History Series / StarTrekVoyager

10th Jul '16 2:49:47 AM Idran
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** The entire plotlines introduced in the episodes ''"Death Wish"'' and ''"The Q and the Grey"'' directly contradict the ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]'' episode ''"True Q"''. The Continuum had already been established as being willing to execute members who did not want to live within their rules. It was also demonstrated in that same episode that the Q could procreate and produce Q offspring. Thus the whole questions of inescapable immortality and what to do if Q start dying had in fact been answered in the earlier series. Both mortality and the production of new generations of Q were already shown to be possible. Further reinforced in the last season of ''Voyager'' when the Continuum demonstrates again that they can make Q Junior human (or an amoeba) if they see fit.

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** %%** The entire plotlines introduced in the episodes ''"Death Wish"'' and ''"The Q and the Grey"'' directly contradict the ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]'' episode ''"True Q"''. The Continuum had already been established as being willing to execute members who did not want to live within their rules. It was also demonstrated in that same episode that the Q could procreate and produce Q offspring. Thus the whole questions of inescapable immortality and what to do if Q start dying had in fact been answered in the earlier series. Both mortality and the production of new generations of Q were already shown to be possible. Further reinforced in the last season of ''Voyager'' when the Continuum demonstrates again that they can make Q Junior human (or an amoeba) if they see fit. <- Not Canon Discontinuity, it was specifically addressed in the episode that Q society supports capital punishment after deliberation amongst the entire Continuum has judged it warranted. These are examples of mortality being _forced_ on a person as a punishment for extreme crimes, Quinn's situation was about _desiring_ mortality _against_ the wishes of the Continuum.
9th Jul '16 10:24:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* DeadlyEnvironmentPrison: One episode has Kim and Paris being sent to an alien prison. The only access to it is a chute from which new prisoners and supplies are delivered. After some effort, Kim manages to climb the chute, only to find that the prison is actually free-floating in deep space. After that, all they can do is survive until ''Voyager'' finally manages to locate them.
7th Jul '16 3:47:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* RealMenTakeItBlack: Captain Janeway's DrinkOrder: "Coffee. Black." It's good stuff. [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun She beat the Borg with it]].
1st Jul '16 6:44:15 PM Ghidra15
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* DeathWorld:

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* DeathWorld: [[DeathWorld Death Quadrant]]: The Delta Quadrant.
29th May '16 2:11:26 PM Temmere
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** The scarcity of water is a plot point in the pilot, making it seem important, but it never comes up again.
** Tuvok wears the rank insignia of a Lieutenant Commander while he is still a Lieutenant. He later gets promoted. (This one is particularly weird, given that the ranks were already clearly laid out on ''The Next Generation''.)
26th May '16 8:04:09 PM viking1911
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*** WordOfGod says that the borg baby was returned to her people, it just wasn't shown.
15th May '16 8:02:37 PM viking1911
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* PuttingOnTheReich: A quite literal example. In "The Killing Game," Hirogens take over voyager and use their holodecks for simulated hunts one of which is set during WWII. The Hirogens don NAZI uniforms and attempt to hunt down Voyager crew members who are brainwashed to be LaResistance.
5th May '16 2:50:07 PM Nentuaby
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* ArtisticLicenseTraditionalChristianity: In "Fair Haven," one of the villagers tells the Doctor (who's playing a priest) that he's "broken the Fifth Commandment again." The Doctor brushes him off, telling him to "just recite ten Our Father's and you'll be fine." "Our Father" is a Catholic prayer, the Doctor's costume is that of a Catholic priest, the setting is Ireland (which is predominately Catholic), and right after, the villager does the Catholic Sign of the Cross. However, the Fifth Commandment in the Catholic Church is "Thou Shalt Not Kill."

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* ArtisticLicenseTraditionalChristianity: In "Fair Haven," one of the villagers tells the Doctor (who's playing a priest) that he's "broken the Fifth Commandment again." The Doctor brushes him off, telling him to "just recite ten Our Father's and you'll be fine." "Our Father" is a Catholic prayer, the Doctor's costume is that of a Catholic priest, the setting is Ireland (which is predominately Catholic), and right after, the villager does the Catholic Sign of the Cross. However, the writers were either thinking of the relatively innocuous ''Protestant'' Fifth Commandment in Commandment, "Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother," or telling a seriously dark joke. The Catholic bible divides its chapters into slightly different verses, with the result that the Catholic Church Church's fifth commandment is "Thou ''"Thou Shalt Not Kill.""''
5th May '16 1:03:18 PM morenohijazo
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* DominantSpeciesGenes: Half-Klingon B'Elanna is disappointed when her and Tom's baby is shown in utero to look as Klingon as her, despite being three-fourths Human. The EMH states this trope to her.
3rd May '16 8:57:08 PM jjnonken
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* LockAndLoadMontage: A brief one for Janeway in "Macrocosm". Accompanied by a touch of Fanservice when she first strips down to her tank top.
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