Reading the post about Mack / Lesbian Relationship / Vanguard, I was thinking how Vanguard seemed to get it right with a diverse crew but with Titan is was so “IN YOUR FACE" When Titan kicked off, it seemed to be touted as it was the most diverse (or close to it ) crew in Starfleet. It was as if the Titan series was diverse for the sake of being diverse instead of for story telling. That is where that series had rubbed me raw. First it was the dino doc, then the 2 foot blue dude, then waterworld gal, the gay guy, the gal who needs the wheelchair cuz of low gravity, now the AI character…UGGH. I get it, you want to be diverse. Guess when I read Vanguard and the Vulcan was Lesbian, I thought, “Nice twist, this is getting interesting”, instead of “Great, a Vulcan Lesbian, just waiting now for the Andorian Blind dude, a Midget Tellarite, and some pillbug to make to the Vanguard complement complete.” I always thought it would be problematic as the touch screen/computer panels would always have to be re-configured for each species……are the chairs all chairs to fit bi-pedal humans, or does Dino Doc and the 2 ft tall blue guy have “select seating” on various parts of the ship. Are the environmental suits to represent each type of alien on each level of the ship. Those are really just nickpicks I suppose, but again, the annoying thing was Titan was IDIC to be IDIC and not for storytelling purposes. Almost think of like on a US aircraft carrier, the commanding officer has his clipboard…. Kentucky rednecks……check West Virginia hillbillies…..check Utah Mormans….checkAll we need now is some Alaskan Eskimos and we got one helluva diverse crew here!!!! Just wondering if anyone thought the Titan series was “diverse to be diverse” and suffered on the storytelling. And by the way, no offense to those from Kentucky or those who are redneck and so on.