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Old May 21 2012, 09:19 PM   #31
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Re: Did Voyager have bad continuity?

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If there was ever a ST show in which we got to know characters outside of the main cast it was VOY.
What?
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Old May 21 2012, 09:31 PM   #32
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Re: Did Voyager have bad continuity?

Aren't Vulcans considered very low level telepaths?
They can't read minds without mind melding and even then it's not without some difficulty. Betazoids read minds effortlessly but as pointed out, all the Batazoids on Voyager had died. So Janeway's statement is correct if you consider she was asking for telepaths that read minds without anyone knowledge which Vulcans can't.

The excuse for Janeway not remembering Kes' warning about the Krenuim is time had been altered again after "Before & After". Proof is, Seven has to find the torpedo frequency which means Kes never did.
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Old May 21 2012, 09:32 PM   #33
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If there was ever a ST show in which we got to know characters outside of the main cast it was VOY.
What?
My bad I missed a word out "Should've"
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Old May 21 2012, 09:40 PM   #34
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Re: Did Voyager have bad continuity?

Fury split the timeline after the first five episodes.

we didnt' see about 6 years of Voyager.

not to mention that if they can virus shield themselves against the vidians..

Naomi and Harry would have lived.

Naomi?

Maybe, but certainly Harry.
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Old May 21 2012, 11:07 PM   #35
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I always assumed "Fury" happens around the same time or replaced "Deadlock".
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Old May 22 2012, 12:11 AM   #36
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From Fury s06e23
[Corridor - 2371]
KES: Computer, has long has Voyager been in the Delta quadrant?
COMPUTER: Fifty six days, seventeen hours.
So, during their second month lost but after the 5th episode where hey first met the vidians.

However

From The Cloud s01e06.
ANEWAY [OC]: Personal log, Stardate 48546.2. Our journey home is several weeks old now, and I have begun to notice in my crew and in myself, a subtle change as the reality of our situation settles in. Here in the Delta Quadrant, we are virtually the entire family of man. We are more than a crew and I must find a way to be more than a captain to these people, but it's not clear to me exactly how to begin.
Why would Janeway be measuring months in increments of weeks?

The only people that do that are mothers with their babies.

Now this could have something to do with their dog(s)?

Or... Janeway was trying to have children with Mark?

I'd go a step further and say that she was pregnant when Voyager left DS9.

A further step would be to ask if she lost the baby naturally, or terminated the pregnancy because she didn't want to raise a child on Voyager so far from home in front of a crew she didn't feel she could command respect from if she was both a mother and a captain?
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Old May 22 2012, 12:30 AM   #37
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Re: Did Voyager have bad continuity?

It annoys me when people try to wank out absurdly convoluted explanations for continuity errors.
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Old May 22 2012, 02:21 AM   #38
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It annoys me when people try to wank out absurdly convoluted explanations for continuity errors.
Try Yoga or a high colonic.
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Old May 22 2012, 06:12 AM   #39
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It annoys me when people try to wank out absurdly convoluted explanations for continuity errors.
I (and Yoda) object to your use of the word "try".
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Old May 22 2012, 10:59 AM   #40
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Forget about continuity! VOY and its crew were temporally destroyed and altered so many times, by all temporal logic they shouldn't even exist!

Other non-temporal examples of discontinuity are for instance Neelix knowing things about races even though he is travelling in unknown space to him! Go figure! Or how did Voyager replenish its neural gel packs and photon torpedoes? Did they replicate them (but wait neural gel packs can't be replicated...).

Whatever is all I can say...
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