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Photon October 30 2012 12:45 AM

Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Rrrrright Kathy. Somebody's been hittin the Bloodwine more than the coffee.
http://splitsider.com/2012/10/talkin...y-fan-fiction/:rommie:

Dream October 30 2012 12:52 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
She is obviously a DS9 hater. 20 years of fans saying DS9 was better than VOY had to piss her off. :p

Tosk October 30 2012 03:56 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Ahh, she's just being playful...her criteria for what constitutes a "real captain" is pretty dicey. Apparently your show has to go for seven years and you have to have been lost in space. (Which Picard wasn't. Someone should let her know. ;) )

Photon October 30 2012 11:31 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
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Dream wrote: (Post 7174645)
She is obviously a DS9 hater. 20 years of fans saying DS9 was better than VOY had to piss her off. :p

7 years of listening to Chakotay babble will do that to anyone.

Sindatur October 30 2012 04:59 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
So, can anyone tell me where to gt these alternate versions of VOY and TNG where they are lost in space?

My TNG set only has, like one episode, where Picard is thrown out of known Space by Q, and brought right back, and then of course, there's Q taking Picard to the Continuum for Trials.

My VOY set, while they are in unknown Space, decades from home, they know exactly where home is, and how far away it is from the very beginning

Are these alternate "Lost in Space" versions superior to the versions televised in California?

SJSharksfan39 October 30 2012 06:01 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
I got to the questions based on the subject of the thread, it sounded like the interviewer didn't know what she was talking about either. Not going to criticize Kate Mulgrew for being egged on. Besides, I like Kate Mulgrew and think she looks great with the Eye Patch. ;)

CommanderRaytas October 30 2012 06:23 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Everyone looks great with an eye-patch! :p

R. Star October 30 2012 06:57 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Janeway is as bitter and murky as her coffee.

toughlittleship October 30 2012 08:11 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
At least Avery Brooks got out of Hollywood before he stooped to something like this...

John Mason October 30 2012 08:19 PM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Great actor, especially in "Far beyond the stars" :cool:

Spock/Uhura Fan October 31 2012 01:43 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
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tomalak301 wrote: (Post 7177018)
I got to the questions based on the subject of the thread, it sounded like the interviewer didn't know what she was talking about either. Not going to criticize Kate Mulgrew for being egged on. Besides, I like Kate Mulgrew and think she looks great with the Eye Patch. ;)

No. The interviewer wasn't "egging her on," just asking about a comment Ms. Mulgrew already made previously. You can't egg someone on to make a comment they've already made.

Quote:

kate mulgrew interview wrote:
Journalist: Mr. Shatner, not necessarily.
Well, there are only two captains who were lost in space who did seven years, okay? Deep Space Nine was a space station. Shatner only did three seasons. [Scott] Bakula was cancelled after four.


Journalist: Avery Brooks was only a commander.

That's what I'm saying, it was a space station. He wasn't in space, lost in space. Patrick Stewart and I – Picard and Janeway – were the only two intrepid, lost-in-space captains. I really think that's true, right?


Journalist: I agree.
Who here agrees?
[Everyone raises their hands, intimidated].

In addition to everything else people have brought up, including the fact that Sisko was a captain, what does the length of the series (or commanding location) have to do with being a "real" captain?? I'm sure Ms. Mulgrew is a very intelligent person, but my moron-meter hit a little a spike at the above.

Dream October 31 2012 01:48 AM

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Quote:

John Mason wrote: (Post 7177441)
Great actor, especially in "Far beyond the stars" :cool:

IT'S REAL! IT'S REEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL!

:lol:

R. Star October 31 2012 02:14 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Quote:

Dream wrote: (Post 7179865)
Quote:

John Mason wrote: (Post 7177441)
Great actor, especially in "Far beyond the stars" :cool:

IT'S REAL! IT'S REEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL!

:lol:

You asked for it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lHgbbM9pu4

Photon October 31 2012 11:38 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Quote:

Dream wrote: (Post 7179865)
Quote:

John Mason wrote: (Post 7177441)
Great actor, especially in "Far beyond the stars" :cool:

IT'S REAL! IT'S REEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL!

:lol:


"Its like I walked through a door and locked it behind me"

"I can live with it, I CAN live with it...........computer...erase"

chrinFinity November 1 2012 11:23 AM

Re: Sooooo, Sisko never got to be a captain
 
Quote:

Dream wrote: (Post 7179865)
IT'S REAL! IT'S REEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL!
:lol:

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