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Old November 18 2013, 02:48 AM   #661
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Re: The Continuity and Serialization of Voyager

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You would think that, but really there were only a handfull of temporal cold war episodes in season one and two that were not the pilot or a season finale/start.
Not unlike the early seasons of The X-Files.

In the first two seasons of that series, 13 episodes had to do with the mytharc (about 26.5%)

On Enterprise, there were 8 episodes in the first two seasons that had to do with the temporal cold war (9 if you count the double length pilot as two episodes, or about 17%).

The only time Voyager ever tried to do something so ambitious was with the Kazon and Seska during season two. Otherwise, there's really no comparison between the two shows in terms of their serialization and treatment of continuity.
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Old November 18 2013, 06:37 AM   #662
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Re: The Continuity and Serialization of Voyager

What if it was the Cerealization. What would the toy in the box be.

Plastic replica of Neelix's lung?

Borg sphere the size of a gumball?

ONE stick from a Kal-toh game (collect all the sticks!)

Toys for free are so crappy these days.
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Old November 18 2013, 07:16 AM   #663
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Re: The Continuity and Serialization of Voyager

The toy surprises inside Crackerjack caramel popcorn snack are really bad now too. In the 50s and 60s, you could get little plastic rings to wear, a compass in case you got lost, maybe a little handheld pinball game... now they're a piece of paper with something printed on it.
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Old November 18 2013, 07:37 AM   #664
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What if it was the Cerealization. What would the toy in the box be.

Plastic replica of Neelix's lung?

Borg sphere the size of a gumball?

ONE stick from a Kal-toh game (collect all the sticks!)

Toys for free are so crappy these days.
Episodes where the baddies tries to eat the crew?

Macrocosm.

Fovourite Son

Coda.

Nothing Human.
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Old November 18 2013, 07:38 AM   #665
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If you collect 14 box tops and send in 29.95 postage and handleing you can get a FREE Flotter doll.
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Old November 18 2013, 07:50 AM   #666
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Flotter T. Water?

Life size?

Adjustable arms for hugging?

Wow...

He was accused of beating a stringer for the Star tabloid during an altercation on September 7 1999. He was charged with one count of misdemeanor battery and one count of committing a hate crime. He agreed to a six-figure settlement with the reporter who accused him of an anti-gay hate crime on January 26th 2000. The altercation between the two men stemmed from remarks that the reporter allegedly made about Langham's girlfriend.
Dark Flotter.
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Old November 18 2013, 07:53 AM   #667
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He sure looks a little gay here.. is Harry looking at his butt? What is Neelix smirking about?

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Old November 18 2013, 07:54 AM   #668
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I thought this was about the reviewer, Jammer.

APPARENTLY NOT
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Old November 18 2013, 07:58 AM   #669
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That's why I kept reading for far too long.
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Old November 18 2013, 08:02 AM   #670
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They got us, they pinned us where it counts!
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Old November 18 2013, 08:02 AM   #671
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You have come to the right place if you are with such opinion can be the best place for you to start your first step with.
You have come to the wrong place.
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Old November 18 2013, 11:28 AM   #672
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There is not serialization.

With rare exceptions, the episodes do not carry on one after the other.

Digific only "proved" that Voyager had more than zero continuity.

And all that really proved is that you shouldn't speak figuratively to anal people.
And most did agree, very early on this in thread that VOY had some continuity?
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Old November 18 2013, 11:53 AM   #673
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That was years ago, years!! Or so it seems.
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Old December 11 2013, 09:16 PM   #674
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Am I the only one who would have liked to have seen Year of Hell turned into a proper mini-arc? Maybe over five or six stories.
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Old December 11 2013, 09:29 PM   #675
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Am I the only one who would have liked to have seen Year of Hell turned into a proper mini-arc? Maybe over five or six stories.
You are not. It would have been amazing to see it unfold more slowly. Plus with a two-parter viewers could be pretty sure the status-quo would return, whereas an arc would have kept us guessing.
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