From Talk:K'moti nutEdit


I'm not sure which is the correct spelling, but, there's an article titled L'maki nut, which covers the same information. User:Lt. Washburn noted the following:

I was watching "Twisted" and noticed a couple references that weren't on the page: Jimbalian fudge and l'maki nuts. I added them and created pages for them. Checking out the updates you and others made, I noticed two entries on the food page that seem to be the same thing but with alternate spellings: Jibalian fudge and K'moti nut. I got my spellings from the closed captioning of Twisted.
In Twisted, Neelix could be saying jibalian instead of jimbalian, but he is definitely saying l'maki and not k'moti. I have no idea what the other episodes ("Before and After", "Riddles", "Fury") show for both spoken dialogue and closed captioning. I also don't have access to production scripts.

If someone could investigate this and figure it out... :) -- Sulfur 10:39, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

It's l'maki nut according to the Star Trek Encyclopedia. It seems the other spellings are mistakes originating from a certain Voyager transcript site. --Jörg 10:43, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
K'moti nut has now been merged with L'maki nut. --From Andoria with Love 06:49, 7 March 2007 (UTC)

It's in your head, son!Edit

I'm surprised no one ever noticed the pattern on the cake! It's Neptune! Reference this link here L'maki nut

Pretty neat.. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

Er... huh? -- Sulfur 02:13, 20 August 2007 (UTC)
Its is similar to Neptune, although the patterns are shadows cast by those candles on the cake. – Wormulon 20:17, October 29, 2009 (UTC)