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In [[2256]], this book was stored on a bookshelf in the {{USS|Shenzhou}}'s [[ready room]]. ({{DIS|The Vulcan Hello}})
 
In [[2256]], this book was stored on a bookshelf in the {{USS|Shenzhou}}'s [[ready room]]. ({{DIS|The Vulcan Hello}})
   
{{bginfo|A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of {{s|6}} producer [[Aaron Baiers]]. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". This title refers to the episode {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}. ''{{twitter|abaiers/status/912153348991627264}}}}
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{{bginfo|A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of {{s|6}} producer [[Aaron Baiers]]. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". This title refers to the episode {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}. ''{{twitter|abaiers/status/912153348991627264}} Presumably, it dealt with [[Tribble]]s.}}
 
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The Trouble with Tribbles was a book owned by Captain Philippa Georgiou.

In 2256, this book was stored on a bookshelf in the USS Shenzhou's ready room. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello")

A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of I AM ERROR producer Aaron Baiers. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". This title refers to the episode "The Trouble with Tribbles". [1] Presumably, it dealt with Tribbles.
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