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Old September 6 2012, 09:16 PM   #16
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A torpedo with a timer, just because it worked against the Borg, it doesn't mean that such an intelligent and dynamic species as the Kazon would be just as dense.
Nah the Kazon would be just as dense, just look at Maj Cullah...
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Old September 6 2012, 09:22 PM   #17
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If only Harry could have thought of the photon torpedo with a timer idea oh in... Caretaker... they would have all gotten home in episode one.
Yeah both Harry and Janeway really slipped up there, you know give the torpedo a nice little timer, enough time to use the Caretaker away to form a rift to take them back to the Alpha Quadrant and hey presto! No array for those Kazan to use, and everyone would be back home!

But then VOY really would be TNG 2 and not just TNG lite...

Perhaps the writers would have been forced to be a bit more imaginative with the story...

Oh well...
Well I consider it more poor writing than anything... I get they wanted to make Janeway look authoritative and be the one to "make the call" and what not. But really they just made her look dumb in that one.. a bit of tweaking to the script could have fixed that easy enough too.
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Old September 6 2012, 10:31 PM   #18
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If only Harry could have thought of the photon torpedo with a timer idea oh in... Caretaker... they would have all gotten home in episode one.
Yeah both Harry and Janeway really slipped up there, you know give the torpedo a nice little timer, enough time to use the Caretaker away to form a rift to take them back to the Alpha Quadrant and hey presto! No array for those Kazan to use, and everyone would be back home!

But then VOY really would be TNG 2 and not just TNG lite...

Perhaps the writers would have been forced to be a bit more imaginative with the story...

Oh well...
Well I consider it more poor writing than anything... I get they wanted to make Janeway look authoritative and be the one to "make the call" and what not. But really they just made her look dumb in that one.. a bit of tweaking to the script could have fixed that easy enough too.
Yea, they should have let her make the attempt to fire up the Array, and it shorted out, or the Kazon started firing and set off a chain reaction or something
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Old September 7 2012, 01:25 AM   #19
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Then she's a loser.

How they wrote the episode showed that Janeway was willing to sacrifice a lot to save the weak and defenceless even if it meant breaking binding and holy rules like the Prime Directive.
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Old September 7 2012, 02:52 AM   #20
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And that's exactly how it should be.

Enough with this pesky photon torpedo question!
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Old September 7 2012, 04:06 AM   #21
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Back to libby.

In non Sequitor, what body was Kim rocking?

Was his mind transferred into that timestreams Harry Kim? Or was this the same old Kim touring new universes?

if "our" Kim was deposited into "another" Kim, then when he woke up in bed with Libby that morning, even though his consciousness wasn't there to frakk her the night before, there's a 40 percent chance that whatever some "native" kim "our" Kim supplantd had rocked Libby's world just hours earlier so that "our" Kim was strangely in a new body, wich is why Harry wasn't starving for an unholesome sexual encounter.

His balls were the regular colour.
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Old September 7 2012, 04:12 AM   #22
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Lately I've been wondering if Anakin used the force on Padme to make her fall in love with him. Waved his hand so she sees him in a trustworthy and well meaning light even as he confesses mass murder. Smooths her doubts so he can pass right through her psychological check points. If this is so then everything changes.

Kim is a young man, surely he can do it twice in one night especially when even though he is physically spent he's emotionally starved for affection and being wanted.
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Old September 7 2012, 04:43 AM   #23
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Back to libby.

In non Sequitor, what body was Kim rocking?

Was his mind transferred into that timestreams Harry Kim? Or was this the same old Kim touring new universes?

if "our" Kim was deposited into "another" Kim, then when he woke up in bed with Libby that morning, even though his consciousness wasn't there to frakk her the night before, there's a 40 percent chance that whatever some "native" kim "our" Kim supplantd had rocked Libby's world just hours earlier so that "our" Kim was strangely in a new body, wich is why Harry wasn't starving for an unholesome sexual encounter.

His balls were the regular colour.
I knew it was an alternate universe. It had to be with Kim maintaining a working relationship with a REAL girl for any period of time.
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Old September 7 2012, 04:56 AM   #24
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Why is everyone always bashing Harry. I would take Harry over Tom ANY day. He's good looking, sweet, not nearly as childish as Tom, just enough needy and doesn't seem interested in cars. Also, he remembers being in his mother's womb. AND he ages very very well.
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before birth, baby and mother can been seen as a single entity.

Kim remembers being a woman?

Which isn't a bad thing.

Just peculiar.
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Old September 7 2012, 07:15 AM   #26
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It will be a big help to him when he's gestating 7 and Janeway's baby.
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Old September 7 2012, 07:31 AM   #27
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They still have that 29th century Borg womb that One grew up in.

I'm not sure why you're obsessed with the idea of using a human surrogate.
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Old September 7 2012, 07:36 AM   #28
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Surrogate wombs are not good for babies. Babies need to have the warmth and possible consciousness woowoo of being connected to a human being. All the surrogate womb babies from the Eugenics era grew up to be psychopaths.

If it didn't have these drawbacks everyone would do it. We would be spared all the medical drama Troi had over her baby with that idiot, the book this took place in would be half the size.
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Old September 7 2012, 08:02 AM   #29
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She's having babies with her monkey?

How come Troi is allowed to sleep with a monkey, but when ever I talk about the obvious heat between Janeway and that Monkey on the basics planet, I'm called disgusting and absurd.

Last time Dee had a baby, glaring down towards what little of the birthing area beyond the deflating horizon of her womb she could see, with that toilet brush plume Pulaski called a hair cut bobbing up and down like the shark fin from jaws, had to be even more disturbing than giving birth to her sons father, who she named after her own father.
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Old September 7 2012, 08:51 AM   #30
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Are you talking about Hogan again? You know you are the only person who ever talks about him. I would rather Janeway slept with Hogan than Troi's monkey.

Star Trek and birth is just revolting. Between the sneezing, mysterious back vaginas, insta-growth babies and having Worf as a midwife maybe we really should move to maturation chamber wombs. Then all we'd have to endure is the EMH proudly pressing buttons.
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