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Old December 11 2013, 11:01 PM   #676
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Re: The Continuity and Serialization of Voyager

As I recall from reading it on this forum which means nothing as to its truth Year of Hell was originally conceived to be an entire season.

That would have been so so excellent.
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Old December 12 2013, 01:52 AM   #677
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As I recall from reading it on this forum which means nothing as to its truth Year of Hell was originally conceived to be an entire season.

That would have been so so excellent.
It would indeed. I'm a little unsure of the idea mooted that Tuvok would become an amputee as well as blind, though.
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Old December 12 2013, 01:56 AM   #678
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Brannon pitched it, and was shot down immediately by the network who assumed continuity meant that any one whop missed an episode would give up and no new viewers would join in because there was too much to catch up on.

The usual sit y'know?
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Old December 12 2013, 06:10 AM   #679
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Re: The Continuity and Serialization of Voyager

Mister Spock wrote: View Post
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As I recall from reading it on this forum which means nothing as to its truth Year of Hell was originally conceived to be an entire season.

That would have been so so excellent.
It would indeed. I'm a little unsure of the idea mooted that Tuvok would become an amputee as well as blind, though.
Spock had his brain removed and put back in his skull with no side-effects. I'm sure they'd find some alien doctor who could easily fix Tuvok's sight as soon as they could.

Of course, even if they waited a long time and had the explanation make total sense, the audience would still say it was a reset button.
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Old December 12 2013, 06:09 PM   #680
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Of course, even if they waited a long time and had the explanation make total sense, the audience would still say it was a reset button.
Doubt it. But, let's just admit that neither of us has a crystal ball and move on from making hypothetical pronouncements about the audience.
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Old December 13 2013, 02:59 AM   #681
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Random continuity question: How many episodes between that Demon planet episode and the episode where the Demon planet copy Voyager is destroyed actually took place on the real Voyager?
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Old December 13 2013, 04:36 AM   #682
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Episode 423, though to Episode 517.

Work it out yourself you lazy bugger.
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Old December 13 2013, 10:54 AM   #683
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A nice touch in Course: Oblivion is that the Paris duplicate still carries the rank of Lieutenant, having not experienced the events of Thirty Days.
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