Re: Best female Star Trek Cast?
I loved Martha Hackett's work with Star Trek after first seeing her in a DS9 episode, so was pleased to see her in what might be a semi-regular job on Voyager. I wasn't too thrilled with the Cardassian turn and Kazon affiliation, but I liked Seska the character. She still could have been an untrustworthy Maquis who later dies either redeeming herself (ala Lon Suder), or having to be killed by a score-settling Chakotay for being such a bad-ass evil bitch.
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