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The phrase “totally illogical” likely references the catchphrase of Spock, a part-Vulcan, part-human character on the show Star Trek who often decries the actions of his human counterparts as “illogical.”
The TV show Star Trek was initially distributed by Desilu Studios when it premiered in 1966. Desilu underwent a merger with Paramount Pictures and was rebranded to Paramount Television in 1967, and Paramount has been the distributor of all Star Trek media in decades since and would be the copyright holders of any official merchandise since 1967.
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Miller, J.J. (2016). How Lucille Ball saved 'Star Trek'. Entertainment Weekly. https://ew.com/article/2016/07/08/lucille-ball-star-trek/