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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the ruling Rigorians know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored in the episode.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the ruling Rigorians know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored in the episode.episode, and the vehemence with which the First Prefect defends this system seemingly demonstrates that they ''do'' wholeheartedly believe in it.


* IdiotPlot: There's a perfect solution in front of the crew the whole time, by just pointing out that being from different planets means their constellations are different.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored in the episode.

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* IdiotPlot: There's a perfect solution in front of the crew the whole time, by just pointing out that being from different planets means their constellations are different.
different. However, if the Rigorians were this superstitious, it might not work.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans ruling Rigorians know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored in the episode.


* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Children born under the sign of Wasanda are said to be future leaders of Regorian society. It doesn't take much of a leap of logic to suggest that the Prefect might be a Wasanda himself. It then follows that the whole thing is simply a stratified FantasticCasteSystem whose leadership class are personally invested in maintaining the status quo beyond the mere {{scapegoat}}ing of Giliacs, whether or not they actually believe the astrological nonsense they're spouting.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Children born under the sign of Wasanda are said to be future leaders of Regorian society. It doesn't take much of a leap of logic to suggest that the Prefect might be a Wasanda himself. It then follows that the whole thing is simply a stratified FantasticCasteSystem whose leadership class are personally invested in maintaining the status quo beyond the mere {{scapegoat}}ing of Giliacs, [[StrawHypocrite whether or not they actually believe the astrological nonsense they're spouting.spouting]].


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored on the episode.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored on in the episode.


* TheyWastedAperfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored on the episode.

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* TheyWastedAperfectlyGoodPlot: TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored on the episode.

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* TheyWastedAperfectlyGoodPlot: As mentioned above, some people have [=WMG=]ed that the Rigorans know their astrology system isn't real and simply use it to enforce a caste system. Alas, this concept is never explored on the episode.


* IdiotPlot: There's a perfect solution in front of the crew the whole time, by just pointing out that being from different planets means their constellations are different.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Children born under the sign of Wasanda are said to be future leaders of Regorian society. It doesn't take much of a leap of logic to suggest that the Prefect might be a Wasanda himself. It then follows that the whole thing is simply a stratified FantasticCasteSystem whose leadership class are personally invested in maintaining the status quo beyond the mere {{scapegoat}}ing of Giliacs, whether or not they actually believe the astrological nonsense they're spouting.
* IdiotPlot: There's a perfect solution in front of the crew the whole time, by just pointing out that being from different planets means their constellations are different.different.
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* IdiotPlot: There's a perfect solution in front of the crew the whole time, by just pointing out that being from different planets means their constellations are different.

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