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Old 03-02-2008, 02:41 AM
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I liked Harry he was kewl.
Much like myself...His acting need impovement though.
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:58 AM
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I think all of the characters worked out quite well, I can't imagine the series without one of them...Neelix is cool too, I wouldn't think of him as 'annoying' like most people.
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I didn't find Neelix to be annoying either.

I think they all functioned well.
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Old 03-10-2008, 10:04 PM
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What about that other Vulcan on board. The one that tried to mate with B'Lona
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What about that other Vulcan on board. The one that tried to mate with B'Lona
Vorik? even for a vulcan he was anoying

I could have done without Kes, she was always so sweet and innocent, juch
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Old 03-11-2008, 04:48 AM
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I think all of the characters worked out quite well, I can't imagine the series without one of them...Neelix is cool too, I wouldn't think of him as 'annoying' like most people.

I think as you do.
I liked ALL the characters...Tom was...stupid alot...but he was always true to that character. All the additions I liked and none of them truely bored me.
I was intrested in all of them.

I see Tom more annolying and Neelx.
They both had issues.
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Old 03-13-2008, 12:07 AM
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I read something the other day about bringing seven onto the show and the producers were thinking of getting rid of 1 character and that character was to be harry,some poll was out saying that kim was more popular than kes ,so they decide that kes to was leave.so i guess i would like the show to go without harry.
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Old 03-13-2008, 12:15 AM
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Tom Paris, for me. I did like the guy, thought the actor was good, but they just never really gave him much of a story and he didn't seem to grow that much, other than being not so 'chip on his shoulder' sort at the beginning. Chakotey was the same way sort of and he was the first officer! It seemed like they were always trying to make him the voice of reason, but I never bought it and everytime he'd pull out his Indian religious artifacts, it just didn't work for me, which is sad cause there is unmined territory there, one of the few instances in Trek where we see any sort of Earth-based religious belief out of a starfleet officer. I liked both characters and both actors, but they just never developed them in a way where they seemed to click for me.

Seven was a good character, I liked how the doctor and Janeway sort of were her mentors, I liked the triangle there, in some strange way, they were like her parents. In the words of Saquist, she also got my 'warp drive engaged' but she wasn't just there for sex appeal, she grew, she went somewhere and I can't say the same for Chakotey or Paris, they had potential, but just never clicked.
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I liked that over the course of the seasons they had Seven evolve into a humen female again. Dhe gradually lost the rest of her implants and became more human.
I also liked the fact that they explored the aftermath of being a borg and assimelating al those people. That brought the treu humanity in her back i think
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