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Terra Nova Welcome mat

Derelict welcome mat on Terra Nova

Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur

A welcome mat

A welcome mat was a type of rug placed outside one's home with the word "welcome" written on it. In the cartoon Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur, Casper Caveman had a welcome mat outside his front door. (VOY: "Memorial")

A building on the Human colony on Terra Nova included a welcome mat, which survived the abandonment of the settlement long enough to be appreciated by the expedition investigating its fate in 2151. (ENT: "Terra Nova")

In an alternate 2263, Captain James T. Kirk commented about Jaylah's booby traps, referring to their use as a strange way to "lay out the welcome mat." Jaylah however, had no idea what a welcome mat was. (Star Trek Beyond)

In 2368, William T. Riker characterized the increasing defenses around an artificial biosphere on Moab IV as being "not exactly a welcome mat.". (TNG: "The Masterpiece Society")

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