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'''"Watergate"''' was a [[politics|political]] scandal in the [[1970s]] that forced [[Richard M. Nixon]] to resign as [[President of the United States]].
 
'''"Watergate"''' was a [[politics|political]] scandal in the [[1970s]] that forced [[Richard M. Nixon]] to resign as [[President of the United States]].
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The [[Beastie Boys]] song ''[[Sabotage (song)|Sabotage]]'', which a young {{alt|James T. Kirk}} was listening to while driving a [[Corvette]], contained the lyrics "''I can't stand it, I know you planned it, I'm gonna set this straight, this Watergate.''" ({{film|11}})
   
 
In [[2369]], [[Q]] told [[Vash]] that, along with the [[Crusades]] and the [[Spanish Inquisition]], he believed Watergate to be one of the most interesting events to happen on [[Earth]]. ({{DS9|Q-Less}})
 
In [[2369]], [[Q]] told [[Vash]] that, along with the [[Crusades]] and the [[Spanish Inquisition]], he believed Watergate to be one of the most interesting events to happen on [[Earth]]. ({{DS9|Q-Less}})
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Revision as of 04:16, January 17, 2010

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"Watergate" was a political scandal in the 1970s that forced Richard M. Nixon to resign as President of the United States.

The Beastie Boys song Sabotage, which a young James T. Kirk was listening to while driving a Corvette, contained the lyrics "I can't stand it, I know you planned it, I'm gonna set this straight, this Watergate." (Star Trek)

In 2369, Q told Vash that, along with the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition, he believed Watergate to be one of the most interesting events to happen on Earth. (DS9: "Q-Less")

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