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Old May 17 2014, 05:33 AM   #181
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Re: Does Voyager end up in its original universe?

Another aside. Still engaged with "The Movies" game and watching Voyager's Season 7.

Most watched episode so far seems to be "Body and Soul", which fits a style of classical farce with mistaken identity, impersonation, confused lovers, and outright comedy.

Jeri Ryan gets a chance to really stretch doing an impression throughout of Robert Picardo's Doctor. I still have high praise for Robert Duncan McNeill's directing of this episode, primarily for the performances he gets from all the actors. This is one of the few comedies in Star Trek's long history that works for me.
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Old May 17 2014, 07:55 AM   #182
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Picardo would do each scene for her first, while Jeri watched, and then they would turn the cameras on.

All friendlylike collaboratively.
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Old May 17 2014, 08:33 AM   #183
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I agree, and Picardo even made videotapes of how he would do the scene for her. But I also think that collaboration was something enhanced by one of their own cast members directing. Anyway, that's the one I seem to be watching the most.
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