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Old November 24 2012, 08:09 PM   #16
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Re: Stories you would have told in season seven

The forgotten Borg baby has wormed its way through the environmental tubes all the way down to Deck 15, where it has assimilated Mortimer Harren and has been building a new vincula out of spare parts and bits from crashed shuttlecraft. The resulting feedback loop generated when Voyager goes through the transwarp conduit causes a rift in the space time continuum, meaning one Voyager ends up in the Alpha Quadrant, while the other is thrown back to Season 1, and given the opportunity to erase all sorts of unfortunate events, people, and speeches (and yes, Teacake, the "Angry Warrior" speech would be alternate history). Harry Kim remains an Ensign for another 7 years.
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Old November 24 2012, 10:38 PM   #17
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"The Trial of Kathryn Janeway"!
teacake hates trial episodes. Maybe she'd like that one though.
I was just going to reply, "but I hate trial episodes" LOLOL

Maybe if Janeway was in prison garb throughout I might choke it down, but only if the prosecutor was someone like Nechayev and worth looking at.

The rest of them though, they can be shipped off to the NZ penal colony for some R and R.
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Old November 24 2012, 10:48 PM   #18
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This is why I hate Harry Potter, every time he breaks the school rules, Dimblenuts turns the world upside down and gives his house special extra imaginary points for "inventiveness" when he really should be expelled for being a four eyed menace. After the first year when that that happened, harry should have woke up with his face submerged in the toilet... After the second year bones deserved to be broken.

Janeway will win any trial because she is the sort of hard arse that says "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!" and then it turns out that they can't, because her villains were all milksop bullshit wimp losers.
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Old November 24 2012, 11:19 PM   #19
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Re: Stories you would have told in season seven

A decent Kes come-back story, like "Coming Home" which I wrote back then.

It can be found on the Kes website at:http://lynx677.byethost12.com/ under the link "Kes Stories"
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Old November 24 2012, 11:22 PM   #20
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Janeway will win any trial
I completely agree.

Though really I'm happy for her to be shipped off to the penal colony and I would love a whole season of Janeway in prison though maybe not doing outside work like we saw with Paris because she gets a bit too lyrical about that kind of thing and it's dull.

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Old November 25 2012, 03:01 AM   #21
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During the last season of Voyager, my strongest memory was thinking about how many missed opportunities they had. I think a lot of people felt the same way, so this thread is your opportunity to rewrite the events leading up to the ending.

1. Full circle ending just like TNG and DS9. Voyager finds the home of the Caretaker species and there is a massive battle between the 'sporocystian' lifeforms and the borg, which results in them sending Voyager home, and the caretakers going to war with the Borg to protect the galaxy just as the original Caretaker protected the Ocampa.

2. Borg origin story. Voyager abused the hell out of time travel, having like four episodes per season, and it never occurred to them to go back in time to the Borg homeworld, right before they became the Borg? They could have massive ethical debates about the 'Temporal prime directive' when they could save trillions of lives but completely rewrite the timeline of the entire galaxy in the process.

3. A couple episodes after getting home. Why did they not get to Earth until the final scene? They had a brilliant opportunity to show them trying to re-assimilate, to see them have to deal with the Maquis division they hadn't thought about in years. The Maquis would obviously all be pardoned, but accepted into Starfleet at their Voyager field rank? And would they want to stay in Starfleet or go back to try to rebuild their colonies that had been destroyed by the dominion? And what happens when Janeway meets Mark again? So many missed opportunities.

Basically I would have had them get home a with five or six episodes left, then in the last episode, some ship on the edge of Federation space meets a caretaker and Janeway gets called in due to her experience with them.

How would you have ended the show differently?
With #2 suggestion I like the idea of 7 of 9 arc coming "full circle", with her facing down the Borg. Janeway has a reputation of willingness to sacrifice herself for the mission. I think it would be interesting for Seven to face that choice to sacrifice herself in such a way to have the Borg never coming into existence; thus she would never be, as we know her. Also, a great character moment for Janeway, as she could do nothing but stand and watch it. Fleshed out I think it has potential.

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Voyager comes across the skeletal remains of the Robinson family, aboard the rusting hulk of the Jupiter 2. An audio file is recovered of a single male voice crying "Oh, the pain! The pain!" The Robot is repaired, and Seven marries him, becoming Seven of B-9.


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Frankly, I'm glad Voyager didn't do a full circle ending.
After TNG & DS9 did it, having Voyager do it would have been too predictable IMO. I kinda like the ending gave us the unexpected.

I would have given "Endgame" 5 more minutes and have Janeway giving her first Adm. log by telling what happened to the crew after Voyager got home. As she was narrating it we'd see those events with the characters take place.

While I think 7th season might have been too late for the story, I've always wanted a ep. where we saw what Neelix' life was like on Rinax. We never got to see exactly all he lost. I think we'd learn to feel sorry for him if we knew what life was like for him before he lost it all.

I would have(if the actress was available) built up a romance for Chakotay with the blonde woman from the Equinox. Through her we could of been filled in on the rest of them without having to bring those actors back. It would have developed Chakotay's character and been a more satisfactory ending for him than hooking him up with Seven.

I would have done one more Kes story. Her getting back to Ocampa and find out hey had become slaves to the Kazon It also would have been a great way to revisit Seska's child and he be the new Maj. His Cardassian cruelty is what kept the Kazon in power by using the Ocampa as forced labor. I'd have Kes teach the Ocampa to us their mental abilities and wage war on their slave masters. I would have the ep. end with Kes' death but her legacy would live on in Ocampian culture.

I would have the Vadwaar return and turned them into desperate terrorist. I would have done a story were they mirrored the Maquis but unlike the Maquis being freedom fighters, they be more like Cardassians. Terrorizing civilizations for their survival.

I would have done a Harry/Tuvok story where Tuvok takes Harry under his wing allowing Harry to finally mature and earn the rank of Lt.
I do like the whole first log entry as an Admiral. Anything was better than 'we'll send you a report Admiral' ending they pieced together. Unless they were going to make a film-which they were not.

I recall friends who were not regular Trek watchers, responded with - That's it! .
Really needed more time on earth, as was mentioned and a commonly criticize for.
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Old November 25 2012, 03:50 AM   #22
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Re: Stories you would have told in season seven

More scenes with Tom Paris in command
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Old November 25 2012, 04:57 AM   #23
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Really needed more time on earth, as was mentioned and a commonly criticize for.
I know everyone wants that but it sounds kind of dull. Other than watching 7 try and fit in and maybe some touching Naomi scenes what else is there do?

B'Elanna meets the inlaws, awkward moments ensue.

Janeway does 1000 hours of paperwork.

Harry and Libby embrace and then Harry goes home to his parents.

Chakotay is debriefed out the wazoo because he was Maquis.

Those homey stories on starships where you show them as real people outside of a crisis have their place but a season of them would be a huge let down.
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Old November 25 2012, 05:07 AM   #24
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An alien race revive Stadi who has been dead in a frozen tube in sickbay for 6 years. She and Tal Celes take over Harry and Tom's positions as they have both died at the end of Season 6 in a holodeck accident (the record of which is sealed by Janeway to spare their families humiliation).
Who's Stadi?

Chakotay dies in his sleep from brain chiggers in the third episode. In keeping with her tradition of taking the enemy and turning them into her first officer Janeway pulls the blonde Equinox woman off conduit scrubbing duty and installs her as her Number One. It is STRONGLY suggested that blonde Equinox woman and Tal Celes are having an affair.
I ran across a fantastic fanfic about Marla. Unfortunately, I can't remember where, and I'd like to read it again (yes, I forgot to bookmark it).

Janeway steals a piece of holoemitter from the ship and permanently installs Michael Sullivan in her quarters. He deactivates if anyone else enters and also if she has a headache.
Now THIS is a GREAT idea!

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A world without an angry warrior speech.. yes, YES.
I would have loved a scene where he trots out an "angry warrior" speech or a "legend of my people" speech and Janeway (and whatever crew might be nearby) to all yell, "Chakotay, we are SICK of your stupid speeches. SHUT THE FUCK UP!!!"

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The forgotten Borg baby has wormed its way through the environmental tubes all the way down to Deck 15, where it has assimilated Mortimer Harren and has been building a new vincula out of spare parts and bits from crashed shuttlecraft. The resulting feedback loop generated when Voyager goes through the transwarp conduit causes a rift in the space time continuum, meaning one Voyager ends up in the Alpha Quadrant, while the other is thrown back to Season 1, and given the opportunity to erase all sorts of unfortunate events, people, and speeches (and yes, Teacake, the "Angry Warrior" speech would be alternate history). Harry Kim remains an Ensign for another 7 years.
I read about the Borg baby (ran across your new fanfic )... is the rest of this Chapter 3?

I giggled all the way through it!
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Old November 25 2012, 05:13 AM   #25
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An alien race revive Stadi who has been dead in a frozen tube in sickbay for 6 years. She and Tal Celes take over Harry and Tom's positions as they have both died at the end of Season 6 in a holodeck accident (the record of which is sealed by Janeway to spare their families humiliation).
Who's Stadi?
A beautiful woman..

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Old November 25 2012, 05:17 AM   #26
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Mark and his new wife are waiting for Kathryn at the docking umbilical to spacedock.

Kathy walks straight up to the wife and sends three of her front teeth flying across the room from decking the woman with one of her Irish ham hock like fists "IF YOU'RE GOING TO MARRY SOMEONE OVER MY DEAD BODY, YOU'D BETTER MAKE DAMN SURE I STAY DEAD YOU DEADBEAT HOMEWRECKER!!!"

Pivots.

Grabs Mark by the ass, dips the SOB and makes the hell out of him like the way home had been hidden behind his tonsils these last seven years...

Drops him.

Couldn't care less.

Walks off in search of fresh fields.

Maybe a new dog?
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Old November 25 2012, 05:19 AM   #28
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An alien race revive Stadi who has been dead in a frozen tube in sickbay for 6 years. She and Tal Celes take over Harry and Tom's positions as they have both died at the end of Season 6 in a holodeck accident (the record of which is sealed by Janeway to spare their families humiliation).
Who's Stadi?
A beautiful woman..
A ridiculously beautiful woman.
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Old November 25 2012, 05:51 AM   #29
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Mark and his new wife are waiting for Kathryn at the docking umbilical to spacedock.

Kathy walks straight up to the wife and sends three of her front teeth flying across the room from decking the woman with one of her Irish ham hock like fists "IF YOU'RE GOING TO MARRY SOMEONE OVER MY DEAD BODY, YOU'D BETTER MAKE DAMN SURE I STAY DEAD YOU DEADBEAT HOMEWRECKER!!!"

Pivots.

Grabs Mark by the ass, dips the SOB and makes the hell out of him like the way home had been hidden behind his tonsils these last seven years...

Drops him.

Couldn't care less.

Walks off in search of fresh fields.

Maybe a new dog?
Walks off, tossing her Michael Sullivan hologram chip in one hand and whistles. Makes a mental note to have holoemitters installed in her new quarters ASAP.

And a new dog (although Molly should still be alive, or maybe Kathryn could have one of the great-grandpuppies?).
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In the future all dogs live to be 30 so Mark is in for a custody battle.
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