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Old January 6 2013, 09:54 PM   #16
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Re: Course: Oblivion

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Voyager slaps continuity in the face and rapes it... End of story... By all rights Voyager shouldn't even exist given how the series showed more than a dozen temporal alterations...
Another hater,go away
The true sign of our undying love for VOY is a willingness to accept it in its whole, numerous flaws and all

C:O always struck me, from first time I saw it, as one of the most truly tragic and moving stories of VOY. Perhaps in Trek canon.

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No, you're right. Going from wanting to get home to wanting someone to know what they did to just wanting someone to know they existed...and not even getting that. (well, other than whatever races they encountered.)
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No, you're right. Going from wanting to get home to wanting someone to know what they did to just wanting someone to know they existed...and not even getting that. (well, other than whatever races they encountered.)
That's why this episode is so depressing. This duplicate crew of the duplicate Voyager are not only decay to grey goo, no one will remember them and that is really depressing.
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