History YMMV / StarTrekNewFrontier

16th Oct '17 10:50:54 AM Gosicrystal
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* ActorAllusion: Morgan Primus, who is apparently "Number One" from the original Star Trek pilot (played by Majel Barrett). A RunningGag has her constantly compared to ''every'' character Majel Barrett played. And she eventually ends up inside the computer (Barrett also provided the computer voice in modern Trek).

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Morgan Primus, who is apparently "Number One" from the original Star Trek pilot (played by Majel Barrett). A RunningGag has her constantly compared to ''every'' character Majel Barrett played. And she eventually ends up inside the computer (Barrett also provided the computer voice in modern Trek).



** Creator/PeterDavid. That is all.

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** Creator/PeterDavid. That is all.%%** Creator/PeterDavid.
13th Oct '17 9:23:57 AM Allronix
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** Hir/xie already existed as potential genderless pronouns in English before the series was written, used by and for people [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment who do not fit traditional gender binary]]. They're just not seen often seen outside of maybe Website{{Tumblr}}

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** Hir/xie already existed as potential genderless pronouns in English before the series was written, used by and for people [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment who do not fit traditional gender binary]]. They're just not seen often seen outside of maybe Website{{Tumblr}}Website/{{Tumblr}}



* SpiritualLicencee: If ''Series/TheOrville'' isn't channeling Film/GalaxyQuest, it's channeling this.

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* SpiritualLicencee: SpiritualAdaptation: If ''Series/TheOrville'' isn't channeling Film/GalaxyQuest, ''Film/GalaxyQuest,'' it's channeling this. Similar mix of humor and drama, similar MoodWhiplash, similar classic Franchise/StarTrek feel, similar MindScrew concepts.
13th Oct '17 9:21:04 AM Allronix
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** Pretty sure that hir/xie and already existed as potential genderless pronouns in English before the series was written.

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** Pretty sure that hir/xie and ** Hir/xie already existed as potential genderless pronouns in English before the series was written. written, used by and for people [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment who do not fit traditional gender binary]]. They're just not seen often seen outside of maybe Website{{Tumblr}}


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* SpiritualLicencee: If ''Series/TheOrville'' isn't channeling Film/GalaxyQuest, it's channeling this.
2nd Aug '17 7:05:27 AM StFan
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** In ''Stone and Anvil'', Picard is asked if he runs Starfleet Academy. He responds he wouldn't want to run a [[Film/{{X-Men}} school of gifted youngsters]].

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** In ''Stone and Anvil'', Picard is asked if he runs Starfleet Academy. He responds he wouldn't want to run a [[Film/{{X-Men}} [[Film/XMenFilmSeries school of gifted youngsters]].
8th Apr '17 7:44:44 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CrazyAwesome: Pretty much what the series thrives on. It combines a Marvel comic book mixture of sci-fi, mythology, fantasy, and Pulp action with a WorldOfSnark GenreSavvy sillinness before merging it with ContinuityPorn ''Star Trek'' fun. It is awesome as well as crazy, not just CrazyAwesome.

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* CrazyAwesome: Pretty much what the series thrives on. It combines a Marvel comic book mixture of sci-fi, mythology, fantasy, and Pulp action with a WorldOfSnark GenreSavvy sillinness before merging it with ContinuityPorn ''Star Trek'' fun. It is awesome as well as crazy, not just CrazyAwesome.
26th Oct '16 9:18:07 PM PaulA
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** PeterDavid. That is all.

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** PeterDavid.Creator/PeterDavid. That is all.
21st Feb '16 6:34:35 AM Doc_Loki
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** In-Universe, the Hermats devised their own pronouns for use with other species, which may account for them not using previously existing ones. Also, Hermats emphatically do '''''not''''' regard themselves as genderless, but instead as having both genders. Burgoyne's reaction to Hermats being compared to the (literally) genderless J'Naii strongly implies that Hermats regard being considered genderless as an insult.
7th Jan '16 10:06:26 PM CharlesPhipps
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* ActorAllusion: Morgan Primus, who is apparently "Number One" from the original Star Trek pilot (played by Majel Barrett). A RunningGag has her constantly compared to ''every'' character Majel Barrett played. And she eventually ends up inside the computer (Barrett also provided the computer voice in modern Trek).
** In ''Stone and Anvil'', Picard is asked if he runs Starfleet Academy. He responds he wouldn't want to run a [[Film/{{X-Men}} school of gifted youngsters]].
7th Jan '16 9:59:05 PM CharlesPhipps
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* CrazyAwesome: Pretty much what the series thrives on. It combines a Marvel comic book mixture of sci-fi, mythology, fantasy, and Pulp action with a WorldOfSnark GenreSavvy sillinness before merging it with ContinuityPorn ''Star Trek'' fun. It is awesome as well as crazy, not just CrazyAwesome.
22nd Aug '14 9:41:16 PM AceofSpades
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** Pretty sure that hir/xie and already existed as potential genderless pronouns in English before the series was written.
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