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Old March 9 2014, 09:05 PM   #16
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Re: Behind the Scenes of DS9

My impression of the moods on the respective sets of each Trek series, gleaned from entirely second-hand sources, is that the TNG set was a family atmosphere, the DS9 set a subdued professional atmosphere, and the VOY set one of almost outright hostility.
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Old March 9 2014, 09:59 PM   #17
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Re: Behind the Scenes of DS9

Beltran made it sound like the Voyager cast loathed one another. I can't imagine DS9 could be worse, given the great chemistry they had on screen.

Edit: And I recognize part of this may stem from the fact that Beltran is more wooden than Pinocchio and probably felt sorry for himse, what with being the crappiest actor on set.
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Old March 10 2014, 06:02 PM   #18
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Drusilla wrote: View Post
Beltran made it sound like the Voyager cast loathed one another.
It wasn't only Beltran who painted that picture.
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Old March 14 2014, 03:28 PM   #19
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Re: Behind the Scenes of DS9

Regarding the mood on the set...starting at 14:50

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Old March 14 2014, 05:48 PM   #20
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Yeah that always seemed like an unfair characterization of the DS9 set to me. Just because the TNG set was so supremely silly, and people were constantly joking and clowning around, doesn't mean everyone else was doing something wrong. It's likely the DS9 cast simply took their jobs a bit more seriously, is all.

And it's not like there isn't plenty of behind the scenes footage of the DS9 cast (Brooks included) laughing and joking around with each other as well.
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Old March 14 2014, 06:37 PM   #21
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To summarize--Dorn: they were serious; Auberjonois: we made him work (and he made us wait).

Great clip, dub. Thanks.
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Old March 14 2014, 07:27 PM   #22
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I believe Dorn had the same issue in the TNG days as well. In many of the cast interviews they talk about he would frequently mess up his lines, often citing the Klingon teeth as the culprit.
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