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Old May 9 2014, 02:35 AM   #16
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Re: Idea: Mirror universe dominion is pacifistic?

It took a real life Vic Fontaine to make you find the MU implausible?

The MU was meant to be campy tongue in cheek fun. Vic Fontaine is just an extension of that. But I don't get how you could believe that the exact same people with the exact same genes could somehow be born in two completely different universes almost without fail, but you couldn't believe that a hologram in one universe could be a real person in another.

Who knows, maybe MU Vic Fontaine was the real Vic Fontaine who fell through a time portal.

I think Enterprise got MU right when they realized it was Game of Thrones in space. It must have been written by the Enterprise writers from the other universe. Because it follows that in the mirror universe, the writers of Enterprise have a perfect understanding of what makes Star Trek entertaining.

Hmm...Game of Thrones in space. Syfy channel, get on it.
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Old May 9 2014, 04:01 AM   #17
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Re: Idea: Mirror universe dominion is pacifistic?

JirinPanthosa wrote: View Post
The MU was meant to be campy tongue in cheek fun. Vic Fontaine is just an extension of that.
And look at the way he acted, running around with dual Buck Rogers-style pistols. I bet James Darren had a shitload of fun doing that scene.
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