History YMMV / StarTrekVoyager

6th Nov '16 12:03:56 AM SallyShears
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** In the Season 2 episode "Maneuvers," the Kazon torture Chakotay by punching and beating him, and are frustrated when he refuses to talk. Come Season 5's "The Fight," we learn that [[TheBoxingEpisode getting punched is Chakotay's favorite hobby]]. No wonder he was laughing at Culla during that interrogation.
30th Oct '16 12:33:40 AM SallyShears
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*** As if B'Elanna's life wasn't sad enough, the universe seems to personally have it in for her: she is killed in two alternate futures ("Before and After" and "Fury"), and her duplicate is the first to die in "Course Oblivion."
15th Oct '16 8:09:35 PM nombretomado
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*** Jennifer Lien (Kes), in light of recent events, has become this to anyone familiar with mental illness and/or drug addictions. And of course because she's a minor celebrity, her embarrassment was reposted all over the Internet. Luckily, some "Star Trek" fan groups on FaceBook [[PetTheDog instated a new rule that anyone posting links to the news articles about the incident would be banned from the group.]]

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*** Jennifer Lien (Kes), in light of recent events, has become this to anyone familiar with mental illness and/or drug addictions. And of course because she's a minor celebrity, her embarrassment was reposted all over the Internet. Luckily, some "Star Trek" fan groups on FaceBook Website/{{Facebook}} [[PetTheDog instated a new rule that anyone posting links to the news articles about the incident would be banned from the group.]]
28th Sep '16 3:12:11 AM SpideyTerry
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** In "Worst Case Scenario" (written by Kenneth Biller), Torres bothers Paris about injecting some romance into the holo-novel. When Biller became executive producer and showrunner in Season 7, Paris and Torres moved past the occasional ShipTease and got married.
23rd Sep '16 11:51:49 PM SallyShears
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** Captain Braxton's defining line "A leads to B, and B leads to C" will never sound the same again in a post-[[Film/TheHumanCentipede Human Cendipede]] world. Made worse/funnier by the fact that Braxton is, in a way, a mad scientist.
22nd Sep '16 1:04:13 PM Riley1sCool
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Seven of Nine was originally brought in, per WordOfGod, just to be a "[[MsFanservice Borg Babe]]", but due to audience response, she was given a significant amount of CharacterDevelopment and was also pretty {{Badass}}.



** Seven of Nine, for the usual DieForOurShip reasons, being MsFanservice, bitterness from Kes fans, and the accusation of being the CreatorsPet (brought up by Chakotay's actor in an angry interview, no less).
24th Aug '16 5:33:18 PM phoenixrider
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** The fact that the Ocampa can only procreate once in their lives has led to the assumption that they normally produce litters (as otherwise every single one would have to become pregnant in every generation to maintain ''zero'' population growth).

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** The fact that the Ocampa can only procreate once in their lives has led to the assumption that they normally produce litters (as otherwise every single one - including males somehow - would have to become pregnant in every generation to maintain ''zero'' population growth).
24th Aug '16 5:26:02 PM phoenixrider
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*** Chakotay is revealed in "Shattered" to have a hidden supply of Cider in one of the cargo bays for the last 7 years. No wonder he comes across as being wooden, spouts nonsensical mysticism at the strangest times, has questionable command abilities, and for the life of him ''can't'' land a shuttle without crashing it into something! Its entirely plausible that he's been secretly drunk for the entire trip. Although to be fair, if you were in Voyager's position- trapped on the opposite side of the galaxy, forced to work with the people who you were fighting against, knowing that your cause back assuming your people are being wiped out by the Cardassians, decades from resupply, knowing you'd never see home again, the imminent threat of cyborg zombies hanging over your head and with a very questionable person in charge- would you honestly be able to handle it without either going nuts or getting drunk?

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*** Chakotay is revealed in "Shattered" to have a hidden supply of Cider in one of the cargo bays for the last 7 years. No wonder he comes across as being wooden, spouts nonsensical mysticism at the strangest times, has questionable command abilities, and for the life of him ''can't'' land a shuttle without crashing it into something! Its entirely plausible that he's been secretly drunk for the entire trip. Although to be fair, if you were in Voyager's position- trapped on the opposite side of the galaxy, forced to work with the people who you were fighting against, knowing that your cause back assuming your people back home are being wiped out by the Cardassians, decades from resupply, knowing you'd never see home again, the imminent threat of cyborg zombies hanging over your head and with a very questionable person in charge- would you honestly be able to handle it without either going nuts or getting drunk?
24th Aug '16 5:25:10 PM phoenixrider
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*** Chakotay is revealed in "Shattered" to have a hidden supply of Cider in one of the cargo bays for the last 7 years. No wonder he comes across as being wooden, spouts nonsensical mysticism at the strangest times, has questionable command abilities, and for the life of him ''can't'' land a shuttle without crashing it into something! Its entirely plausible that he's been secretly drunk for the entire trip. Although to be fair, if you were in Voyager's position- trapped on the opposite side of the galaxy, forced to work with the people who you were fighting against, knowing that your cause back home was wiped out by the Dominion, decades from resupply, knowing you'd never see home again, and the imminent threat of cyborg zombies hanging over your head- would you honestly be able to handle it without either going nuts or getting drunk?

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*** Chakotay is revealed in "Shattered" to have a hidden supply of Cider in one of the cargo bays for the last 7 years. No wonder he comes across as being wooden, spouts nonsensical mysticism at the strangest times, has questionable command abilities, and for the life of him ''can't'' land a shuttle without crashing it into something! Its entirely plausible that he's been secretly drunk for the entire trip. Although to be fair, if you were in Voyager's position- trapped on the opposite side of the galaxy, forced to work with the people who you were fighting against, knowing that your cause back home was assuming your people are being wiped out by the Dominion, Cardassians, decades from resupply, knowing you'd never see home again, and the imminent threat of cyborg zombies hanging over your head- head and with a very questionable person in charge- would you honestly be able to handle it without either going nuts or getting drunk?
24th Aug '16 4:59:55 PM Pren
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** "The Swarm" ends with the Doctor having to be rebooted with a reinforced system after all the forming of his own personality is causing his program to break down. This appears to have erased all the character development he'd gone through, but then he starts singing opera as he gets back to work. Robert Picardo was quite disappointed that he was completely back to normal by the next episode, rather than getting a whole arc about regaining his personality.
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