Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by King Daniel Beyond, Jul 20, 2019.
This show must take place very close in time to Endgame.
It's something like 20 years after Data died in NEMESIS.
I'm saying like the future part of Endgame.
Well, since Admiral Janeway reset the timeline, the future part of "Endgame" probably never happened that way.
Perhaps Janeways reset finally got rid of those awful uniforms of the future that kept showing up.
Well, seen that Harry Kim's performer, Garrett Wang, seems to have been black-listed or in any case, definitely put on the sidelines, I doubt that a reprise of his HK's role be offered to him again in any future... .
Seems too that Jeri Ryan aka Seven of Nine won't be a regular but only appears the time of the 1st episode.
Oh please, don't tell me that they are going to continue with the NuTrek crap.
It's not the NuTrek, it's the normal timeline. It becomes NuTrek only when they travel back in time, which one would think would have given the Romulans plenty of time to move to another planet before the supernova event. In NuTrek by the time the supernova strikes the (former) Romulan planet (Romulus?) would have been long deserted and its destruction would have caused no victims.
They're continuing the prime universe stuff from that movie. Basically followup from Old Spock's mind meld scene.
/Fingers crossed for a Roxanne Dawson/B'Elanna appearance.
I stand corrected.
But I wish that they never came up with that stupid scenario at all. Anyway, I just hope that there won't be too much 2010's doom-and-gloom in this series now when we finally are back in the 24th century again.
However, if the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtlehead fraud Klingons from Discovery show up, then I'm out of here.
It would be amusing if Michael Burnham dropped by in her Red Angel suit for one episode.
Exactly. My handy cheat sheet:
Prime timeline: Romulus is toast in the 24th century. Vulcan is still around.
Kelvin timeline: Vulcan is toast in the 23rd century. Romulus is still around . . . for now.
It would be funny if they give her the Discovery half-breed Klingon look.
And....that's a bad thing?
Just having Ryan reprise Seven onscreen is a surprising gift
Fingers crossed for a directing gig
Jeri said in her twitter that she is not in just one episode.
That suit has the power to go anywhere, anywhen, to seemingly observe all of space and time at the pilot's leisure. I suspect it's gonna crop up again (likely getting Georgiou back to the 23rd century for the Section 31 show after Disco S3)
Remember it's all under their new Star Trek Universe umbrella. It's going to be interconnected like 90's Trek or modern Marvel.
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