OMG! B&B have gone MAD!!! BORG!!!

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  1. Frontier

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    http://www.trektoday.com/news/200203_03.shtml

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    MY GOD!

    They've gone TOTALLY INSANE!!!

    We'll Eat them for BREAKFAST for THIS!

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    OMG! Just read the synopsis! They're saying it's wreckage from the Borg Sphere in FIRST CONTACT! :lol:
     
  2. notwendium

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    actually, in STFC, there WAS febris from the sphere, this IS that remains of the ship that got blasted by the big E trying to shoot up Cochrane
     
  3. Kpnuts

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    Great. Just great :rolleyes:
     
  4. I am not Spock

    I am not Spock Commodore Commodore

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    I have just three words:

    1)OH :rolleyes:
    2)MY :mad: :mad:
    3)GOD :evil:

    or alternatively

    1)KILL
    2)BERMAN
    3)NOW!!!

    Take your pick.

    I seriously can't believe what I'm seeing. Surely, even they couldn't...
     
  5. Frontier

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    I know, I just think its comical. I don't know why. Sort of stupid irony, A La Braga. He figures, "Hey wait, didn't I blow up one of them over Earth about 100 years before ENT?..." and plans a WHOLE STORY AROUND IT.

    Idiot. Braga is an Idiot. A total and utter Idiot.

    If THIS isn't the NAIL in ENT's coffin... I mean, my god, I like ENT, I'm critical of it's errors, and the lack of chemistry at times, but I like it, and this is just... :rolleyes:

    People will RIOT at this news. I mean it's 6:33 AM on the east coast USA, 3:33 West Coast -- the entire USA is still asleep. Imagine when we wake up! :lol:

    :borg:
     
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  6. Frontier

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    Even die-hard ENT fans don't like this idea...
     
  7. I am not Spock

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    This means WAR! B&B will pay for this
     
  8. CptJoe

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    I dont like the idea of bringing the borg into Enterprise but the Story sounds pretty cool

    I'll wait til i see it before I pass judgement
     
  9. Frontier

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    :evil:

    FINALLY. Even ENT fans are going to be calling for blood for this one. B&B are GONE the second it's confirmed, as we'll start picketing the damn studio.
     
  10. Kpnuts

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    I wouldn't call myself 'die-hard' but...

    I don't think ANYONE will like this news
     
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    I've actually been reserved in my opinion of B&B. People bash them for their mistakes and I just swallow it down and grimace but this has gone too far.

    So now the Enterprise crew is going to encounter Borg technology. Why not bring in Q! Or even the Mirror Universe!

    B&B need to stop rehashing story lines and cross-references everything.

    Roddenberry would be spinning in his grave if he knew what they were up to.
     
  12. Destructor

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    I was intially furious, but apon reading the description, I actually think there's a chance for Braga to repair the damage done in 'Dark Frontier'- to give an explanation to how the Hansen's knew about the Borg. It will also deepen the 'First Contact' story arc.

    They may screw it up royally, but handled correctly, it could be a monumental cross-series/movie puzzle peice.

    d
     
  13. Frontier

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    Actually, *Looks up* He is spinning, in a sense.

    A few years back, they launched his remains (ashes) into orbit. Objects in motion and all... plus orbit... so really, he is spinning. :lol:
     
  14. Cid Highwind

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    1) OH
    2) MY
    3) GOD ;)

    ...All hands, brace for impact!
     
  15. CptJoe

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    For gods sake leave them alone

    It is a perfectly logical plot, all it does was screw with a small amount of continuity...no need to be hounding them because of this one episode

    Probably in a few months you'll see this and say its a good episode which i think it will be (it bloody sounds it)
     
  16. Kpnuts

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    Maybe. We can only hope.
     
  17. Guest

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    A figure of speech that turned literal! :lol: sweet, sweet irony
     
  18. I am not Spock

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    :borg: :borg: :borg: :borg:

    ARRRRRRGGGH! Not the Borg! Anything but the Borg!

    Berman and Braga need to go...NOW!

    :borg: :borg: :borg: :borg:

    Those bloody Borg!
     
  19. CptJoe

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    Correct me if I am wrong...but this isnt rehashing a storyline...this is a completely original story line just featuring some Borg :borg:
     
  20. Frontier

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    Uhm, Dude...

    El'Aurian Refugee's? 2294? Generations? Enterprise-B?

    THAT is how they knew of the Borg. They learned from first hand victims of a species called the Borg, who kidnapped members of other races, where very powerful, et cetera. Between 2295 and the 2350's -- when the Hansen's left -- they had ample time to gather more tactical data, and keep it classified to the highest levels of Starfleet and Starfleet Xenobiology. The only reason in 2364 the Borg became a "threat" was the first known encounter between a Fed ship and them, in which they tried to destroy us. This took them from "Curious hostiles who need to be researched" to "ENEMIES"

    ;)
     
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