Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by QuarkforNagus, Jun 28, 2013.
She (?) survived, we just didn't get to see the handoff.
IIRC, in a 2000 grand slam con in Burbank, Braga laughed about TPTB (himself et al) "forgetting to mention" what happened to the baby.
Since abortion is obviously murder, it seems that Paris and Torres would be looked upon with disdain if they chose that despicable route.
And yet Tuvix..
Wait, has that been discussed?
FLAMES TOO HIGH!!!!
The borg need to simmer.
You may have put your finger on something there. I bet leola root was the saltpeter of the Delta Quadrant. No wonder Neelix was so keen to put it in everything.
This explains why there were no children on Voyager. Leola root makes men impotent.
So where was all the woman on woman action then, hmm??
We never saw ANY of that so your theory is fail.
Did we see what happened to the Borg baby????
Are you blaming the Borg baby's inclusion in the fried green leola root stew on the epidemic of male impotence aboard our fine vessel?
I'm suggesting that even though a tree falls in the forest when there's no one around, that it DOES make a sound.
Not seeing the Borg baby get handed off to an adoptive family on a planet of her race, doesn't mean it didn't happen.
Sometimes this insistence on Star Trek "Canon"... i.e. that if we didn't SEE it on the TV show, it didn't happen, is just a little silly.
Unlike on Firefly, did we ever see anyone use a toilet in Star Trek ???
Well Zephram Cochrane did announce he had to take a leak..
Yeah, but that was in the woods and it was just an excuse to run.
No toilet in sight yet again!
Interesting question, but you need to look at the past not the future for the answer. I live in Texas, less than 150 years ago people were coming here, raising families and trying to build a life with lots of Comanches all around, killing people and taking their children captive. Was it irresponsible and did they socialize their children correctly? You will probably get some argument right now LOL, but I blame that all on our idiot Governor and his gerrymandered legislature.
But that same statement can be made about any place in North or South America and you only have to change the name of the Indian tribe. Actually through out human history, traveling to a new place and making homes and families in hostile environments is the norm not the exception for at least the Human Race.
HAHA Teacake, I like your new avatar!
Yikes! Abort the flaming we're going to have to start handing out warnings.
Yes there were!
Why can't you use the toilet in Spacedock?
^^ Makes those "5 year missions" seem just that much longer!
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