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Watching the reruns
Sun, Sep 29, 2013, 2:37am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S7: Q2

I agree with all the criticism about the potential of Q being just pissed away (my limited human brain can't imagine what an immortal omnipotent being would actually do, since they have probably already done everything) but ... I did like the actor playing the charming little sociopath (Q2), a true chip off the old block (Q), and what a hoot it is to discover that the two are actually father and son! Light frothy fun, so long as you skim along the surface and don't try to think more deeply about it.
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Sat, Sep 28, 2013, 5:23am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S7: Human Error

Well, I enjoyed this one. (Perhaps the result of viewing it thru the lens of nostalgia.) Seven is always an interesting character and, while I can see that the ending can be viewed as a cop out, I agree with those who say that the character's Borg characteristics are what make her so compelling. Making her too 'human' would make her too similar to every other character--it's her very 'Borgness' that makes her intriguing. @Procyon "slice these vegetables transversely in five millimeter increments" indeed!
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Thu, Sep 26, 2013, 3:38am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S7: Workforce

Yeah, a good episode, great to see the characters in another setting, a possible other life, taking 'unwanted vacations from themselves'. This was the premise of the travel agency in Total Recall too. (Wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to take a vacation from oneself because, unfortunately, wherever you go, there YOU are.) Seven of Nine was a riot, too; a perfect alternative character.

Re the vegetarianism: it's a matter of principle and would make no difference that the meat is replicated and not real. For instance, I don't want to eat human flesh and would still find 'replicated' human flesh repugnant, even though it wasn't real.
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