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04-04-15 02:36 AM
Reaper45
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Originally Posted by SwedeMarine View Post
some of us havent gotten that far yet Voyager is the only one i still need to wacth. OH and try and finish DS9
Trust me there's only a handful of voyager episodes worth watching.

Deep space nine IMO is the pinnacle of modern star trek.
04-03-15 05:20 PM
SwedeMarine
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Hey some of us just got around to watching the series.
some of us havent gotten that far yet Voyager is the only one i still need to wacth. OH and try and finish DS9
04-03-15 03:55 PM
Reaper45
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Originally Posted by bitsandkits View Post
FFS Reaper! you know the international law, no Trekkie threads 20 years after the series ended
Hey some of us just got around to watching the series.
04-03-15 09:01 AM
bitsandkits FFS Reaper! you know the international law, no Trekkie threads 20 years after the series ended



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04-03-15 01:08 AM
Reaper45
The nature of the Q continum.

So I'm sure most people here are aware of Q and what star trek writers did to his character throughout voyager.

Q called the Federation and humans out on their arrogance, leading to Picard proving that a human trying to rebuild after the third world war is better than he is.

Is it a stretch to say that Q wouldn't have done the same thing to Janeway? A person who refuses to break her principals if it means getting home?

I'm thinking that maybe the q who wanted to die was never a real q, he was a simulation created by Q as the beginning of a series of tests leading to the events of endgame.

It would explain allot of the things that were done in contrast to the continuum ideas.

Thoughts?

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