Guy Gardener wrote:
Sealed boxes arrive at the store from the factory. The toys inside the box are not evenly distributed, they're proportionately distributed. Rares, middles, and commons, meaning that for every 10 kes, there will be 5 Janeways and one Seven of Nine in any one box of Star Trek Toys. If the shop wants 10 Seven of Nines, they have to buy 100 kes dolls.
Actually, Kes and Janeway were relative shortpacks in the first VOY wave. That's why my "Flashback Janeway" exclusive won the NewForce competition, because lots of people wanted Janeway and, being a captain, she was very hard to find.
By the time all the Sevens came along, the waves were a mixture of all ST series - and more evenly packed.
Worf was brought over to DS9 to get the TNG fanbase to keep watching Star Trek after TNG went off the air.
Yep, but only if it didn't prevent him from doing TNG movies and the makeup time could be reduced.
And as long as they didn't make him wear that silver catsuit and stilettos.