Kicking back in Spock's bed

As the birthplace of the immortal thespian William Shatner, Montreal has a strong link to "Star Trek": the Canadian city is where The Shat had his first exposure to acting before he went on to fame and fortune.

Quebec may have many "Star Trek" fans, but few are as passionate as Line Rainville. The social worker from Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, about an hour north of Montreal, has renovated her basement to look just like the Enterprise. The project has cost about $30,000.

This small basement bedroom is a re-creation of Spock's quarters, including the red curtains, homemade bedspread with metallic sheen, and the blue throw blanket.

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This small antechamber to the living room in Rainville's basement was done up just like the transporter room on the Enterprise. It has motion sensors that trigger the transporter lights.
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Spock's quarters

Aside from the photos of shipmates on the Enterprise, Rainville's Spock bedroom has a tricorder, 3D chess set, and a set of Vulcan bells.
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Not only does the bathroom have an Enterprise-themed arch, it features a tiled Starfleet insignia in the shower.
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Enterprise bath

The lighting and color scheme of Rainville's bathroom are right out of the original "Star Trek" set. The bathroom also incorporates features of the Enterprise sick bay and observation deck.
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Mysterious bottles

This washbasin features something seen several times in the original "Star Trek" series: mysterious spray bottles of colored liquid.
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Rainville's home has a corridor with an Enterprise-like red door, utility panel, intercom, and replicator. The doors don't slide apart, but there is the signature "swoosh" sound.
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TV room/bridge

The TV room is the focal point of Rainville's "Star Trek"-themed basement suite. Done up like the Enterprise bridge, it has the red handrails, faux ceiling skylight, widescreen TV as the bridge viewscreen, and a Spock cutout.
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Battle stations!

The left-hand wall of the living room includes an elaborate instrument panel, displays, and space art based on the bridge of the Enterprise.
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Instrument panel

Another view of the instrument panel shows Spock's scanner display on the right.
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Recreation room

Rainville's Enterprise recreation room has a white and metallic color scheme, and the counter is inlaid with a giant Starfleet insignia.
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Bon appétit!

After a hard day's work, Enterprise crew make their way to the nearest rec room food replicator and sit down to a yummy meal of colored blocks. While seen several times in the original "Star Trek" series, the bizarre and completely unappetizing space food was never eaten.

But who knows? It might go well with this bottle of Saurian Brandy.

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