Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Janeway's Girl, Jul 31, 2014.
And in every episode after Collective in the Holonursery being raised by a holonanny offcamera.
But they were LIZARDS!
Or salamanders... whatever ...
The Borg baby is a mystery. Some say he self-destructed...
If Chak had kept his baby, I guess he would have been raised along with Naomi Wildman, they'd be like brother and sister with Neelix as Godfather... He would talk to him about the guiding tree and all that, "Monsters! Monsters from the ID!!!" er... that's a quote from Forbidden Planet...
There's those Indians that decided to live in Cardassian territory, TNG, remember? They could take care of the baby and at the same time, it might serve as an intermediary between them and the Cardassian, assuming that those Indians weren't wiped out when the Dominion took over...
The Dominion killed all Maquis, maybe they included those Indians in the process, they are known to be rather wholesale in their bestowing of death...
The actress who played Seska was so good I wish they didn't just go full villain on her. Let her back onto the ship in the brig and use her for some secret missions or something. Or maybe Janeway could just make her first officer out of the blue.
I thought I remembered Chak's sister being on earth in the books, having relocated there. This might all be a dream however.
After her brother is discovered to be a terrorist, you would think that she would have been kicked off Earth?
Because of Security issues that you have to be squeaky clean to be privileged to be allowed on the homeworld in any permanence.
It looks incredibly boring. I was shocked at how sterile and disney display New Orleans looked in DS9.
There's some current of thought that her name is actually Greskrendtregk. That moniker was bandied about, briefly, in Dreadnought.
But that's a lovely name.
If she had been born a boy. For her sake, I'm glad she was a girl.
Did Baby Wildman the corpse, have a different name?
Calling them both Naomi is a little sick.
Unless they were both named Naomi before they were born.
But either the baby was named after the corpse which is ghoulish, or the corpse adopted the babies name after the baby was named which is lazy.
This all reminded me of a recurring sketch on The Electric Company, called "Love of Chair".
Announcer: Will the boy stand up again? Will the chair break? Will you break the chair? And...what about Naomi?
I find this path interesting. With a few tweaks, I can envision such dithering readily leading to trauma and crisis owing to an unanticipated adverse development overtaking the hatchling. Then, voila... the Doc has to work his way through existential dread as Latent Image Redux!! unfolds before us.
Incubating babies for years would be an ineffective way to make drones so I assume this poor baby was being used for something else. I'm going to guess the super growth rate of babies compared to adults had something to do with it, baby was probably being milked for the benefit of other drones. It's amazing it looked sorta okay in sickbay.
Maturation chamber = Maturing box.
How long is a cycle?
17 cycles, regardless of age they are placed in the chamber?
I wonder how old 7 was when she was removed from the chamber, do we know? How long was she an active drone?
SEVEN: Yes. We are lovers. You're going to be a grandmother.
SEVEN: The Doctor suggested I should develop my sense of humor.
TOS, Voyager, ENT had Nazi episodes, TNG and DS9 did not.
I think there's more than a simple coincidence there.
Q was in a US Uniform circa WWII in the pilot.
Separate names with a comma.