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Old September 9 2012, 04:30 AM   #16
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Canonically, Janeway's sister was only mentioned in passing, and not by name, in "Coda." But "Coda," written by Jeri Taylor, draws heavily on the Janeway backstory from Taylor's novel Mosaic, which is where her sister was introduced and named.
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Old September 9 2012, 01:54 PM   #17
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Canonically, Janeway's sister was only mentioned in passing, and not by name, in "Coda." But "Coda," written by Jeri Taylor, draws heavily on the Janeway backstory from Taylor's novel Mosaic, which is where her sister was introduced and named.
She was also mentioned in one line in "Sacred Ground".

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Old September 9 2012, 02:00 PM   #18
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^Or TNG: "Conundrum," sort of. The other characters don't remember MacDuff, since they don't remember anything, but he's just suddenly there as if he's always been. So it's another case where we know the character's out of place but the cast doesn't.
I remember when that episode first aired, I was royally confused. Who was this MacDuff character? I kept thinking back to previous episodes trying to figure out if I had seen him before. It didn't dawn on me until about halfway through the episode that he might be key in what was going on.
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Old September 11 2012, 12:29 AM   #19
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Thanks for offering your opinions. I went ahead and downloaded the books. The first two were quite good, but as alot of posters said, the 3rd is a little hard to get through.
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Old September 12 2012, 01:10 AM   #20
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But speaking of sister's, just where did Chakotay's sister come from. I remember she just sort of popped up out of nowhere during he Spirit Walk books.
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But speaking of sister's, just where did Chakotay's sister come from. I remember she just sort of popped up out of nowhere during he Spirit Walk books.
Chakotay's sister was mentioned in passing in the 7th-season episode "Author, Author."
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