Today's blog title answers the question posed by the Star Trek episode What Are Little Girls Made Of?
While this episode is probably most notable for a screencap that appears after the break, it was also set in an underground cavern system on an extremely cold planet.
Apparently the set designer must have been heavily invested in the spray texture industry, given that every "natural" surface is coated in the stuff. It's also used in other "ice planet" episodes, of which there seems to be quite a lot, now that I think about it. They may also have been anticipating the Lisa Frank 1 craze of later years as all the surfaces are also pink and purple. Because, um, alien ice is purple? Or is this supposed to be rock surface? If it's ice, then WTF is up with this outfit?
As promised, the screen cap for which this episode is best known:
Finding it required a Google Image Search for "Kirk dildo" which was not nearly as traumatizing as it could have been.
I should get some interesting visits to the blog now, too. Let's all say "hi, perv!" to everyone arriving here having searched for "Kirk dildo."
1. Warning: I am not responsible for seizures, screaming, blindness, or migraines caused by clicking the link. ↩