Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by NightJim, Feb 26, 2013.
You mean on APRIL 1st?!!!!!!!!
Now I hate EVERYBODY!!
Is that when it was? I guess next year, you'll do Janeway/Neelix.
There's a long a fine and upstanding fanfic community devoted to Janeway/Neelix.
The man who brings her coffee..
Probably brings her breakfast in bed too.
"Excuse me, Captain. Care for some... 'Leola root?'"
OH yes.. I bet he does. I bet he has a cute little tray he personalized.
What the... oh god... What are you people suggesting?
Obviously you don't understand the relationship between Janeway and Neelix. It isn't that of equals or friends. It's the relationship between owner and pet. Ooh good Neelix, you brought coffee to your master. Good boy, now torment the crew for my amusement today!
Ethan has said a couple times that Neelix would never tell Janeway that he loves her completely... Although, the kitchenrat did accidentally let it slip to Q.
Which makes it canon.
It's pretty obvious. Though he is kind of wired that way, that pandering devoted love to a greater person.
Yeoman vs. Kirk.
But when did this massive bout of romantic love begin?
During or after Kes?
Death Wish was almost a full season before Fair Trade.
How long did Kes (figuratively) live with the man listening to his dirty thoughts about Janeway?
I think Neelix is in love with the whole Voyager experience. Really it's like he's joined a cult, plucked from his grubby lonely life and whisked away by Starfleet wonderfulness.
The series title Voyager could almost apply to Neelix himself.
Yes. Let's make the entire show about Neelix's journey.
From interplanetary junk dealer to Imperious Leader of a remote mining colony.
Not to mention his adventures of jealous stalking, kitchen tyranny, annoying crew members and forcing himself into every situation. That'll be a hit!
Reality tv series.
WHY oh why didn't we get this for one Voy ep. Faux reality shaky cam of a day in the life of Neelix on VOY.
It would have worked for his closed-circuit "Morning with Neelix" broadcasts or whatever they were. Except no big mystery to unravel. Just his usual barging onto the bridge in the middle of some crisis and making an ass of himself while endangering the ship. Neelix as the Dr. Smith of Voyager.
Next up... "Distant Origin". Some people think it was the best episode of season 3 ever. What will NightJim think? Stay tuned to find out!
IMO Distant Origin is..
Spoiler: Distant Origen somewhat spoilery opinion
one big embarrassingly roddenberryish yawn
Fred Flintstone ####ed his garbage disposal.
It all makes perfect sense.
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