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Old November 30 2009, 05:14 PM   #1681
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^ She was the 2nd officer aboard the U.S.S. Sagittarius in Reap the Whirlwind.
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Old December 1 2009, 04:12 AM   #1682
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Ah, it's been awhile since I read RTW so I don't remember all of the supporting characters.
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Old December 1 2009, 09:35 PM   #1683
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Being at heart a lazy s.o.b,I had visualised Willem Dafoe as Admiral Willem Batiste.I had probably invested the character with Dafoes wolfish charm and really looked forward to "seeing"him spar with Chakotay.Which is why**spoilers ahoy**I was so burned when the character was written out so quickly.

Maybe it's the moustache,but I've always seen "Monk" actor Ted Levine as Ranul Keru.
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Old December 2 2009, 03:42 AM   #1684
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Hmmm, not bad. Although he's alittle older than I've pictured Keru.
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Old December 4 2009, 02:16 PM   #1685
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Keru = Burt Reynolds.

Dr. Ree = Sinclair from the old Dinosours TV series.

Maybe we should recast Riker and Troi. They're getting old.
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Old December 5 2009, 09:46 PM   #1686
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^I read some of David Mack's annotations, and he said that he pictured Tommy Lee Jones as Reyes. Ever since I read it, he's all I can picture
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Old December 5 2009, 10:32 PM   #1687
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Keru = Burt Reynolds.

Maybe we should recast Riker and Troi. They're getting old.
Is Chris Pine too young for Riker? Or what about Brangelina for the pair of them?
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Old December 5 2009, 10:41 PM   #1688
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The ideal choice for a recast Troi would be Laila Rouass from Primeval. She looks uncannily like a younger, more exotic Marina Sirtis.
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Old December 6 2009, 04:39 AM   #1689
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I had a new idea for Capt. Eden, now I'm not sure if this would work so don't be afraid to call me an idiot. My idea is S. Epatha Merkerson from Law & Order
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Old December 6 2009, 05:23 AM   #1690
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^Interesting idea, but isn't Eden supposed to be tall?
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Old December 6 2009, 06:28 AM   #1691
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I don't remember exactly how she was described, that was why I said I wasn't sure about Ms. Merkerson.
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Old December 6 2009, 02:37 PM   #1692
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The ideal choice for a recast Troi would be Laila Rouass from Primeval. She looks uncannily like a younger, more exotic Marina Sirtis.
You mean your ideal choice right?

Yes she may look a bit like a younger Marina Sirtis, but Ms Rouass' heritage is from India/Pakistan region of the planet, not Greek as I believe Ms Sirtis is.

Not that that matters one bit though to be honest.
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Old December 6 2009, 03:57 PM   #1693
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^You're right, it doesn't matter at all. John Cho is Korean, George Takei is Japanese. Zachary Quinto is Italian, Leonard Nimoy is Russian. Zoe Saldana is part-Latina and significantly lighter-skinned than Nichelle Nichols. Chris Pine, Karl Urban, and Simon Pegg all have different eye colors than their predecessors in the roles.

Laila Rouass is actually Indian/Moroccan, while Sirtis is Anglo-Greek. So they're both of half-Mediterranean derivation. And I do think the resemblance is much more than just "a bit." It's as strong a resemblance as Quinto and Nimoy, if you ask me.
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Old December 14 2009, 05:37 AM   #1694
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Jeffrey Pierce as Mackenzie Calhoun
Most famous for playing Charlie Jade.
Cool. I like it. Nice to see at least one other Charlie Jade fan here. And speaking of that series:

Michelle Burgers (Essa Rompkin) as Charvanek, aka the Romulan Commander from "Enterprise Incident"

Danny Keogh (Julius Galt) as Elias Vaughn
(Actually I don't really care who he plays. Just get him into Trek SOMEHOW. This guy was so utterly cool in CJ, we GOTTA get him into Trek...)


he also has the comedic timing
What in the bloody hell was THAT all about?
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Old December 14 2009, 05:53 PM   #1695
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I really like CJ too, but once Sci-Fi started it moving around every couple weeks I ended up losing track of it, so I've never seen past episode 7 or 8.
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