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Old May 14 2013, 07:24 PM   #376
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Re: When did voyager go wrong?

Voyager went wrong when scene where Tuvok killed Neelix ended up being a hologram and not for real in episode Meld :P
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Old May 14 2013, 07:39 PM   #377
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I remember when it went wrong now.

"It was a Tuesday....."
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Old May 14 2013, 10:28 PM   #378
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Re: When did voyager go wrong?

In the pilot, the entire crew was raped by Caretaker.

Literally sexually raped to make babies.

The problem is that no one got therapy after that, which is why they're all broken inside.
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Old May 16 2013, 12:02 PM   #379
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Re: When did voyager go wrong?

^^^Literally speaking, it was only Torres and Kim who were engaged in reproductive activities with the Caretaker.

Functionally Torres was just a woman of color, so that was (sadly)appropriate to the character as treated in most drama today. But this may explain why Kim is so detested?
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Old May 16 2013, 12:31 PM   #380
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We saw everyone in stirrups.

The machinery of the array prepped everyone for a jolly good raping.

Are you suggesting that Caretaker decided that after kicking the tires and checking their teeth, that he gauged that everyone but Kim and Torress was unrapable?

Not a credential most of us want a lamented certificate for.

Obviously he shagged all 142 of of them, and only twice sperm came out rather than a puff of dust.
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Old May 16 2013, 12:38 PM   #381
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^^^Literally speaking, it was only Torres and Kim who were engaged in reproductive activities with the Caretaker.

Functionally Torres was just a woman of color, so that was (sadly)appropriate to the character as treated in most drama today. But this may explain why Kim is so detested?
Maybe there were no Asians on the Equinox?

6 months earlier he stuck his sporositian winkle into that ships allotted crew as well.

"Humans! Humans again?! I'm sick of raping Humans!!"

Which is possibly why only Kim and Torres got the business end of his cumstick, since he'd already made his way Bacchanalianly through a mostly human crew to no fruitful results.

You have to wonder why Equinox's Doctor didn't find a cure for spacespunk and give it to the Ocampa? Or did Ransom never make it that far and unwittingly left crew to die on Ocampa?

What a jerk.
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Old May 16 2013, 01:23 PM   #382
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Re: When did voyager go wrong?

No one was in stirrups. They were suspended. Needles were inserted into their abdomens though.

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Old May 16 2013, 01:58 PM   #383
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But it was everyone?

Oh god.

I get it now.

It's like with a firing squad where half to ninety percent of the shooters have their rifles loaded with blanks, but no bugger knows who is a murderer and who is is playing with blanks, even though one of them must have killed the traitor.

Peace of mind.

So 142 crew are tied into these artificial insemination machines, and Caretaker pushes the button 142 times. Twice he raped some random nobody, and 140 times nothing happened.

Peace of mind.
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Old May 16 2013, 08:23 PM   #384
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So 142 crew are tied into these artificial insemination machines, and Caretaker pushes the button 142 times. Twice he raped some random nobody, and 140 times nothing happened.

Peace of mind.
Until you get a STD that has giant green wart things growing on you.
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Old May 16 2013, 09:09 PM   #385
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I assumed the rape machine production line cleaning would have been automated?

"Oh, no, I do understand, but I have no choice. There just is not enough time left."

Good lord!

Caretaker worked out that he could cycle through more aliens, and maybe make a baby, if he redacted the janitor droids and turned off the automatic steam scrubbers inbetween mass rapes.

That's insidious.

Which is only a little worse than one of us using the same condom for a month.
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Old May 16 2013, 10:02 PM   #386
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You'd think a being so advanced and powerful he can pull people from all around the galaxy would be able to clone himself. Though I guess he'd miss out on raping Harry, Torres and who knows how many other.
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Old May 16 2013, 11:58 PM   #387
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You ever hear the (sitcom) joke "After civilization falls, we're going to have to rebuild, to make lots of babies, but we're going to be safe about it, we're going to need a lot of condoms."

I also remember some sitcom where the fellah forgot that he had had a vasectomy after months of trying to get his wife pregnant... It might have been the John Laroquette Show, which was of course about the continuing story of a recovering alcoholic who had lost decades to black out drinking... "OH! That was a Vasectomy? Hell! I thought that was when I got my tonsils out. Look, I'm really quite enjoying myself, can we tell my wife about this next month?"

Caretaker was so addled from dementia that "he" couldn't remember if "he" was a man or a woman which is why "he" hedged "his" bets by shagging a boy and a woman during the course of Caretaker. Seriously the old coot rogered Kim, psychically assessed if forty-watt was preggers, then penetrated the Klingon with his indistinguishablehood just in case "he" had been a man after all to stick a bun in her perfectly shaped oven.
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Old May 17 2013, 05:43 AM   #388
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You'd think a being so advanced and powerful he can pull people from all around the galaxy would be able to clone himself. Though I guess he'd miss out on raping Harry, Torres and who knows how many other.
Being reminded that this guy was an intergalactic Rapist makes me think that the story would've been better if he was just an outright villain more than anything else.
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Old May 17 2013, 05:45 AM   #389
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Being reminded that this guy was an intergalactic Rapist makes me think that the story would've been better if he was just an outright villain more than anything else.
Well he did play the banjo.
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Old May 17 2013, 05:47 AM   #390
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You'd think a being so advanced and powerful he can pull people from all around the galaxy would be able to clone himself.
I don't think he was all powerful. Death still came for his ass.
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