Temis the Vorta wrote:
Sideways, but only because I find it hard to forgive her for contributing to the (further) decline of VOY. It would have been far better for them to have kept Kes, booted Kim, and made their new borg character a male. Then they wouldn't have been tempted to go the idiotic Barbie of Borg route and could have taken the character seriously.
Add her suprerior acting skills
a good actress. That multiple-personality episode where she was channelling Klingons et al proves that. I think I'll go nominate her in my give this actor a good show
I agree. I think her acting ability has sort of become an urban legend around Trekdom. She got blamed for a lot and it was just another piece of kindling added to the fire.
But frankly, I don't think she's just a "good" actress, I think she's a great one. Heck, I'd even argue that's she's one of the best (as far as main cast members) two or three actors in all of Trek.