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Robert1Williams March 6 2012 07:52 PM

Audience Figures?
 
Hello, My name is Robert Williams

I'm a university student; based in London.

I'm currently writing my dissertation and I have been researching a lot to find out the audience viewing figures for:

Star Trek Voyager: Series five: episode ten: ‘Counterpoint’

If you can't help do you know where I can find them?

Warmest Regards
Robert Williams

You_Will_Fail March 6 2012 07:53 PM

Re: Audience Figures?
 
I'd be fascinated to know what kind of dissertation requires the viewing figures for a particularly bad acted episode of Voyager, lol!

http://users.telenet.be/WebTrek/Voy/...s/ratings.html

MacLeod March 6 2012 08:03 PM

Re: Audience Figures?
 
But did he was the US figures or the UK figures being as he is based in London.

Robert1Williams March 6 2012 08:03 PM

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It a dissertation on science fiction television and I just randomly selected the episode :)

teacake March 6 2012 09:50 PM

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Counterpoint was a masterpiece. That is all.

You_Will_Fail March 6 2012 10:57 PM

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Counterpoint was well written but Mulgrew's acting was atrocious, hammy, overposed and inauthentic.

JanewayRulz! March 6 2012 11:39 PM

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Quote:

Robert1Williams wrote: (Post 5949550)
It a dissertation on science fiction television and I just randomly selected the episode :)


You picked well.

teacake March 7 2012 12:37 AM

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Quote:

You_Will_Fail wrote: (Post 5950921)
Counterpoint was well written but Mulgrew's acting was atrocious, hammy, overposed and inauthentic.

You are wrong.

Hey! Let's all watch this again:


You_Will_Fail March 7 2012 01:45 AM

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Nope, I'm not. You could see the little acting cogs working behind those eyes. None of her gestures or emotions seemed real, all hands on the hips and considered poses and facial gestures. Probably her fakest acting ever.

teacake March 7 2012 02:07 AM

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:: pats YWF gently ::

The_Baron March 7 2012 10:17 AM

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Quote:

You_Will_Fail wrote: (Post 5952445)
Nope, I'm not. You could see the little acting cogs working behind those eyes. None of her gestures or emotions seemed real, all hands on the hips and considered poses and facial gestures. Probably her fakest acting ever.

Wow. Did she have her eyes shut or something?

Guy Gardener March 7 2012 10:37 AM

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So am i th e only one who imagined this thread might be about Audience action figures?

Fat bastards sinking into their couch with one hand one their remote and the other down their pants.

the figures made by Todd McFarlane would be wonderfully gross, but imagine the basement dwellings composed of used food and boxes of comic books and unwashed clothes...

Audience Action Figures would be Magnificent. :)

teacake March 7 2012 10:41 AM

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http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7185/6...df07071a90.jpg

I'm sure you could build a nice lap of squalor diorama for him.

Guy Gardener March 7 2012 10:57 AM

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Everything already exists.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/phaota2/6170628625/

But you've visited the houses of fans that can afford everything and do keep it display shamelessly in their living room?

(Yes, I've seen trekkies 1 and 2.)

What really amazes me is how this gets less in the way of a healthy sex life than one would expect because of all that "being true to yourself" bullshit.

AuntKate March 8 2012 10:40 PM

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Any viewing figures of "Voyager" have to have an asterisk about the fact that many large markets were unable to see the program because they didn't have a UPN network station.


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