Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Khan Harrison, Jul 8, 2013.
We also wouldn't have gotten "Timeless" if Kim had been dropped.
It's cool. I know you didn't literally mean I had so many ex-husbands.
Yeah, I know they had to let someone go. All I was saying is I am surprised they would have gotten rid of Harry. He wasn't hurting anything. He was just like that bumbling guy who wasn't good with the ladies. I liked his friendship with Tom Paris.
I'm glad he didn't go.
Again, not saying his arc was riveting or anything. It wasn't. But how the heck was that Wang's fault? If a character doesn't have good lines...that is the fault of the writers. I majored in English Lit and am an active writer. A character isn't stale unless you make him stale. Not saying a lot isn't determined by acting ability. It is. But, first comes good writing. THEN comes good acting based on the writing. Just my opinion.
Homeplate was upside down for Harry. He was never going to be happy with an outside in woman. Lets just hope he kept waiting for a weird alien and didn't try to stage a transporter accident.
The actor was late. A lot. They wanted to replace him with someone who owned an alarm clock.
And that is my favorite episode and I had never thought of this and now I have something else to throw at the Kes lamenters (you know I still like you Lynx).
I don't even think Harry is dull, I liked Favorite Son, the Libby stuff, I thought the buddy friendship with Paris was often fun..
And you know that buddy friendship could have been a lot more fun if it had all the angst and sexual repression that Miles and Julian had but it didn't. It was awfully wholesome. In the recent relaunch books Tom and Harry have a huge falling out/ angst and repression of feelings drama that drags on forever and typical of the books is neither fun or interesting. I guess bad fanfic plots work better on the screen.
What is an outside in woman?
I think Endgame proved that anyone could have featured in Timeless.
It's the opposite of an inside out woman.
Are you good, or should I finish this?
Yeah, but it's more fun watching Harry have a nervous breakdown than anyone else.
This can't end well.
I loved the Tom/Harry buddy friendship on screen, although Miles/Julian did do it better and more gradually. They were so attached towards the end there. I haven't read Homecoming and a few of the subsequent books yet. I do everything backwards. I started with Full Circle instead because I was in a hardcore J/C phase (still am J/C, I was just more hardcore at the time).
I plan to definitely go back, download or buy all the books, and start from Homecoming and read the entire thing.
Doctor Wycoft would have tossed his ass in the isolation ward and burnt down the hospital.
Dr. Wycoft is still reeling from Benny Russel's right-cross.
If he can survive marriage to someone as dynamic as B'Elanna, then he's more of a man than I am.
So you don't think Harry would want me?
You're not an alien, you're not dead and reborn into an alien...you're not a hologram...you're not out to kill him...so probably not? You're also not a liberated Borg who is too domineering for him.
I can be domineering if he wants..
I am also from the past! That must count for something!
Tom never let him be Captain Proton.
Do you think when Tom wasn't looking that Harry and Vorik played Captain Proton?
Of course then Vorik gets piqued that he's never allowed to play Captain Proton, so he plays Captain Proton behind Harry's back for Carey but...
Would you let Harry play Captain Proton?
As I recall, their marriage ended. Half-Klingon engineers and Cardassian legates apparently don't mesh well.
You would dominate him... so maybe he would.
AND YOU ARE FROM THE PAST. That would make for complications.
So maybe he would go for you.
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