Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by The Rock, Oct 10, 2020.
I'm sixteen but I got a fake ID I made in fifth period Print Shop.
Get us some beer. We'll share. You can trust us.
You're totally immune to physical attractiveness?
Okay, so how much dough have we got between us? Enough for a couple of tallboys, pack of Luckys and the December Penthouse?
I was 14 during the Reagan administration. I'm just immature.
SO THE HELL WHAT??????
We're human beings.
Scroll on if it upsets you.
I mean, do you think the actors themselves don't care what they look like? 50% of their entire career is based on how they look.
You have a source for that statistic?
That someone cares about their appearance for professional (or any) reasons isn't a license for you to rate and rank them on the way they look. I mean, folks can do it as long as people around them put up with it, but they can't come up with plausible excuses that make it anything other than unpleasantly immature.*
*Am I including myself out and saying I don't do it sometimes? No, I am not.
You were 14 for eight years?! That is a pretty decent trick.
I've looked 45 since I was 30.
Gasp! People having sexual interests? Apalling!
Hell, I have sexual Chubb Group-funded public studies.
Marta Dubois, who played the fictional character of Ardra, probably had a normal body temperature somewhere between 97.7°F/36.5°C and 99.5 °F/–37.5 °C.
Sadly, she no longer has a temperature due to her dying from a brain aneurysm in 2018.
Everything has a temperature of something.
For a TV actress she was averagely attractive, meaning for an average human she was quite attractive.
I don't know if she was evil so much as 'Lawful neutral'. I don't think she has good in her, but she was clearly nonviolent and uninterested in killing.
She was Q levels of "evil." Or Harry Mudd.
No, no, no! A thousand times NO! When you have a villain, keep them a villain instead of this redemption nonsense. This type of thinking is how we get something like Hugh, a Borg to be sympathized with.
Hugh as a one-off I was ok with.
The Borg being overused and having their mystique eliminated, however: boo.
Also, I'm not a big Q fan, but he seemed to soften too.
They had to make so many episodes a season, they just couldn't help going back to the well.[/spoiler][/spoiler]
She was Panamanian-American? Cool.
As I think about it, didn't think she did that great, didn't think there was the chemeistry like Vash or Famke had with Picard. But good try! Picard didn't get enough love opportunities , even Patrick wanted more action..
and Rip, sorry to hear that.
Ardra wasn't a "good villain." As others have pointed out, she was a con artist ala Harry Mudd. I think there was a little talk at the time about her recurring in that regard.
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