Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by JanewayRulz!, May 30, 2013.
Janeway's not the best or the worst.
No! Hyperbole or DIE!
I know what the word means and how to pronounce it, but sometimes don't you pronounce it in the wrong way (in your head) by accident that it sounds like a futuresport with a wickedly excessive mortality rate?
Sounds like a TV ad you'd see in Robocop.
I saw some actress pronounce it Guy's futuresport way in an interview once. It was very funny. Almost as good as the time I heard some guy on tv say pay-shee-oh instead of patio.
TONIGHT! ON HYPER BOLE!!
I'd buy that for a dollar.
You're doing it wrong, you have to offer a gazillion million dollars and the toes of your first born.
Seriously, I look at the toes of my first born and I think his mother has been lying to me for 18 years.
I had a friend that actually happened to, cuckolded. The weird thing was the kids looked just like him. It was all a horrible mess.
That's not half as weird as when your mother who raised you introduces your to your mother who gave birth to you who you had always thought was your sister.
That's happened to like 4 people I know.
I am definitely not saying Janeway>Picard or anything, but you do have a point....
If Q really wanted Picard he would have thrown him across the galaxy as the first part of his grand seduction plan.
And left him there.
WHY does Star Trek never give me what I want?!
Brave new worlds, pfft.
You can say that again
[randomfanboyrant] Actually, I think it would have been more interesting if Q was the reason Voyager got stranded in the Delta Quadrant, instead of the Caretaker. Would have jibed more with Q "preparing" humanity for the Borg threat, as hinted in Q Who!
Imagine Janeway in pursuit of the Masquis, almost obsessively to rescue the undercover Tuvok. Q shows up at an inopportune time, Janeway and the Masquis bot offend Q, so he "teaches" them a lesson, and strand them in the Delta Quadrant, like he did with the Enterprise. That would have made Q's subsequent appearances a little more interesting and make more sense as he is "checking in" on Janeway, too, IMHO. [/randomfanboyrant]
He'd be just as much of an asshole if he put them there and refused to bring them home as he is now having refused to bring them home.
Q see's all time simultaneously with perfect clarity. Leave them where they are Janeway destroys the Borg. He doesn't sound like much of an asshole to me?
Does he care about the Borg because if they assimilate the galaxy there will be no one left to play with?
The galaxy? Fuck. That's so provincial. Q is OMNIVERSAL!
I think Q could have snapped his fingers and eliminated the Borg. He could have snapped them a second time to bring Voyager home. Silly Q~
But then it would be over! All the lovely games with those particular toys.
From Q's perspective it's already over, and then he's the damn Scarecrow again.
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