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: ''For the 1973 non-fiction book by [[David Gerrold]], see ''[[The Trouble with Tribbles (reference novel)]]''.
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{{disambiguation|the 1973 non-fiction book by David Gerrold|The Trouble with Tribbles (reference novel)}}
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'''''The Trouble with Tribbles''''' was the title of a prop [[book]] created for {{Captain}} [[Philippa Georgiou]]'s [[ready room]].
   
'''''The Trouble with Tribbles''''' was the title of a prop [[book]] created for {{dis|Captain|rank}} [[Philippa Georgiou]]'s [[ready room]].
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A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of {{s|DIS}} producer [[Aaron Baiers]]. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were {{s|TOS}} episode titles, and were described as "Easter eggs for all ''Trek'' lovers". {{twitter|abaiers/status/912153348991627264}}
 
A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of {{s|7}} producer [[Aaron Baiers]]. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were {{s|1}} episode titles, and were described as "Easter eggs for all ''Trek'' lovers". {{twitter|abaiers/status/912153348991627264}}
 
   
 
However, the shelf as it appeared on screen counted fewer books, and since the titles were not obviously readable, it is unclear which were removed and which remained.
 
However, the shelf as it appeared on screen counted fewer books, and since the titles were not obviously readable, it is unclear which were removed and which remained.
   
This book's title refers to the episode {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}. In-universe, it might have dealt with [[tribble]]s, which had been known to Starfleet, at least since the era of of {{s|6}} (Dr. [[Phlox]] possessed some), and {{dis|Captain|rank}} [[Gabriel Lorca]] kept one in his ready room aboard the {{USS|Discovery}}.
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This book's title refers to the episode {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}. In-universe, it might have dealt with [[tribble]]s, which had been known to some Starfleet personnel, at least since the era of of {{s|ENT}} (Dr. [[Phlox]] possessed some), and {{Captain}} [[Gabriel Lorca]] kept one in his ready room aboard the {{USS|Discovery}}. Alternatively, it could have dealt with the [[Tribbles]] cereal, which was certainly troubling.
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Latest revision as of 12:17, January 29, 2020

Real World article
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For the 1973 non-fiction book by David Gerrold, please see The Trouble with Tribbles (reference novel).

The Trouble with Tribbles was the title of a prop book created for Captain Philippa Georgiou's ready room.

A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of Star Trek: Discovery producer Aaron Baiers. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, were Star Trek: The Original Series episode titles, and were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". [1]

However, the shelf as it appeared on screen counted fewer books, and since the titles were not obviously readable, it is unclear which were removed and which remained.

This book's title refers to the episode "The Trouble with Tribbles". In-universe, it might have dealt with tribbles, which had been known to some Starfleet personnel, at least since the era of of Star Trek: Enterprise (Dr. Phlox possessed some), and Captain Gabriel Lorca kept one in his ready room aboard the USS Discovery. Alternatively, it could have dealt with the Tribbles cereal, which was certainly troubling.

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