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Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover Makes It So… Cool

by Shane McGlaun
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Of all the awesome tech in Star Trek: The Next Generation, there were two things I really wanted. I wanted the replicator not for “Tea, Earl Grey, Hot” but so I could have all the snacks I wanted on a whim. “Eggs, Cadbury, Not Melted.” I also wanted doors that automatically opened when I walked up to them and made that satisfying “swish” sound. I’ll never get either of those things, but at least I can get this sweet TNG corridor door cover.

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Install this on your door, and it will look like you are peering out of your quarters as you prepare to walk to the bridge and fight off Q’s latest antics. The 38″ x 84″ cover fits over the doors using elastic corners like a bed sheet. It looks like it’s made of that flimsy plastic material used in decorative door covers for Halloween and Christmas, but this one is made from machine-washable polyester. Rather than putting Santa or an axe murderer on your door, go with a corridor from the NCC-1701-D.

ThinkGeek has the Next Generation of door covers for just $24.99.

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