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Skrankler
Fri, Sep 22, 2017, 5:17pm (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S2: The 37's

@Quincy

'The 37's weren't necessarily awoken at the same time. The rebellion might have begun when the handful we saw were still in stasis. The rebel descendants didn't even know they were alive. It's a good bet the rebels' didn't either....It makes sense that primitive humans wouldn't know any better.'

They went and kidnapped these people to be slaves, why would they leave them in stasis? For them to have a rebellion, I would assume it would have been quite awhile after they were brought there, not like the next day.

And I wouldn't consider people from the 1930's to be 'primitive humans' lol. And like I said, if they did think they were dead, why not bury them instead of leaving them in glass tubes?

The whole episode is silly so arguing about this stuff is pointless anyway.
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Skrankler
Mon, Sep 18, 2017, 12:10pm (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S2: The 37's

Lots of problems with this episode, which other people already talked about. What I don't get is why were they in stasis at all? They were brought here as slaves, then just left in stasis by the Briori? And during the slave revolt the slaves wouldn't have released them? Forced the Briori to wake them up or something? And if they thought they were dead why not take them out and bury them back when the revolt happened? Why would they have just left these people in glass tubes forever?

Anyway. 1 1/2 stars.
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