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Old March 30 2013, 02:43 AM   #117
Pavonis
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Re: When did voyager go wrong?

Anwar wrote: View Post
It was more to do with VOY having a more unpleaseable audience than TNG.
Why do you blame the audience?

As far as they knew, they were going to destroy the Universe and had to be dealt with. And they'd likely try and destroy VOY in future encounters.
Well, I guess "saving the Universe" is sufficient motivation, but I have a problem with imperiling the Universe (are you sure it was the entire Universe and not just our galaxy) and then saving it with little more effort than reprogramming some Borg nano probes. The scales of the problem and the resolution don't match.

No, they had fine aliens (The Vidiians, the Krenim, the Hirogen, the 8472). It's just that the audience weren't in an accepting mood and also the premise meant they couldn't have recurring aliens.
Returning to the question - why blame the audience?
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