necrotic tissue of a dead tribble in order to test the regenerative properties of the blood.
A little while later, shortly after the death of James T. Kirk , Khan's blood resurrected the tribble in front of a stunned McCoy.
McCoy then ordered Khan captured alive so that his blood could be used to the same effect on Kirk. Star Trek Into Darkness. The homeworld and original scientific name polygeminus grex for the tribbles appeared on the chart in Keiko O'Brien 's classroom on Deep Space 9.
The chart artwork, contributed by DS9 art department illustrator Doug Drexler , are the same component illustrations he had originally prepared for the fan-published Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual in , then reprinted in as a licensed book by Ballantine.
A different scientific name, Tribleustes ventricosus , was given in " The Trouble with Edward ". Since that episode also saw the creation of a new Tribble variant incorporating Human DNA, the later polygeminus grex name might reflect this change.
The story "The Trouble with Tribbles" was intended to tell was writer David Gerrold 's re-interpretation of the rabbit population explosion in Australia.
The now-apocryphal Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual refers to this event too, connecting it with the k'nurt blight on Vulcan and the destruction caused by tribbles on Sherman's Planet, in the text "quoting" the data on "Parasites" from Volume 17 of the Star Fleet Guide To Alien Life.
In the audio commentary for "More Tribbles, More Troubles," David Gerrold explains that the idea for tribbles came from a fuzz-ball keychain owned by a college girlfriend of his, named Holly Sherman for whom Sherman's Planet is named.
He also mentions that Wah Chang hired a woman named Jacqueline Cumere to make five hundred tribbles for "The Trouble with Tribbles," and explains the procedure for making them.
Coon's secretary, had both eased that worry and relayed Heinlein's request which was granted for a copy of the script.
Tribbles are made from a piece of "figure-eight shaped" fake fur, sewn up to make a ball about five inches in diameter. The ball is filled with foam rubber; some tribbles were made by sewing a decapitated walking toy dog inside the fur skin, and the toy activated to make the tribble crawl, as revealed in a DVD text commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda for "The Trouble with Tribbles.
Sound Editor Douglas Grindstaff was involved in creating the noises made by the tribbles. Producer Gene Roddenberry first showed Grindstaff a tribble prop and they discussed how they should tackle the creation of the different sounds made by the creatures.
There had to be sounds for their various moods, such as for a very comfortable tribble as well as a fearful or disapproving tribble, rearing up and away from someone it didn't like.
There also had be sounds for different quantities of tribbles. Then I chose those frequencies I liked the best and decided which ones I would use in each spot.
I then went to a screech owl for the sound of the tribble rearing up, took the screech owl and played with it and got variations of it.
Then I took a bunch of little balloon sounds, where you'd get a balloon and rub it, and we mixed that with other little squeaky sounds that we had in the library, playing with all these at variable speeds, mixing them and making new sounds out of them, and putting them all together until we came up with the various composite sounds used throughout the whole show.
During filming of "The Trouble with Tribbles", one of the better-known Star Trek "bloopers" occurred when guest star Ed Reimers , at the time best known for his commercials for Allstate Insurance, which ended with him cupping his hands and saying the catchphrase " You're in good hands with Allstate, " was tossed a tribble prop during a take of his scene, prompting him to make the same gesture with his hands while holding the tribble and proclaiming, " You're in good hands with tribbles.
Following the making of "The Trouble with Tribbles," tribble props were repeatedly found around the set of Star Trek 's original series.
Commented DeForest Kelley : " We'd had these tribbles everywhere. They had them in the prop room and they kept showing up here and there for weeks after we filmed the episode.
A tribble might show up as an extra breast on Nichelle [Nichols] or something like that. I guess everybody was still kind of tribble happy and every time we got to work a tribble in somewhere, we were working them in.
Instead of pulling out a communicator , somebody would pull out a tribble. They'd continually pop up somewhere.
Pull out a drawer and somebody would reach for something and there'd be a tribble there [ McCoy was meant to be making a surgical incision in another character — he as Dr.
McCoy apparently removed a tribble from the patient after making the incision, an action that provoked much laughter on the set.
The World of Star Trek , 3rd ed. Having appeared as Klingon captain Koloth in "The Trouble with Tribbles," actor William Campbell was made aware of how extremely popular the tribbles were with fans.
One little girl even made a tribble and sent it to me. Another homemade tribble was created for Terry Farrell by her grandmother, during her childhood, long before she portrayed Jadzia Dax in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ; a frequent viewer of TOS, Farrell kept her tribble toy in her bedroom, by a television set.
Director Joseph Pevney once speculated that, if tribbles had been proposed to make their debut appearance during the third season of the original series rather than the second , the idea would have been rejected, due to the regular cast becoming increasingly concerned about being seen as the heroes of the series.
Pevney argued, " The hero of the show was a little fuzzy animal, and they don't want that. They want to constantly be the heroes. In "More Tribbles, More Troubles," the tribbles appear pink in color.
Unknown to the rest of the production staff, the director, Hal Sutherland , was color-blind, so to him, pink was light gray.
Given that the plot of the episode involved the creatures being genetically reengineered, this had little impact on continuity. According to the audio commentary for " How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth ", David Wise mentions that for Kukulkan's zoo , " If you were to read the original script, we had animals, various life forms from earlier episodes of the live action Star Trek.
There was a tribble, a couple of tribbles in one cage, there was a Horta from "Devil in the Dark" [sic] in another cage, they were supposed to be reference, the various menagerie of characters who had appeared in earlier Star Trek s.
Harve Bennett once characterized the tribbles in Star Trek III as "Christmas stocking presents to the fans " and went on to say, " That's, 'Hey, kids, you came to see the movie, here's a treat, it's our joke.
Creating the Next Generation , p. An edible tribble was designed to be ripped open as a snack by one of the Klingon guards on Rura Penthe in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country , filled with gummy worms and tapioca "guts," but it was not seen in the movie, as it was thought to be too disgusting.
A scepter that Rura Penthe's commandant carries has fur that was scripted to be from a tribble. The Making of the Trek Films , 3rd ed.
Some of the most memorable ways in which tribbles are featured in " Trials and Tribble-ations " were devised by DS9 writing staffer Ronald D.
These ideas included tribbles being tossed out of the storage compartment bin from "The Trouble with Tribbles" by one of the DS9 crew — hitting Kirk on the head with them — and another tribble actually being what is more-or-less a disguised bomb.
In the first draft script of "Trials and Tribble-ations", a hypothetical evolutionary link was made between tribbles and Trill symbionts , as some xenobiologists had apparently theorized that tribbles were "distant evolutionary cousins to Trill symbionts.
The tribble props for "Trials and Tribble-ations" were obtained from Lincoln Enterprises before it became the "Store" section of Roddenberry.
I can't understand it. I've never seen them act this way before. Ah, my good friend. How would you like to enter another little transaction?
The pretty lady in yellow brings our group their drinks. This is a drink for a man. Korax goes over to the bar and shares his drink with Jones.
They remind me of Regulan blood worms. You ought to be more forgiving. I just remembered. There is one Earthman who doesn't remind me of a Regulan blood worm.
That's Kirk. A Regulan blood worm is soft and shapeless, but Kirk isn't soft. Kirk may be a swaggering, overbearing, tin-plated dictator with delusions of godhood, but he's not soft.
Everybody's entitled to an opinion. It's not worth fighting for. We're big enough to take a few insults. Now, drink your drink. We like the Enterprise.
We, we really do. That sagging old rust bucket is designed like a garbage scow. Half the quadrant knows it.
That's why they're learning to speak Klingonese. I didn't mean to say that the Enterprise should be hauling garbage. I meant to say that it should be hauled away as garbage.
There's a fight, of course. Scott's first right cross sends Korax flying over a table. After that, it's the Klingons versus Starfleet, with the barman beating a retreat and Jones taking the opportunity to help himself to drinks from the dispensing machine.
Finally he decides to leave with his spoils and is about to enjoy his last glass when the Security guards rush in followed by the Barman, who takes the glass just before it reaches Jones' lips.
So he takes another out of his pocket instead. A small disturbance between the Klingon crew and members of the Enterprise crew has broken out aboard Space Station K7.
I am forced to cancel shore leave for both ships. Ten men are lined up. Chekov has a nice bruise on his cheek. KIRK: I want to know who started it.
I'm waiting. Freeman, who started the fight? KIRK: All right. I know you. You started it, didn't you? KIRK: Who did?
KIRK: I don't know, sir. I want to know who threw the first punch. All right. You're all confined to quarters until I find out who started it.
You were supposed to prevent trouble, Mister Scott. What caused it, Scotty? KIRK: Must have been some insult.
KIRK: You threw the first punch. Chekov wanted to, but I held him back. KIRK: You held? Why did Chekov want to start a fight?
Is this off the record? KIRK: No, this is not off the record. KIRK: Is that all? They also compared you with a Denebian slime devil.
KIRK: I see. KIRK: No? You told us to avoid trouble. KIRK: Oh, yes. After all, we're big enough to take a few insults. Aren't we? KIRK: What was it they said that started the fight?
And that's when you hit the Klingons? Scotty, you're restricted to quarters until further notice. Thank you, sir.
That'll give me a chance to catch up on my technical journals. There are a lot more than eleven tribbles now.
They remind me of the lilies of the field. They toil not, neither do they spin. But they seem to eat a great deal.
I see no practical use for them. They're nice, soft, and furry, and they make a pleasant sound. MCCOY: It's a human characteristic to love little animals, especially if they're attractive in some way.
I am frequently inundated by them, but I've trained myself to put up with practically anything.
If you'll excuse me, sir. Kirk walks to his chair, preoccupied by his last conversation. When he sits, there is a squeak.
He has sat on a large tribble. Then he notices that there are fluffy balls everywhere. They do seem to be all over the ship.
McCoy enters, stroking a tribble. Did you want to see me, Jim? Don't look at me. It's the tribbles who are breeding. If we don't get them off this ship, we're going to be hip deep in them.
KIRK: Explain that. And, brother, have they got a lot of will. I've been running computations on their rate of reproduction.
The figures are taking an alarming direction. They're consuming our supplies and returning nothing. They give us love.
Well, Cyrano Jones says a tribble is the only love that money can buy. KIRK: And get these tribbles off the bridge.
I've done nothing to warrant such severe treatment. KIRK: Oh, really? SPOCK: Surely you must have realised what would happen if you removed the tribbles from their predator-filled environment into an environment where their natural multiplicative proclivities would have no restraining factors.
What did you say? SPOCK: By removing the tribbles from their natural habitat, you have, so to speak, removed the cork from the bottle and allowed the genie to escape.
Of course, that's how I maintain my stock. Breeding animals is not against regulations, only breeding dangerous ones.
And tribbles are not dangerous. KIRK: Just incredibly prolific. Now if you'll excuse me. KIRK: You should sell an instruction and maintenance manual for this thing.
Well, I must be tending my ship. Au revoir. He meets Baris and Darvin at the door. Tell him. In my opinion, you have taken this important project far too lightly.
KIRK: On the contrary, sir. I think of this project as very important. It is you I take lightly. BARIS: I am going to report fully to the proper authorities that you have given free and complete access to this station to a man who is quite probably a Klingon agent.
KIRK: That's a serious charge. To whom are you referring? KIRK: I heard you. BARIS: My assistant here has kept Mister Jones under close surveillance for quite some time, and his actions have been most suspicious.
I believe he was involved in that little altercation between your men and the men from KIRK: Yes, yes. Go on. What else do you have? It is quite possible he is also a Klingon spy.
He is a licensed asteroid locator and prospector. He's never broken the law, at least not severely. For the past seven years, with his one-man spaceship, he's obtained a marginal living by engaging in the buying and selling of rare merchandise, including, unfortunately, tribbles.
KIRK: Do you have any proof of that? Sometimes, all they need is a title, Mister Baris. Unfortunately, disrupting a space station is not an offence.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a ship to tend to. There are tribbles on the walls, the floor, the tables, even as chess pieces.
Kirk gets a tray from the food dispenser. It has tribbles on it. KIRK: My chicken sandwich and coffee.
This is my chicken sandwich and coffee. KIRK: I want these off the ship. I don't care if it takes every man we've got, I want them off the ship.
Scott enters, carrying an armful of fluff. SCOTT: They're into the machinery, all right, and they're probably in all the other food processors too.
KIRK: How? KIRK: And in the storage compartments. Contact Manager Lurry and Nilz Baris. Have them meet us near the storage compartments.
We're beaming down. Come on, Spock. The tribbles are all over the pads too. Kirk picks one up but there's nowhere else to put it.
KIRK: Energise. KIRK: Is that door secure? Nothing could get in. Open it. It seems to be stuck. KIRK: Here.
Let me try it. But he can't open it either, so he tried one of the overhead doors instead. That does open, and a whole load of tribbles fall out, burying the gallant Captain up to his shoulders.
Spock examines one. On my grain? Kirk, I am going to hold you responsible. There must be thousands of them. KIRK: Hundreds of thousands. That's assuming one tribble, multiplying with an average litter of ten, producing a new generation every twelve hours over a period of three days.
KIRK: That's assuming they got here three days ago. You are responsible for turning the development project into a total disaster.
You have insulted me, you have ignored me, you've walked all over me. You have abused your authority, and you've rejected my requests.
And this, this is the result. I'm going to hold you responsible. All we have to do is quit feeding them. We quit feeding them, they stop breeding.
KIRK: Now he tells me. And so are these. A lot of them are alive, but they won't be for long. KIRK: Yes. Bones, I want the tribbles, the grain, everything analysed.
I want to know what killed these tribbles. All right, if I find out anything, I'll let you know. This project is ruined, and Starfleet is going to hear about it.
And when they do, they will have a board of inquiry and they will roast you alive. And I am going to be there, Kirk, to enjoy every minute of it.
And as Captain, I want two things done. First, find Cyrano Jones, and second as another tribble hits him on the head close that door.
A security guard is picking up tribbles. A few questions. KIRK: What do you want? I expect you to assume full responsibility for the persecution of Klingon nationals in this quadrant.
KIRK: An apology? You've harassed my men. You've treated them like criminals. You've been most uncourteous, Captain Kirk. You can't let him.
That will give them the wedge they need to claim Sherman's Planet. Who put the tribbles in the quadrotriticale? What was in the grain that killed them?
The guards take Jones' tribbles from him. They get to the door as Darvin enters, and the tribbles shriek.
KIRK: Hold on a minute. I thought you said tribbles liked everybody. The last time I saw one act this way was at the bar. KIRK: What was in the bar?
Him, for one. They shriek. They don't like Klingons. McCoy enters But they do like Vulcans. I didn't know you had it in you. KIRK: Obviously.
Mister Baris, they like you. Well, there's no accounting for taste. I wonder why. His body temperature is. Jim, this man is a Klingon.
What about the grain, Bones? It was poisoned. It's been impregnated with a virus. The virus turns into an inert material in the bloodstream.
The more the organism eats, the more inert matter is built up. So after two or three days, they reached a point where they couldn't take in enough nourishment to survive.
KIRK: They starved to death.