Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Renvar, Sep 22, 2008.
Here you go. You can see that even on a more even plane, Cirroc is quite a bit larger than Aron.
Wesley IS the only option. Unless you count Trip, who was such an annoying loud mouth prick, he acted like an immature asshole.
Even Wesley wasn't THAT bad. A pansified putz, yes, but not THAT bad.
I can see the choices now:
Most annoying Starfleet munchkin
2) The Boy
3) Doctor Crusher's son
4) Star Fleet washout turned energy being
A tribute to Jake Sisko
To me it's 1. Alexander, 2. Molly.
Jake would fit, but I wouldn't vote for him. He's not annoying, he grows up into a remarkable person. And set aside his freakish asparagus proportions, he becomes quite alluring. How many real dreamers are there in Star Trek? His choice of profession calls for respect - he stands out for it in the DS9 universe like the Pierre Bezukhov of War and Peace (the outsider/passive observer who represents the author himself).
One would think that fans, particularly fanfic writers would identify with him.
Oops! I was not the first to praise Jake. Got to the end of the thread before I read it all.
Good thing Lofton filled out. But if you look closer, he's not larger than Eisenberg, he just has more square shoulders and wears a waistcoat.
^ Larger in the vertical dimension.
Jake was a very big lad....
and non-crotch related, this is a really nice picture of him:
Nice indeed, this last pic. You finally looked up!
You left out wuss.
Well maybe if he played a little football he wouldn't have been such a wuss
How much of an asshole was he really? More please.
^ See post #16.... http://www.trekbbs.com/showpost.php?p=2099386&postcount=16
Naomi-shark-jumping little whiner.
My goodness, what a nice smile!
I haven't even SEEN the Voyager episodes in question, but from the plot synopses I've read, and that little convention report, I'll have to go with Icheb.
I never had any problem with the kids on DS9--in general, I think the show just did better with the whole "family life" concept than any of the others. (Though I DID have a problem with Keiko...)
As for Wesley...I didn't like him much at all, but I did think it helped his character a little compared when they had him getting involved in that idiocy with the Kolvoord Starburst and trying to cover it up. After all, high IQ does not always mean good judgment (and even leads to arrogance).
As for Naomi...I'll have to stay neutral on that one.
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